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ARTSAMEDD (Army Medical Department) Resource Tracking System
ARTSArts Recognition and Talent Search
ARTSAutomated Radar Terminal System
ARTSAssociation of Retail Technology Standards
ARTSAutomated Radar Tracking System
ARTSArchival and Retrieval System
ARTSAsphalt Rubber Technology Service (Clemson University)
ARTSAll-purpose Remote Transport System
ARTSAccelerated Ray-Tracing System
ARTSAsynchronous Remote Takeover Server
ARTSArea Rapid Transit Service
ARTSAutomatic Range Transponder System
ARTSAmen-Ra Theological Seminary
ARTSAdvanced Rural Transportation System
ARTSAutomated Remote Tracking Stations
ARTSAdvanced Real-Time Simulation (System)
ARTSAutomatic Radar Terminal System
ARTSArmy Training Study
ARTSAutomated Resource Tracking System (NASA)
ARTSAutomated Resource Tracking System
ARTSAppleton Resources for Teachers and Students
ARTSAnticipatory Reactor Trip System
ARTSAdvanced Rid Tracking System
ARTSAir Route Traffic System
ARTSAviation Resource Training System (US DoD)
ARTSAutomated Regional Tracking System
ARTSAutomated Requirements Tractability System
ARTSAutomated Routine Testing System (Sprint)
ARTSArmy Reports-Of-Discrepancy Tracking System
ARTSAirborne Radar Target Simulator
ARTSAffordable Readiness Tracking System
ARTSAlignment Reference Transfer System (LODE)
ARTSAdvanced Records Technologies & Systems
ARTSAssured Real-Time Services
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The colors of the war-paint had blended in dark confusion about his fierce countenance, and rendered his swarthy lineaments still more savage and repulsive than if art had attempted an effect which had been thus produced by chance.
We go eastward to realize history and study the works of art and literature, retracing the steps of the race; we go westward as into the future, with a spirit of enterprise and adventure.
Mas'r Davy, he can remember what she was; you may judge for your own self what she is; but neither of you can't fully know what she has been, is, and will be, to my loving art.
Such lying, indeed, is the art of telling the truth.
Lament not EVE, but patiently resigne What justly thou hast lost; nor set thy heart, Thus over fond, on that which is not thine; Thy going is not lonely, with thee goes Thy Husband, him to follow thou art bound; Where he abides, think there thy native soile.
It seemed then to be your opinion, that the charm lay entirely in the art with which the unknown author had availed himself, like a second M`Pherson, of the antiquarian stores which lay scattered around him, supplying his own indolence or poverty of invention, by the incidents which had actually taken place in his country at no distant period, by introducing real characters, and scarcely suppressing real names.
The artist lost his temper, and suggested that if Trefusis could not feel that the prerogative of art was divine, perhaps he could understand that a painter was not such a fool as to design a tomb for five pounds when he might be painting a portrait for a thousand.
They have neither the matured and systematically trained powers of the Polygonal Bachelors and Masters of Arts, nor yet the native precocity and mercurial versatility of the youthful Tradesman.
For as there are persons who, by conscious art or mere habit, imitate and represent various objects through the medium of colour and form, or again by the voice; so in the arts above mentioned, taken as a whole, the imitation is produced by rhythm, language, or 'harmony,' either singly or combined.
In England, the arts that have escaped best are the arts in which the public take no interest.
It is made up of accumulated tradition, kept alive by individual pride, rendered exact by professional opinion, and, like the higher arts, it spurred on and sustained by discriminating praise.
Tacitus saith, Livia sorted well with the arts of her husband, and dissimulation of her son; attributing arts or policy to Augustus, and dissimulation to Tiberius.