MFL

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AcronymDefinition
MFLMagnetic Flux Leakage
MFLModern Foreign Language
MFLMy Fair Lady (play and movie)
MFLMidwest Fight League
MFLMedium Flood (stage lighting)
MFLMinimum Flows and Levels (ground water)
MFLMyfantasyleague.com (fantasy football management)
MFLManitoba Federation of Labour
MFLMaximum Foreseeable Loss (insurance, especially property)
MFLMagazines for Libraries (Serials Solutions)
MFLMyfunlife
MFLMarket Frankford Line (Philadelphia subway)
MFLManaged Forest Land
MFLMy Forever Love
MFLMarudai Food Co., Ltd. (Japan)
MFLMiami-Ft. Lauderdale (Florida)
MFLMovimento Fascismo e Libertà (Italian neo-fascist party)
MFLMovimento Fascismo e Libertà
MFLMicrosystems Fabrication Laboratory (US NASA)
MFLMulti-Family Lending (Washington Mutual)
MFLMale Flare (air conditioning fittings and adapters)
MFLManpower Forecasting and Leveling (project management)
MFLMuch Family Love
MFLMadden Football League (gaming)
MFLMaintenance Fault List
MFLMaster Force List (JDS)
MFLMinimum Frame Length
MFLMarine Forces Atlantic (formerly MARFORLANT)
MFLMine for Life
MFLMultiple-Folded Laser
MFLMajor Force List (JOPS)
MFLMagnetic Force Line
MFLMaintain Flight Level
MFLMissile Fault Locator (Titan II system)
MFLMain Frame Linux (Linux image executing on an IBM Enterprise Server Mainframe)
MFLMaggot for Life
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The Private Managed Forest Land Program was established in 2003 with the introduction of the Private Managed Forest Land Act.
The ministry will also meet directly with and accept written submissions from landowners, local government, First Nations and organizations and community groups that are directly impacted by activities on private managed forest land. Of the 4.6 million hectares of private land in B.C., about 818,000 hectares primarily located on southern Vancouver Island and the Kootenays are managed as part of the Private Managed Forest Land Program and regulated under the Private Managed Forest Land Act and regulations.
Because of the unique history of the O&C lands, the 18 counties are entitled to a larger share of the money from federal timber sales than is provided by the revenue- sharing formula that applies to most federally managed forest lands. Of those 18 counties, Lane has the third-largest acreage of O&C lands.
County officials were still hopeful that Congress would extend the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000, which provided Oregon timber counties with more than $220 million in annual payments in lieu of taxes on federally managed forest lands.
On managed forest lands, not all trees are managed for rapid growth, harvested efficiently, converted into longlived products, or rapidly replaced with thrifty, fast-growing forests.
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