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WLFWide Bandwidth for Low Pass Filter
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WLFWorld Lung Foundation (New York, NY)
WLFWaist Level Finder (camera viewfinder type)
WLFWisconsin Law Foundation (est. 1951)
WLFWe Love Fine (clothing retailer)
WLFViva La Figa (MotoGP motorcycle races)
WLFWilliams-Landel-Ferry (polymer science equation)
WLFWatch List Filtering (software)
WLFWorld Leaders Forum (various organizations)
WLFWorld Lighting Fair (Japan)
WLFWomen's Leadership Fund
WLFWorkload Factor
WLFWood Light Frame (Construction Style)
WLFWomen's Legal Forum
WLFWhiskas Liberation Front
WLFWestern Louiseville Fiberboard, Inc. (Canada)
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It is well known that the WLF (Williams-Landel-Ferry) equation is applicable to a wide range of experimental data in glassy polymer materials [[1]a--c].
He said that WLF would stand shoulder by shoulder with QWP leadership for the betterment of Pakhtuns social, welfare and political rights on every forum.
The suit has been filed in respect of an ANDA that WLF filed with the US FDA with the intention of marketing generic versions of RAYOS containing 1mg, 2mg and 5mg of prednisone.
The WLF said that on average, smokers see images on tobacco packs 15 times a day, adding up to almost 5,500 times a year which makes pictures "a highly effective channel to inform smokers about the dangers of tobacco".
"This is an exciting time for our company as we branch out to the western marketplace," said Ed Garrett, WLF president and CEO.
However, a court may consider such a restriction to be permissible since the sole focus of WLF was the dissemination of information regarding the off-label prescription uses of FDA-approved drug products to licensed healthcare professionals, which is different from disseminating the information to the general public.
At the heart of the matter is what the WLF, New York, California and Connecticut contend is a conflict of interest: that corporate insurance buyers pay brokers to find them the best coverage at the best price, but those same brokers receive payments from insurers fox steering business their way and for keeping claims costs down.
Punitive damage awards of such magnitude violate a defendant's due process rights, WLF argued, adding that simply because a defendant is wealthy is no reason to increase the size of a punitive damages award.
The WLF has argued that mandatory IOLTA programs do deprive clients of the interest their money earns while in the trust of a lawyer without just compensation.
On the right, the Washington Legal Foundation, a public-interest law firm, has characterized the EPA's behavior as "bludgeoning" and "blackmail"; according to a WLF report, states with audit-privilege laws haven't reported a decrease in environmental enforcement activity or in the environmental quality due to such laws, though they are now getting more environmental results for less money.