MIG


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MIG

Abbreviation for:
measles immune globulin
Medical Information Group
membrane immunoglobulin (surface immunoglobulin (sIg) is generally preferred)
Midwife Information Group
monoclonal immunoglobulin
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If the next San Mig Light spectacle would be half as fun as this, count me in.
* Pulsed MIG allows welding at higher deposition rates for all positions where dip or spray transfer is not applicable.
The action is being launched after the lapsing of a six-month window to seek an amicable settlement with Cyprus, MIG said.
The WNA Board of Directors has approved two new Mutual Interest Groups (MIGs), the St.
In addition, MIG Capital offers greater levels of security for its clients as it is regulated by the FSA, but also, is subject to an additional layer of internal audit and consolidated supervision by its parent bank to meet the requirements of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA).
MIG Bank is headquartered in Neuchatel, Switzerland and offers online foreign exchange contracts for difference, bullion trading and a growing array of banking services.
"The fighter jet brand has a long history and there are people at very high decision levels that want MiG to stay alive.
After Algeria returned the 15 faulty MiG fighters to Russia, it asked Moscow to supply an extra 16 Su-30s instead of the 34 MiGs, according to a report by the Moscow-based Center for Analysis of Strategies and Technologies.
MIG claims it thought the shares would convert as common stock.
Murex Welding Products offers a broad range of MIG (metal inert gas) welding machines with a choice of control panels, as well as accessories and equipment for automated or semi-automated welding.
Global Banking News-2 October 2008-Greece's MIG plans capital increase(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Mobile Interactive Group (MIG), a provider of multimedia mobile interactive services, has secured an exclusive 12-month contract with Shelter, a housing and homeless charity in the UK.