MEF

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AcronymDefinition
MEFMarine Expeditionary Force
MEFMinisterio de Economía y Finanzas (Spanish)
MEFMetro Ethernet Forum
MEFManaged Extensibility Framework (Microsoft .NET)
MEFMobile Entertainment Forum
MEFModernized E-File (IRS)
MEFMiddle East Forum (think tank)
MEFMaster in Economics and Finance (various schools)
MEFMinistry of Environment and Forestry (various locations)
MEFMajor Economies Forum
MEFMouse Embryonic Fibroblast
MEFMost Expressive Feature
MEFMessage Exchange Format
MEFModified Energy Factor
MEFMediterranean Expeditionary Force (Gallipoli)
MEFMovies Explained For (YouTube)
MEFMalaysian Employers Federation
MEFMother Earth Foundation (Philippines)
MEFMalaita Eagle Force
MEFMission Endowment Fund (various organizations)
MEFMedical Education Foundation (various locations)
MEFMuseo Paleontológico Egidio Feruglio (Patagonia, Argentina)
MEFMean Effective Pressure
MEFMiddle East Force
MEFMaximum Expiratory Flow
MEFMetal-Enhanced Fluorescence
MEFMission Essential Function
MEFMADS Box Transcription Enhancer Factor
MEFMaster Earnings File
MEFMindolo Ecumenical Foundation (Zambia)
MEFMeksika Esperanto-Federacio (Mexican National Convention of Esperanto)
MEFMask Error Factor
MEFMaximum Elevation Figures (aeronautics)
MEFMartin Ennals Foundation (Switzerland)
MEFMaximum Expansion Factor (bullets)
MEFMission Execution Forecast (Air Force Weather Briefings)
MEFMinimum Essential Force
MEFMinimum Essential Facility
MEFMajor Equipment File
MEFMission Essential Force
MEFMères et Femmes (French: Mothers Are Women; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
MEFMinistry Expansion Fund
MEFMobility Enhancement Fund
MEFMartingale Estimating Functions
MEFMaterials Exposure Facility
MEFMagnetics Environmental Filter
MEFMontville Education Foundation
MEFMature Equivalent of Fat
MEFMinimum Elevation Figure (aeronautical maps)
MEFMission Equipment Facility
MEFMouse Embryo Feeder (cells)
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Sailing with the British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, he developed sepsis from an infected mosquito bite and died on French hospital ship the Duguay-Trouin.
Christmas postcards: above, Mesopotamia, World War I, Christmas 1917; below, Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, December 17, 1915.
In this timely consideration, Rhys Crawley's Climax at Gallipoli provides an important revisionist account of that campaign's August 1915 final offensive by the British-led Mediterranean Expeditionary Force (MEF).
Later that month Brooke died from an infected mosquito bite he got a month earlier sailing with the British Mediterranean Expeditionary force.
The original monument was unveiled on Saturday April 2, 1920 by General Sir Ian Hamilton GCB, GCMG, MG, DSO., a British Army general who commanded the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force during the Battle of Gallipoli in 1915-6.
He sailed with the British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force on February 28, 1915 but developed septic pneumonia from an infected mosquito bite.
During World War One, he joined the armed forces and was appointed medical officer to the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, based on Lemnos in the Aegean.
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