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Meg may refer to:

  • An informal abbreviation for the SI unit megabyte
  • An informal abbreviation for the SI unit megohm
  • An informal abbreviation for the extinct megalodon shark
  • Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror, a novel featuring a megalodon
  • Meg (film), Status: Announced
  • Meg (Mag), a short form of the female name Margaret
  • Meg, a short form of the female name Megan or Meghan
  • Malange airport (airport code: MEG), an airport in Angola
  • Meg Griffin, a character in Family Guy
  • Meg Ryan, an actress

MEG may stand for: A megabyte is a unit of information or computer storage equal to exactly one million bytes. ... A multimeter can be used to measure resistance in ohms Several resistors. ... Binomial name Carcharodon megalodon Agassiz, 1843 The megalodon, Carcharodon megalodon, (from ancient Greek μεγας = big + οδους (genitive οδοντος) = tooth) was a giant prehistoric shark that probably lived between about 16 to 1. ... [[1]] Meg is at the moment an unproduced screenplay, currently in development hell. ... Margaret may refer to: Margaret I of Denmark Margaret II of Denmark Margaret II of Flanders Margaret II, Countess of Hainaut Margaret Cole Margaret de Bruce, 3rd Countess of Carrick Marguerite de Valois Margaret Douglas Margaret of Anjou Margaret of Austria (1522-1583) Margaret of Babenberg Margaret of Huntingdon Margaret... Megan, (sometimes spelled as Meghan, Megen, Megyn or other variants) was originally a Welsh pet form of Margaret[], which itself is derived from a word that meant pearl in Greek. ... Megan, (sometimes spelled as Meghan, Megen, Megyn or other variants) was originally a Welsh pet form of Margaret, which itself is derived from a word that meant pearl in Greek. ... Megan Meg Griffin is the oldest child of Peter and Lois Griffin in the animated TV series Family Guy, however it is mentioned that Peter is not her biological father and an unshown character named Stan Thomson is. ... Family Guy is an American animated television series about a nuclear family in the suburb of Quahog (IPA or ), Rhode Island. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...


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UKOLN - Metadata - Education (281 words)
Founded upon a set of fundamental principles enshrined in the MEG Concord, this group seeks to reach consensus on appropriate means by which to describe discrete learning objects in a manner suitable for implementation in a range of educational arenas.
MEG intends to establish itself as an authority in the application of descriptive metadata to predominantly UK educational resources, and seeks to become the first point of call for policy questions surrounding this topic.
MEG activities are facilitated by Interoperability Focus at UKOLN.
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Meg’s expertise in brand building, combined with her consumer technology experience, has helped eBay evolve into a leading company that is reshaping online commerce, payments and communications around the world.
Before FTD, Meg served as president of the Stride Rite Corporation's Stride Rite Division where she was responsible for the launch of the highly successful Munchkin baby shoe line and the repositioning of the Stride Rite brand and retail stores.
Meg spent 1989 to 1992 at the Walt Disney Company, highlighted by her work as senior vice president of marketing for the Disney Consumer Products Division.
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