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Mc,

symbol for the element moscoviummoscovium
, artificially produced radioactive chemical element; symbol Mc; at. no. 115; mass number of most stable isotope 288; m.p., b.p., sp. gr., and valence unknown.
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mc

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Mc

(physics)

MC

1. Abbr. for moisture content.
2. Abbr. for “metal-clad.”
3. Abbr. for mail chute.

MC

(language)
An extension of C with modules. Symbols in other modules can be referenced using a dot notation.

["Design and Implementation of a C-Based Language for Distributed Real-Time Systems", A. Rizk et al, SIGPLAN Notices 22(6):83-96 (June 1987)].

mc

(networking)
The country code for Monaco.
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B RAV E Corporal Sarah Bushbye with her Military Cross and in Afghanistan where she saw to injured colleagues under fire with her beloved family on Tyneside this festive season
Although approved by the brigade and divisional commanders, it was downgraded to a second Bar to his Military Cross and further reduced to a mention in dispatches.
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In France in July, 1916, he was a Company Sergeant Major and his battalion had moved at least 17 times between Contalmaison and Haverskerque by January, 1917, when he was awarded The Military Cross Ribbons (in readiness to receive his MC medal at a later date).
Both were awarded the Military Cross at Sandhurst Military Academy.
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L Cpl Watson, from Ballymena, Co Antrim, was awarded the Military Cross for exemplary gallantry in the face of enemy attack at a ceremony in London.
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PARENTS of a North East soldier lauded for "repeated acts of exemplary gallantry" are preparing him a hero's welcome after he was awarded the Military Cross.
AN ARMY medic from Tyneside has spoken of her shock after becoming only the third woman to win a Military Cross for bravery.
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