LOS

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LOSLevel Of Service
LOSLine(s) of Supply
LOSLaw Of the Sea
LOSLine Of Sight (0-30 Miles)
LOSLength of Stay
LOSLoss Of Signal
LOSLucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)
LOSLetter of Support (various organizations)
LOSLoan Origination System
LOSLength of Service
LOSLeftover Salmon (band)
LOSLinux Operating System
LOSLine Of Scrimmage (American football)
LOSLand of Smiles (Thailand)
LOSLoss of Selectivity
LOSLoan Origination Software (various organizations)
LOSLocal Oscillator Signal
LOSLegion of Superheroes (comic)
LOSLine of Sight
LOSLindows Operating System
LOSLight of Sight
LOSLipooligosaccharide
LOSLiving Oceans Society (Canada)
LOSLeague of the South
LOSLoss Of Synchronization
LOSLarge offspring syndrome (cloning)
LOSLine of Symmetry
LOSLimits of Stability
LOSLimit of Sensitivity
LOSLube Oil System
LOSLibrary Outreach Service
LOSLogical Services
LOSLease Operating Statement (various companies)
LOSLine Out of Service (ITU-T)
LOSLive Oak Society
LOSLegion of Steel (gaming guild)
LOSLoan Operating System
LOSLift-Off Simulator
LOSLetter of Supply
LOSLines of Sponsorship (MLM)
LOSLine Operational Simulation
LOSLine-Oriented Simulation
LOSLandelijk Oefenstof Systeem (Dutch)
LOSLate-Old Structure (forestry)
LOSLocal Operating Station
LOSLauncher Operation Station
LOSLock Off Stop
LOSLead Out Subassembly
LOSNorwegian Centre for Research in Organization and Management
LOSLogistic Operation Streamline
LOSLogistics Outfitting System (US Navy)
LOSLagos, Nigeria - Murtala Muhammad (Airport Code)
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Standardized force platform (FP) measures on this system include limits of stability (LOS) test, sensory organization test (SOT), and motor control test (MCT), which assess voluntary postural control, sensory integration, and reactive postural control, respectively.
Limits of stability excursion was significantly reduced in the 71 to 80-year-old age group as compared to the 41-60 and 61-70-year-old age groups.
Table-II: Numbers of injured and uninjured players with good and poor Limits of Stability (LOS) by direction Pre-test and Post-test and Odds Ratios (OR).
Limits of Stability (LOS): The LOS is an indicator of dynamic stability in the standing individual.
In this study, the limits of stability assessment was completed twice, in succession, during the pre- and postevaluations, and a single assessment of the 8 body weight shifts were performed at the interim evaluations due to time constraints.
Six subjects showed abnormal responses to limits of stability assessment.
In contrast to this approach, when I tackled this problem, I used neither calculation for the limits of stability of the electron shells in atoms, nor experiments on synthesis of new elements, but absolutely another theoretical approach which allowed me for formulation of a new law in the Periodic Table and, as a result, the upper limit in it.
An individual's limits of stability are influenced by their mass, base of support, and center of mass (position and velocity) (23, 39, 43).
[25] The limits of stability around normal adults standing with the feet comfortably apart form an ellipse with an anteroposterior dimension of about 12.58 and a lateral dimension of about 168.
Newton, "Validity of the multi-directional reach test: a practical measure for limits of stability in older adults," Journals of Gerontology--Series: A Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, vol.
Trainings consisted of two limits of stability, three weight shiftings with visualexternal biofeedback practices, and one standing practice with covered biofeedback.