MNM

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AcronymDefinition
MNMEminem (rapper)
MNMMini Network Monitor
MNMMulti Network Manager
MNMMarker Name Mapping
MNMMicrosoft Netmeeting
MNMMalaria No More (advocacy)
MNMMitsubishi Nagasaki Machinery (Japan)
MNMModeling and Methodology
MNMMuseum of New Mexico
MNMManufactured Nanomaterial
MNMMobile Network Management
MNMMercury, Nitro, Melina (wrestling)
MNMMenominee, MI, USA - Twin County Airport (Airport Code)
MNMMagnet-Less Non-Reciprocal Metamaterial (microwaves)
MNMMuziek en Meer (Dutch: Music and More; radio station)
MNMMulti-Network Manager (Globesoft)
MNMMaster of Non-Profit Management
MNMMetal and Non-Metal (aka: M/Nm)
MNMManagement Mode (Cisco)
MNMMetromail Neighborhood Management
MNMMetromail Neighborhood March
MNMMean Number of Class Methods
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The rise in the metal and non-metal industry in this region is one of the major drivers of growth.
The topics range from in-depth reviews and detailed case studies on the hydrogeological and/or geochemical aspects of both operating and closed metal and non-metal mines to cursory accounts of modeling exercises and environmental impact assessments.
The Labor Department's Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has called for comment from the public on a proposal to revise safety regulations on the use of electricity in underground coal mines and all metal and non-metal (non-coal) mines.
Separate notices of the proposed rule changes for underground coal mining and for metal and non-metal mining appeared in the Federal Register on Dec.
The proposed revision of the existing electrical safety standards apply to Part 75, Title 30, Code of Federal Regulations (underground coal mining), and Parts 56 and 57 of Title 30 (metal and non-metal surface and underground mining, respectively).
based on differing mining environments in the coal and the metal and non-metal industries, differences between surface and underground mining characteristics, and varying risk factors such as the added risk of gas explosions occurring in certain types of mines, but not others.
Proposed electrical safety standards for metal and non-metal mines include a new requirement that certain electrical work be done only by electricians found to be qualified under an operator's training program.