EATS


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EATSEmpire Air Training Scheme (Australia)
EATSEquipment Acquisition Tracking System
EATSExhaust after Treatment System (vehicles)
EATSEuropean Airline Training Symposium
EATSEuropean Association for Transluminal Surgery (France)
EATSEverything And Then Some (restaurant; Cleveland, OH)
EATSEuropean Association of Taiwan Studies (London School of Oriental and African Studies; University of London; London, England, UK)
EATSEasy Assembly Transaction Solution (easy meal preparation industry)
EATSEnforcement Action Tracking System
EATSEarliest Available Time Scheduling
EATSExtended Area Tracking System
EATSExtended Area Test System (US DoD)
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References in classic literature ?
In this world, even as children, we must accustom ourselves to eat of everything, for we never know what life may hold in store for us!"
"Yes; I haven't had anything to eat since last night's supper," she exclaimed.
Some diners have wine too upon the table, and in the pauses of thinking what a divine mystery dinner is, they eat.
"Come, come," said Danglars, tapping his fingers against the door, "I think it is quite time to think of giving me something to eat!" But whether he did not understand him, or whether he had received no orders respecting the nourishment of Danglars, the giant, without answering, went on with his dinner.
that a man should eat a newly murdered thing of the sea, and eat it too by its own light.
Later, when he had grown more formidable, he wanted to eat the hawk.
I shall eat it to-day.--Agno, let the killing of the dogs begin so that the canoe-men shall eat at due time."
"By to-morrow morning," the boy went on, "we must go where there is something to eat, or we shall grow very hungry and become very unhappy."
It is amusing to see boys eat when you have not got to pay for it.
Then the criminal orders meat and drink to be brought out, they eat and drink together, he asks a formal pardon, which is not granted at first; however, the husband forgives first one part of the debt, and then another, till at length the whole is remitted.
"A nice country this is," he grumbled, "where a respectable horse has to eat pink grass!"
Not only did the habit of a lifetime prompt him to eat it raw, but the craving of his palate as well; for to him cooked flesh was spoiled flesh when compared with the rich and juicy meat of a fresh, hot kill.