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m.p.

1.
melting point.
2.
(in prescriptions) in the manner prescribed; as directed.
Origin of m.p.
From the Latin word modō praescrīptō

M.P.

or MP

1.
Member of Parliament.
2.
Metropolitan Police.
4.
Military Policeman.
5.
Mounted Police.
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M.P.

1917, abbreviation of military police, which is recorded from 1827.

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