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AcronymDefinition
MMale
MMiddle
MMonthly
M1000 (Roman numeral)
MMonsieur
mMeter (SI unit of length)
MMega- (Million)
MMusic
MMoney
MMedia
MMember
MManagement
MMaster
MMean (arithmetic average; math; statistics)
MMachine
MMouth
MMulti
MMaterials
MMillion
MMike (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
MMedium
MMission
MMarried (with spouse)
MManual
MMissing
MModified
MMass (as in E=mc^2)
MMuseum
MMinor (IRB)
MUS Marine Corps
MMarine (German)
MModule (abstract algebra, mathematical object)
MMetro (Washington DC public transit)
MMetro Toronto (postal code designation, Canada)
MMeta (benzene)
MMillennium
MMint
MMagnetic
MMilwaukee (ammunition headstamp)
MMatrix Protein (virus protein)
MManager (baseball)
MMach (multiple of speed of sound)
MManchester (postcode, United Kingdom)
MMandatory
MModerate Risk
MMilitary (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
MMomentum
MSlope
MMotorsport (BMW)
MMedley
MMagenta
mMilli-
MMurderer (from the Movie M)
MMoment Magnitude
MMisdemeanor
MUnfounded (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
MMagnitude (Richter scale)
MMessier (Cataloguer of Stellar Objects)
MMunich (auto license plate)
MMechanized
MMinesweeper (Navy vessel)
MMethionine (amino acid)
mmicrometer
MMycobacterium
MMarquess (British title of nobility)
MMetropolitano (Lisbon underground)
MMaintainability
MMultisource
MMesial
MMolarity
MMultipara
MMultimission (US military aircraft modified mission symbol)
MModerata Samlingspartiet (Swedish political party)
MMobility Ratio
MMole/Molar
MMeasured Ceiling (weather reports)
MMetroad (Australian road system)
MMid-Course Update
MMature Age 17+ (ESRB; game rating)
MModifier Function Bit
MMyasistchev (Soviet aircraft designer)
MObjective C Implementation File (file extension)
MMotormännens Riksorganisation (Swedish automobile owners association)
MManual Tuned NAVAID
MUS DoT tire speed rating (81 mph)
MChief of the British Secret Service, MI6 (in James Bond Films)
References in classic literature ?
If one leaves Meringe Lagoon, on Ysabel, and steers a course due north, magnetic, at the end of one hundred and fifty miles he will lift the pounded coral beaches of Lord Howe above the sea.
But Francine--still influenced by the magnetic attraction which drew her to Emily--did not conceal from herself that she had offered the provocation, and had been therefore the person to blame.
I can even perceive some faint possibility of truth in the explanation which you described as the mesmeric theory-- that what I saw might be the result of magnetic influence communicated to me, as I lay between the remains of the murdered husband above me and the guilty wife suffering the tortures of remorse at my bedside.
Such object hath the power to soften and tame Severest temper, smooth the rugged'st brow, Enerve, and with voluptuous hope dissolve, Draw out with credulous desire, and lead At will the manliest, resolutest breast, As the magnetic hardest iron draws.
Is there some potent magnetic emanation from Number One which Number Two doesn't possess?
If they continued to sing like their great predecessor of romantic themes, they were drawn as by a kind of magnetic attraction into the Homeric style and manner of treatment, and became mere echoes of the Homeric voice: in a word, Homer had so completely exhausted the epic genre, that after him further efforts were doomed to be merely conventional.
This done, Mr and Mrs Squeers drew close up to the fire, and sitting with their feet on the fender, talked confidentially in whispers; while Nicholas, taking up the tutor's assistant, read the interesting legends in the miscellaneous questions, and all the figures into the bargain, with as much thought or consciousness of what he was doing, as if he had been in a magnetic slumber.
Indeed, at the distance they were from the earth, the magnetic pole could have no perceptible action upon the apparatus; but the box placed on the lunar disc might perhaps exhibit some strange phenomena.
We are in great haste to construct a magnetic telegraph from Maine to Texas; but Maine and Texas, it may be, have nothing important to communicate.
Tom couldn't hear a word which passed, and never lifted his eyes from his book; but he knew by a sort of magnetic instinct that the Doctor's under-lip was coming out, and his eye beginning to burn, and his gown getting gathered up more and more tightly in his left hand.
He broke into the long easy lope, and went on, hour after hour, never at loss for the tangled way, heading straight home through strange country with a certitude of direction that put man and his magnetic needle to shame.
Those sentiments have induced me to offer to the unimpressionable doctor who attends on her my vast knowledge of chemistry, and my luminous experience of the more subtle resources which medical and magnetic science have placed at the disposal of mankind.