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AcronymDefinition
MRADMilliradian
MRADMaster of Radiology (UK)
MRADMillion Radiation Absorbed Dose
MRADMission Requirements and Allocations Document
MRADMateriel Receipt Acknowledgement Document
MRADManipulative Radar Deception
MRADModular Return Air Disinfection
MRADMarshall Research and Development Corporation (Woburn, Massachusetts)
MRADMost Relevant Available Data
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When the error [[epsilon].sub.2] is constant, the error [[epsilon].sub.2r] decreases with the increase of the working elevation angle [beta] of the dish concentrator and the error [[epsilon].sub.2r] equals to 0 mrad when [beta] = 90[degrees].
When approaching projects, Mrad has a clear process.
Mrad adds, "I approach sustainability in two ways, by choosing the building orientation and the building skin carefully.
Then 45 of the right knees received MAT with the prepared meniscal allografts (0 Mrad group, 1.5 Mrad group, and 2.5 Mrad group, 15 in each group), whereas the remaining 15 right knees received no MAT surgeries (Meni group).
"In 2010, Hertz embarked on a three year plan to become the fastest, easiest and most valued car rental company in the world, and a market leader across the Middle East," said Mrad. "This coincided with the opening of a Hertz Middle East and Africa corporate office in Dubai as our most significant investment into the region.
"In 2010, Hertz embarked on a three-year plan to become the fastest, easiest and most valued car rental company in the world, and a market leader across the Middle East," said Mrad. "This coincided with the opening of a Hertz Middle East and Africa corporate office in Dubai as our most significant investment into the region.
"Grab your classiest outfit and prepare to lose yourself in the house remixes of DJ Said Mrad," said organisers.
He never reveals the back-story of Mrad's character, who remains in a state of psychological paralysis, unable to communicate or connect with his wife and children.
The chip provides less than 2 milli-radians (mrad) root-mean-square (rms) noise at 2.1 GHz and 3.5 mrad rms noise at 3.5 GHz, and well-suited for local oscillator (LO) applications in next-generation base station radio transceivers such as Long-Term Evolution (LTE), Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX), and multi-standard radios.
Ahmad Smaili and Fouad Mrad. Oxford University Press, 198 Madison A re., New York, NY 10016-4314.
The BioValve [TM] can be irradiated at 60 kGy (6 Mrad) with no detectable weakening and can be autoclaved repeatedly at 134 C for 30 minutes.
Irradiation has been shown to have less effect on mechanical properties of wood than does steam sterilization (Hansen 1972), although at high dosage (such as 10 Mrad) effects may result in measurable weight loss (Smith and Sharman 1971).