MAMY

AcronymDefinition
MAMYMinerals and Mines Year (Nigeria)
MAMYMotards et Amis de la Moto de l'Yonne (French motorcycle club; Yonne, France)
References in periodicals archive ?
Keepers hope the two aye ayes, eight-year-old male Raz and 29-yearold female Mamy, can raise the profile of the highly threatened animals, a species of lemur.
Key Personnel: Jeff Kellar, President and CEO; David Kunkle, Senior Vice President of Operations; Brian McCarthy, Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development; Jack Baily, Vice President of Distributor Sales; Adam Doane, Vice President of Direct Sales; and Mamy Bielefeldt, Vice President of Marketing
Mamy Poko Cleansing Wipes is the companys most recognisable brand.
In 2006, Catherine Craig, an American biologist working in the region, teamed up with Mamy Ratsimbazafy, a Malagasy entomologist, to identify moth species in the Makira region with potential for use in silk production.
According to Mamy Lifshen, a professional networker and author of the book "Some Assembly Required: A Networking Guide for Women," networking is not a one-size-fits-all strategy.
Mamy Poko is considered a key brand of the company, accounting for 70% of total company revenue in 2013.
Mohamed Lemine Ould El Mamy Minister for ICT of Mauritania were the other main features of the day.
Paraphe par le directeur general des Douanes, Mohamed Abdou Bouderbala, et son homologue mauritanien, le general Dah Ould Hamady Ould El Mamy, ce document prevoit une revision prochaine de l'accord d'assistance mutuelle signe entre les deux parties en 1991.
But airlines make such decisions based on the size ofthe business they anticipate, andagreat mamy Iraniansfy to Dubai for vacations without official inhibitions and to conduct business outside the veil of sanctions.
OF THE MAMY TECHNIQUES WE LEARN regarding effective use of our defensive handgun (or any firearm, for that matter), one important skill is often overlooked because it is so much a part of our daily lives that we don't give it a second thought.