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LF

LF

(1) See line feed.

(2) (Low Frequency) A range of radio frequencies from 30 to 300,000 Hz. The LF band is used for atomic clock time signals, amateur radio in various parts of the world, submarine communications, ground-based navigation and other radio-based systems.

With regard to audio, low-frequency waves are typically under 800 Hz. See frequency bands, high frequency, VHF, UHF and spectrum.
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Moreover, the increase of LFS unemployment levels in 2010 (19.
The concern for families with LFS is that this phenomenon compounds with subsequent generations: offspring of patients with LFS have shortened telomeres at an earlier age and will develop cancer at an earlier age than prior generations.
They were treated with vehicle (deionized water), Bifendate Pills (100mg/kg once daily), APS (450 mg/kg once daily), LFS (135 mg/kg once daily), LFS (15 mg/kg) + APS (50 mg/kg), LFS (45 mg/kg) + APS (150 mg/kg), LFS (135 mg/kg) +APS (450 mg/kg) (once daily), for 3 months respectively.
En otra jaula, como control, se liberaron 20 parejas de moscas LFS y 20 parejas CFS.
In addition to the overall increase in production costs, the cost of lead-free solder is significantly more than legacy tin-lead solder, especially for a LFS alloy that contains silver or indium.
Sin embargo, no todo es cuantos modelos tenemos a nuestra disposicion, tambien hay que considerar que en el LFS podremos personalizar nuestros coches hasta hacerlos exactamente como queremos, una delicia para los fans del "Tuning".
The four available kits include the LFS 331 for Dodge gasoline truck uses from 1991 to 1999 with a flow rate of 9 gpm.
The greatest correlation involves LFS with both INS and RSZ.
The link between work at home and reliance on ICTs (so-called telework) appears to be quite strong especially amongst those working at home on a partial basis, but comparisons with the workforce as a whole cannot be made because the LFS does not ask them the same questions.
For these reasons, the observed differences must be attributed to non-sampling errors in either the HIES or the LFS, and in view of the persistent pattern of the "agriculture deviation", it is tempting to speculate that at least one of both is based on a non-random sample design.