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AcronymDefinition
MFGManufacturing
MFGManufacturer
MFGMit Freundlichen Grüßen (German: With Best Regards)
MFGMolded Fiber Glass (industrial material)
MfGMitfahrgelegenheit (German)
MFGMarithe Francois Girbaud (French clothing company)
MFGMixed Flowing Gas (an accelerated-aging test)
MFGMolded Fiber Glass Companies (Ashtabula, OH)
MFGMessage from God (band)
MFGMarinefliegergeschwader (German Navy Air Wing)
MFGminimum funding guarantee (UK)
MFGMicrosoft Federation Gateway (identity service)
MFGMission from God (Swedish band)
MFGMore Friendly Garbage
MFGMulti-Function Gateway
MFGMaximum Family Grant (California)
MFGMann Fürs Grobe (German: Man for the Rough)
MFGMetadata Focus Group
MFGModified Frigate
MFGMizuho Financial Group, Inc. (Japan)
References in classic literature ?
Those discerning citizens are well aware that the mechanic and manufacturing arts furnish the materials of mercantile enterprise and industry.
Will not the merchant understand and be disposed to cultivate, as far as may be proper, the interests of the mechanic and manufacturing arts, to which his commerce is so nearly allied?
are questions which would be differently decided by the landed and the manufacturing classes, and probably by neither with a sole regard to justice and the public good.
I may add that I am well acquainted with our manufacturing towns in England, and have visited many mills in Manchester and elsewhere in the same manner.
Many of the circumstances whose strong influence has been at work for years in our manufacturing towns have not arisen here; and there is no manufacturing population in Lowell, so to speak: for these girls (often the daughters of small farmers) come from other States, remain a few years in the mills, and then go home for good.
manufacturing community, the National Manufacturing Week Conference will present an expanded real-world conference reflecting the manufacturing process and geared to the unique needs of small and mid-sized manufacturers.
Both product performance and manufacturing processes exhibit variation.
Ironically, the net result of this new bill, called the "American Jobs Creation Act of 2004," is likely to be further declines in manufacturing employment.
Isn't manufacturing falling as a share of gross domestic product (GDP)?
Typical component manufacturing processes demand extensive manpower and vast and specialized manufacturing facilities.
Over the next decade, today's manufacturing pressures will only intensify as OEMs demand ever-lower costs, higher quality, and greater productivity.
The result has been that comparability across service and manufacturing depended until recently on understanding the basic differences between the two sectors.
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