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Live Ball Era: This refers to the period of play beginning after the Dead Ball Era ended in 1920.
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Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS): A 1986 act that set out rules for the depreciation of qualifying assets, allowing for greater acceleration over longer periods of time.
Monorail Camera: Is a sheet film camera, of modular construction, mounted on a rail system to give maximum camera movements.
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Moderately Stratified Estuary: An estuary in which seaward flow of surface low-salinity water and moderate vertical mixing result in a modest vertical salinity gradient
Miniature Camera: Is a term commonly applied to cameras with a format size of less than 35mm.
Mineral Spirits: An effective paint thinner, especially when using oil based paints.
Mineral Rights: Rights to subsurface land and profits. Nornally, when real property is conveyed, it includes everything above and below the surface of the land, except where specified by the grantor.
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Malty: An aromatic sensation created by a moderately volatile set of aldehydes and ketones that produces sensations reminiscent of toasted grains.