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MCC

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Cricket) Marylebone Cricket Club
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The purchase of the remaining 20 percent of MCC would be completed by the third quarter of 2018 using the same terms as the first phase, the bank added.
Governments Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Board of Directors selected Timor-Leste for a compact MCCs five-year grant program designed to spur economic growth and reduce poverty and the MCC Board of Directors re-selected Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka is in the receiving country of approximately USD 700 million within a period of 5 years from the MCC to invest in three priority areas - Policy stability, access to land and transport.
Giving details of the success in the first quarter of the financial year, he informed that the MCC had achieved 35 percent growth in collection by getting Rs.
He joins the MCC - Marylebone Cricket Club - to which his former Australia teammates Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath and Ricky Ponting also belong as life members.
The MCC has the authority to seize and confiscate any monitoring and control devices used in breach of provisions of the law.
Fakhoury stressed the government's keenness to sustain cooperation with the MCC in the coming years, and strengthen its activities in the Kingdom, expressing his appreciation of the U.
ly/UXMiBL) this summer MCC alumnus David Quave made Brookshire's dream come true.
MCC vs Hertfordshire was the first ever match played at the current Lord's Ground on June 22, 1814, and to mark the occasion MCC has organized a series of activities, workshops and entertainment around the Ground.
Composites with various content of MCC (from 0wt% and 40wt%) and a constant amount of MAPP (3wt%) were mixed and compounded with a twin-screw Thermo Haake Rheomexat a temperature of 180[degrees]C.
Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) indicated that the MCC did not show significant initial degradation under 300 C, which implies thermal stability so that MCC-filled composites could be used for high temperature circumstances, like in "under the hood" applications in the automobile industry (7, 17, 19).
The 11-day tour, which starts tomorrow and runs until March 25, will help Shah - a member of the Durham MCC Universities set-up - to prepare for the 2013 season.