MEI

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AcronymDefinition
MEIMinistry of European Integration (various locations)
MEIMinerals Engineering International (UK)
MEIMeeting Etichette Indipendenti (Italian: Meeting of Independent Labels)
MEIMaximum Exposed Individual
MEIMiddle East Institute
MEIMultiprotocol Encapsulation Implementation
MEIMicro Electronics, Inc. (various locations)
MEIMedicare Economic Index
MEIMain Economic Indicators
MEIMinistry of Energy and Infrastructure (Ontario, Canada)
MEIMiddle East International
MEIMulti Engine Instructor
MEIMaryland English Institute
MEIMontreal Economic Institute (Canada)
MEIMathematics in Education and Industry (UK syllabus organisation)
MEIMennonite Educational Institute (Canada)
MEIMedical Examiner Investigator
MEIMonthly Economic Indicators
MEIMedium Energy Ion
MEIMunicipal and Environmental Infrastructure (EU)
MEIMeasured Equation of Invariance
MEIMaster of Electronic Imaging
MEIMuniz Engineering Inc. (multiple locations)
MEIMost Exposed Individual (risk assessment)
MEIMosaica Education, Inc. (alternative education)
MEIMolecular Electronic Transducer
MEIMeridian, MS, USA - Key Field (Airport Code)
MEIMeasuring Eco-Innovation (Netherlands)
MEIManagement Effectiveness Inspection
MEIMinistry of Electronic Industry (various nations)
MEIMultilateral Economic Institutions
MEIMaize Equivalent Income (Africa)
MEIMountain Enterprises and Infrastructure
MEIMandatory Expanded Inspection (Port State Control)
MEIMysore Electrical Industries
MEIMaintenance Engineering Inspection
MEIMissile ECM Improvement
MEIMiller Electric Incorporated
MEIManual of Engineering Instructions
MEIMaritime Education Initiative
MEIMultivariate ENSO Indicator
MEIMajor End Item
MEIMaguire Energy Institute
MEIMultiple Extension In Use
MEIMultiple Extension Internetworking
MEIMessage Exchange Interface
MEIManufacturing Engineering Instructions
MEIMaintenance Enterprise Inc (Yonkers, NY)
MEIManual Electrical Isolation (drilling)
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Department of Energy are that "the doses to the most exposed individuals remain low and well below the emergency regulatory dose limit for nuclear energy workers and the public.
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