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MNLManual
MNLMaatschappij der Nederlandse Letterkunde
MNLMultinomial Logit (algorithm)
MNLMonday Night Live (call-in sports show)
MNLMiller Nichols Library
MNLMidland National Life (Insurance Company; Sioux Falls, SD)
MNLMedia Net Link, Inc.
MNLManila, Philippines - Ninoy Aquino International (Airport Code)
MNLMercantile Navy List
MNLMarine Navigation Levy
MNLMurine Neurobehavioral Laboratory
MNLmultinational logistics (US DoD)
MNLMaster of Nursing Leadership
References in classic literature ?
How did you know, for example, that I did manual labour.
Now, reader, substitute for all these exclamation points, as many ringing thumps with a brawny fist upon the table, and you have some idea of the manual exercise that Dick went through while he thus spoke.
We are like people living in a country whose language they know so little that, with all manner of beautiful and profound things to say, they are condemned to the banalities of the conversation manual.
Those who knew him will recognize in my third act the allusion to the patent Shorthand in which he used to write postcards, and which may be acquired from a four and six-penny manual published by the Clarendon Press.
I read that last most praiseworthy thought in my manual, when I was twelve years old," said Aglaya.
Ay, true," said the man of law in a dry, husky voice, "his land is surely forfeit if he cometh not to pay; but, Sir Prior, thou must get a release beneath his sign manual, or else thou canst not hope to hold the land without trouble from him.
They unconsciously had imbibed the feeling that manual labour was not the proper thing for them.
Master Tom, not content with refusing to be ruled, must needs set up as a ruler, and manifested a determination to keep, not only his sisters, but his governess in order, by violent manual and pedal applications; and, as he was a tall, strong boy of his years, this occasioned no trifling inconvenience.
The Sagoths were their weapons of offense and defense, and the races like herself were their hands and feet--they were the slaves and servants who did all the manual labor.
For instance, they rendered it impossible for him to do any manual work.
The white man will always be unable to perform the manual labour.
I saw the wheels of the social machine go around, and I learned that the dignity of manual labour wasn't what I had been told it was by the teachers, preachers, and politicians.