In their first-round post-season assignment they edged out a Magnitogorsk side shorn of the NHL stars who made them such a force for much of the season.
What does MQF stand for?
MQF stands for Magnitogorsk (Russia)
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We have 3 other meanings of MQF in our Acronym Attic
- Managed Query Environment (Knowledge Management)
- Materials Quality Engineer
- Mathematics Qualifying Exam
- Minimum Quench Energy
- Molecular Quantum Electro-Dynamics
- Makaseb Qatar Equity Fund
- Macmillan Quality Environment Mark (cancer care; UK)
- Michigan Quarterly Econometric Model (economic forecasting model)
- Metastable-Quenched Electron Spectroscopy
- Mine and Quarry Engineering Services, Inc.
- Maine Quality Forum (est. 2003)
- Master Question File (test study aid)
- Maximum Quantity Frequency (alcoholism; neuropsychology)
- Mobile Quarantine Facility (NASA)
- Musculus Quadriceps Femoris
- Medicare Qualified Federal Employee
- Master in Quantitative Finance and Insurance
- Metric Quad Flat Package
- Metric Quad Flat Package with Heat sink
- Metric Quad Flat Package with Heat spreader
Samples in periodicals archive:
Residents in Chelyabinsk and Magnitogorsk reported hearing an explosion, seeing a bright light and seeing bright objects falling.
Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel and Evraz Plc (EVR) stand to lose the most, Sergey Donskoy, an analyst at Societe Generale, said in a note.
Russian pipe producer ChTPZ group and Russian steelmaker Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works (MMK) have signed a cooperation agreement entitled Mill 5000-Vysota 239' for the period of up to 2015, in order to ensure the Russian oil and gas industry with timely deliveries of high-quality pipes for the construction of new trunk oil and gas pipelines and the overhauling of existing ones.
3 20 5 ThyssenKrupp (Germany) 11 23 6 Magnitogorsk (Russia) 9.
Directly following the war, Magnitogorsk authorities' foremost concern was the widening gap between officials and average citizens.