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MKMarket
MKMark
MKMagic Kingdom (Disney)
MKMary Kay (cosmetics company)
MKMortal Kombat
MKMario Kart (video game)
MKMilton Keynes
MKMankind
MKMushroom Kingdom (Mario video games)
MKMark Knopfler (singer/songwriter)
MKMein Kampf (German: My Struggle)
MKMaster Key
MKMahkamah Konstitusi (Indonesia)
MKUmkhonto We Sizwe (Afrikaans-Spear of the Nation, South African Black Underground Movement)
MKUmkhonto We Sizwe (Spear of the Nation)
MKMember of Knesset (Israeli Parliament)
MKMacedonia (former Yugoslav Republic of) (ISO Country Identifier)
MKAir Mauritius (IATA airline code)
MKMountain King (gaming)
MKMorrison Knudsen
MKMong Kok (Hong Kong)
MKMichelle Kwan (figure skater)
MKMarvel Knights (comic)
MKMidkine
MKMissionary Kid
MKMercy Killing
MKMebyon Kernow (Cornish Nationalist Party)
MKMount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania, Africa)
MKMenkes Disease
MKMagyar Köztársaság (Republic of Hungary)
MKMachinery Technician (US Coast Guard Rating)
MKMaschinenkanone (German: machine cannon)
MKMarburger Konvent (federation German fraternities)
MKMontreal Kosher
MKManufacturing Knowledge
MKManual Keying
MKMystic Kingdom (online gaming)
mKMetre Kelvin (thermal conductivity watt per metre Kelvin)
MKMulty Kontact (UK plug and socket manufacturer)
MKM-M-M-M-Monster Kill (Unreal Tournament)
MKMonk Killers (gaming clan)
MKM. Karunanidhi (Indian politician)
References in classic literature ?
And, moreover, when you come right down to the bedrock, knight-errantry is WORSE than pork; for whatever happens, the pork's left, and so somebody's benefited anyway; but when the market breaks, in a knight-errantry whirl, and every knight in the pool passes in his checks, what have you got for assets?
Now Pigling Bland, son Pigling Bland, you must go to market.
The first farmer who discovered the value of the telephone was the market gardener.
When the demand is equal to the quantity of goods at market, the consumer generally pays the duty; but when the markets happen to be overstocked, a great proportion falls upon the merchant, and sometimes not only exhausts his profits, but breaks in upon his capital.
This market has given an immense development to commerce, to navigation, to communication by land.
Double', 'half','greater', fall under the category of relation; 'in a the market place', 'in the Lyceum', under that of place; 'yesterday', 'last year', under that of time.
However, I'll try and set up a trade in pots and pans, and you shall stand in the market and sell them.
This had gone on for a month or two when there came a Saturday in September, on which a fair and a market coincided; and the pilgrims from Trantridge sought double delights at the inns on that account.
In Market Bumpstead, sir, the prevailing custom was to escort the young lady home from church, buy her some little present--some ribbons, possibly--next day, take her for a walk, and kiss her, sir.
It is also necessary to know what tribunals in different places should have different things under their jurisdiction, and also what things should always come under the cognisance of the same magistrate; as, for instance, decency of manners, shall the clerk of the market take cognisance of that if the cause arises in the market, and another magistrate in another place, or the same magistrate everywhere: or shall there be a distinction made of the fact, or the parties?
3) Sunday and Wednesday of each week are appointed as the chief market days and to that end a sufficient number of troops will be stationed along the highroads on Tuesdays and Saturdays at such distances from the town as to protect the carts.
It was market day at Sidi Aissa, and the numberless caravans of camels coming in from the desert, and the crowds of bickering Arabs in the market place, filled Tarzan with a consuming desire to remain for a day that he might see more of these sons of the desert.