MCk

AcronymDefinition
MCkMaster Cook (US Navy)
MCkMcKinsey & Company (consulting firm)
MCkMountain Club of Kenya (est. 1949)
MCkMandi, Cuci, Kakus (Indonesian: npublic bathing, washing and toilet facilities)
MCkMohawk Council of Kahnawake (Quebec)
MCkMaintenance Check
MCkMission Computer Keyboard (US Air Force)
MCkMon Colle Knights (children's TV show)
MCkMirror Classes Kit
MCkMedical College, Kottayam (India)
MCkMotor Connection Kit
MCkMcCook, NE, USA - Municipal (Airport Code)
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In the notice, the MCK said media organisations seeking registration with the Registrar of Societies or the NGO Coordinating Bureau were required to present a 'Letter of No Objection' from the Council.
The mother church had moved to court to stop the region from inaugurating its own leaders.INDEPENDENCEOn Sunday, three police vehicles had parked outside MCK Ribe Thomas Wakefield Memorial Church in Rabai, Kilifi County, to stop the ceremony from taking place only to be met by a surprise "inaugural" speech from Bishop Sanga.
B and Mck is a subsidiary of US law firm Baker McKenzie.
Fitch has affirmed MCK's Long-Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'BBB+' and Short-Term IDR at 'F2'.
This relationship is presented in Figure Two, with a modest correlation between institutional ranking and performance on the MCK test of .40.
to what extent differential effects of demographic characteristics on the acquisition of MCK and MPCK exist (equity);
McK.'s is an exemplary work of historical scholarship on these Italian expatriates.
(NYSE: MCK), an information technology and healthcare services company for hospitals, physicians, home care providers, and medical supply companies, tops the list.
McK.: One of God's greatest promises is that He forgives, everyone who sincerely turns to Him in repentance and faith--no matter who they are, how old they are or what they have done.
Falconbridge has signed on with two junior mining companies, MCK Mining Corp.
The company chose to integrate two of MCK Communications' EXTender 6000s, specifically designed to support offices with 24 employees or less.
McK. Paul of the University of Warwick in Coventry, England, and others appears in the May 11 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS.