MIEC

AcronymDefinition
MIECMedical Insurance Exchange of California (medical malpractice insurance)
MIECMahsuri International Exhibition Centre (Malaysia)
MIECmilitary industrial extra-terrestrial complex
MIECMouvement International des Étudiants Catholiques (French: International Movement of Catholic Students)
MIECMovimiento Internacional de Estudiantes Católicos (Spanish: International Movement of Catholic Students)
MIECMission Item Essentiality Code
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But besides this practical consideration, nothing hinders in principle exploring the chance of a fuel cell realized with MIEC solid oxides designed to optimize the ion superconducting mechanism.
The western MIEC link, which connects Bangkok to Chennai via Dawei, is designed to enhance connectivity between Bangkok and Chennai, where large manufacturing agglomerations have formed (due to significant FDI inflows), especially in the automotive and electronics sectors.
However, the completion of the MIEC cannot sufficiently address several challenges that the region faces.
Elu un an plus tard a l'assemblee interfederale de Reims president mondial du MIEC, Rosaire Beaule saluait pour sa part le verbe et la science de Vittorino Veronese, Olivier Lacombe et Ramon Sugramyes, tous des proches du maitre de Meudon (52).
The MIEC tables and definitions could be used as a model for MELs Air Force-wide.
MIEC also warned that the term "payment" might be construed liberally, citing case examples that include a free counseling session and the provision of specialized care for a student injured by a school's gym equipment.
According to MIEC, a medical professional liability insurance carrier, the quarterly premiums ($1 million/$3 million coverage) for an invasive and noninvasive cardiologist were $4,273 and $2,808, respectively, compared to $2,442 for a general internist (Hawaii, 2011).
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For example, the Medical Insurance Exchange of California, commonly known as MIEC, classifies family practitioners and general internists as class 4 physicians (out of 14 classes--the highest number signifying the riskiest).
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The focus of the project will be on the air separation through novel MIEC membranes integrated within a reactor operated at high temperature for OCM allowing integration of different process steps in a single multifunctional unit and achieving much higher yields compared with conventional reactor .