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Several studies have shown MLE potential in improving crop resistance to drought (Yasmeen et al.
Tahir Mirza, founder and director of MLE Connect, said, "We are delighted to welcome some of the biggest brands, investors and SMEs which is shaping up to be a key ground-breaking event.
The MLE of the reliability function is then computed, at some t, from (4) after replacing the parameters by their MLEs.
This feature allows one to suppose that the CDN is more suitable than the MLE for estimating the parameters of the GEV from small sample sizes.
En la tabla 3 se presentan las estadisticas descriptivas de los parametros estimados de la funcion Weibull por ME, MLE y PE tanto para el ajuste como para la validacion.
The animals of all groups were cervically dislocated on day 10 post- treatment with MLE.
Comparatively better results with MLE might be due to the reason that it is affluent source of zeatin, humic acid, pro-vitamin A, vitamins B, C and E, minerals (particularly iron) and some S-containing amino acids (methionine and cysteine) than rest of treatments (Foidle et al.
His row with the MLE went down amidst the competitive eating world's first big rivalry: Kobayashi vs.
Where MLE differs from previous examples of multicultural language is that it is a genuine hybrid, a form created through extended contact, mixing and intermingling.
The emergence of this dialect, called Multicultural London English, or MLE, by sociolinguists and "Jafaican" by the popular media may offer insights into the accelerating globalization of Britain, the globalization of British English and decreasing social mobility.
The presentation was followed by the Middle East launch of Atopalm products, a skincare line based on the MLE technology and infused with the K6PC5 ingredient.
The main stage is set to feature bands including MLE and Skabucks with groups including the Bromsgrove Astronomical society and Bromsgrove Lions also at the carnival.
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