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MO

 
Medical Officer.

MO

Abbreviation for mineral oil; Medical Officer.

Mo

Symbol for molybdenum.

MO

Medical Officer.

Mo

molybdenum.

MO

abbr.
1. mail order
2. medical officer
3. also Mo. Missouri
4. modus operandi
5. money order

Mo

symbol for the element molybdenum.

mo

A regional slang term for marijuana.

MO

Abbreviation for:
mandibular organ
manually operated
Master of Obstetrics
Master of Osteopathy
Medical Officer
medulla oblongata
membrane oxygenator
mesial occlusal
metal oxide
methyl orange
microorganisms
mineral oil
mitral opening
Molybdenum
monoclonal
mono-oxygenase
months
morbid obesity
morbidly obese
morphine
monocyte
multiple osteochondromas
mustard oil
myositis ossificans

Mo

Symbol for molybdenum

MO

Abbrev. for Master of Obstetrics.

MO

Abbreviation for mineral oil.

Mo

Symbol for molybdenum.

Mo

chemical symbol, molybdenum.
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Keytesville R-III School District - Keytesville, Missouri
On election day, 66 percent of Missouri voters cast a ballot in favor of Proposition C, making the RES law.
Pepperdine's Chad Tracy walks to the dugout as Missouri players celebrate their win in the NCAA Malibu Regional championship.
22ND MARINES, WWII--October 10-14, 2006, Branson, Missouri, Contact Jim Reed, Phone (847) 398-4849.
Tall, lanky Hugh McNeal stretched his long legs until he stood with one foot on either side of the creek and exclaimed, "I thank God that I have lived to bestride the Missouri.
Renaud is adjunct instructor at the University of Missouri.
There are plenty of Bob Shadwells in the Dakotas, people whose Missouri River recreation businesses need water in the worst way from federally managed dams.
Missouri was the twelfth fastest-growing state in the country.
The whole time Boone was in Missouri and traveling out West, the Indians back in Indiana continued to tend the 500 apple trees Boone had sold to them.
The lawsuit--originally deemed frivolous--is based on a Missouri law dating back to 1869, which guarantees a tuition-free education to "all youths, resident of the state of Missouri, over the age of 16 years.
As Missouri governor, he vetoed a Sunday liquor sales bill, signed into law the first Missouri restrictions on underage smoking, restricted rentals of violent movies to minors, and cracked down on casual drug use (even as one of his top aides was exposed by a squealing college buddy as a pothead and coke-sniffer and quietly resigned).
In 1820, the Missouri Compromise had cooled tempers between North and South by admitting Missouri to the nation as a slave state while banning slavery in a huge chunk of the land gained from France in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803.

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