ASMFAcademy of St Martin in the Fields
ASMFActive Substance Master File (European Drug Master File procedure)
ASMFAustralian Sports Medicine Federation
ASMFAssociation Sportive Motocycliste de France
ASMFArmy Strategic Ground Maneuver Force (US Army)
ASMFAutonomic Service Management Framework
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VR evidences the proportion in which the actual returns exceed VaR, whereas ASMF aims to measure the magnitude of VaR exceedance.
However, real temperature at outlet from ASMF is significantly higher.
It is evident that for getting high level of the metal oxidation at the outlet it is necessary to increase flow of oxygen injected into ASMF for oxidation of steel impurities (in addition to oxygen necessary for combustion of fuel).
High degree of the metal oxidation at outlet was registered in those cases, when flow of oxygen, injected into ASMF, exceeded the one necessary according to stoichiometry of fuel combustion reactions.
Bell has presided over an acclaimed ASMF tour of the United States as music director - the first so designated since Sir Neville Marriner formed the orchestra in 1958 - of this chamber music-style ensemble, and returns now to preside over an extensive exploration of the music of Beethoven in both this country and in Europe.
Somewhat more surprising was a performance of Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony directed from the violin, especially as the ASMF makes no claim to be a period band.
This really needed Curtis to conduct in order to wring out the music's suppressed emotion, but there was effective empathy between the ASMF and soloist Sarah Williamson, her tones appropriately autumnal, despite distracting body language.
The ASMF Chorus gave light and meaning to Mozart's counterpoint (the semiquaver runs in the Kyrie were thrillingly precise) and produced some wonderful tonal contrasts, from the powerful outbursts of Rex tremendae to the heart-wrenching Agnus Dei.
The ASMF Chorus sang lightly, persuasively, with two well-chosen soloists; orchestral horns brought all the nocturnal magic of Mendelssohn's scene-painting, and the Wedding March was unsentimentally brisk and muscular.