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AcronymDefinition
MIMichigan (US postal abbreviation)
MIMile
MIMiddle Initial
MIMyocardial Infarction (heart attack)
MIMortgage Insurance
MIMore Info
MIMusic Industry
MIMil' (Soviet helicopter designer)
MIMission Impossible
MIMonkey Island (game)
MIMilitary Intelligence
MIMalawi
MIMercer Island (Washington)
MIMerritt Island (Florida)
MIMariana Islands
MIMisiones (Argentina province, airline code)
MIMiscellaneous (work) Item
MIMarket Index
MIMajor Issue
MIMarine Institute
MIMarket Intelligence
MIMaking It
MIManagement Information
MIMonsters, Inc. (movie)
MIMotivational Interviewing (counseling/clinical psychology)
MIMentally Ill
MIShallow (METAR descriptor)
MIMarine Insurance
MIMutual Information
MIMultiple Intelligences
MIManhattan Institute
MIMethylisothiazolinone (preservative)
MIMare Island (California)
MIMathematical Institute (various locations)
MIMathematical Induction
MIMineral Insulated
MIMedical Inspection
MIManagement Interface
MIMilken Institute
MIMaster Instructor
MIMinority Institutions
MIMalleable Iron
MIMarginal Income
MIMicroscopic Imager
MIMouseInfo (Disney)
MIMedicare Interactive (health care rights information)
MIMinority Interest (accounting)
MIMaterial Inspection
MIMovement Instructions (US DoD)
MIMachine Intelligence
MIMessage Indicator
MIMillennium Institute
MIMaster Interface (US Army)
MIMedical Instrumentation
MIMyo-Inositol
MIMinister of Information
MIMultiple Inheritance (objected oriented programming)
MIMobile Infrastructure
MIMilano - Milan (Lombardia, Italy)
MIModel Identification
MIMicrosatellite Instability
MIModel Integration
MIMalaysian Idol (TV series)
MIMijns Inziens (Dutch)
MIManual Input
MIMachine Independent
MIMaintenance Item
MIMisión Internacional (Guatemala, license plates)
MIMedically Indigent
MIMetropolitan Institute
MIMechanical Inspection
MIMemphis Industries (record label)
MIMobility Impairment
MIMiddle Infielder (baseball; 2nd baseman or shortstop)
MIMobile Infantry (Starship Troopers)
MIMaritime Interdiction
MIMeasurement Interval
MIMedical Investigator
MIMain Injector
MIMinor Irrigation (India)
MIMode Indicator
MIMeat Inspector
MIMobility International, Inc (Bridgeport, MI)
MIMarine Inspection (US Coast Guard)
MIMaster Instruction (computer instruction set)
MIMission Impact
MIManagement Indicator
MIMarching Illini
MIModular Instruments (National Instruments)
MIManpower Information
MIMalteser International (Malta)
MIMark Industries
MIMarket Investigation
MIMultibus Interface
MIMellon Institute (building at Carnegie Mellon University)
MIMonumental Inscription (burial grounds)
MIMilitia Immaculatae (Militia of the Immiculata)
MIMaster Innholder (UK)
MIMitral Incompetence (medical)
MIMillennia Institute (Singapore)
MIMolar to Incisor (teeth)
MIMarine Instructor
MIMultiple Instruction Stream
MIModification Instruction
MIMetal Illumination
MIManufacturing Instruction
MIMigrante International (activist group)
MIMedia Immersion
MIMechanical Investing
MIMichel Catalog (philatelic catalog)
MIMulti-Installation
MIManufacturing Inspector
MIMath Investigation (education)
MIMica Insulated
MIMetamerism Index
MIMembership Interview
MIMarginal Inscription (philately)
MIMorse-Ingersoll (Beloit College Hall)
MIMissed Intercept (combat aviation)
MIMultiple-Instruction-Stream Computer
MIMissile Item
MIMafic Index (geology)
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