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fasciculus

[fə′sik·yə·ləs]
(anatomy)
A bundle or tract of nerve, muscle, or tendon fibers isolated by a sheath of connective tissues and having common origins, innervation, and functions.
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MLF: What are the keys to success for CFOs in supporting and enabling innovation?
The lower color in the MLF wines corresponded with decreased polymeric pigment and higher concentrations of the more unstable monomeric anthocyanins.
MLF trainees also learn that the plants cannot be left alone until harvest time to fight off pests and disease.
Interestingly, until stage 23, the MLF was still the only prominent tract in the S.
"The new MLF 5088 demonstrates that high output is not opposed to best safety standards.
On a much broader level, the CBUAE has stated that the MLF will support the development of 'long-term capital markets', indicating that longer-dated assets will likely be eligible under the facility.
The MLF is the latest addition to the pounds 125m Finance for Business North East Fund (FBNEF) which was launched in January 2010.
"This lack of money is stopping businesses from growing and is stopping some businesses from starting in the first place "With the jobs cuts in the public sector starting to impact on the region this could be a vital lifeline for people being made redundant from the public sector to start new businesses." The MLF is the latest addition to the pounds 125m Finance for Business North East Fund (FBNEF) which was launched in January 2010.
Lamonde fait toutefois remonter l'histoire du MLF a la publication du premier tome du Rapport Parent, en 1961.
MLF: Siempre he pensado en la teoria, la practica y la investigacion como una unidad (2).
A MLF: Jo and I have collaborated on three other cookbooks.
A year ago MLF was persuaded to change coaches and, with a move to Tony Lester at Eton, a change of training method, too.