MAN


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AcronymDefinition
MANMetropolitan Area Network
MANManual
MANMassive Assault Network (online war game)
MANMilitary Analysis Network
MANMobile Armor (Newtype; Gundam gaming)
MANMaschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg (German: Machine Works of Augsburg and Nürnberg, truck manufacturer)
MANMouvement pour une Alternative Non-violente (French: Movement for a Non-Violent Alternative)
MANMunicipal Area Network
MANNew Antilles Movement (Netherlands Antilles)
MANMandatory Value
MANMaster of Arts in Nursing (degree program)
MANMultiaccess Network
MANMount Arthur North (Australian coal mine)
MANMoney, Authority, Need (marketing)
MANMiscellaneous Account Number
MANManchester, England, United Kingdom - International (Airport Code)
MANMicrowave Aerospace Navigation
MANMulti Area Network
MANMen Against Nonsense (website)
MANMilitary Aviation Notice
MANMunich-Augsburg-Nurnberg (Engineering Works)
MANMovimentu Antia Nobo
MANMandarin (language)
MANMandatory Modification
MANManeuver
MANManitoba
MANMetropolitan Access Network
MANManifold
MANModern Art Notes
MAnMaleic Anhydride
MANMedia Awareness Network (Canada)
MANModel Airplane News (magazine; Air Age Media)
MANManufacturers Association of Nigeria (est. 1971)
MANManagement
References in classic literature ?
Why quarrel with an old man concerning his thoughts?
A man with no hat, and with broken shoes, and with an old rag tied round his head.
What say you to this, good old man, you with the stick?
Presently the white-haired man seemed to recollect my presence, and came up to me.
Man is sometimes extraordinarily, passionately, in love with suffering, and that is a fact.
Animal' is predicated of the species 'man', therefore of the individual man, for if there were no individual man of whom it could be predicated, it could not be predicated of the species 'man' at all.
Sir," replied the wounded man, "believe me, there is no time to lose; the ball has broken the thigh bone and entered the intestines.
Charley recognized the name, and said that here was a greater man than either Hancock or Adams.
It seems that, many years before, a young man had migrated from the valley and settled at a distant seaport, where, after getting together a little money, he had set up as a shopkeeper.
The first, closeness, reservation, and secrecy; when a man leaveth himself without observation, or without hold to be taken, what he is.
I do not like speaking about myself, as may have been noticed, but in the cause of humanity I on this occasion will do so, and will confess that at one time I was, as the young man in the Bab Ballad says, "the shyest of the shy," and "whenever I was introduced to any pretty maid, my knees they knocked together just as if I was afraid.
But if we allow, that the virtues of a good man and a good magistrate may be the same, and a citizen is one who obeys the magistrate, it follows that the virtue of the one cannot in general be the same as the virtue of the other, although it may be true of some particular citizen; for the virtue of the magistrate must be different from the virtue of the citizen.