American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. mail order
- abbr. medical officer
- abbr. Missouri.
- abbr. modus operandi
- abbr. money order
- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Macao.
- abbr. Missouri, a state of the United States of America.
- abbr. Moderate Intellectual Disability, a disability often requiring special education services.
- abbr. stock symbol Altria Group
- Modus operandi.
- banking Money order.
- military medical officer (British army)
“MO 'BITTER BLUES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline =' MO\ 'BITTER BLUES'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: Clarence Thomas\' autobiography, is a vivid and dramatic display of obfuscatory finger-pointing which is why it probably should be ignored. ”
“One morning on opening day in MO I got to my stand before dawn and climbed up to wait for daylight.”
“I agree Jim in MO, in the class NC has a blind door shot.”
“Like Jim in MO said the firewood aspect is very important since in the wilderness we can have no motors which equates to a handsaw.”
“Growing up in MO I never walked up on such a large animal!”
“To Jim in MO: I didn't say that the 200-grain is best, just that it deserved to be more popular, or at least factory-loaded, because it gives the old '06 a whole' nother dimension.”
“The NR tag is cheaper in MO and doe tags are unlimited for only $7 each.”
“Yes | No | Report from cooner wrote 36 weeks 13 hours ago thanks Jim in MO, BIG O, and DEL IN KS.”
“I say that because it seems that the conservative MO is “be irrational and say anything we want”, whereas the liberal MO is “immediately get offended and discuss amongst ourselves how wrong it is for conservatives to have said that”.”
“MO is the biggest spendthrift and most elitist of any US first lady.”
Looking for tweets for MO.