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MET.

On drawings, abbr. for “metal.”
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Still, of the seven games played between the Dodgers and Mets this season, four of which were won by New York, pitching was the key to five of them, including all four in a late-season series split between to the two clubs three weeks ago.
MET members visited with training managers in their offices at GHQ (another beautiful structure
The subgroups with the greatest prevalence of discordance were females who had met their main partner at a street location, females who had met their casual partner at a dub and females with an STD history who were in casual partnerships (76-83%).
If an activity meets the purpose criterion, the entity should next consider the audience criterion A rebuttable presumption exists that the audience criterion is not met if the activity's audience includes prior donors or is otherwise selected based on ability or likelihood to contribute.
In June, 1994 a report submitted by Met Life to DHCR indicated that 2,199 apartments, or 16 percent, had sustained damage affecting 2,199 panes or 1.
In the Palmdale School District, eight of 27 schools made AYP, while 12 schools met state goals on the API.
Because one Southern Kern school, Rare Earth High School, did not meet its Adequate Yearly Progress, or AYP, goals, the district itself is listed as not having met its AYP requirements.
A leading worldwide scientific organisation, the Met Office provides weather services that benefit the public and businesses worldwide.
Mike Boyd, Central Systems Manager at the Met Office, commented, "The Met Office has been extremely pleased with FileTek products, services, and support over the past five years, and we look forward to our extended relationship with the company during the new contract period.
AlphaTrade and the Mets will also jointly develop promotions and hospitality events for the 2007 season.
Not only are the Dodgers in third place in the division, but they're in third place in the wild-card race, which the Mets lead.
Six-time All-Star catcher Mike Piazza and the Mets reached agreement on Saturday on a seven-year contract worth $91 million that made him the highest-paid player in baseball history.