FMGSFlight Management and Guidance System (avionics; part of Flight Management Computer, FMC)
FMGSFamous Modern Ghost Stories (collection)
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The Lactobacillus casei microorganism grows equally well on folate monoglutamates (FMGs), folate diglutamates (FDGs), and folate diglutamates, and immunoassays show limited variability with glutamyl chain length.
It is interesting to note the disproportionate number of FMGs with listed publications when compared with those from US graduates, and also the relative number of applicants to the pathology program that are FMGs.
The authority to issue a waiver of the foreign residence requirement to a FMG based on the request of a state public health department currently applies to J-visa holders.
(31-35) Hence, we expect that physicians with complex patients are less likely to leave FMGs.
to request waivers on behalf of FMGs under a temporary program, known as
Similarly, foreign medical graduates (FMGs) do not appear to be less efficient practitioners.
The various FMGS interfaces and autoflight functions provide pilots with a high degree of flexibility in terms of selecting and combining levels and modes of automation in response to different task and situational requirements.
Ontario is a clear illustration of the resulting policies to restrict entry as "[it] sought to reduce the licensure of FMGs [foreign-medical graduates] from a baseline figure of 323 in 1985 to 24 per year after 1989.
Foreign medical graduates (FMGs) may enter the United States on J-1 nonimmigrant visas in order to receive graduate medical education and training.