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AcronymDefinition
MEADMedicaid for Employed Adults with Disabilities
MeADMaine Association of the Deaf
MEADMIDIS Electronics ASIC Development
MEADMaintenance Engineering Analysis Data
MEADMemphis Army Depot
MEADMaine Academic Decathlon (Monmouth, ME)
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Beer for the lads of the forest, mead for the gleeman, strong waters for the tinker, and wine for the rest.
It would take a clever man to live upon thy labor, Hugh," remarked one of the foresters, "seeing that the half of thy time is spent in swilling mead at the `Pied Merlin.
There are only a couple of bars that sell Mead, and only two types.
Most of the public is still unaware that mead is the "new" and upcoming thing, but canning mead is unheard of in the current mead industry and market alone.
There's only a couple of bars that sell Mead, and only two types.
More recently, mead was better known as a saccharine elixir poured at Renaissance festivals.
The agreement calls for Mead Johnson to become a new division of Reckitt Benckiser (RB), and for its global Enfamil and Nutramigen infant and children's nutrition brands to join RB's broad consumer health portfolio, which includes such brands as Mucinex, Durex and Clear asil.
As a result of this transaction, Mead Johnson will become a new division of RB with its globally-recognised Enfamil and Nutramigen brands joining RB's portfolio of leading consumer health brands.
Mead replaces Tom Kapfer, who has served as BVI's president and CEO since August 2010.
The addition of Rittman Mead India enhances Huron's EPM and Analytics offerings to clients on a global scale, while also providing a local presence for clients based in India.
Barbara Mead, 78, died at Preswylfa Care Home in Rhyl after a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostostomy (PEG) inserted into her stomach to feed her direct was somehow pulled out.
According to Mead, each insurer has an indivisible duty to provide Mead with a full defense and/or indemnification of defense costs, and full indemnification of settlements or judgments "in which any part of the continuous and/or progressive injury process is alleged to have existed during any part of a policy period of the Policy or Policies issued by the [Insurers], subject only to the applicable limit of liability, if any, contained in that Insurer's Policy or Policies.