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Mru

MRU may refer to:

Athletic Organizations

Computing

People

Schools

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.

See also

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