MUAT

AcronymDefinition
MUATMobile Underwater Acoustic Unit
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Mr Muat saw his wife die after a long battle against a terminal illness in 1984 and even now the trauma of the event is too difficult for him to talk about.
Muat, of Bowring Park Avenue, Huyton, was found guilty of breaching the order on three separate occasions between November 2003 and February 2004.
[11] For example, in Chiang Mai there were 97 urban and 243 rural monasteries (hua wat) in Chiang Mai, comprising 23 clerical districts (muat ubosot).
II 643.17, wuo engi ist thiu phorta inti bithungan weg 'quam angusta porta et arta via' Tatian 40:10, ther ni thuingit sinaz muat 'he who does not restrain his passion' Otf.
Muat endlessly bullied his "vulnerable and simple" friend before battering him to death on a fishing trip in a Merseyside park.
Nathan Muat tormented his supposed pal Peter Seeclear, a vulnerable Muslim man who he brutally battered to death on a fishing trip in Stadt Moers park in Whiston.
The jalanan groups had names like "Apa Adanya" (Whatever there is), "Amok" (To run amok), "Muat" (To include, or accommodate) and "Sukar Maju" (Difficult to progress).
Alexander Muat, 88, was found guilty at Liverpool Crown Court of three breaches of the Asbo.
Avenue Coventry's Steve Tate, Greg Sampson, Colin Jacox and Graham Ashby won their first game 19-18 against Sleaford Town's (Lincs) Lou Meadows, Richard Barnes, Trevor Cope and Andrew Bird and then lost their second round tie 18-14 to Duncan Wilson, Martin Crellin, Fergus Muat and Alec Atkinson of the Manchester Commonwealth BC.
The largest among the projects is that of PT Perusahaan Bongkar Muat Jasa Trisari with a planned investment of Rp 192 billion.