MASCOT


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AcronymDefinition
MASCOTModular Approach to Software Construction Operation and Test (UK)
MASCOTMulticultural Advocates for Social Change on Tobacco (New Mexico)
MASCOTMarine Safety Center Office Tracking System (US Coast Guard)
MASCOTMilitary Air-Transportable Satellite Communications Terminal
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The three lucky mascots will also win a meet and greet with the senior women's team, an Electric Ireland goodie bag and we'll also throw in two free adult tickets for the eagerly anticipated game.
The design for the mascots shall comply with the pursuits of the Olympic movement and also reflect the history, culture and innovative vitality of the host city of Hangzhou.
The official mascot of the tournament was Takuma, a hippo wearing sports kit in South Africa's official yellow and green.
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"The presence of the mascots brings joy to the children and the adults.
Whether for food, income or livelihood, the use of the mascot flagship species makes biodiversity conservation and protection more exciting through social marketing.
However, in addition Everton have designated two fixtures this season - the home games against Bournemouth and Wolves - as Everton in the Community mascot packages.
MEGA-RICH Premier League football clubs are charging up to PS718 for kids to be mascots and lead out their heroes.
For the MASCOT robot, the targeted site is located in the southern hemisphere of the asteroid and is called MA-9 for the moment.
In December last year, the organisers of Tokyo 2020 Games had released a list of mascot pairs and asked Japanese schoolchildren in the country and Japanese schools outside Japan to choose the best mascots.