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MARS

Abbreviation for:
Mutually Agreed Resignation Scheme

molecular adsorbent recirculating system

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MARS

An artificial liver that removes toxins from the blood. It is used temporarily to support and treat patients with fulminant hepatic failure while awaiting liver transplantation.
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Dramatically, the two scenes with the gods continue the action begun in the prologue, where Diana urged Amore to conquer the heart of Alessandro, setting up a competition between Amore and Bellona, who vowed that the hero would not be vanquished; thus, all the scenes with gods are concerned with that part of the plot that involves the love between Alessandro and Rossane.
'colour' terms are (also) evaluatory terms: Dani (H8), Bellona (K19, S6), Gusii (W8), Tikopia (M22)
Additional to Bellona, Zolotkov has for many years been working on board the Russian nuclear icebreaker fleet's transport-and storage vessel
Bellona will perform three musical works: "AUU," "Casting" and "Running Expressions," in which he explores data-driven devices as musical instruments, including the Wacom tablet and Microsoft Kinect.
Non-dentate pottery from late third millennium BP contexts were found from Sikumango on the Polynesian outlier of Bellona (Poulsen 1972), and the Feru II shelter on Santa Ana (Black and Green 1975; see also Swadling 2000:Fig.
At the meeting were representatives from the Norwegian environmental body the Bellona Foundation and the North Norway Lofoten Islands.
The Temple of Bellona, built in 1760 and based on Rome's 5th-century Pantheon, overlooks springtime's carpet of more than a million white and purple crocuses.
Eventually a veteran of the Nile, the master of the Bellona, volunteered for the task and at 9.30 the squadron set off -- twelve ships of the line plus frigates and bomb-ketches.
"Contamination there is perhaps the highest in the world, and the most acute problem in that region is at Lake Karachay," says Thomas Nilsen, a researcher at the Bellona Foundation, an environmental organization headquartered in Oslo, Norway, that is concerned largely with energy production and nuclear power.
His troubles stem from a report he helped write for the Norwegian environmental group Bellona on the threat of radioactivity from Russia's aging fleet of nuclear submarines (a threat underscored by the August sinking of the Kursk in the Barents Sea).
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Scientists at the Bellona Foundation, who are monitoring the situation, said the Kursk was refitted in 1998 to carry upgraded torpedoes.