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MCP

abbr.
male chauvinist pig

MCP

abbreviation for
male chauvinist pig
Translations

MCP

[ˌɛmsiːˈpiː] n abbr (British) (=male chauvinist pig) → phallocrate m

MCP

[ˌɛmsiːˈpiː] n abbr (Brit) (fam) =male chauvinist pigsporco maschilista m
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If MCM loading isn't completed successfully prior to cell division, there'll be a risk of major DNA mutations and death for the resulting daughter cells.
MCM is a financial services boutique providing high-end investment and merchant banking services, and soon asset management services.
MCM is reported in 1% of normal population postnatally2.
The US Navy has been the first Western navy to move toward this operational concept, providing an organic MCM capability for expeditionary forces by introducing rotary-wing and non-specialised but multirole platforms equipped with dedicated equipment.
MCM Liverpool Comic Con debuts on March 12 to 13 2016 at Exhibition Centre Liverpool, the brand new, state-of-theart exhibition centre located on Liverpool's Waterfront.
Then, the day before the race at our AMAA MCM Symposium, I met Dr.
diameter) are currently on-hand, they will be made for stock and could be used on any MCM ship.
As recently as two years ago, the Navy's official plan was to have the organic MCM systems in place on 10 carrier battle groups by 2005.
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In normal years Israel allows a flow downstream from Lake Tiberias of just 60 MCM of water basically consisting of saline springs which previously used to feed the lake, and sewage water.
Brent was an active member of the training rotation, and will now be an integral participant and leader in our SQL MCM community," Sack continued.
The SGC had several non-associated gas fields in the Palmyra region which had been estimated to contain over 71,000 MCM of recoverable reserves and 21 MCM of gas associated with oils and condensates.