- mezzo piano.
- melting point.
- (in prescriptions) in the manner prescribed; as directed.
Origin of m.p.
- Member of Parliament.
- Metropolitan Police.
- military police.
- Military Policeman.
- Mounted Police.
Examples from the Web for mp
Yves Albarello, MP of Seine-et-Marne, said the gunmen told police they were ready to “die as martyrs.”France Kills Charlie Hebdo Murderers
January 9, 2015
“I think that all Slovaks should feel offended,” said MP Tomas Galbavy, who served on the parliamentary culture committee.When Countries Lose Their Shit Over American Movies
December 17, 2014
A senior Labour Party MP scoffed at what he suggested was faulty logic.Britain’s Let-Em-All-Die Policy
Nico Hines, Barbie Latza Nadeau
November 1, 2014
The “Sunday Mirror” says it was in the ‘public interest’ to entrap a Conservative MP in an elaborate sex sting.U.K. Tabloid Absurdly Claims ‘Public Interest’ Served in Politician’s Sex Sting
September 30, 2014
Dan Jarvis, another senior Labour MP, said he was “sickened.”Will The Latest ISIS Beheading Move Britain To Tougher Action?
September 14, 2014
Then you could have walked out of here, straight into the MP's.The Last Place on Earth
James Judson Harmon
The plates themselves remain as the muscle-plates (mp), and give rise to the whole of the voluntary muscular system of the body.The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume III (of 4)
Francis Maitland Balfour
The plates themselves remain as the muscle-plates and develop a special layer of muscle (mp) in their splanchnic layer.
Of the basal cartilages one (pp) is anterior, a second (mep) is placed in the middle, and a third is posterior (mp).
The officers, one of them injured, returned to the village with French MP's and requested an explanation of the incident.Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965
Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.
- melting point
- music mezzo piano
- Northern Mariana Islands
- (in Britain and Canada) Member of Parliament
- (in Britain) Metropolitan Police
- Military Police
- Mounted Police
Word Origin and History for mp
1917, abbreviation of military police, which is recorded from 1827.