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MKMarket
MKMark
MKMichael Kors (designing)
MKMagic Kingdom (Disney)
MKMary Kay (cosmetics company)
MKMortal Kombat
MKMario Kart (video game)
MKMilton Keynes
MKMankind
MKMaintenance Kit (various companies)
MKMonkey King (film)
MKMushroom Kingdom (Mario video games)
MKMark Knopfler (singer/songwriter)
MKMein Kampf (German: My Struggle)
MKMaster Key
MKMuthuvel Karunanidhi (Indian politician)
MKMahkamah Konstitusi (Indonesia)
MKUmkhonto We Sizwe (Afrikaans-Spear of the Nation, South African Black Underground Movement)
MKUmkhonto We Sizwe (Spear of the Nation)
MKMechanical Keyboards, Inc. (Fairview, TN)
MKMember of Knesset (Israeli Parliament)
MKMacedonia (former Yugoslav Republic of) (ISO Country Identifier)
MKAir Mauritius (IATA airline code)
MKMountain King (gaming)
MKMorrison Knudsen
MKMong Kok (Hong Kong)
MKMichelle Kwan (figure skater)
MKMarvel Knights (comic)
MKMidkine
MKMissionary Kid
MKMercy Killing
MKMebyon Kernow (Cornish Nationalist Party)
MKMount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania, Africa)
MKMenkes Disease
MKMagyar Köztársaság (Republic of Hungary)
MKMachinery Technician (US Coast Guard Rating)
MKMaschinenkanone (German: machine cannon)
MKMarburger Konvent (federation German fraternities)
MKMontreal Kosher
MKManufacturing Knowledge
MKManual Keying
MKMystic Kingdom (online gaming)
MKMetre Kelvin (thermal conductivity watt per metre Kelvin)
MKMulty Kontact (UK plug and socket manufacturer)
MKM-M-M-M-Monster Kill (Unreal Tournament)
MKMonk Killers (gaming clan)
References in classic literature ?
"Now Pigling Bland, son Pigling Bland, you must go to market. Take your brother Alexander by the hand.
As we have received certain very disquieting information concerning the value of these shares, we must ask you to adjust the account before closing hours to-day, or we shall be compelled to place the shares upon the market.
In well-ordered States they are commonly those who are the weakest in bodily strength, and therefore of little use for any other purpose; their duty is to be in the market, and to give money in exchange for goods to those who desire to sell and to take money from those who desire to buy.
The officer in command at Market Burnham Hall would be obliged if Captain Granet would favour him with an immediate interview, with reference to the events of last night.
They went along amid the laughter of all who met them till they came to Market Bridge, when the Donkey, getting one of his feet loose, kicked out and caused the Boy to drop his end of the pole.
The need of a constantly expanding market for its products chases the bourgeoisie over the whole surface of the globe.
They lived on this as long as it lasted; and then her husband bought a fresh lot of ware, and she sat herself down with it in the corner of the market; but a drunken soldier soon came by, and rode his horse against her stall, and broke all her goods into a thousand pieces.
Fleet Market, at that time, was a long irregular row of wooden sheds and penthouses, occupying the centre of what is now called Farringdon Street.
Here's your market. There isn't a competitor in the valley.
We could do this easily enough by depressing the market and frightening the holders.
Not until then for the first time did she venture to recall how she had looked over her shoulder before turning out of the town, and had seen the sign of the White Lion hanging across the road, and the fluttering market booths, and the old grey church, and the little crowd gazing after her but not attempting to follow her.
It is also necessary to know what tribunals in different places should have different things under their jurisdiction, and also what things should always come under the cognisance of the same magistrate; as, for instance, decency of manners, shall the clerk of the market take cognisance of that if the cause arises in the market, and another magistrate in another place, or the same magistrate everywhere: or shall there be a distinction made of the fact, or the parties?