MNB


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AcronymDefinition
MNBMagyar Nemzeti Bank (National Bank of Hungary)
MNBMorning News Beat (retail news; Darien, CT)
MNBMy Newsletter Builder (email marketing website)
MNBMean Normalized Bias
MNBMulti-National Brigade (NATO)
MNBMetropolitan National Bank
MNBMichigan National Bank
MNBMint Condition, No Box
MNBMultinational Bank (IMF Loans)
MNBMerchants' National Bank
MNBMonday Night Brewery (Atlanta, GA)
MNBMicrobusiness News Briefs
MNBMission and Business
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The MNB has unveiled a package of 330 recommendations that it said would help boost the country's competitiveness.
Target: MNB Bancorp, The Milford National Bank and Trust Company
Under the merger agreement each share of MNB stock will be exchanged for either 3.55 shares of Independent common stock or $275 in cash, subject to customary pro-ration procedures which will result in an aggregate stock/cash consideration mix of 75% stock/25% cash.
Last year, Naylors also sold a retail property at Newgate Street in Bishop Auckland to MNB.
However, the MNB method is an invasive procedure that requires the animal to be fitted with ruminal, duodenal and sometimes ileal fistula.
MNB "owed [the Harveys] a duty of reasonable care," according to the counterclaim filed by the Harveys' attorney, David Donovan of Little Rock.
Though less than two weeks old, MNB has provoked more comment than Katie Price and Cheryl Cole put together.
RESULTS: Exposed children had significantly higher median values for MnH (12.6 [micro]g/g) and MnB (9.5 [micro]g/L) than did nonexposed children (0.6 [micro]g/g and 8.0 [micro]g/L, respectively).
Vneshtorgbank is uniting its West European subsidiaries including MNB which VTB bought from the Russian Central Bank last year.
The formation of a MNB headquarters with its own ACE ended the requirement for the ACT and allowed the 101st Military Intelligence (Ml) Battalion to deploy several ACTs throughout the MNB-E area of operations (AO).
In Merchants National Bank of Mobile (MNB),(11) the lender had been making loans to a client for a number of years.