MCRS


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AcronymDefinition
MCRSMinnesota Companion Rabbit Society
MCRSMobility Capabilities and Requirements Study
MCRSManagement Control Reporting System
MCRSMennonite Coalition for Refugee Support (Kitchener, Waterloo, Canada)
MCRSMarine Corps Recruiting Station
MCRSMicro Computer Repair Services (Ann Arbor, MI)
MCRSMetropolitan Center for Regional Studies
MCRSMorongo Casino Resort & Spa (Morongo Band of Mission Indians; Cabazon, CA)
MCRSMagnetic Canine Reward System (Belgium)
MCRSModular Common Rail System (Robert Bosch GmbH)
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The MCRS has been found to be a valid and reliable self-report measure of attitudes with a coefficient alpha of 0.
Each participant was required to complete a self-report pre-questionnaire after orientation to the course; it included demographic questions and the MCRS questions.
Cummins new NanoNet fuel filtration gives superior fuel cleanliness and enhances the durability of the MCRS system--an important advantage for mining engines required to operate anywhere in the world with varying fuel quality.
However, longer-term we think that MCRS shares could trade at a premium to the peer group average due to the company's superior competitive position and relatively high exposure to foreign markets, which is expected to grow faster than the U.
MICROS's stock is traded through NASDAQ under the symbol MCRS.
Children's Hospital was ranked as the most esteemed medical institution, and Staples was ranked as the local for-profit company with the best reputation, according to the results of the third annual MCRS.
Following Harvard, the organizations rounding out the 2005 MCRS top 10 are: Boston University, Children's Hospital, Tufts University, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston College, Northeastern University, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and Staples, respectively.
Half the Massachusetts executives responding to the third annual MCRS believe recent mergers and acquisitions have reduced the region's economic influence in the U.