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MLF

ISO 4217 code for the Malian franc. It was issued in 1962, replacing the West African CFA franc at a one-to-one ratio. The Malian franc was a weak currency. In 1984, Mali adopted the CFA franc again at a ratio of two Malian francs to one West African CFA franc.
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It involves the fasciculus as it passes through the pyramidal tract and is most frequently caused by vascular diseases, tumours or demyelination.
situated about halfway down the declivity of the sloping chamber under the right wall' (MacEnery Fasciculus B, reprinted in Pengelly 1869: 281).
The neurons for vertical saccades arise from nuclei in the prerubral fields (top of the brainstem) in front of the red nucleus, in the rostral interstitial nucleus of the medial longitudinal fasciculus (riMLF) (Fig 2).
Abnormalities were seen in the internal capsule, medial temporal lobes, inferior fronto-occipital fasciculus, inferior longitudinal fasciculus, and midbrain and are interpreted to represent injury from chronic blows to the head.
The arcuate fasciculus was smaller in volume, and had a lower fibre count in the tone-deaf individuals.
Burman ed) Plantarum americanarum fasciculus primus-decimus.
When compared with normal controls, children who stutter had reduced white-matter integrity only in the left arcuate fasciculus (a tract that underlies the oral-facial motor regions).
Fasciculus Morum: A Fourteenth-Century-Preacher's Handbook (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989), IV.
A vestibular abnormality becomes apparent only on simultaneous cool stimulation, when there is an asynchronous input from the vestibular labyrinths sufficient to stimulate the medial longitudinal fasciculus to produce nystagmus.
When Doctor in Phisik to James I, in 1621 he was headhunted by Tsar Michael Romanov, and while in Moscow composed his Fasciculus Chemicus, a collection of alchemical material.
This surprising segregation is repeated in several other late medieval structural allegories, notably those to be found in St Birgitta's Liber celestis(94) and in the Latin preacher's handbook, the Fasciculus morum.
We found that a better quality of the arcuate fasciculus anterior -- a white matter tract that connects brain regions often used for arithmetic -- corresponds to better performance in adding and multiplying, while there is no correlation for subtracting and dividing.