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mfr

abbreviation for
1. manufacture
2. manufacturer

mfr.

1. manufacture.
2.
pl. mfrs. manufacturer.
Translations

mfr

mfrs ABBR =manufacturer(s)fab
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Yet the change in MW associated with a 20% MFR increase is quite small.
Raj Mody, an actuarian at pensions specialists Bacon & Woodrow, said: 'The MFR has become something of a broken measure.
The purchase of MFR signifies PDC's growth as an international corporation and establishes its first-ever European headquarters.
This illustrates the usefulness of the MFR test in providing a relative measurement of the average MW of a polymer.
Included in its remit is the MFR and how to encourage pension funds to take more risks and invest in venture capital.
The Addonics MFR DVD+/-R/RW can be used as a stand alone storage appliance (no computer is required) to do following:
The actual MFR value provided by the test is expressed in grams/10 minutes and is governed by the test conditions and the composition of the material being tested.
With the Addonics MFR users have a single device that can read/write to all popular flash media as well as convert flash media with one touch recording to less expensive CDRW format.
I have written extensively on the relative relationship between MFR and average molecular weight.
Although the proposals represent a step towards ensuring the MFR is constructed in a more economically rational way, we believe that, if implemented, they would push pension funds towards a greater allocation of bond investment," says Bob Collie, Director of Consulting at Russell.
When using MFR, some cite an allowable increase of 30%, others use 40%, and a few even opt for changes as small as 20-25%.
To view a diagram demonstrating the MFR and IMA network configuration, go to http://www.