MEPPS

AcronymDefinition
MEPPSMichigan Emergency Pharmaceutical Program for Seniors
MEPPSMultiple Entry Point Postage System (USPS)
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Daddies, Claret Hopper, Bibio and Yellow Dancer have all caught fish, while worms, Red Wigglers, Mepps spinners, orange Powerbait eggs all worked well.
To fulfill their production needs, Mepps started a program over 50 years ago to purchase the tails from hunters.
I rushed to spin the pool and was very surprised when I saw a salmon turn on my mepps at the very first cast.
I squeezed between the two MEPPs, sat in the operator's compartment, and turned the wheels to the right to have a little more clearance between both units.
Thus, to achieve the observed characteristic constancy of "quantal release" (i.e., MEPP size), the synapse must rely on secretion through many vesicles within an array of vesicles.
Fish have been higher in the water like the previous week meaning anglers have had a lot of success with float fished worm, small Mepps or Toby spinners.
Standardized fishing occurred three days per week by five experienced anglers, and each fished a standard suite of lures--a Rapala minnowbait, Mepps spinner, and jig and curlytail grub--throughout the experiment.
Initial successes were limited to catching a small number of very modest sized tiger on smaller Mepps spinners.
When the school started in 1966, it used NC-8 mobile electrical power plants (MEPPs) for the advanced training in the electrical field.
One of the most successful anglers on the lower Towy during the days of plenty in the '70s always used a Copper Mepps. His record was far, far too impressive to ignore.
But the uneatable lure they find hard to resist is a Mepps spinner cast across the tide and allowed to swing around and down before a slow 'twitching' retrieve.
Excitatory miniature endplate potentials (MEPPs) and evoked potentials (EPPs) were recorded with standard microelectrode techniques.