MECOM

AcronymDefinition
MECOMMedical Command
MECOMMediterranean Communications
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MECOM undertakes highly difficult and complex structural steelworks and high voltage power substation construction projects.
Schematic diagram of ectopic viral integration site 1 (EVI1) and MDS1/EVI1 complex (MECOM).
will acquire all of the issued and to be issued share capital of Mecom by means of a court-sanctioned scheme of arrangement under Part 26 of the Companies Act 2006.
Mecom's subsidiary Wegener is a major publisher of regional newspapers, including De Gelderlander, BN DeStem and De Twentsche Courant.
Better still, Lepore discovered, the library boasts two 1765 oil portraits by Joseph Badger -- of Jane Flagg, later Jane Flagg Greene, and Josiah Flagg (Jane's great grandchildren by her daughter, Sally Mecom Flagg).
April 5: "Life of Jane Franklin Mecom," sister of Benjamin Franklin - 10 a.m.
She married at fifteen to the 22-year-old ne'er do well, Edward Mecom, by whom she may or may not have been pregnant.
The new fault-tolerant solution will be rolled out over the next 12 months and will include two Hughes HX central hubs and broadband satellite terminals at 600 sites in the current mecom network.
Sultan shared his perspective on the outlook of the telecom sector in the coming years, at the MECOM event in Abu Dhabi.
Secureway Network Distributors, a leading distributor in the IT security and mobility sectors, recently highlighted crucial aspects and trends of the industry at the ongoing Mecom 2011, a top communication event in Abu Dhabi.
During MECOM 2011, Etisalat is presenting all the three types of clouds i.e.
The other side of the period's historical coin includes individuals such as slave poet Phyllis Wheatley and Peter Franklin Mecom, a relative of Benjamin Franklin, who spent his last years mentally ill and "tied up in a barn, like an animal." Others found themselves in debtors' prison or facing the likelihood of either dying in childbirth or at least burying many children.