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Monetary Control Act of 1980 (MAC)

Act which requires that all banks and all institutions that accept deposits from the public make periodic reports to the Federal Reserve System. Starting in September 1981, the Fed charged banks for a range of services that it had provided free in the past, including check clearing, wire transfer of funds and the use of automated clearinghouse facilities.

MAC

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Macau. The code is used for transactions to and from Macanese bank accounts and for international shipping to Macau. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Perez also joined Mack in Las Vegas shortly after Mack held up a Bank of America with the help of an accomplice Nov.
He told them he had a gun and needed the car because someone was very sick and he needed to get them to a hospital,'' Mack said.
The shooting shook the neighborhood, where Mack was described as well liked.
He stopped just short of saying he was counting on Mack not returning.
Pataki denied any wrongdoing, insisting he reimbursed Mack for all expenses.
Telogis Navigation also delivers dynamically updated road conditions collected from an existing community of more than 140,000 commercial drivers in North America, enabling Mack customers to avoid potential delays and helping to increase on-time deliveries.
Mack reports it holds itself to high standards and practices and is proud of the phrase "Built Like a Mack Truck," which has become ubiquitous in signifying strength and durability.
Mack competes with some big contract manufacturers partly by pursuing medical jobs with smaller volumes than the others are interested in.
August Mack worked with Kroot to prepare and implement an effective plan in the event of a spill or leak.
They actually have a natural affection for him,'' Mack said of their Uncle Joe.
Mack, a larger-than-life figure who inspired both awe and loathing at CSFB, returned the firm to the black by cutting thousands of jobs and reining in the lavish pay packages of its star bankers.
If Whitehead proposes solutions largely rooted in civil society, Mack wants to bring in the Marines to enforce her version of marital law.