MFD

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AcronymDefinition
MFDManufactured
MFDMulti-Function Display
MFDMlada Fronta Dnes (Czech Republic newspaper)
MFDMinistry of Finance and Development
MFDMilk-Fat Depression (cows)
MFDMulti File Description
MFDMatched Filter Detector
MFDMulti Function Device
MFDMicro Floppy Disc
MFDMultiple Master Font Metrics Directory File
MFDMedia Floppy Disc
MFDMulti Function Display
MFDMedia for Development
MFDMyofascial Decompression (cupping)
MFDMimetic Finite Difference
MFDMobiles Fernsehen Deutschland (German: Mobile Television Germany)
MFDMicrofarad
MFDMutual Fund Distribution
MFDMode Field Diameter (fiber optics)
MFDMilwaukee Fire Department (Wisconsin)
MFDMulti-Functional Device
MFDMetropolitan Fire Department (New York, NY)
MFDMy Family Dentist (India)
MFDMaster File Directory
MFDMarine Facilities Division (California State Lands Commission)
MFDManipulator Flight Demonstration
MFDMinimum Fatal Dose
MFDMedia Filter Drain (stormwater treatment)
MFDMarked For Death
MFDMulti Family Dwelling
MFDModern Family Doctor (India)
MFDMicro Floppy Disk
MFDMonetary and Financial Systems Department (IMF)
MFDMauritius Freeport Development (Port Louis, Mauritius)
MFDMechanical Front-wheel Drive (tractors)
MFDMonetary and Financial Systems Department (International Monetary Fund)
MFDMalaysian Federation of the Deaf
MFDModular Function Deployment (product structuring)
MFDMatrix Fraction Description
MFDMillerton Fire Department (various locations)
MFDMy Favorite Downside (band)
MFDMusic for Democracy (New York, NY)
MFDMulti-Stage Flash Distillation (water desalination process)
MFDMiscellany for Deletion (Wikimedia Foundation)
MFDMandibulofacial Dysostosis
MFDMilitary Forwarding Department (UK)
MFDMoroccan Flavoured Dutch
MFDMaster in Fashion Design
MFDMechanical Flow Diagram
MFDMedical Firm Dziednieciba (Riga, Latvia)
MFDMolecular Frequency Discriminator
MFDMulticast Fast Drop (Cisco)
MFDMinimum Focal Distance (camera lenses)
MFDMetal Fabrication Division (sheetmetal stampings)
MFDMansfield, OH, USA (airport code)
MFDMusic Finder Database (Yamaha)
MFDMalfunction Display
MFDMean Fractal Dimension
MFDMilk Food Drinks (dietary category)
MFDMayfield Fire Department (New York State)
MFDMagnetic Frequency Detector
MFDMunicipal Facilities Division
MFDMouth and Foot Disease
MFDMarbletown Fire Department (New York)
MFDMumford Fire Department (Mumford, NY)
MFDManual for Democracy
MFDMercury-Free Dentistry (various locations)
MFDMilitary Facility Deviation
MFDMissoula Fire Department (Montana)
MFDMinority, Female, and Disabled Persons (Montgomery County, MD)
MFDMicrowave Frequency Doubler
MFDMany Fermion Dynamics
MFDMaterial Flow Diagram
MFDMarginal Fluctuation Difference
References in periodicals archive ?
Ali Farahani, DDS, is a general practitioner and an accredited member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (I.A.O.M.T.) an organization for dental, medical and research professionals who practice mercury-free dentistry, and scientific biocompatibility.
``Among those being sought are a dentist for mercury-free dentistry in physiotherapists, a chiropractor, podiatrist and osteopath.
My next stop was Dr Jack Levenson, president of the British Society for Mercury-Free Dentistry, who detected a low- level case of mercury release.
EcoWaste said its position was shared by the International Association of Oral Medicine and Toxiology (IAOMT-Philippines), which is pushing for mercury-free dentistry.
Founding board members of the association include Todd Harrison, partner at Venable, LLP; Joe Sandler, partner of the Sandler Reiff Lamb Rosenstein & Birkenstock, P.C.; and Charles Brown, national counsel for Consumers for Dental Choice, founder and president of the World Alliance for Mercury-Free Dentistry and former attorney general of West Virginia.
The Campaign for Mercury-Free Dentistry promotes mercury-free alternatives to protect the environment, consumers and dental workers from mercury exposure.
The European Environment Bureau and the World Alliance for Mercury-Free Dentistry reacted to the report immediately by calling on the EU institutions to propose a ban on dental amalgam as soon as possible.
The study was conducted in partnership with the International Association of Oral and Medical Toxicologists-Philippines, World Alliance for Mercury-Free Dentistry and Asia Center for Environmental Health.