MGB


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MGB

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Ministry of State Security; the Soviet secret police from 1946 to 1954
[from Russian Ministerstvo gosudarstvennoi bezopasnosti]
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One of the most popular events was a classic car rally, which featured the MGB.
Miroslav Ravic, CEO of MGB Biopharma, said: "The start of the Phase I clinical trial with our oral formulation of MGB-BP-3 is a major milestone for the company.
The MGB and MGB GT are the best known post-war MGs and both enjoyed immense success during their lengthy lifespans.
Summit Systems advised MGB Plastics to move away from using an external recycler and undertake the process onsite.
She said: "I'm joining MGB at an exciting time for the business as we welcome a range of new clients.
The grant will help fund a Phase I trial of the oral formulation of MGB Biopharma's lead investigational drug candidate, MGB-BP-3 for Clostridium difficile.
Capt Berger and his crew assessed the situation, noting a decrease in MGB oil pressure and an increase in temperature, as they approached the ship.
The first section would work with the Marine MGB platoon for 2 days and then train with the IRB platoon for another 2 days.
MGB accommodated the client by halting the work in observance of Sabbath, Jewish holidays, and community events.
A 1964 black MGB which I bought in 1974 for pounds 130.
Confirmed as the last-known genuine works MGB rally car, it competed in major international competition until being consigned to a garage in 1975.
The car in question is the last known MGB works rally car, which has been restored to its original condition and could fetch as much as pounds 130,000.