Definitions for "Mica"
The name of a group of minerals characterized by highly perfect cleavage, so that they readily separate into very thin leaves, more or less elastic. They differ widely in composition, and vary in color from pale brown or yellow to green or black. The transparent forms are used in lanterns, the doors of stoves, etc., being popularly called isinglass. Formerly called also cat-silver, and glimmer.
Approved for use in cosmetics, including the eye area. Glossary
A natural mineral bonded with shellac to create a light diffuser, usually available in Silver or Amber colors.
Keywords:  pam, pgina, chipcards, happier, wone
Mica allows to exchange the authentication of windows systems with all kinds of chipcards, RFID-Cards and other hardware. In contrary to other solutions like PAM for Windows or pGINA Mica is based on kerberos and therefore offers single sign-on.
Sweet, intelligent, built like a Hindu goddess, and likes to shop. I don't know her very well but Jon is happier when he gets to spend time with her so it would be hard for me to dislike her. (10/2002) Except that Jon broke things off and ended up dating and marrying her best friend. That caused the sort of soap opera wone would expect but I got to miss almost all of that. Mica didn't get invited to the wedding. Pam did.
Modem ISDN channel aggregation.
Multiservice IOS Channel Aggregation. Technology that enables the simultaneous support of remote-access users through both analog modems and ISDN devices.
Multi-service IOS Channel Aggregation. Used as a generic term to describe the Dial Technology Division (DTD) high density modem technology.
Medically Ill Chemical Abusers
any number of programs that deal with a person's particular emotional disorder while simultaneously addressing substance abuse issues
Mentally Ill Chemical Abuser. MICA refers to programs for those who are dually diagnosed.
Keywords:  glistening, pearlized, talc, skid, snap
A small glistening particle of talc or other crystal line substance present in large numbers in the structure of a rock; commonly used in ‘ crystal' radio sets.
Technically a rock material. It is added to balls to pearlize them. Pearlized balls normally skid further and then snap harder. Some new types (sizes) of mica are being added to balls to affect their performance. Some actually help a ball skid in the oil creating a snap at the break point.
Keywords:  matra, aam, french, produced
French AAM produced by Matra
Keywords:  paintwork, metallic
mica paintwork (similar to metallic)
a main part of heating elements
Mica is fire proof, infusible, incombustible and non- flammable and can resist temperatures of 600-C to 900-C,depending on the type of mica. It has low heat conductivity, excellent thermal stability and may be exposed to high temperatures without noticeable effect.
Natural product that is acid-free and heat-resistant. This consists of paper-thin layers that can be peeled apart and applied with a clear adhesive to photos, flowers, and other accents.
Keywords:  glittering, referring
referring to mica, glittering ("micans")
an antisense regulator of ompA (outer membrane protein A) in E
Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Handicraft
Keywords:  slurry, dams, china, gravity, residue
Fine wastes produced as a result of processing china clay. Produced as slurry, it is settled out by gravity in micaceous residue dams.
The Matchbox International Collectors Association founded in 1985
Mica is a system for building network-accessible multiuser portable applications. It is a programming language and execution environment designed to be accessible by more than one programmer at a time. It implements a pure Object-Oriented language, with an instance-based inheritance model.
Meat Importers Council of America
a well-established pigment used in the manufacture of paint
A pigment used to increase the eye-appeal of the finish.
Keywords:  texturizer, agent, coloring
Used as a texturizer and coloring agent.