The announcement last month that Walt Disney World would start selling beverage alcohol in the Magic Kingdom generated plenty of media attention.
What does MK stand for?
MK stands for Magic Kingdom (Disney)
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- Mount Joy (Amtrak station code; Mount Joy, WA)
- Maynard Jackson Youth Foundation, Inc. (leadership training, mentoring and role-modeling for youth; Atlanta, GA)
- Mega Jesus Youth Fellowship (Mega Chinese Methodist Church; Malaysia)
- Moose Jaw Youth String Orchestra (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada)
- Mirnyj (Russia)
- Morton Jankel Zander (production company; est. 1990; Los Angeles, CA)
- Air Mauritius (IATA airline code)
- M-M-M-M-Monster Kill (Unreal Tournament)
- Macedonia (former Yugoslav Republic of) (ISO Country Identifier)
- Machinery Technician (US Coast Guard Rating)
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As Navi Mumbai continues to move up on global investors' radar, we have expanded the scale and scope of Magic Kingdom City to give our customers a destination they can be proud of,' he added.
For 13 nights between January 22 and March 8, 2007, including selected dates in February half term, families will be immersed in a world of pirates and princesses at this special after-hours event at the Magic Kingdom park.
95) specifically addresses taking an autistic child to Central Florida's theme parks, resorts and rides and includes advice and tips for travel web searches, tickets, resort safety, "lost children", Universal Studies, Magic Kingdom, Disney-MGM Studies, Animal Kingdom, EPCOT, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, "Islands of Adventure", fireworks shows, and travel resources.
The five teenagers, with the help of crotchety old Wayne, an old-time park employee and one-time confidante of Walt Disney himself, team up to fight the evil that threatens the Magic Kingdom.
Moreover, there now is Disney's Virtual Magic Kingdom, an online experience that includes games and Internet communities set in five lands which make up the Magic Kingdom at Disney's theme parks: Main Street, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, Adventureland, and Frontierland.