MLFA

AcronymDefinition
MLFAMerrill Lynch Financial Advisor
MLFAMinor League Football Association (Sioux Falls, SD)
MLFAMuslim Legal Fund of America
MLFAMinor League Football Alliance
MLFAFireman Apprentice, Molder Striker (Naval Rating)
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De la impresion obtenida desde el baropodoscopio, y mediante analisis en software AreaCalc (Elvira et al., 2008), se calculo el Indice del Arco de Cavanagh y Rodgers (AI) (Cavanagh & Rodgers, 1986), que determina la tipologia de MLFA (cavo, plano o normal).
La Tabla IV muestra los resultados obtenidos del analisis del MLFA. La distribucion del tipo de pie fue desigual en ambos grupos.
(2015) estudiaron a sujetos divididos segun patron de apoyo plantar, quienes corrieron a 3,0 m*[s.sup.-1] en condiciones de calzado y descalzo, encontrando que los sujetos que habitualmente se mueven descalzos tienen menor area de superficie de apoyo en la zona medial del mediopie lo cual indica un MLFA de tipologia cava, resultado que coincide con los cambios descritos en la distribucion de tipologia de pie, en donde los sujetos que corrieron descalzos tuvieron tendencia a modificar su arco plantar hacia un tipo cavo, en Post 20 min Run y Post 8 week Training.
MLFA, founded by Robert Glovsky, Cary Geller and the law firm of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo PC, serves high-net-worth individuals within a range of USD1m to USD30m and manages some USD1.1bn of client assets in total.Glovsky, who will serve as vice chairman of the combined firm, said that as part of Colony, MLFA will improve its client service model with increased capabilities and resources.
MLFA will operate under the Colony name after completion of the deal.
Second, an exploratory factor analysis (EFA) using the MLFA procedure was computed, and the resulting factor item loadings were examined for interpretability.
Further, as a by-product of the use of MLFA, it is possible to compute a test for the statistical significance of the number of factors extracted.