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MDU

(1) (Multiple Dwelling Unit) A commercial or residential building with multiple offices or apartments. See BLEC and multitenancy.

(2) (Multiply-Divide Unit) A high-speed circuit that performs multiplication and division within the CPU.
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DSL access solutions enabling cost-effective broadband-service delivery to MDU customers are converging with maturing technologies and improving economics elsewhere in the network to make video on demand a cost-effective service offering for DSL providers.
The information in this release includes forward-looking statements, including statements by the president and CEO of MDU Resources and the president and CEO of Knife River and the statement concerning accretive earnings per share, within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
In addition to his service to MDU Resources, Pearce currently serves as chairman of the board for Nortel Networks Corp.
Forbes Magazine named MDU Resources the best-managed utility company in the nation in 2003, and in 2004 White was named one of the Four Best Executives in the country at the Second Annual American Business Awards.
The information in this release includes forward-looking statements, including statements by the chairman of the board and CEO of MDU Resources Group, Inc.
White, chairman and chief executive officer of MDU Resources.
The Corinex MDU Gateway allows our customers to deploy any high bandwidth service flawlessly throughout a building," said Brian Donnelly, Corinex's Director of Business Development.
Additionally, Fitch believes MDU will remain acquisitive and exploit domestic and international investment opportunities in its core business segments.
The webcast of White and Hildestad's presentations at MDU Resources' Annual Stockholders Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 25, 2006, beginning at approximately 12:10 p.
Desert Fire will become a part of MDU Construction Services Group, Inc.
Wood started with MDU Resources as a public affairs representative in 1974, was promoted to manager of legislative affairs in 1981, vice president of public affairs in 1986, vice president of public affairs and environmental policy in 1991, and to his present position in 2004.