CELEBRITY culture in the 18th century will be covered as part of a modern European history course in Earlsdon.
What does MEH stand for?
MEH stands for Modern European History (Advanced Placement Test)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 24 other meanings of MEH in our Acronym Attic
- Ministry of Environment, Gender and Youth Affairs (Lesotho)
- Markham Employment Growth Zone (UK)
- Make Everything Happen
- Marine Ecosystem Health
- Marine Electronic Highway
- Master of Environmental Horticulture (various locations)
- Materials Engineering Hamburg GmbH
- Midwest Express Holdings Inc.
- Miniszterelnöki Hivatal
- Mobile-Executed Handoff
- Moorfields Eye Hospital
- Mount Elizabeth Hospital
- Muji Europe Holdings (Japan)
- Multi Engine Helicopter (aviation course)
- Melléktermékek És Hulladékhasznosító Tröszt (Hungarian)
- Massachusetts Environmental Health Association (est. 1948)
- Michigan Environmental Health Association
- Mideast Honors Association (Indiana)
- Minnesota Environmental Health Association (Anoka, MN)
- Methane and Halocarbons Intercalibration Experiment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hamilton, a professor of modern European history at the University of the Witwatersrand, writes that he first became interested in this subject because he wished to know who did what at the Admiralty and how they did it.
If he wants to indulge in simplistic polemics about the two world wars he should point the finger at the malevolent force of nationalism in modern European history.
COLUMN: IN OUR OPINION The arrest of accused Bosnian Serb war criminal Radovan Karadzic is an important step forward for Serbia and a somber reminder of a dark chapter in modern European history.
Set against a backdrop of political intrigue, lavish balls, shadowy cults and conflict, this is a story of love and honour in one of the defining moments in modern European history.
But to make a comparison to the darkest episode in modern European history is ill judged.
In sum, this volume has much to recommend it to scholars of the Reformation and early modern European history as well as to historically-minded political theorists.