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MAT

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.
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Putting the right information out there helps investors decide whether to take the next step in visiting the country and shows that the government is serious about rolling out the welcome mat.
SCOTLAND showed once again yesterday that it can roll out the welcome mat to refugees.
Meanwhile, Ballymena United boss David Jeffrey is demanding an improvement when his team roll out the welcome mat for Glenavon at the Warden Street Showgrounds.
This means completion is only a few months away, and that Amaia Skies Shaw will soon roll out the welcome mat to its new homeowners,' said Joel Punzalan, project development head for North Luzon at Amaia.
A more thorough search of the property led to the discovery of 29 deals of crack cocaine hidden under a makeshift welcome mat at the bottom of the stairs and PS1,388 in a Gucci man bag.
But Stockton South MP James Warton has withdrawn the welcome mat and written to the company's boss Richard McKerrow calling for him to ditch plans to film in the town.
SIR Alex Ferguson is to roll the welcome mat out for Stoke's "jolly green giants" insisting they hold no fears for Manchester United.
Burns insists he'd lay out the welcome mat for the British No.1 in tennis and was thrilled to learn Murray is a huge admirer of his sport.
In the event of a fire a welcome mat is unlikely to be the difference between life and death," he added.
The UK lays out a welcome mat for the wealthiest immigrants
"I am definitely putting the welcome mat out for anyone who wants to join the Labour Party, particularly ex-Liberal Democrats" - Ed Miliband, a contender for the Labour leadership, after former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy was reported as considering joining Labour - a report he has denied.