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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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If there has been a frustrating stuck feeling around something financial or physical of late, the forward march of action planet Mars will help to nudge things forward.
Oh the ivory towers they live in, as they seek to assure us that their feet are firmly planted on Planet Mars.
In Inspired Hill, 1950, a red-hot radioactive desert pulsating under a distant sun feels more like the dead planet Mars than Earth.
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During the ceremony, the UAE will unveil for the first time scientific information and logistical details regarding the first Arab project to planet Mars.