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MAG

(electronics)

mag

(MAGnetic) A common abbreviation for magnetic. For example, "mag tape" means magnetic tape.
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It was first introduced at the MAG Creek Wellbeing Resort, the first wellness-inspired development in the Middle East which includes the largest wellness centre in the world.
The Rolls-Royce fleet was first introduced at the MAG Creek Wellbeing Resort, the first wellness-inspired development in the Middle East which includes the largest wellness centre in the world.
Talal Moafaq Al Gaddah, CEO of MAG LD, commented: "At MAG LD, we focus on providing our customers with total peace of mind by following our construction schedules to the letter.
Following completion of the offering, MAG held 9,471,208 Shares and 7,132,950 warrants, believed to represent 15.
MAG LD is reputed as one of the Middle Easts most innovative developers, as it has launched new property concepts and divisions that cater directly to market needs, including MAG of Value, MAG of Life, and now MAG International Alliances, it stated.
Which new projects are part of the MAG of Value portfolio?
MAG PD has joined forces with Delos, a wellness real estate and technology consultancy.
Caption: Mini-14 mags (left) are narrower, tapered, and have a different method of locking than the rectangular AR (right).
MAG is the leading voice for the medical profession in Georgia--which includes physicians in every specialty and practice setting.
Country: France, USASector: Machinery/EngineeringTarget: MAG Industrial Automation Systems LLC (MAG IAS LLC or MAG Americas) Buyer: FivesVendor: MAG GroupType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
When an MN firstly establishes a wireless link with a target PoA through the L2 association, the MAG acquires the MN's identification (ID) and requests the profile information of the MN to the policy server (PS).
The basic idea of having two mags is that if one tanks, the other will still run the engine, since each mag fires only one plug in each cylinder.