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MCP

An initialism of "male chauvinist pig," a man who considers and treats women as being lesser in intelligence, talent, or competence in comparison to men, especially by placing more value on a woman's looks or abilities as a homemaker than as an equal member of society. I know it makes me sound like an MCP, but there are some activities in the world that men are simply better at than women—blame biology, not me!

MCP

and male chauvinist pig
n. a male who acts superior to and aggressively toward women. (From the woman’s liberation movements of the 1970s.) The guy is just a male chauvinist pig, and he’ll never change. That’s you! Walter L. Waddington, MCP.
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It seems that MCP is able to distinguish between the good guys and the bad guys.
RAW 264.7 cells (3 x [10.sup.6]/5 ml) were incubated with increasing concentrations of HNK, MCP, and MCP:HNK (9:1) for 48h and nuclear proteins were extracted with TransAM NF-[kappa]B p65 activity ELISA kit (Active Motif, Carlsbad, CA) per manufacturer's instructions.
The MCP concept was first floated by Revenue Commissioner Kim Jacinto-Henares when she urged anti-tobacco groups to lobby for a minimum floor price for cigarettes instead of pushing for a new wave of amendments to the two-year old New Sin Tax law.
El bloque de entrada o pre-filtrado esta conformado por un filtro transversal adaptativo con un algoritmo MCP, seguido por un segundo filtro en serie o cascada con un algoritmo RMC, siendo este el bloque principal que genera el lobulo mayor en el patron de radiacion del arreglo lineal hacia el AAD.
The most distinctive feature of MCP is that it successfully produces products with improved corner finishes, made from its latest, fully automated, high capacity German Plant.
Theoretically the implementation of the MCP should not impact US family planning aid or overall family planning aid to developing countries for two reasons.
Integrative medicine researcher and MCP co-developer, Isc Eliaz, M.D said that the review, in particular, identifies MCP's different mechanisms of action against metastatic cancer, heavy metal toxicity and chronic, life threatening illnesses related to excess galectin-3.
Women in the MCP were deeply influenced by the global feminist movement led by Clara Zetkin.
Power has picked on a significant episode in the development of the politics of suspicion and secrecy that characterized the reign of Banda and the MCP, and continues into Malawi's present.
(17) A proprietary form of modified citrus pectin (MCP) was shown to interrupt and reduce the metastatic process by reducing migration, adhesion, and invasion in both the androgen-independent prostate cancer PC-3 line, and in the aggressive breast cancer triple negative cell line, MDA-MB-231.
In response to LD 1325, the MDOE established the Maine Course Pathways (MCP) Project to provide high schools tools and technical assistance for monitoring school programs to ensure that all students have multiple opportunities to learn, practice, and demonstrate all of the MLR in each of the eight content areas.
In this work, precipitation polymerization was employed to prepare organophosphorous pesticide molecularly imprinted microspheres using monocrotophos (MCP) as template, methacylic acid (MAA) as functional monomer, ethylene glycol dimethacrylate (EGDMA) as crosslinker, azobisisobutyronitrile (AIBN) as initiator and toluene as porogen, respectively.
UTStarcom Inc (Nasdaq: UTSI), a provider of IP-based, end-to-end networking solutions and services, announced on Wednesday (21 February) a contract to provide its MovingMedia 2000 all-IP CDMA network solution to Maritime Communications Partner AS (MCP), a Norway-based maritime cellular operator and wholly owned subsidiary of Norwegian network operator Telenor ASA.