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ULFUltra Low Frequency (300-3000 Hz; 1,000-100 km)
ULFUltra Low Frequency
ULFUniversal Location Framework
ULFUnited Leukodystrophy Foundation
ULFUniversite de Technologie et de Sciences Appliquees Libano-Francaise (French: Lebanese-French University of Technology and Applied Sciences; Lebanon)
ULFUltra-Low-Floor (tramway)
ULFUltra Large Format
ULFUnsolved Latent File (fingerprints)
ULFUkrainian Legal Foundation
ULFUnknown Life Form
ULFUnit Load Former (machine which loads cases and shrinkwraps them together)
ULFUnified Look and Feel
ULFUn-Lock then Firing (STRPN transition)
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Mohammad Furqan Yousafzai of the ULF was elected the joint secretary by getting 960 votes against 532 votes grabbed by Habibullah Mohmand.
In order to achieve this, the new VLF and ULF antennas would generate radio signals by mechanically moving materials harboring strong electric or magnetic fields, rather than relying on electronic circuits and power amplifiers to create oscillating electric currents.
The ULF data were obtained from the World Data Center (WDC) for Geomagnetism, Kyoto.
Caption: Let the party begin: From left to right Sebastien Cattelan (World Kitesurf Champion) and Ulf Grunewald (GM of Luderitz Nest Hotel) at the Crayfish Bar and Lounge opening held late in August.
He starred for two years with Fram Reykjavik in the Icelandic top flight and earned a move to the Tippeligaen in July, helping Sandnes Ulf avoid relegation earlier this month
Ulf, and Beth's sister, Juni, are free-lance journalists, yet we never read about how they develop their stories.
ScanCo has been owned by Ulf Ljunggren so far and has held 23% of the cosmetics market sales in Sweden, Valora said.
ULF (ultra-low-frequency) is a new technology from HORIBA Scientific that permits measurement of Raman spectra with shifts as low as 5 [cm.sup.-1] relative to the exciting laser line using a single spectrometer, a measurement that was previously impossible.
Sea Monsters and Other Delicacies by The Beastly Boys, pounds 5.99 (Simon and Schuster) WHEN an injured sea monster arrives at the headquarters of the RSPCB (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Beasts) Ulf uncovers a poisonous mystery and a world of beast poaching in which sea beasts are being eaten as delicacies.