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MRU

MRU may refer to:

Athletic Organizations

  • Malaysian Rugby Union, (Malay: Kesatuan Ragbi Malaysia) the governing body for rugby union in Malaysia
  • Manawatu Rugby Union, the governing body of the sport of Rugby union in the Manawatu rugby province
  • Manawhenua Rugby Union, a New Zealand rugby union team made from the Manawatu and Horowhenua provinces
  • Marlborough Rugby Union, a New Zealand rugby union team that played from 1888-2005
  • Mauritius Rugby Union, the governing body for rugby union in Mauritius

Computing

  • Most Recently Used cache, a kind of caching algorithm;
  • Most Recently Used menu, a specific menu in Microsoft Windows;
  • Maximum Receive Unit, see Maximum transmission unit.

People

  • Muhammad Rafi Usmani, a religious scholar in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
  • Mihai Răzvan Ungureanu (born 1968), Romanian historian, politician and former Prime Minister of Romania

Schools

  • Mykolas Romeris University, in Lithuania
  • Mount Royal University, in Calgary, Alberta
  • Madrasah Riyazul Uloom, an Islamic school
  • Muteesa I Royal University, in Uganda
  • Marginal Revolution University, online economics school

Other

  • MRU GmbH, a German company that builds measuring instruments, portable and stationary, used to control combustion, pollution and environmental parameters
  • MRU Magazine, a monthly online publication that reviews unsigned musicians around the world Music Review Unsigned
  • MRU Holdings, a New York-based financial services company that specialized in higher education financing products
  • Mano River Union, a political union in Africa
  • Międzyrzecz Fortification Region(Polish:Międzyrzecki Rejon Umocniony), a military defence line in Western Poland
  • Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Mauritius, IATA Code: MRU
  • Motion Reference Unit, a kind of Inertial Measurement technology used in marine and aeronautical industries for determining relative position and bearing.

Much Regret Unable (to attend), in answer to an invitation. Common British military signals parlance. Acceptance would be signalled WMP (With Much Pleasure.

See also

  • Mru, or Mros, a community inhabiting parts of Bangladesh and Burma