MRA

MRA may refer to:

  • Magnetic resonance angiography
  • Mail retrieval agent
  • Mandibular repositioning appliance or mandibular advancement splint for sleep apnea
  • Marin Rowing Association
  • Market Reduction Approach
  • Marketing Research Association
  • Massachusetts Rifle Association
  • Men's rights advocate
  • Metal Roofing Alliance
  • Microcredit regulatory Authority
  • Minimum reception altitude
  • Moral Re-Armament
  • Mountain Rescue Association
  • Multiple regression analysis
  • Multiresolution analysis
  • Mutant registration acts (comics)
  • Mutual recognition agreement or mutual recognition arrangement

Other articles related to "mra":

Tagin
... although two groups of Tagin–the Nah and Mra have come under the influence of Tibetan Buddhism ... The Mra of Limeking Circle, along the Indo-China Border are not to be confused with The Mara of Taliha Circle ... In case of The 'Mra' community, the adherence was never religious but cultural in small measure and in recent years they have almost completely converted to Christianity ...
Legendre Wavelet - Legendre Multiresolution Filters
... n integer polynomials can be used to define the smoothing filter of a multiresolution analysis (MRA) ... Since the appropriate boundary conditions for an MRA are and, the smoothing filter of an MRA can be defined so that the magnitude of the low-pass can be ...
Magnetic Resonance Angiography - Acquisition - 2D and 3D Acquisitions
... Both PC-MRA and TOF-MRA have advantages and disadvantages ... PC-MRA has fewer difficulties with slow flow than TOF-MRA and also allows quantitative measurements of flow ... PC-MRA shows low sensitivity when imaging pulsating and non-uniform flow ...
Madison-Ridgeland Academy - Athletics
... MRA is well known for its success in basketball ... MRA's main rivals are Jackson Academy and Jackson Prep ... MRA has won three of the past four Mississippi Private School Association (MPSA) overall tournaments ...
Minimum Reception Altitude
... In aviation, minimum reception altitude (MRA) is the lowest altitude on an airway segment where an aircraft can be assured of receiving signals from navigation aids like VOR or NDB ... Typically, the greater the distance between navigation aids, the higher the MRA ... MRA is becoming less important with the availability of GPS satellite navigation, which allows aircraft to get navigational guidance all the way down to ...