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MERMars Exploration Rover (NASA)
MERMercredi (French: Wednesday)
MERMerchant
MERModulation Error Ratio (digital communications)
MERMerrill Lynch (stock symbol)
MERMercoledì (Italian: Wednesday)
MERMercator
MERMonthly Energy Review
MERManagement Expense Ratio
MERMiddle East Report
MERManagement Economie en Recht (Dutch)
MERMinistry of Education and Research
MERMiddle East Region (Society of Petroleum Engineers)
MERMid-East Realities
MERManaging Electronic Records
MERMedical Education and Research (exam)
MERMedical Education Resources (Littleton, Colorado)
MERMarket Exchange Rate
MERCastle Airport
MERMaterials and Electrochemical Research (Tucson, Arizona)
MERMission Evaluation Room
MERMultiple Ejector Rack
MERMAC Encapsulated Routing
MERMuseum Education Roundtable (Washington, DC)
MERMaximum Efficient Rate
MERManagement-Employee Relations (USACE)
MERMentoring and Coaching
MerMethylenetetrahydromethanopterin Reductase
MERMaximum Effective Range
MERMechanical Equipment Room
MERMonthly Economic Review
MERMarketing Education Review (journal)
MERMathematics and Education Reform
MERManpower Estimate Report
MERMessage Error Rate
MERMarine Environmental Response (US Coast Guard Marine Safety Office)
MERMinimum Energy Requirements
MERMonitoring, Evaluation and Research
MERMain Engine Room
MERManagement and Employment Relations
MERMouvement Européen de La Ruralité (French: European Countryside Movement)
MERMaximum Error Rate
MERMedical Expense Reimbursement
MERMental Health: Evidence and Research Team (WHO)
MERMcDaniel Executive Recruiters
MERMinimum Educational Requirement
MERMileu-Effect Rapportage
MERMinimum Essential Requirement
MERMiscellaneous Expense Report
MERMaintenance Evaluation Report
MERMission Essential Requirement
MERManpower Estimate Relationship
MERMinimum Energy Route
MERMITEC Early Release
MERMulti-Echelon Reporting
MERMaritime Environmental Response
MERMarriage Enrichment Requirement (Marine Corps chaplains)
MERMitigated Emergency Receiver
MERMinor Element Ratio
MERMaterials Examination Report
MERMarketing Expense Ratio (finance)
MERMelamine Ether Resins
MERMedication Errors Reporting (healthcare)
MERMedia Efficiency Ratio (advertising)
MERMajor Expenditure Request
MERMinimum Equipment Requirements (sailing races)
MERMedicaid Estate Recovery (est. 1995)
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The acquisition of MER into Achilles Technologies Solutions brings together ATS Armor's subsidiary with MER's thirty years of diverse advanced engineered materials capabilities.
Established in 1948, the MER Group maintains a diversified portfolio of over a dozen subsidiaries focusing on three main sectors - telecom, security and CleanTech - while investing in other areas including satellite communications, biotechnology and materials science.
The jury deliberated for less than two hours and unanimously found in favor of MER on all allegations.
site in the MER Montana, Sofia City NOD, NOD Sofia region and Pleven MER; including the following administrative areas Montana, Vratsa, Vidin, Sofia city, Sofia region, Pernik, Kyustendil, Pleven and Lovech;
The firms said the MERS vaccine would enter a phase I clinical test in healthy volunteers before the end of 2015.
As study shows that most camels in Saudi Arabia are carrying MERS, the authority has banned access of camels to Mecca as well as slaughtering camels during the Eid al-Adha.
This working group regularly reviewed the CDC and World Health Organization updates, scientific publications, and laboratory logistics, and took steps at the state level to prepare for MERS.
The protein could be used to develop vaccines or treatments to protect people from MERS, an international team of researchers report online July 27 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
MERS cases have originated in several countries in or near the Arabian Peninsula: Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Yemen.
Last year's 50 cases included three who died and 14 health care workers who contracted the virus from a 45-year old man who later died of the Mers coronavirus (Mers-Cov) in April 2014.
The 44-year-old Korean man tested positive for MERS in southern Guangdong Province on May 29.