MIA


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MIA

 (ĕm′ī-ā′)
n.
A member of the armed services who is reported missing following a combat mission and whose status as to injury, capture, or death is unknown.

[m(issing) i(n) a(ction).]

MIA

abbreviation for
1. (Military) military chiefly US missing in action: officially unaccounted for following combat
2. (in Australia) Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area

MIA

1. Also, M.I.A. missing in action.
2.
pl. MIAs, MIA's. a missing combatant whose whereabouts or death cannot be ascertained.
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MIA

[ˌɛmaɪˈeɪ] abbr (=missing in action) → disparu au combat
References in classic literature ?
As she looked she saw a huge MIAS PAPPAN cross the stream, bearing in his arms the dead, or unconscious form of a white-skinned girl with golden hair.
Her description of the MIAS PAPPAN was such as to half convince von Horn that she might have seen Number Three carrying Virginia Maxon, although he could not reconcile the idea with the story that the two Dyaks had told him of losing all of Bulan's monsters in the jungle.
The official, who led a media tour of the MIA Conservation Laboratory, said the institution is also keen to raise awareness of the Doha community on the efforts towards preserving some of the world's cultural heritages.
HE Sheikha Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, the chairperson of Qatar Museums Authority, said: "Five years ago MIA came to fruition under the wise leadership of HH the Father Emir.
Parsons was the managing general contractor for the $3 billion MIA North Terminal program, winner of the Global Best Project Award in the airports/ports category.
As registration statutes apply only to onshore Australia migration agents, the 70-plus RMAs and MIA Members who make their living in the UK and Europe go above and beyond their legal requirements, ascribing to both the Australian Government's Code of Conduct and also to the MIA's in-house Code of Ethics.
But he appears hostile to male MIA activists and other supporters of the war.
MIA has switched up her look several times over the course of her career, although certain overarching themes prevail.
Many times there is other evidence that can be used to help identify MIA remains," he said.
MIA noted that less than 15 percent of recent used imports were under five years old, "nullifying the rapid progress that the new vehicle industry has been making in minimizing exhaust emissions.
Developed by Qatar Museums Authority (QMA) and located on the grounds of the acclaimed MIA and off Doha's Corniche road, through the Port Road entrance, the Park includes a sculpture plaza featuring a newly commissioned work by Richard Serra titled 7, the artist's first public work in the Middle East.
Having a MIA in a family gives you an appreciation of the sacrifices being made today for our freedom.