LGFS

AcronymDefinition
LGFSLocal Government Finance Statistics (UK)
LGFSLocal Government Finance System
LGFSLa Guitare Finger Style (French online guitar forum)
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Interest has increased in locally grown food (LGF), but the product definition has remained, understandably, rather vague.
Therefore, on basis of combining fuzzy theory and fractal theory, Kamijo and Yamanouchi proposed fuzzy fractal theory [22], and introduced the local fuzzy fractal dimension (LFFD) and local degree of fractality (LGF) to describe the fuzzy fractal structure hidden in a dynamic system in the form of self-similarity.
Libyan Government Forces' (LGF) continuous aggression against the Tunisian
Oles says that LGFs, which typically begin as 10- to 12-mm-long fibers, can be as little as 4 mm in length by the time they are injected in a mold, owing to the effects of material-handling systems, plasticizing, nozzle size, and shear.
In contrast to this, LGFS exhibits alternation of more myxoid zones with more collagenous zones with arcade vessels, and occasionally giant collagen rosettes.
The new state health care agencies (Landesgesundheitsfonds, LGFs), implement guidelines of the Bundesagentur in these policy areas at the state level.
El procesamiento y analisis GPS se realizo en el Laboratorio de Geodesia Fisica y Satelital (LGFS) con el software Bernese (Beutler et al., 2000).
The lateral giant fibers (LGFs) are excited only by mechanical stimuli to the tail and posterior end of the animal.
There's also the fact that the government entities bought the securities through an intermediary, LGFS, which was also found to have engaged in various breaches of proper fiduciary conduct.
La empresa inglesa GETECH fue contratarla para efectuar el procesamiento de la data satelital altimetrica para el area descrita mas adelante, y posteriormente en el LGFS se efectuo un procesamiento totalmente independiente de la misma data (Hoyer et al., 2002).