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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In the two-day training and certification course more than 30 surgeons from all over Pakistan have been participating to get certified as Bronze Certification for Surgeon of Excellence by MGB Review Corp provided they pass this course.
The regional officials and technical men of MGB 13 based in Surigao City have been directed to look for a site where the MGB satellite office will be constructed.
The task force would help the DENR and the MGB in implementing not only mining rules but also other environmental laws, such as those on pollution and illegal logging, which mining operations may have violated.
The MGB clarified that the landslides in Barangay Lower Becerril were caused by the continuous movement of land triggered by the first landslide, and not by the movement of a fault.
As the name suggests, the MGB deals with issues that relate to municipalities, which are regional zones.
The MGB and MGB GT are the best known post-war MGs and both enjoyed immense success during their lengthy lifespans.
This report provides comprehensive information on the current therapeutic developmental pipeline of MGB Biopharma Limited's, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type.
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 1964 model was one of 387,000 MGB tourers produced in an 18-year run from 1962.