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MATESMulti-Agent System Technologies (conference)
MATESMobilization And Training Equipment Site (now Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site)
MATESManeuver Area Training Equipment Site (formerly Mobilization And Training Equipment Site)
MATESMethods, Architectures & Technologies for e-Service Engineering (workshop)
MATESMacro Agent Transport Event-Based Simulator
MATESMulti-Band, Anti-Ship, Cruise Missile Defense Tactical Electronic Warfare System (DoD/Navy)
MATESManufacturing And Tooling Expert System
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We sat down at once, and as I helped the chief mate, I said:
Schneider, the mate, had been doing considerable grumbling, and had at last openly deserted the work and gone off into the jungle with Schmidt to hunt.
These were always males, and they were pressingly insistent on joining with One Eye and his mate.
Even the heart of Zeus, who delights in thunder, is led astray by her; though he is greatest of all and has the lot of highest majesty, she beguiles even his wise heart whensoever she pleases, and mates him with mortal women, unknown to Hera, his sister and his wife, the grandest far in beauty among the deathless goddesses -- most glorious is she whom wily Cronos with her mother Rhea did beget: and Zeus, whose wisdom is everlasting, made her his chaste and careful wife.
Not a chip of the boat was harmed, nor a hair of any oarsman's head; but the mate for ever sank.
In the robin's nest there were Eggs and the robin's mate sat upon them keeping them warm with her feathery little breast and careful wings.
I told him I did not know his mate Bill, and this was for a person who stayed in our house whom we called the captain.
This other, which was evidently its mate, soon came toward us, bearing a mighty stone cudgel with which it evidently intended to brain me.
On 16 July mate reported in the morning that one of the crew, Petrofsky, was missing.
The first approach to the land, as yet invisible to the crew's eyes, is announced by the brisk order of the chief mate to the boatswain: "We will get the anchors over this afternoon" or "first thing to-morrow morning," as the case may be.
My brother, Dacor the Strong One, had gone to the land of Sari to steal a mate for himself.
I now think that his seeming desertion of me had been but due to a desire to search out his ferocious mate and bring her, too, to live with me.