On the other hand, it comes in models that would not meet the military characteristics test.
What does MC stand for?
MC stands for Military Characteristic(s)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 266 other meanings of MC in our Acronym Attic
- Middle Chinese (language of around 600AD)
- Middle Class
- Middlebury College (Middlebury, VT)
- Midland College (Midland, TX)
- Midnight Club
- Midnight Commander (GNU software project)
- Mild Chuckle
- Miley Cyrus (singer)
- Military Air Post (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Military Capability
Samples in periodicals archive:
Both parties (or its subsidiaries) to be jointly set up two equity funds, the name contain the word "Excalibur", which implies the military characteristics of its investment projects, and in accordance with the equity invested proportion in the enterprises, set up "Shanghai Excalibur Industry M&A Fund Partnerships (limited partnership)" (tentative name, subject to the approval by Industry & Commerce, hereinafter referred as "M&A Fund") and "Jiangsu Excalibur Strategic Equity Investment Fund Partnership (limited partnership)" (tentative name, subject to the approval by Industry & Commerce, hereinafter referred as "Strategy Fund") respectively.
In his account he addresses the geographic, demographic, social-cultural, political, economic, and military characteristics of Pakistan, India, and the territory of Kashmir; the geopolitics of the region vis-a-vis China, Russia, and parts of the greater Middle East; the diplomatic, military, political, and economic spheres of US involvement in the region; and the transformation of the conflict with the introduction of nuclear weapons to the region.
In 1945, the military characteristics were revised--attaching to an oxygen supply was eliminated.
One of the doctrine's distinguishing characteristics is that military forces take on police functions, while police forces take on military characteristics.
At first Margadant describes French towns of various sizes, tabulating them according to their administrative, judicial economic, and military characteristics.