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Mag

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for a farthing. The term fell out of general use after the farthing was withdrawn from circulation in the years immediately before the decimalization of the British pound.
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On the other hand, the proposed scheme is based on the dynamic virtual hierarchical network architecture, so that it requires the registration procedure between E-MAGs, not like registration procedure between the MAG and the LMA in PMIPv6.
While the earlier version had coils on the back of the mag, the 200 series houses everything inside a cylindrical case that's smaller and 6 pounds lighter than the D-mag.
The size and scope of MAG Maintenance Technologies, the MAG-IAS service and support organization, is another asset to MAG Canada and its local professionals.
Teaming the right dog with the right person is vital to the success of these partnerships, and when Mags received a letter and photo of Taz inviting her to go down to the training centre, then in Lewknor, Oxfordshire, she couldn't wait to meet him.
Josh Sapan, president and CEO of Rainbow, says he and his staff have spent the past 2 1/2 years on development of Mag Rack, spending about $25 million putting the concept together.
As a result, she adds, antibodies or other molecules that interfere with MAG are unlikely to be of much use in treating individuals paralyzed by spinal cord damage.
Loading data, concurrent with the introduction of the Auto Mag, listed velocities that were enthusiastic, if not downright thrilling, as they touted buckets-full of powder under a 240-grain jacketed hollow point that would launch that projectile at a nickel under 1,600 feet per second (fps)!
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Smith & Wesson was the first company, naturally, to market a .41 Mag. sixgun, and Elmer Keith had much to do with it.
"We are pleased with the appointment of CNCEC to commence construction works at MAG City.
Making this event of great importance to connect the past and future, the signing of the MAG City project with MAG Holding Group and MAG Property Development is the implementation of a comprehensive strategic partnership between China and the UAE
Mag Property Development (Mag PD), the property development arm of Mag Group Holding, has picked China National Chemical Engineering Group Co (CNCEC) to work on Phase 1 of the developer's Mag City megaproject in Dubai, with the contract being valued at $490.1m (AED1.8bn), it was announced after Construction Week reported on CNCEC's contract win last week .