met.

Related to met.: Met Office

met.

abbr.
metropolitan
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met.

abbreviation for
1. (Physical Geography) meteorological
2. (Physical Geography) meteorology
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Translations

Met.

[met]
A. ADJ ABBR (Brit) =meteorological the Met Officeel instituto meteorológico británico
B. N ABBR
1. (Brit) =Metropolitan Police la policía de Londres
2. (US) =Metropolitan Opera
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It was only at dusk, when the place was ours, and after General Baird himself had found the dead body of Tippoo under a heap of the slain, that Herncastle and I met.
But the man who has robbed me of you shall rue the day when you and he first met.' Don't ask me who he was!
On this particular day it was nearly three months since they had met.
The researchers then identified variants of MET. Study participants who carried two copies of a specific MET variant displayed autism substantially more often than the others did.
Greg Sutton, Director of Research and editor of The DISAM Journal, and instructor Bob Van Horn rounded out the MET.
Crain said a council of colonels meets to validate and prioritize the ONS and how they are met.
you are serious about") and casual partners ("not a main partner") since baseline and on where or how they had met.
To meet the safe harbor for ACP purposes, the CODA rules must be met. Additionally, matching contributions may not exceed 6% of any employee's compensation, the match rate may not increase at higher deferral rates and the rate of matching contribution for any HCE may not be greater than the rate for any non-HCE.
Costs that otherwise might be considered program or management and general costs had they been incurred in a different activity, except for the costs of goods or services provided in exchange transactions that are part of joint activities (such as the costs of direct donor benefits at a special event) should be charged to fundraising unless the criteria in the SOP are met.
At a meeting conducted via a telephone conference on December 30, 1994, the Committee approved a temporary increase from $3 billion to $4 1/2 billion in the System's reciprocal currency (swap) agreement with the Bank of Mexico; it was understood that all drawings, including those under the permanent tranche of the System's swap agreement with the Bank of Mexico, would be subject to a determination that appropriate terms and conditions had been met. The U.S.
DISAM instructor tackled the grueling logistics specialty course during the third week of the MET. As the students diligently struggled with the logistics exercise, Major Vilches takes the time to discuss related topics with a student.
International customers or SAOs should contact Bob Hanseman e-mail, Robert.Hanseman@disam.dsca.osd.mil at (937) 255-5851 or DSN 785-5851 to schedule a MET. International customers must establish a training case with the Air Force Security Assistance Training group before a MET can be locked in.