BFR


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BFR

(Big Fast Router) A routing switch (or switch router). See layer 3 switch.
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In fact, some of the parts used in the BFR are Ruger parts or copies.
Figure 2 shows two examples in which the BFR oriented as the MBR provides a better approximation of the lake's shape than the BFR oriented as the BFE.
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the acute hormone response to exercise differed between low intensity BFR resistance exercise and traditional high-intensity resistance exercise in college-aged women.
In the present study we obtained crystal structures of SULT1E1 in complex with TBBPA (a BFR) and 3-OH-BDE-47 (a metabolite of a BFR, BDE-47).
The exercise intensity may be too low during BFR walk training to cause muscle hypertrophy in the non- blood flow restricted gluteus maximus and other trunk muscles.
Although further development is required, it is believed that BFR polymer treatment processes could be deployed commercially throughout the UK in as little as two to four years.
Recording of a new endorsement, rating or BFR check ride automatically updates BFR expiration information.
The novelty of BFR appears to be the unique combination of venous blood volume pooling and restricted arterial blood inflow.
Big-bore, big-boomin' fun with the BFR (Biggest, Finest Revolver) is going to be possible for one lucky reader this month.
The BFR looks like the Ruger Super Blackhawk that inspired it except that the frame is stretched to house a cylinder 3" long and just under 1.