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What does MJC stand for?
MJC stands for Maryland Jockey Club (Baltimore, MD)
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We have 41 other meanings of MJC in our Acronym Attic
- Medina Junior Basketball Association (est. 1982; Medina, OH)
- Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis
- Montreal Jazz Big Band (Canada)
- Missouri Junior Boer Goat Association (youth show-goat owners)
- Melvin J Berman Hebrew Academy (Rockville, Maryland)
- Messianic Jewish Bible Institute
- Metropolitan Junior Baseball League (Richmond, VA)
- Mingo Junction Branch Library (Mingo Junction, OH)
- Maison de la Jeunesse et de la Culture
- Major Collector (State highway information)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Better Wi-Fi No Longer Negotiable for Public Venues In recent years, Maryland Jockey Club (MJC) event organizers have seen a rise in the number of attendees bringing mobile devices and smart phones to the Preakness event.
Officials at the Maryland Jockey Club have decided to publicise the second leg of the Triple Crown on May 21 with 'Kegasus' - a half-man, half-horse mascot sporting a nipple ring and a beer belly who urges patrons of the infield to "be legendary".
B; NYSE: MIM), announced today they have agreed to establish a joint venture to own and operate the Maryland Jockey Club.
For his part, Zayat said: "After talking to the president of the Maryland Jockey Club, I have decided I don't want to be seen as not being a sportsman, so I am happy not to block her for the good of the game.
Nasdaq: PENN) announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its joint venture interest in the Maryland Jockey Club to Stron-MJC Limited Partnership.
The Maryland Jockey Club, AmTote International, Inc.
3m the remaining shares in the Maryland Jockey Club held by Joe and Karin De Francis, previous partowners of Pimlico and Laurel.