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- abbr. Maryland
- abbr. medical department
- abbr. Latin Medicinae Doctor (Doctor of Medicine)
- abbr. muscular dystrophy
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- abbr. 1500
- abbr. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Moldova.
- abbr. Maryland, a state of the United States of America.
- Symbol indicating a medical degree; medical physician or doctor.
- Symbol indicating a higher research doctorate in medicine; Doctor of Medicine
- Managing director.
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Barnes & Noble in MD is carrying British knitting magazines lately; I bought one issue of Knitting, mainly for an article on felting.
Glad my MD is a hunter too, he knew I do it anyway.
Appealing to constitutive rules thus would mean accepting what we call MD normativism: It would mean accepting that expressions have meaning because there are rules or norms in force for their use.
And I'm looking at my list of what they call the MD-80 series of aircrafts, and if in fact it was an MD-83, what that is is a long-range version, or a longer-range version, if you will, of the MD-80 that we were talking about.
Good point is that the suit is in MD which is a deep blue state and in Baltimore county where you can count the Republicans on the fingers of one hand.
Readers here must understand that Prince George’s County in MD is majority black.
I’m actually a little curious about how this clinic in MD is suing Perdue, anyway — if it was an appellate or SC clinic, I could see the brief writing and research tasks being discrete enough to do in one year.
Listening to conservos bellyache is like listening to a frat boy who has set fire to his frat house and then complains about how much water the fire department uses to put the fire out. george in MD
Or it could be that the MD is serious, but a poor businessman and three months later he is bankrupt.