VFO


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VFO

The maximum speed for operating flaps. This is not the same as the maximum speed for flying with the flaps down, which is VFE/Vfe.
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Figure 4B and Figure 4C show the changes in surface temperatures, [DELTA]T, when opening the top vent by 8 cm (VO8) or completely (VFO).
2 May 2017 - US-based assistive technology provider for the visually impaired VFO has acquired US-based software accessibility firm The Paciello Group, the company said.
Three examples - Mirfield 166 homes (VFO to Kirklees PS1.4 million); Lindley 30 homes (VFO PS578,000); Golcar 94 homes (VFO PS620,000).
It is notable that both groups exhibit a very similar rate of attrition from VFO arrest to VFO conviction--between 15.4% and 14.5% of both cohorts are arrested at some point for a VFO but only about 4% of both cohorts are ever convicted of a VFO during the 6.5 to 8.5 years under observation in my study.
Through a series of studies on Sn[O.sub.2]-based varistors for decades, it is well known that an excellent Sn[O.sub.2] varistor system consists of three kinds of dopants: resistance reducers (varistor forming oxide, VFO), densifiers, and modifiers, respectively [5].
Una tonica similar se advirtio en La Prensa, donde en gran tipografia se leia: "Gano Fox", en tanto que en su parte superior aparecia el siguiente balazo: "Zedillo ofrece a VFO una entrega transparente y eficaz del gobierno".
Cusi, with officials of the Oil Industry Management Bureau (OIMB) and Visayas Field Office (VFO) met with Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) suppliers operating in the region last June11 in a move to further strengthen its campaign against the proliferation of illegal LPG-refilling activities, particularly LPG-refilled butane canisters.