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Mic.

abbr. Bible
Micah

Mic.

abbreviation for
(Bible) Micah
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For this reason, DNV GL is calling for partners to collaborate in a Joint Industry Project (JIP) to develop a Recommended Practice for the detection and mitigation of MIC.
MBL does not guarantee or otherwise provide assurance in respect of the obligations of MIC.
According to The Star, this parliamentary bye-election is being seen as the moment of truth for the MIC.
Donal O'Brien and Tatsuru Kono of Cushman & Wakefield represented MIC.
For isolates with cefepime MICs [greater than or equal to] 2 to [less than or equal to] 8 mg/L, use of cefepime should be further guided by the ceftazidime MIC.
Mitsubishi's objective to develop an e-commerce strategy that will tap into the power of the Internet should help the company achieve true operating efficiencies throughout its supply chain," says Keigo Ando, manager, EDI/EC applications at MIC.
Enhanced media security through the use of decryption codes stored in the MIC.
The Tax Court determined that the intangible assets could not be attributed to MIC; Arnold never entered into a covenant not to compete (or any other agreement) with MIC by which any of Arnold's distribution agreements, his relationships with the supermarkets or his ice-cream expertise became property of MIC.
The gas industry members urged GRI to pursue a research program into MIC.
MGIC will provide human resources, risk management, information systems and technology, finance and accounting and other business infrastructure to MIC.
The same information that has been posted on the website will be mailed directly to investors in MIC.
AMRESCO exercised its option granted in January to require MIC's original stockholders, led by William Edwards, to purchase 100 percent of the stock of MIC.