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BFP

n. slang for bona fide purchaser, which means someone who purchased something (e.g. a bond, a promissory note, or jewelry) with no reason to be suspicious that it was stolen, belonged to someone else, or was subject to another party's claim. The BFP must have paid a full and fair price and have received the item in the normal course of business, otherwise he/she might have some doubts ("wanta buy a watch, cheap?" from a character on a street corner). (See: bona fide purchaser)

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But the first five days of March 2018 saw an astounding 172 fires reported by the BFP in Metro Manila alone.
Kwan Tiu admitted that corruption in the organization is happening not only in the region but also nationwide and that they are doing a series of activities to determine those personnel who are engaged in corrupt practices, which, he said, are destroying the image of the BFP.
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After incision of the periosteum, fine, mosquito forceps were gently introduced into the buccal space to expose the BFP.
Blunt dissection was carried out and BFP was mobilized and carefully extended to recipient site (Figure 2).
Several inspections and activities were conducted and are continuously conducted there, including the area where the incident transpired," the BFP added.
For more information and registration please visit BFP online at www.