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Mason County, Virginia

Mason County, Virginia has existed twice in the U.S. state of Virginias history. Formed in 1788, and 1804, respectively, both counties were named for George Mason, a Virginia delegate to the 1787 Constitutional Convention, and each was separated ...

                                               

Matawin

                                               

Materials Science and Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering may refer to several journals in the field of materials science and engineering: Materials Science and Engineering A Materials Science and Engineering B Materials Science and Engineering C Materials Science and E ...

                                               

Maturity model

Maturity is a measurement of the ability of an organization for continuous improvement in a particular discipline. The higher the maturity, the higher will be the chances that incidents or errors will lead to improvements either in the quality or ...

                                               

Maximum common subgraph

In graph theory and theoretical computer science, a maximum common subgraph may mean either: Maximum common induced subgraph, a graph that is an induced subgraph of two given graphs and has as many vertices as possible Maximum common edge subgrap ...

                                               

Maximum security prison

Maximum security prison and Supermax prison are grades of high security level used by prison systems in various countries, which offer an enhanced level of security to prevent prisoners from escaping and from doing harm to other inmates or securi ...

                                               

McLean school

McLean school or MacLean school or variant may refer to: McLean Primary School, primary school in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland Macleans College, coed secondary school in Bucklands Beach, Auckland, New Zealand Macleans Primary School, primary schoo ...

                                               

Me TV

Me TV is a branding used for the following television entities: ME, the former name of the Italian shopping and movie TV channel previously called "for you" Music & Entertainment Television, an Austin, Texas cable music channel that also uses the ...

                                               

ME3 carriers

The ME3 carriers commonly refer to three Middle East airlines: Emirates, an airline based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates Etihad Airways, an airline based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Qatar Airways, an airline based in Doha, Qatar

                                               

Meatus

In anatomy, a meatus, plural "meatus" or "meatuses", is a natural body opening or canal. Meatus may refer to: the urinary meatus, which is the opening of the urethra, situated on the glans penis in males, and in the vulva in females The internal ...

                                               

Media technology

Media technology may refer to: Media technology university programmes Art media technology – Category:Visual arts media Data storage devices Electronic media technology – Category:Digital media or Category:Electronic publishing Digital media tech ...

                                               

Medieval Croatia

Medieval Croatia included the following states and regions: Red Croatia - Umbrella term for the Pagania, Zachlumija, Travunija and to a lesser extent Duklja Duchy of Pannonia - medieval duchy in existence between the 7th and 10th centuries A.D. C ...

                                               

Medieval fashion

                                               

Medieval Greece

Medieval Greece refers to geographic components of the area historically and modernly known as Greece, during the Middle Ages. These include: Byzantine Greece Early to High Middle Ages Northern Greece under the First Bulgarian Empire Kingdom of T ...

                                               

Mediterranean shearwater

Mediterranean shearwater Puffinus mauretanicus sensu lato was the name used during the 1990s for what was then regarded as a polytypic species of Puffinus shearwater, but which is now regarded as two separate monotypic species: Yelkouan shearwate ...

                                               

Mekhilta

Mekhilta is a rule of scriptural exegesis in Judaism, attributed to or written by any of several authors. The Mekhilta include: The Mekhilta of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai Mekhilta on the Book of Exodus The Mekhilta of Rabbi Ishmael Mekhilta on the B ...

                                               

Melanotan

Melanotan may refer to one of two separate peptides: Melanotan II, a drug originally developed as a skin tanning agent, but subsequently investigated as a potential treatment for sexual dysfunction Afamelanotide, originally developed under the na ...

                                               

Membrane corticosteroid receptor

                                               

Memorial High School

Amityville Memorial High School - Amityville, New York Beloit Memorial High School - Beloit, Wisconsin G. A. R. Memorial Junior Senior High School - Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Scecina Memorial High School - Indianapolis, Indiana New Hyde Park Mem ...

                                               

Menengai Geothermal Power Station

Menengai Geothermal Power Station may refer to any of the following: Menengai II Geothermal Power Station, a geothermal power station in Menengai Crater, Kenya; owned by Quantum Power East Africa Menengai I Geothermal Power Station, a geothermal ...

                                               

Meningeal artery

Meningeal artery may refer to Meningeal branches of vertebral artery Anterior meningeal branch of anterior ethmoidal artery Posterior meningeal artery Middle meningeal artery

                                               

Mercedes-Benz 560

Mercedes-Benz has sold a number of automobiles with the "560" model name: 1986–1989 560SL 1986–1989 R107 1986–1991 560SEC 1986–1991 W126 1986–1991 560SEL 1989–1991 560SE 2018 Mercedes-Maybach S 560 4MATIC 2013–current W222 2018 S 560 e Plug-In Hy ...

                                               

Mercer County, Virginia

Mercer County, Virginia has existed twice in the U.S. state of Virginias history. Formed in 1785, and 1837, respectively, both counties were named for Revolutionary War General Hugh Mercer, who was killed at the Battle of Princeton in 1777, and e ...

                                               

Meritorious Service Medal

A Meritorious Service Medal is an award presented to denote acts of meritorious service, and sometimes gallantry, that are worthy of recognition. Notable medals with similar names include: Meritorious Service Medal Cape of Good Hope Meritorious S ...

