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MAT

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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com's launch marks the company's foray into the doormat segment, but not its first foray into eco-friendly mats.
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So we've said that if they take our doormats we'll call the police.
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We find that good design is driving the growth of this business," said Alex Kalafatides, sales and marketing director of doormat resource Entryways.
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Then spied my doormat and was like 'I'm nicking that.