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MAGNUMMigraine Awareness Group: A National Understanding for Migraineurs
MAGNUMMunitions Storage Activities Gained by Negotiations (USAF-ROK) Memorandum of Understanding
MAGNUMMulti-Service ATM Gateway Node Unified Multiplexing (Sprint)
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44 Magnum Combat Magnum a step further by introducing the same model with a 2-3/4-inch barrel.
Mullin, who wrote the book Magnum, also theorizes that S&W may have wanted to publicize the longer barrel for possible police sales as a substitute for the carbine.
But why stop with a magnum when you can buy a jeroboam (the equivalent of four bottles or three litres)?
The dimensions of the adult foramen magnum have been quantified in numerous studies (Burdan et al.
Taste the Difference Cremant de Loire NV, Magnum, France (PS22, Sainsbury's, in-store only) Available in a magnum this year - it makes an affordable French alternative to Champagne.
We wanted indulgent flavors when you need a break from adulting,' says Diane Tan, Magnum senior brand manager.
Magnum s bidder s statement disclosed that its offer would open on 23 June 2014 (today), on the basis that Ambassador Oil s board had given consent to early dispatch of the bidder s statement.
The exceptional taste and fine quality of Magnum ice cream has left an indelible mark on the collective palate of discerning consumers around the world," said Brian Manning, Vice President of Brand Building in the ice cream division at Unilever, the maker of Magnum.
The company chairman, Gary C Evans, said, 'In June 2005 Cimarex Inc (NYSE Amex: XEC) acquired the old Magnum Hunter Resources in a USD2.
The first pistol round to be called a magnum was the:
Teradyne Inc (NYSE:TER) announced on 6 July the introduction of the Magnum II to its family of Magnum memory test products.