American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A military police officer.
- abbr. member of Parliament
- abbr. military police
- abbr. mounted police
- From m(ilitary) p(olice). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Verifying my info on TKs web site, once ticketed, they had my UA MP number in their record and that included the notation UASTARGOLD, followed by my MP#.”
“MP is short for the only political party that was against the legislation in any form; miljöpartiet / the green party - the only true liberals in sweden .. and swedes .. let´s not forget that it was the social democrat Bodström who first tried to make a similar law.”
“I have just found out my MP is a bloke called Hugo Swire and he is Shadow Minister for Culture!!”
“As it happens I cannot recall who my MP is at the moment.”
“And if your MP is a “son-of-a-dog” and is sleeping with the cartels, at least you took some of their ‘precious time’ (but you also lose your precious time) ….”
“The disaffected Tories cheered when Taylor lost - expecting that Jones would be a one term MP and that they would get their (caucasian) candidate back into the seat in 1997 ...”
“I wrote a few months back about the possible configurations of the coming election in the Northern Ireland constituency of North Down, which until this week was represented by the only remaining MP from the Ulster Unionist Party, the former party of government under the old Stormont regime.”
“The election of Salum Khalfani Bar'wani, Tanzania's first albino MP, is being hailed as a breakthrough for those affected by the genetic condition in the east African nation.”
“Readers will have their own candidates for which MP is the biggest porker of them all but there is something particularly 'Animal Farm' about Mr. Betts.”
“The MP is designed to connect veterans and students online and in classrooms across Canada.”
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