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mcgsMicrograms
MCGSMonitor and Control Generated System (software)
MCGSMoscow Center for Gender Studies
MCGSMill Creek Generating Station (NorthWestern Energy; Montana)
MCGSMiriam College Grade School (Philippines)
MCGSMicrowave Command Guidance System
MCGSMutualist Credit Guarantee Scheme (economics)
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The national standard for clean air is an average of 65 micrograms of particles per cubic meter over a 24-hour period, Johnston said.
A mere half cup of cooked collard greens provides 440 micrograms, but if you're not into collard greens, the same amount of spinach offers 360 micrograms.
He had 43 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.
He was found to have 57 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.
None of the tests produced a result above the drink-driving level of 34 micrograms, which means Quinn's offence features at the lower end of the Jockey Club's scale.
The board found that the Valencia plant contained between seven and 26 micrograms per liter.
4% showed a BLL greater than 10 micrograms per deciliter.
A typical multi has 400 micrograms of folic acid, 6 to 25 micrograms of B-12, and 2 milligrams of B-6.
1, ATC Code: B03XA02, Generic Name: Darbepoetin alfa, pharmaceutical form: injection syringe Strength: 5-99 micrograms Unit Value: 4.
In Stage 1, the arterial pharmacokinetics (PK) of 25 micrograms of AZ-003 was compared to a 25 micrograms dose of fentanyl administered intravenously (IV).
They found 25 areas of the UK were above the target level of 40 micrograms per cubic metre.
The contamination on the sites tested ranged from three micrograms to 11 micrograms per liter.