American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. meal ready to eat
- Michigan Rules of Evidence
- Meal, Ready-to-Eat: an individual field ration used by the US military
“I come from Haiti, where the term MRE, which stands for Morally Repugnant Elite, was coined by foreign diplomats; it refers to the tiny 1% of the population that controls half the wealth of nearly nine million people.”
“The very best part of the MRE is that there is a flameless ration heater in there.”
“The MRE is a totally self-contained operational ration consisting of a full meal packed in a flexible meal bag.”
“So, for other meals it is Meals Ready to Eat also known as the MRE, an entire shelf-stable day's worth of meals in a vacuum sealed plastic wrapper.”
“Specially prepared and sealed foods such as MRE's (Meals, Ready-to-Eat) with a five-to-ten year shelf life.”
“Highlights: - Mineral Resource Estimate ( 'MRE') has increased by 89% from the previous statement (44.6 Mlbs); - 28.5 Mlbs U (3) O (8) or 34% of the MRE classified as an Indicated”
“The current Mineral Resource Estimates ( "MRE") for Goldboro at a cut-off gold grade of 1.5 g/t are 2.711 million tonnes grading 4.56 g/t gold, totalling”
“Hope for Haiti president JoAnne Kuehner said the group needs food such as MRE's (disaster ready meals) or freeze dried meals, but not canned goods.”
“If I read a note from my cousin in the Marines and he mentions "MRE" (Meals Ready to Eat), that means something totally different than if someone from the church e-mails me about the "MRE" (Minister of Religious Education).”
“The common shares of Martinrea trade on The Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "MRE".”
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