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MBMercedes-Benz
MBMegabyte
MBMaster Bedroom
MBMegabit
MBMedia Bureau (Federal Communications Commission)
MBMolecular Biology
MBMaybe
MBMotherboard
MBMainboard (UK)
MBModified By
MBMessage Board
MBMiami Beach (Florida)
MBManitoba, Canada
MBMain Battery
MBMyrtle Beach
MBManagement Board
MBManaged Backup (remote computer file backup)
MBMartinique
MBMuy Bien
MBManila Bulletin
MBMario Brothers (game)
MBMerit Badge (Boy Scouts of America)
MBMemory Backup (SONET)
MBManhattan Beach
MBMoody Blues (band)
MBMennonite Brethren
MBMilton Bradley
MBMacBeth
MBMichelle Branch
MBMilitary Base
MBMonza e Della Brianza (Italian province)
MBMotorbike
MBMarine Biology (various schools)
MBMacBook
MBMatchbox
MBMarching Band
MBMavis Beacon (typing tutor program)
MBMessage Back
MBMy Bad
MBMindless Behavior
MBMemory Buffer
MBMeccanica Breganzese (bucket crusher manufacturer; Italy)
MBMortgage Broker (various companies)
MBMass-Balance
MBMyoglobin
MBMethyl Bromide (fumigant)
MBMotorboat
MBMythbusters
MBMuslim Brotherhood
MBMarginal Benefit
MBMel Brooks (director)
MBMean Bias
MBMiddle Button (computer mouse)
MBMusicBrainz (open source music-database)
MBMinisterieel Besluit (Dutch: Ministerial Deree; Belgium)
MBMinimum Bid (auctions)
MBMoscow Bound (Vietnam POWs)
MBMillibar
MBMonster Box
MBMultibanco (Portugal)
MBMain Base
MBMixed Breed
MBMystery Block
MBMuppet Babies (cartoon)
MBManic Bloom (band)
MBMalibu Beach
MBMacro Block
MBMikrobitti (Finnish computer magazine)
MBManufacturing Base
MBMachine Batch
MBMilitary Budget
MBMedicine Bow (Camp Yawgoog, BSA)
MBMain Beam
MBManufacturers Bank (California)
MBMarine Base
MBMulti-Ball (pinball)
MBMonmouth Beach (New Jersey)
MBMilitary Bank
MBMedicine Box
MBMultibacillary (leprosy)
MBMilan Baros (soccer player)
MBMagnetic Bearing
MBMike Bibby (NBA Player)
MBMixed Bed
MBMoon Bounce (ham radio)
MBMaintenance Branch
MBMarine Barracks
MBMelt-Banana (band)
MBMonthly Balance
MBMessage Blocking
MBMessage Broadcasting (Tandem)
MBMaintenance Burden
MBMarker Beacon
MBMedium Bomber
MBMilton Bradley Company
MBMilitary Brat
MBMake Buy
MBMechanized Brigade
MBMesiobuccal (tooth anatomy)
MBMarine Battalion
MBMachinery Breakdown (insurance)
MBMagic Burst (Final Fantasy XI gaming)
MBMaintain Benefits
MBMasterblasters (gaming clan)
MBManaburn (Everquest skill)
MBMedicinae Baccalaureus (Bachelor of Medicine)
MBManned Base
MBMeasured Business
MBMeasurement Base
MBMossbauer Spectrometer (NASA)
MBMissile Battalion
MBMetric Buttload
MBMiddle Babylonian
MBMichel Beroff (classical pianist)
MBManaetic Behemoth (gaming)
MBMineralolie Brancheforeningen
MBMana Break (gaming)
MBMoon Bandit (computer game)
MBMilitary Battalion
MBMechanical Breaking
MBMelli Bank PLC
MBMissile Bomber
MBMinisterstvo Bezopasnosti (Russian Security Ministry)
MBMagazijnbeheerder (Dutch)
MBWillys-Overland 1/4-Ton 4x4 Truck (WWII Jeep)
MBMunicipal Bank PLC
MBMachine Basin
MBMusquodoboit Batholith
MBMission Baptiste (French)
MBMultistage Bayesian
MBMixed-Resin Bed (anion & cation)
MBMario's Bakery
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The source said a designated committee in the parliament revises certain aspects of the military budget but not all of it.
In response, Japan has begun increasing its military budget, as has India - which has a disputed land border with China.
China's military budgets have risen steadily in recent years along with the country's booming economic growth, and experts say the actual totals are usually substantially higher than the publicly announced figures.
On top of all that, America is objecting to China's military budget.
It makes no sense for Congress to spend over half of the dollars it has discretion to allocate on a military budget that has already doubled since 1998--without even counting the $1.
General Sameh Seif al Yazal, who consults regularly with the Supreme Council of armed Forces that rules Egypt, said the council will ask that the constitution protect the military budget from public scrutiny and require the civilian president to get the assent of military leaders before waging war, The Wall Street Journal reports.
For example, the military budget will be increased 127 percent over the previous year.
Asked if the percentage figure would increase in the next fiscal year, Athar said: Hopefully not because for about five years, the military budget remained at between 13 percent and 14 percent.
Not only are we endangering our planet, people across the world, and our environment, but the military budget is supported on the backs of the poor.
Yet Pentagon officials are whining that the prospect of up to $1 trillion in military budget cuts spread over the next 10 years is unacceptable and would compromise national security.
Maybe someone will reply and explain the need for this huge military budget when we are faced with massive cuts in the public sector.
That comes to $708 billion, the biggest military budget that the United States has seen since World War II.