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mic

 (mīk)
n. Informal
A microphone.
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mic

(maɪk)
n
(Electronics) informal short for microphone
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Mic.

Micah.
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The novice sound person can learn about mic choice with consideration for speaking or singing, whereas those new to Point Source Audio mics can discover unconventional mic'ing possibilities including how EMBRACE microphones can be used for violinists or boom headsets for flutists doubling on several instruments in one performance.
Punjab P and D Chairman Habib-ur-Rehman Gillani said in a media statement that the MICS was a global household survey, which provided robust and credible evidence to be used for planning and policy-making to track and improve overall social indicators particularly those affecting children and women.
The Mic+ is a proper condenser mic which you can plug straight into your iOS device to record vocals and acoustic instruments with a quality and clarity that can't be surpassed at this price.
In order to get the stump mics turned down, they innovatively indulged in some ambush marketing in the vicinity of the stumps mics.
Shah said that the MICS project is being executed by the P and D department's Bureau of Statistics and Rs 12.5m have already been released for the purpose.
I wish to highlight the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) as a crucial determinant in dose-optimisation strategies at the bedside and demonstrate the importance of MIC-guided antimicrobial therapy.
tuberculosis from patients who subsequently had a relapse or were cured to determine the MIC values of isoniazid and rifampin that were below the standard resistance breakpoint.
As Zeidan describes it, the minister of telecommunications and the two MICs asked him, as the idea's parent, if he could take on the management responsibility for getting the fund off the ground.
Caption: Figure 1: Iclaprim time-kill curves against MRSA isolates nonsusceptible to linezolid, resistant to vancomycin, and nonsusceptible to daptomycin, 2x, 4x, and 8x MICs were used for all antibiotics.
The seeming premature graduation of a set of poor MICs
This MICS would also provide base line for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for monitoring the reporting indicators in the Punjab Province.
Using categorical representation of data such as percentage susceptible or breakpoint MICs, or even with traditional percentile MIC markers such as [MIC.sub.50] and [MIC.sub.90] values, there is a strong likelihood that population shifts in MIC values will go undetected.