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mmf

abbr.
magnetomotive force

mmf

abbreviation for
(General Physics) magnetomotive force
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Assets in Yu'E Bao carry a minimum rating of 'AA+' on a national scale assigned by local rating agencies, while JPM USG MMF is invested in 'AAA' rated US government and agency securities and repos backed by such securities.
The MMF project was initiated by the European Defence Agency (EDA) in 2011.
The MMF also has personal collections of twentieth century composers, conductors, and performers such as Thor Johnson, Charles Fussell, Margaret V.
In contrast to cyclosporine and tacrolimus, the serum concentration of MMF has not been measured.
Yesterday, the watchdog Financial Conduct Authority announced that MMF will be paying compensation to 2,000 customers for "historic failures in its due diligence and collections process".
MMF and transosseous wiring were the popular methods used for the treatment of mandibular fractures13.
In each case, MMF was the bridesmaid and never the bride.
Saud claimed the textile industry had been requesting the government to impose 15% Regulatory Duty on the import of all MMF yarns.
He said the surge in the import of MMF yarns had become a matter of serious concern for domestic industry and posing a serious threat to survival of about two million spindles with over three million direct and indirect workforce attached with this industry both upstream and downstream.
23] reported high sugar content in MMF, which probably competes for the limited free water due to the presence of hydrophilic sites, thereby increasing the thickness.
The second type will be the "retail" MMF, in which only "natural persons" may invest.
MMF was first reported in seventeenth century and is most commonly used in the management of mandibular fractures.