AFORS

AcronymDefinition
AFORSAircraft for Sale (online community; UK)
AFORSAir Force Operations Research Symposium
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aFORs are from Cox proportional odds models adjusted for female age, difference between partners' age, both partners' creatinine, BMI (25 [less than or equal to] BMI < 30, 30 [less than or equal to] BMI < 35, and [greater than or equal to] 35 kg/[m.sup.2] compared with BMI < 25 kg/[m.sup.2]), smoking status (cotinine dichotomized at a threshold of 10 ng/mL), race/ ethnicity (dichotomized, nonwhite vs.
Females in the 4th quartile ([greater than or equal to] 104 ng/mL) of MP concentrations had a 28% reduction in fecundity that increased to a 34% reduction in adjusted models (FOR = 0.72; 95% CI: 0.51, 1.03, and aFOR = 0.66; 95% CI: 0.45, 0.97, respectively) when compared with women in the 1st quartile (< 12 ng/mL).
Above: Alana Burton, Helen Attenborough, Nataly Matic, Tom Oakley, Kate Hammar, Amanda Holl-Allen, Sarah Gollance, Karolina Afors. Pictures/ SIMON LIVINGSTONE
Bouygues and the French association of telecommunications network and services operators (AFORS) maintain that the government's statements from July to October 2002 gave France Telecom an advantage that distorted competition and that they must be considered individually or collectively as unlawful state aid.
The measures include personnel reductions at Orrefors Kosta Boda's operations in Orrefors, Kosta, Boda and Afors in Sweden, as well as other cost cuts and structural measures.
Meanwhile, rivals Bouygues Telecom and the telecom operators group AFORS Telecom each filed a complaint in November 2004, claiming the Commission was wrong not to punish France Telecom for paying a cut-price rate for 3G licences.