MLT


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

MLT

(MultiLink Trunking) See 802.3ad.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
8226; Timothy Downey; named a Top Doctor by MLT in 2013, 2016 and 2017
All survey participants were MLT alumni; some completed multiple programs.
The Trade Register also highlights that political risks - and associated sanctions - can have significant effects on default rates for MLT products.
X obtained a permit for the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs and signed an MLT agreement with B, a Mexican bank.
This fundamental approach to clinical care delivery in the BWH DOM, put forth by residency core leaders and strongly echoed by its physician trainees, provides strong insight into the rationale for the development of the MLT.
Serum levels of MLT were evaluated in 29 patients with RA and in 25 healthy control subjects in the division of Rheumatology of Ataturk University.
A two-factor repeated measures analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used with task (without MLT, with MLT) and joints (3R60, SNS, C-Leg) as fixed factors and subjects as a random factor.
Both control as well as MLT treated fish was gently netted out the aquarium and five fishes from each experimental group was anesthetized by putting them in water containing 100 mg tricaine-methane-sulfonate (MS-222, Sigma Chemical Co.
MLT was faced with the difficult task to develop a machine that fulfilled the needs of the tea industry that weren't being met.
The MLT 625 telescopic handler is loaded with performance features that are both powerful and efficient.
The purpose of this study was to determine if there were differences in an online MLT program outcome as compared to their campus counterparts.
Unique to this study guide is the differentiation of questions appropriate for both MLT and MT levels.