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MN

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MONGOLIA.

MN

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Mongolia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Mongolian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Mongolia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Mongolia. Each Mongolian province and the capital city has its own code with the prefix "MN." For example, the code for the City of Ulan Bator is ISO 3166-2:MN-1.
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A linear regression model was applied for the concentration of mother's manganese and 6-month MDI and PDI.
Another possibility is that the graphite particles broke off from the crucible, graphite block or stir rod and reacted directly with manganese in the melt to form the Mn7C3 rims.
Ultimately, if it's to survive in the longerterm, though, the firm needs new products which can compete with the likes of Eco City, preferably via a big owner or partner able to supply a mass produced van or peoplecarrier platform which Manganese can convert to a taxi.
And with Nissan about to enter the market, things are anyway about to get even tougher for Manganese - especially as Nissan still has a great reputation with cabbies on the back of their hugely successful diesel engines (which ironically powered Manganese's TX1 cab).
Manganese is hoping for a sales boost in the second half from demand for the new Euro TX4 taxis in London as a result of Mayor Boris Johnson's Air Quality strategy for the capital.
Lead author Maryse Bouchard explained: "We found significant deficits in the intelligence quotient (IQ) of children exposed to higher concentration of manganese in drinking water.
The percentage of manganese varies from 30-35% in the fines.
In order to identify and target areas at greatest risk, as a first order of business, PHMDC and MWU staff assembled data on manganese concentrations at the wellheads for each of MWU's 24 active wells, available from PHMDC laboratory records collected to comply with slate and federal drinking-water-quality regulations.
In this study, reduction of vegetative growth via paclobutrazol and manganese sulfate application in order to improve reproductive growth and fruit quality in strawberry plants was pursued.
In connection with these suits, there has been much debate about whether medical and scientific evidence supports plaintiffs' allegations of neurological injury from welding fume exposure, including what level of manganese exposure is harmful.
Scientists studying Bangladeshi wells polluted with arsenic a few years ago also discovered manganese, a natural pollutant.
Blueberries: Contains polyphenols, fiber, folate, vitamin C, vitamin E, potassium, manganese, magnesium, iron, riboflavin, niacin and phytoestrogens.