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MI

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Midway Islands before their re-designation as part of the U.S. Minor Outlying Islands. This was the code used in international transactions to and from bank accounts in the territory.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Midway Islands. This was used as an international standard for shipping to the Midway Islands.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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Contrastar, por ello, el trabajo de Mies con la actitud del dandi puede ofrecer una nueva lectura de su relacion con la ciudad moderna.
No obstante, en el primer caso, la propuesta inicial de Mies para la colonia Weissenhof, que cumplia con alguna de las caracteristicas de la ciudad ideal de Mondrian, nunca se llego a materializar.
(MIES), to supersede the current MHI Industrial Engineering & Services Private Ltd.
MIES is being planned to perform a wide range of activities as a business development base for MHI's Shipbuilding & Ocean Development, Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems, and Power Systems businesses.
While it is easier to relate to the lighter, feminist patch of the exhibition rather than to an abstruse rivalry between Mies and Taut, the actual experience of McElheny's brainiac work is astonishing when one realizes how much is achieved through glassblowing alone.
Hilary Lewis paints a sunny picture of Johnson's connection to Mies, the influence of historical precedents, and his interest in emerging architectural movements.
There I was pleasantly welcomed by the built-in showcases installed to display various books and publications from Mies' extensive library and introducing the master's intellectual influences and interests.
Mies once famously said that he had no intention of inventing a new style every Monday morning.
The conjunction of these two exhibits, according to Maxwell Anderson, director of the Whitney, "is an intellectual and cultural event of the first magnitude, making it possible to speak of 2001 as the Year of Mies."
According to Mies and Shiva, a model of "unlimited growth" drives the industrial countries of the Northern hemisphere.
The visual effects of color impact viewers' experiences throughout the McCormick House's domestic environment and shifts traditional spatial perceptions of the home while celebrating Mies' signs of the modular prototype for prefab housing.