Definitions for "Lif"
Keywords:  lira, rrif, rrsp, retire, pension
Life Income Fund. A retirement income fund that is established by the transfer of locked-in funds from a Registered Pension Plan (RPP), Locked-in Retirement Savings Plan (LRSP), Locked-in Retirement Account (LIRA) and in some cases a Locked-in Retirement Income Fund (LRIF).
Life income fund. A type of Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) created for LIRAs (see definition below) to provide retirement income. You make all the investment decisions with an LIF, but you must withdraw with set parameters each year after you reach retirement age. Amounts in an LIF are tax-sheltered until withdrawn.
Life Income Fund. The locked-in life income fund (LIF) is to the locked-in retirement account (LIRA) what the registered retirement income fund (RRIF) is to the registered retirement savings plan (RRSP). The only difference between these two types of contracts is the maximum withdrawal limit imposed on locked-in plans. Like the RRIF, the locked-in LIF requires a minimum withdrawal, but it also imposes a maximum withdrawal per year. Certain provincial regulations require that when the annuitant reaches the age of 80, the minimum for the year be paid out of the LIF and the remaining funds used to purchase a life annuity.
Keywords:  nsertion, orce
ow nsertion orce
Association for companies in Denmark, which develop and market pharmaceuticals.
Swedish Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Keywords:  leev, trah, seer, immortal, survival
and Lifthrasir (leev, leev-trah-seer) [life and survival] Immortal principles
Logistics Information File. Receives information from radio frequency (RF) tags and interrogators in support of total asset visibility.
logistics intelligence file
See leukemia inhibitory factor.
Leukaemia inhibiting factor.
Keywords:  socket, extract, pci, minimum, force
Low-Insertion Force. Used to describe sockets which require a minimum amount of force to insert or extract a chip carrier package.
a term used to describe sockets that require only a minimum force to insert or extract an IC.
Light Insertion Force, when installing a peripheral, requires light force to insert the device into it's slot/socket. Installing expansion cards (PCI cards and such) require LIF in order to seat it properly.
Keywords:  cordage, petioles, palm, bound, kinds
The fiber by which the petioles of the date palm are bound together, from which various kinds of cordage are made.
Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence
Location Interoperability Forum
Keywords:  geometry, pixels, field, well, format
A file format for representing a light field. It contains both the geometry information, as well as the pixels.