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a set of standards adopted by the moving pictures experts group for the compression of digital video and audio data or a file of data compressed according to those standards

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RWD version has EPA-estimated ratings of 27 mpg city /29 mpg highway/28 mpg combined; 4WD version has EPA-estimated ratings of 23 mpg city /26 mpg highway/25 mpg combined.
Estimates for pickups place the reintroduced gas-powered Ford Ranger mid-size truck at 30 mpg on the highway.
AAM's shareholders will own approximately 70% of the combined company and MPG's shareholders will own approximately 30%.
"John was an invaluable leader at MPG," the firm's managing partner Marc Greenberger said in a company memo on Westling's passing.
MPG, which is the parent company of iron casting company Grede, provides lightweight components for use in powertrain and suspension applications for the global light, commercial and industrial vehicle markets.
We hope that by taking part in the MPG Marathon we can show how sustainable and effective hydrogen fuel is."
MPG continues to exhibit minimal demand risk, given the terms of its PPA with SESCO.
The patients were divided into 3 groups, stenosis versus chronic total occlusion (CTO), MPG 1, 2 versus MPG 3, successful versus unsuccessful recanalization.
If you drive 20,000 miles a year and you're getting 13 mpg, over two years you'll spend $9,228 on fuel (assuming gas stays at $3 a gallon, which it probably won't).
“For me, MPG is a fantastic next step in my career.
The Scion iQ gives a little more car for the money than the Smart ForTwo, while still retuning an average of 37 mpg. Thinking small in size is usually the best way to spend small amounts of cash at the pump.
Summary: MPG has followed in the footsteps of its sister network Euro RSCG by taking its mother's name
I KEEP telling you to disregard manufacturer mpg ratings and look for real-world figures.
magazine found the majority of cars tested fell well short of their claimed miles per gallon (mpg) figures.