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MAT

multifocal atrial tachycardia; see chaotic atrial tachycardia, under tachycardia.

mat

1 abbreviation for maternity.
2 abbreviation for maturity.
3 abbreviation for maternal.

MAT

Abbreviation for:
maternal
mean arousal time
medical analysis tool
medical assistance team
metaphase anaphase transition
methionine adenosyltransferase
microagglutination test
microscopic agglutination test
multiagent therapy
multifocal atrial trachycardia (see there)
myeloablative therapy

MAT

Multifocal atrial trachycardia, see there.

MAT

Abbreviation for multifocal atrial tachycardia.

MAT

microscopic agglutination test.

mat

a localized, tight tangle of hairs, often seen in poorly groomed longhaired dogs and cats. They occur most commonly around the ears and on the legs, but in extreme cases, large areas of the body may be encased in a continuous mat.

mat rush
mat spurge
euphorbiadrummondii.
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Mr Spence said Matless claimed a Ford Orion car that he was overtaking had cut in front of him, causing him to swerve.
Mr Michael Clare, defending, said Matless - who was 20 at the time of the accident - had a clean driving licence and was "extremely sorry about what happened.
At first that might seem an unwise presumption, but as things turned out we have accepted the collapse of both with hardly a struggle, so Matless is probably right.
The persistent strain of fascism that Matless detects rises up in the most apparently innocent pressure groups.
Matless D, 2009, "Nature voices" Journal of Historical Geography 35 178-188
Matless D, Merchant P, Watkins C, 2005, "Animal landscapes: otters and wildfowl in England 1945-1970" Transactions of the Insititue of British Geographers, New Series 30 191-205
It is most often invoked to support postmodern criticism in geography (Dewsbury, 2000; Doel, 1993; Edney, 1996; Thrift, 2000) but it is rarely used as a conceptual basis for cartographic analysis, with only a few exceptions (Crouch and Matless, 1996).