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DILFDiplôme Initial de Langue Française (French: Initial Diploma in French Language)
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More lateral and inferior with respect to the middle longitudinal fasciculus, cuneal terminations of the dILF can support the onset with the visual aura reported in few medial lesions [9, 20, 23, 24].
For instance, face hallucinations and illusions characterized by distorted facial features (prosopometamorphopsia) are likely to relate to a region specialized for face features on the lateral convexity of the occipital lobe (occipital face area, subserved by the dILF) while hallucinations of normal faces or facial intermetamorphosis (a change in the visually perceived identity of a face) are likely to relate to activity within an area specialized for faces on the ventral occipitotemporal surface (fusiform face area, subserved by the vILF) [55].
The current level is a natural development of the level in the fourth quarter of 2009, which, at 48.4 points, indicated a forthcoming recovery, DILF said.
DILF is an association of purchasing and logistics professionals with a network of more than 3,000 members countrywide.
The current trend indicates that there are prospects for a coming stabilisation of the industrial activity and renewed growth in 2010, DILF said.
The primary reason for the decrease is the employment rate," DILF said.
3 August 2009 - Denmark's seasonally adjusted purchasing managers index (PMI) gained 4.6 points to 47.8 points between June and July 2009, remaining below the neutral level for 13 months in a row, the Danish Purchasing and Logistics Forum (DILF) said today.
The Danish purchase and logistics lobby Dilf reportedly said on Monday (2 August) that Denmark's purchasing managers index (PMI) had increased to 58.1 in July 2004 from a revised 52.8 in June 2004.
The three most important sub indices - new orders, production and employment - all rose from June to July," Dilf reportedly said.
The Danish purchase and logistics lobby Dilf reportedly said on Thursday (1 July) that Denmark's purchasing managers index (PMI) had decreased to a five-month low of 52.5 in June 2004 from a revised 59.4 in May 2004.
The Danish purchasing managers' index (PMI) went up from 53.6% in March to 58.4% in April - its highest level since June 2001 and the fourth consecutive month it rose, according to the Danish purchase and logistics lobby DILF.