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What does MQB stand for?

MQB stands for Macomb, Illinois (Airport Code)

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A former "Exercising the Right" column, entitled "Scrappy Old Soldier" (January 24 issue), told about an 87-year-old ex-soldier from Macomb, Illinois, named Leonard Gamage, who physically fought a 20-year-old home intruder for 45 minutes before reaching a rifle and shooting the intruder in the foot.
Atlanta, Georgia Orlando, Florida UnionBank/West, Associated Bank Illinois, NA, Macomb, Illinois Rockford, Illinois Valencia Bank & Trust, First Valley National Bank, Santa Clarita, California Lancaster, California Valley National Bank, Lancaster, California Applicant(s) Reserve Bank Effective Date The Bank of Orange County, San Francisco October 27, 1999 Fountain Valley, California CalWest Bank, San Francisco October 27, 1999 Downey, California Peapack-Gladstone Bank, New York November 12, 1999 Gladstone, New Jersey SunTrust Bank, Atlanta, Atlanta November 24, 1999 Atlanta, Georgia UnionBank/West, Chicago November 5, 1999 Macomb, Illinois Valencia Bank & Trust, San Francisco November 16, 1999 Santa Clarita, California San Francisco November 16, 1999
Worth, Texas Sharpe James, Newark, New Jersey Timothy Kaine, Richmond, Virginia Scott Maddox, Tallahassee, Florida Jim Marshall, Macon, Georgia David Bowers, Roanoke, Virginia James Sills, Wilmington, Delaware Jim Perron, Elkhart, Indiana Chuck McLaran, Albany, Oregon Will Kleindeinst, Palm Springs, California Tom Carper, Macomb, Illinois Patricia Owens, Grand Forks, North Dakota Susan Kluttz, Salisbury, North Carolina Michael Guido, Dearborn, Michigan Audrey Kariel, Marshall, Texas Susan Boone Vincent, Laurel, Mississippi Barbara Fahey, Edmonds, Washington Marilyn Young, Yuma, Arizona Joseph Griffo, Rome, New York Chuck Sanders, Waynesville, Ohio
Going into it everyone was a little leery about how concrete it would be, but it was very well laid out," according to David Barber, who was promoted from manager to PIC of the firm's Macomb, Illinois, office during his tenure in the program.