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Synonyms for MPS

a widely distributed system of free and fixed macrophages derived from bone marrow

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MPs with young children, often felt that the job limited the time that they could spend with their children.
Two coalition peers were also revealed to be letting out properties to MPs while claiming thousands of pounds from the House of Lords' attendance allowance.
Rebelling MP Khadhem al-Shammari states: "I say most of the blocs and MPs support the extension [of the US presence] behind closed doors, but publicly they say something different.
Commenting on the meeting, James Warlick expressed his admiration of the independent MPs for the bravery to part ways with their parliamentary groups.
Asked about the number of hours worked, for example, former UK Labour MP Oona King said "MPs often work from about 8 am.
In the first round vote on the 20th article, 338 MPs voted in favor, 70 voted against it.
According to Imelda Ryona, who reported the results of studies done at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva in the Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry in 2008, degradation of MPs begins around veraison and continues through maturation.
One of the MPs stood and demanded all other MPs work harder in order to annex the Shangal district to Kurdistan Region.
His call for the Government to help former Allied, Steel and Wire workers robbed of their pensions, not only gathered cross-bench support but threatened a major Commons rebellion by Labour MPs and forced ministers to act.
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In his first Prime Minister's Questions Boris Johnson faced questions from MPs on prorogation, Operation Yellowhammer, the effects of Brexit and more
MPS have inflicted a defeat on the Government by backing a proposal to block a "no-deal" Brexit.
Here follows the new composition of parliamentary groups: Ennahdha Movement group : 68 MPs National Coalition group : 45 MPs Nidaa Tounes group : 37 MPs Machrou Tounes group : 15 MPs Democratic group : 12 MPs Allegiance to Homeland : 10 MPs Popular Front group : 9 MPs Independents : 21 MPs.
It is illuminating to look at the issue of MPs' benefits and their relationship with the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) in light of these observations about the Constitution.
The Select Committee will comprise of 40 parliamentarians including 20 MPs from the ruling party, 13 MPs representing the main Opposition, 05 MPs from the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) and 02 MPs representing the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP).