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Abbreviation for monoiodotyrosine.

MIT

monoiodotyrosine.
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Miser is Servelec's suite of decision-support tools for optimal water management, asset and resource planning.
Every law-enforcement agency would have a helicopter and a plane if they could afford it," adds Miser, citing search-and-rescue and firefighting as key uses.
Though the "Human Fuse" looks like a movie stunt, Miser says he did his own research and created his gear himself, choosing a hightech fabric called Carbonex.
According to the company, United Federal Credit Union selected MISER because of its ability to scale in support of the company's growth strategy as well as its lending, collections and charge-off functionality, which will help the credit union increase income on deposit accounts.
Andy Gray certainly deserves to be named as Scotland's top export as he offers a comedy performance to bring tears of laughter to your eyes as the ultimate penny-pinching, coin-grasping, cash-hoarding, money-loving skinflint known to one and all as The Miser.
His Energy Miser columns, written exclusively for PLASTICS TECHNOLOGY, are adapted from his indispensable book, Energy Management in Plastics Processing (265 pages, $160 plus shipping), published last year by Plastics Information Direct in the U.
Dickens' classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, a hard-hearted miser who learns the value of love and family after being visited by the ghosts of Christmases past, present and future, gets the full Broadway treatment and promises to be as mesmerizing as the Madison Square Garden extravaganza.
A Christmas Carol is a Victorian morality tale of old, bitter miser Ebenezer Scrooge, who finds a profound redemption over the course of one evening.
This was a chest of gold bullion hidden under the streets of Liverpool in Victorian times by a miser.
You don't need to be a fictional 19th Century miser to get that sinking feeling every time Christmas rolls around.
The company recently made a significant donation to the flexography program at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT): the latest version of its Ink Miser computerized ink batching system.
Marley's Boast by Marv Gold is a "sequel" to the famous work by Charles Dickens, "A Christmas Carol", and is set on Christmas Eve 1860, some seventeen years after Scrooge underwent his transformation from miser to benefactor because of his experiences with the ghosts of Christmases past, present and future.