MPL

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AcronymDefinition
MPLMozilla Public License (Mozilla Source Code license)
MPLMultiple
MPLMilwaukee Public Library (Wisconsin)
MPLMonophosphoryl Lipid A
MPLMulti-Purpose Lighter (various companies)
MPLMulti-Crew Pilot License (International Civil Aviation Organization)
MPLMedibank Private Limited (Australia)
MPLModular Prosthetic Limb
MPLMozilla Public License
MPLMulti Programming Level
MPLMaximum Packet Lifetime
MPLMulti Programming Language
MPLMultischedule Private Line
MPLMcAllen Public Library (McAllen, TX)
MPLMedial Patellar Luxation (biology)
MPLMiscellaneous Professional Liability (insurance)
MPLMathematical Programming Language (computer programming)
MPLMars Polar Lander
MPLMoosenet Prediction League (UK)
MPLMessage Passing Library (software)
MPLManchester Public Library (Connecticut)
MPLMarine Physical Laboratory
MPLManitowoc Public Library (Wisconsin)
MPLMunicipal Parking Lot (various locations)
MPLMinneapolis Public Library
MPLMarginal Product of Labor (economics)
MPLMedical Professional Liability (insurance)
MPLMicro-Pulse LIDAR
MPLMaximum Permissible Level
MPLMechanical Parts List
MPLMyeloproliferative Leukemia Virus Oncogene
MPLMilford Public Library (various locations)
MPLMobile Pixel Link
MPLMaternity and Parental Leave (regulations; UK)
MPLMemphis Public Library (Memphis, TN)
MPLMaximum Possible Loss (insurance)
MPLMessenger Plus! Live
MPLMonticello Public Library (various locations)
MPLMonrovia Public Library (Monrovia, CA)
MPLMacro Processing Language (computer programming)
MPLMultiprogramming Level
MPLMarysville Public Library (various locations)
MPLMerrimack Public Library (New Hampshire)
MPLMaximum Permitted Level
MPLMaster of Planning (degree)
MPLMiddletown Public Library (various locations)
MPLMinimum Presentation Level (retail standard)
MPLMontpellier, France - Frejorgues (Airport Code)
MPLMovimiento Patria Libre (Spanish: Free Patriotic Movement)
MPLMaster Parts List
MPLMulti-Pilot License
MPLMinnesota Power and Light
MPLMandatory Parts List
MPLMaximum Penalized Likelihood (method)
MPLMcCartney Publishing Limited (UK)
MPLMultiplex Payload Length (field)
MPLMultiplex Payload Length
MPLMember of Provincial Legislature
MPLModern Physics Letters
MPLMinimum Power Level
MPLMaintenance Parts List
MPLMobile Plant Licence
MPLMilitary Psychology and Leadership (Canadian military course)
MPLMessage-Passing Language
MPLMulti-Schedule Private Line
MPLMotion Programming Language
MPLMaster Procedure List
MPLMonthly Purchase Limit
MPLMaster Publications Library
MPLMulti-Platform Launcher
MPLMicrophysics Lab
MPLMADS Program Language
MPLMaterial Parts List
MPLMulti Precision Lab
MPLMetals Preparation Line
MPLMajor Problem List
MPLManaged Private Lines (Ciena)
MPLMetropolitan Private Line (telecommunications)
MPLMonthly Private Line
MPLMario Party Legacy (online gaming forum)
MPLMaster of Arts in Public Policy and International Law (degree; American University; Paris, France)
MPLMaximum Procurement Level
MPLManager Première Ligne (French: First Line Manager)
References in periodicals archive ?
The Mars Polar Lander will drop probes that will bury themselves in the ground to run tests.
In December 1999, the Mars Polar Lander (MPL) was lost near the planet's south pole.
Ever since NASA lost contact with the Mars Polar Lander in late 1999, minutes before it was to have parachuted onto the Red Planet, astronomers have been looking for the craft's remains.
Antes, en 1993, el Mars Observer se perdio; las naves Lars Climate Observer y Mars Polar Lander, en 1999, fracasaron en su intento de enviar mas datos de Marte a la Tierra.
A MYSTERIOUS radio signal that reignited the search for Nasa's Mars Polar Lander probably did not originate from the red planet after all.
I HAVE to admit I do feel a little sorry for the NASA scientists who this week finally had to admit the loss of the Mars Polar Lander at a cost of $165 million.
During its orbit, it was also due to serve as the communications relay for a second spaceship, Mars Polar Lander, which is due to touch down on December 3.
A microphone blasted up to the red planet on the Mars Polar Lander mission will pick up any noises such as wind, dust storms and electrical discharges.
Minutes before the Mars Polar Lander was expected to touch down on the Red Planet on Dee.
Next I assisted in the guidance of the Mars Polar Lander. Unfortunately, it crashed--not the navigator's fault!