MOR

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AcronymDefinition
MORMorelos (State of México)
MORMathematics of Operations Research
MORMinistry of Railways (China)
MORMeals on the Run (various locations)
MORMinistry of Revenue (various locations)
MORMother of Runes (gaming)
MORMerchant of Record (financial fervices)
MORMidwest Orthopaedics at Rush (Chicago, IL)
MORManagement by Objectives and Results (methodology)
MORMemorandum of Reprimand (military censure)
MORModulus of Rupture
MORMagneto Optical Recording
MORManaged Object Repository
MORManager Once Removed
MORMid-Ocean Ridge
MORMasters of Reality (band)
MORManagement of Risk (also seen as M_o_R; UK)
MORModel-Order-Reduction
MORMorendo (music; dying away in tone and time)
MORMonthly Operating Report
MORMedication Observation Record
MORMinimum Order Requirement
MORMeteorological Optical Range
MORMortality Odds Ratio
MORMortal Oscillatory Rate (Royal Rife)
MORMilitary Operations Research
MORMission Operations Review
MORMiddle-Of-Road
MORMandatory Occurrence Report (aviation)
MORMission Operations Room
MORMouvements Oculaires Rapides (French: Rapid Eye Movements)
MORMaster of Operations Research (College degree)
MORMonthly Organizational Report
MORMemorandum Of Record
MORMilitary Operational Requirement (NATO acronym)
MORMedian Odds Ratio
MORMulti-wavelength Optical Repeater
MORMission Operations Report
MORMonthly Operating Review
MORMaster Ordnance Repair
MORMedical Officer Report
MORModel of Record
MORMail Order Rule
MORMinister of Reality (band)
MORMarket Opportunity Rating
MORMotor Operated Rheostat
MORManufacturing Operation Recovery
MORManagement Operating Ratio
MORMid-Ocean Range
MORMultinational Opportunity Registration
MORMonthly Obligation Report
MORMission, Base Operations, Renovation (US Army)
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Under US bankruptcy law, companies in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection are required to file monthly operating reports with the US Trustee, as well as quarterly reports filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
It is necessary for Frontier to file monthly operating reports to the US Trustee and quarterly reports with the US Securities and Exchange Commission as the company is in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection.
UAL Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: UALAQ), the parent company of United Airlines, has filed its October Monthly Operating Report with the United States Bankruptcy Court.
UAL Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: UALAQ), the holding company owning United Airlines, has filed its August Monthly Operating Report with the United States Bankruptcy Court.
UAL Corp, the parent company of the bankrupt carrier United Airlines, has reported a net loss of USD114m for October 2004 as part of its monthly operating report to the bankruptcy court.
Under US bankruptcy laws, companies in Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection are required to file monthly operating reports to the US Trustee in addition to quarterly reports with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
As the case progresses, the debtor must file monthly operating reports and other information required by the court's local rules or by the United States trustee.
It provides trade creditors access to financial information regarding the debtor - information which may have been unavailable prior to the bankruptcy filing, such as: (1) bankruptcy schedules describing the debtor's assets and liabilities; (2) monthly operating reports detailing the debtor's profit or loss; and (3) bi-weekly interim statements itemizing all of the debtor's bank account activity.
Every bankruptcy court requires monthly operating reports, including cash flow and profit-and-loss statements and monthly balance sheets.
With a full accounting system, they are able to produce monthly operating reports immediately after the month ends.
Previous three years of Lick Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant monthly operating reports
Under US bankruptcy laws, companies in Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection are required to file monthly operating reports to the US Trustee and quarterly operating reports with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
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