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MPS

(1) (MPs) (MegaPixelS) See megapixel.

(2) (MultiProcessing Specification) An earlier specification from Intel for designing SMP-based PCs using its Pentium processors. It defined how memory and interrupts are shared.
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Those former MPs interviewed by Samara indicated four factors that either increase or decrease the strain: whether or not they have children and how old their children are; the orientation of the spouse to a political career; distance of MPs' constituencies from Ottawa; and advancements in communications technology and ease of travel.
They showed that six former MPs are letting homes to politicians who are still in the Commons.
Raising hands enables the heads of blocs to monitor their MPs and, if needed, compel them to vote according to the leader's will, not theirs.
In his words, independent MPs have not betrayed the interests of their constituencies and do not accept the "creation of private political parties which spend the state subsidy and lots of money from other sources, in a totally nontransparent manner."
The highest payee nationally was Bournemouth MP Tobias Ellwood, with pounds 14,105, but he was refused pounds 59 for repairing a bicycle, among pounds 9,998-worth of claims submitted by 44 MPs rejected by IPSA in November and December.
Green Party MP George Perdikis said yesterday that many MPs claim to have the lowest salaries in Europe, preferring to take the pension instead.
In the first round vote on the 19th article, 337 MPs voted in favor, 69 voted against it.
In grapes, the accumulation of MPs begins at berry set, but the majority of accumulation occurs between 30 and 50 days post-bloom.
A member of the conference committee said the law can be changed if the majority of MPs agree.
Still, the Conservative silence allows the pro-death, anti-family MPs to dominate the airwaves and thereby encourages the media to continue attacking opponents of the permissive immorality as bigots and homophobes.
In the first six months of this session, Welsh MPs have put their names to everything from a motion praising Eurovision Song Contest entrant James Fox to condemning the torture of Iraqi detainees.
"We are excited to bring Prolog LT to customers who might not otherwise use professional project management tools," said MPS president and cofounder, John Bodrozic.