Definitions for "MEK"
Keywords:  ethyl, ketone, methyl, solvent, acetone
methly ethyl ketone
See Methyl Ethyl Ketone.
Methyl Ethyl Ketone. An organic solvent which is a potential substitute for carbon tetrachloride in a variety of hand-wipe and aerosol cleaning applications.
Mujahidin-e Khalq Organization, a.k.a. Holy Warriors of the People, National Liberation Army of Iran, Peoples Mujahidin of Iran, National Council of Resistance, and Muslim Iranian Student's Society based in Iraq
a terrorist organization formed in the 1960s by children of Iranian merchants; sought to counter the Shah of Iran's pro-Western policies of modernization and anti-communism; following a philosophy that mixes Marxism and Islam it now attacks the Islamic fundamentalists who deposed the Shah
(like deck). One of the 100 corporeal members of Caligastia's staff (see Ang). Mek headed the planetary council on art andscience. 748:3, (66:5.22)
Marine-Einsatzkommando: Kampfgruppe die für Sabotageeinsätze, Minenanbringung u.ä. eingesetzt wurde
Mek is a three issue comic book miniseries published in 2003 by Wild Storm, written by Warren Ellis, pencilled by Steve Rolston and inked by Al Gordon.
The word "mek" carries several terminologies, depending on the context used. Mek is short for Biomek - and is a phrase used to describe the higher tech Biomek MasterMind-controlled robots. To be in "mek form" or being a "hazard mek" are two phrases commonly used to describe Biomek chassis currently in hazard mode.