The first we have chosen is for a familiar product even today, Milk of Magnesia.
What does MOM stand for?
MOM stands for Milk of Magnesia
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We have 211 other meanings of MOM in our Acronym Attic
- Method, Opportunity, Motive (cybersecurity)
- Methods of Mayhem
- Microsoft Office Manager (Microsoft Office 98 - Macintosh Edition)
- Microsoft Operations Manager (Microsoft)
- Middle of Month
- Military Official Mail
- Military Ordinary Mail (US DoD)
- Military Outreach Ministry
- Militia Of Montana
- Mind Over Matter (NIDA youth drug abuse program)
- Mind Over Matter, Inc.
- Mini Optical Mouse (various companies)
- Minions of Mirth (Mmorpg computer game)
- Minister of Music
- Ministry of Magic (Harry Potter)
- Ministry of Manpower (Singapore)
- Ministry of Mayhem (iTV Saturday morning kids TV show)
- Ministry of Oil and Minerals (Yemen)
- Minobschmash (Ministry of General Machine Building, USSR)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Vicks, Tums, Phillips Milk of Magnesia, Fibercon, Advil, and Tylenol PM are top-ranked NEW YORK, May 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite a flurry of Rx-to-OTC switches in recent years, Americans still cling to classics such as Vicks, Tums, and Phillips Milk of Magnesia to cure what ails them, according to the 2012 Harris Poll EquiTrend (EQ) study.
The factory has been part of Newcastle's manufacturing base for many years, producing household names such as Milk of Magnesia and Panadol.
If you have oily or acneprone skin, apply Milk of Magnesia every night using cotton wool.
In the May issue, Joan requested aluminum-free deodorant options for her husband, who may be allergic to it, and we suggested a trial of milk of magnesia.
His daughter Vicky described how he would drink milk of magnesia for chronic indigestion then jump up and down because he had forgotten to shake the bottle.
A big hit, we understand, was the Milk Of Magnesia Sorbet.
Seafood ho fun was pleasingly exotic for the money, with prawns, squid and a fat scallop atop thick, rice flour noodles, and although dan dan mian (shrimp and peanut) suffered a bit from the Milk of Magnesia cloudiness of the broth, and char siu mian from the fattiness of the barbecued pork, chilli prawn lao mian, with its lovely fat noodles, seemed another unusually lavish dish for 70 shillings.