                                               

Messenian Wars

Messenian Wars refers to the wars between Messenia and Sparta in the 8th and 7th centuries BC as well as the 4th century BC. First Messenian War Third Messenian War Second Messenian War

                                               

Miao rebellions

There have been several Miao rebellions in Chinese history: Miao Rebellion 1854–73 Miao rebellions under the Ming dynasty 14th–15th centuries Miao Rebellion 1795–1806 Miao Rebellion 1735–36 Bozhou rebellion 1589–1600

                                               

Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer

Mickey Spillanes Mike Hammer may refer to: Mickey Spillanes Mike Hammer 1984 TV series, starring Stacy Keach. Mickey Spillanes Mike Hammer 1958 TV series, starring Darren McGavin. Mike Hammer, the detective character created by Mickey Spillane

                                               

Microsoft Live

The following Microsoft services have been branded with the word "Live": The Live Anywhere initiative, aimed to bring a unified online gaming and entertainment network together Windows Live, a set of services and software products mainly aimed at ...

                                               

Midland Airport

MBS International Airport KMBS/MBS, the Midland-Bay City-Saginaw International Airport, in Freeland, Michigan Midland Airpark KMDD/MDD, in Midland County, Texas Midland Army Airfield, World War II-era military airfield in Midland, Texas Jack Bars ...

                                               

Military campaigns against Mahdia

There have been several military campaigns against the Tunisian city of Mahdia, including: Capture of Mahdia 1550, in which Spanish forces besieged and captured the city In 1148 the city was sacked see Kingdom of Africa Barbary Crusade 1390, in w ...

                                               

Military Council

A military council is an approach to organization by a council with representatives from various bodies. The term "military council" applied to organisational groupings of senior ranking officers in the European armies of the 19th century during ...

                                               

Military rations

Military rations are food packets intended to feed military personnel in situations where fresh meals are not available. Types of military rations include Garrison rations and Field rations.

                                               

Ming campaigns against the Mongols

Ming campaigns against the Mongols refer to a series of battles and other military efforts conducted by the Ming dynasty against the Mongols. These include: Battle of Buir Lake, fought between the Chinese Ming army was led by General Lan Yu and M ...

                                               

Minimum cut

In graph theory, a minimum cut or min-cut of a graph is a cut that is minimal in some sense. Variations of the minimum cut problem consider weighted graphs, directed graphs, terminals, and partitioning the vertices into more than two sets.

                                               

Minister of Justice and Employment

The Minister of Justice and Employment used to be a ministerial position in the Finnish Government. The portfolio has since been divided into the following: Minister of Employment Finland Minister of Justice Finland

                                               

Minister of Social Development

                                               

Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries

The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries may refer to one of several national organisations: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries United Kingdom, later the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Danish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fis ...

                                               

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries may refer to: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Japan Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Niue Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Cambodia Minister of Agricu ...

                                               

Ministry of Construction

Ministry of Construction or Department of Construction may refer to: Ministry of Construction Soviet Union, a government department in the former Soviet Union Ministry of Construction Israel, a government department of Israel Ministry of Construc ...

                                               

Ministry of Defence

A Ministry of Defence or Defense, also known as a Department of Defence or Defense, is the common name for a part of the government found in states where the government is divided into ministries or departments, responsible for matters of defence ...

                                               

Ministry of Education and Science

A Ministry of Education and Science is a common form of government ministry popular in countries of Eastern Europe. Such bodies generally cover the functions of both a Ministry of Education and a Ministry of Science, overseeing the education of s ...

                                               

Ministry of Energy

A Ministry of Energy or Department of Energy is a government department in some countries that typically oversees the production of fuel and electricity. The person in charge of such a department is usually known as a Minister of Energy or Minist ...

                                               

Ministry of Finance

Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit Mexico Secretariat for Economy and Finance Macau National Treasury South Africa Finance Directorates Scotland New Zealand Treasury Federal Public Service Finance Belgium European Commissioner for Economic ...

                                               

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

In many countries, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the government department responsible for the states diplomacy, bilateral, and multilateral relations affairs as well as for providing support for a countrys citizens who are abroad. The entit ...

                                               

Ministry of Healthcare

                                               

Ministry of Home Affairs

Public Safety Canada Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs European Union Home Office United Kingdom Secretariat of State of Security Spain Federal Public Service Interior Belgium Home Affairs Bureau Hong Kong Secretariat of the Inte ...

                                               

Ministry of Information and Communication

Ministry of Information and Communication or Communications may refer to: Ministry of Information and Communications Nepal Ministry of Information and Communications Vietnam Ministry of Information and Communication Fiji, Fiji Ministry of Informa ...

                                               

Ministry of Islamic Affairs

A Ministry of Islamic Affairs is a Ministry found in certain Islamic countries that is responsible for advising the government on religious matters, and particularly on efforts to conform government efforts to the requirements of Islam. Examples ...

                                               

Ministry of Justice

Office of the Attorney General of Norway Office of the Attorney General of Colombia Office of the Attorney General of the Nation Panama Attorney Generals Office of Afghanistan Office of the Attorney General Myanmar Office of the Attorney General ...

                                               

Ministry of Labour

The Ministry of Labour, or Labor, also known as the Department of Labour, or Labor, is a government department responsible for setting national labour standards, labour dispute mechanisms, employment, workforce participation, training, and social ...

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