from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Michigan
- abbr. military intelligence
- abbr. myocardial infarction
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- n. A Roman numeral representing one thousand and one (1001).
- abbr. Michigan, a state of the United States of America.
- abbr. Military intelligence.
- abbr. Myocardial infarction.
- abbr. middle initial
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is an alias for WHERE mi is an alias for Move-Item you could use positional parameters for destination on MI
Anywhere else in MI is kind of iffy, and the R's generally don't want the challenge.
I think giving Obama all the uncommited in MI is giving him more votes. at the time John edwards was still on ballet, so all those uncommited did not vote for Obama.
FLA and MI is redundant, Obama has sewn up the popular vote, with anything above 0% in MI!
Harry, good call on the profit-per-vehicle, but I think what threatens the employment situation most in MI is straight-up global trade.
I have never seen the BBC series Spooks occasionally shown under the title MI:5 on A&E, but this does not encourage me to start watching:
THE PRESIDENT: Well, you're talking about one aspect of possible -- I think you're referring to what they call the MI-5.
BUSH: Well, you're talking about one aspect of possible -- I think you're referring to what they call the MI-5.
But holding out for counting votes for Sen Clinton and only her in MI is patently absurd, and whipping up resentment against the "the DNC" as if she had nothing to do with the penalty (her advisors on the DNC voted count MI/FL as zero, and she firmly supported that until she needed them) will only make it harder for ANY democrat to win those states in Nov. Popular vote: this is a powerful emotional issue in a democracy, but the truth is neither party's primary process is designed to generate a meaningful nationwide popular vote.
She is still the poular vote winner if you give Obama 25% of the vote in MI which is more than he deserves.