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"Murrell, Thomas" <TMurrell -at- alldata -dot- net> wrote:
> Interesting question. I read your comment and thought, "Everybody knows the
> abbreviation for Management is MNGT." But then I asked myself how *I* knew
Funny, I have always used MGMT as the shortform for management. A
check of our company's policy and procedure documentation shows that
the same shortform has been used for over 20 years. I can't ever
remembering seeing MNGT in any written material where shorforms have
Maybe its because I'm from Canada, eh?
Ralph E. Robinson
PS. I work for a US mega corporation.
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