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What does MDP stand for?
MDP stands for Monnaie de Paris (French: Paris Mint; Paris, France)
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We have 298 other meanings of MDP in our Acronym Attic
- MIMIC Display Panel
- Mini DisplayPort (digital interface)
- Ministry of Defence Police (UK)
- Mission Data Processing
- Mission Data Processing Subsystem
- Mission Design Panel (US NASA)
- Mission Display Processor
- Mobile Data Peripheral
- Modern Data Products (California)
- Modulator/Demodulator Predictor
- Mort de Peur (French: Fear of Death)
- Mot de Passe (French: Password)
- Mother of Divine Providence (King of Prussia, PA)
- Motor Driven Pump
- Mouvement pour la Democratie et le Progress (Comoros)
- Movement Disorders Program (Kennedy Krieger Institute)
- Moving/Movable Deformable Barrier
- Multi-Destination Protocol
- Multi-Disciplinary Practice (law)
- Multicast Diffusion Protocol
Samples in periodicals archive:
Joaquin Jimenez, currently the Chief Engraver at Monnaie de Paris, has designed and crafted the coin.
According to the text of the law, the coin's striking shape is intended to be similar to the 2009 International Year of Astronomy coin issued by Monnaie de Paris, the French mint.
A special exhibition, 'The Dealer's Eye: A Passion for Tribal Art', at the Monnaie de Paris (until 18 October) draws together major items sold by Parcours des mondes exhibitors in the course of their careers (www.
Images on the coins, made by the Monnaie de Paris minting authority in France, depict ''Hello Kitty'' characters enjoying life in Paris.
The coin was minted and designed by the world-renowned Monnaie de Paris and has the same design as its 2.
00 pm: La Monnaie de Paris (the Paris mint) will unveil its newly rehabbed site, called 'MetaLmorphoses.
La Monnaie de Paris (the Paris mint) will unveil its newly rehabbed site, called 'MetaLmorphoses'.