TARS


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AcronymDefinition
TARSTethered Aerostat Radar System
TARSTarget Attack Radar System
TARSTactical Airborne Reconnaissance System
TARSTropical Agriculture Research Station (USDA; Mayagüez, Puerto Rico)
TARSTactical Air Reconnaissance System
TARSTeenAge Republican Society
TARSTheatre Airborne Reconnaissance System
TARSTerrestrial Aeronautical Radiotelephone System (provides telephone service on-board select military aircraft 2-4 channels)
TARSTerrain and Radar Simulator
TARSTheater Army Replacement System
TARSTravel Accor Reservation System
TARSTrade Acceptance and Reconciliation Service
TARSTerminal Automated Radar Services
TARSTactical Aerial Reconnaissance and Surveillance
TARSTest Analysis and Retrieval System
TARSTravelers Advisory Radio Stations
TARSTechnical Area Requirements Specification
TARSTraining and Administrative Reserves (on active duty)
TARSTask Assignment & Reporting System
TARSTime Activity Reporting System
TARSTraffic and Road Safety (University of Waikato; New Zealand)
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Now, I had made no attempt to walk, since my first signal failure, except while tightly grasping Tars Tarkas' arm, and so now I went skipping and flitting about among the desks and chairs like some monstrous grasshopper.
Tars Tarkas advanced toward me, holding out one of his arms, and we thus proceeded to the plaza without further mishap.
Her name, as I afterward learned, was Sola, and she belonged to the retinue of Tars Tarkas.
When Tar and Sighs were walking together to the Chapter House on Speech-Day a week later, Tar, who had a bitter tongue, remarked to his colleague:
We took no notice of the joking, but acted, after the manner of greenhorns, as though the Coal Tar Maggie required our undivided attention.
With only ten feet of water under us, this would permit the Coal Tar Maggie to swing in a circle six hundred feet in diameter, in which circle she would be able to foul at least half the fleet.
Hardly had we finished the meal and washed the dishes, when a skiff ground against the Coal Tar Maggie's side, and heavy feet trampled on deck.
Didn't swipe it," Nicholas answered, meeting them on their own ground and encouraging the idea that we had stolen the Coal Tar Maggie.
It was beautifully calm, and in the brilliant white moonlight we watched them through our night glasses and told Charley of the voyage of the Coal Tar Maggie.
In the same PNAS, Rayudu Gopalakrishna and his colleagues at the University of Southern California School of Medicine in Los Angeles report on mechanisms behind one such link: cancer and the tar deposited in the lungs by cigarette smoke.
This report was created for strategic planners, international marketing executives and export managers whose primary concern is the world market for mineral tars and their distillation products including similar products obtained by processing petroleum or by any other process.