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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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STATUS OF THE MLF: A shift in leveraging plans for the MLF as well as any further changes in Commonwealth transportation funding policy that affect the revenue performance of or available balances in the fund could affect the rating.
While addition of pyruvic acid did not significantly impact color, addition of acetaldehyde reduced the amount of color difference between the control wine and MLF wines (see graphs on page 60).
But Serag and Ragrag also point out that while MLF teaches, it also tries to learn from its students.
Eight main tracts were observed: the MLF, TPOC, DVDT, DTmesV, TPC, MTT, SOT, and THC as well as three commissures: the PC, VC, and AC (Figure 4(c)).
Current MLF designs vary in shape and size and offer an assortment of unique pad shapes, surface finishes and dimensions.
The rating on the bonds is based on provisions in Act 44 of 2007 (the act) that direct the state treasurer to draw upon certain funds in the Commonwealth's MLF in the event that debt service deposits expected to be made by the commission are insufficient.
Recently, an MLF delegation visited Chitral to review Maureen's ongoing projects in the Kalash Valleys.
The central bank said, 'The MLF is a frequently employed monetary instrument, and financial institutions can indicate their demand for any maturities at any time.
The known complex nutritional requirements of wine lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and the use of tools to facilitate the onset and progress of the MLF when nutrient availability is limiting were discussed in Part I of this report.
They said that if MLF would be replaced they would continue their agitation with all other political parties to stop such a decision which was not acceptable to their people.