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MCL

abbr.
1. Master of Civil Law
2. Master of Comparative Law
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As a water-based product with low VOC (volatile organic compound) content, Environ MCL coatings protect the environment by encapsulating zinc from the metal substrate to eliminate toxic runoff into the water supply.
MCL demonstrated a range of innovative technology including a 28-metre wide curved screen, 3D projection mapping onto a scale model of Buckingham Palace and a new event app which allows delegates to interact and plan their event experience through their smartphone or tablet.
CPI said it would continue to operate MCL's production plant inA Bolingbrook, Illinois until satisfaction of the target's backlog commitments, after which it will cater to clients with products from the Satcom division's locations in Georgetown, Ontario, Canada and Palo Alto, California.
The vessel is the first of four replacements being made in the MCL fleet.
The vessel is the first of four replacements being made in the MCL fleet, a statement from an official said.
The superficial portion of the ligament is the strongest aspect of the MCL with the deep portion being weaker.
While the median overall survival has improved to around seven years with the advancements in therapies, the recurrence due to therapy-resistance is still a major problem in refractory MCL. Combination chemotherapy regimens like CHOP combined with rituximab are common and frontline responses are generally good, but the development of therapy-resistance precludes long-term survival [5-7].
MCL has a certain predilection to the distal cartilaginous part of the nose.
ICRA reaffirmed the A4 rating on the INR1.9bn non-fund based limits of MCL. The non fund based limits are interchangeable with the term loan facilities of MCL and the total combined utilisation of both instruments cannot exceed INR1.9bn.
The probability of a WBC less than 5,000/mcL and a level between 15,000 and 29,999 / mcL being associated with a concurrent serious bacterial infection ranged from 0% to 5.7%.
The dBSL should be below the UCL level, and the MCL level should be used to determine WRS, even if it is less than 40 dB.
MCL's main laboratory in Jackson, Miss., is accredited by the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors/Laboratory Accreditation Board in Controlled Substance (Drug) Identification, Toxicology, Trace Evidence Examinations, and other forensic disciplines.