MARRS

AcronymDefinition
MARRSMid-Atlantic Road Racing Series (Sports Car Club of America)
MARRSMesocyclone Approach Radio Relay System (tornado detection)
MARRSMechanized Ammunition Recording & Reporting System
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"I know just how you feel about it, you daughter of Eve," she said, with gay sympathy, "but December roads are damp, and if you are going to walk to Marrs' you are not going to do it in those frivolous Parisian concoctions, even with overboots on; so be brave, dear heart, and show that you have a soul above little red satin shoes."
And in the evening--oh, rapture and delight!--we went to Kitty Marr's party.
When we left the Marr house, he had boldly said to Felicity, "May I see you home?" And Felicity, much to our amazement, had taken his arm and marched off with him.
Ethel Marr was admitted by all competent judges to have the most stylish modes of hair-dressing, and Jane Andrews--plain, plodding, conscientious Jane--carried off the honors in the domestic science course.
Melville's 'John Marr and Other Sailors,' of which twenty-five copies only were printed, on the one hand, and Mr.
The titles of these books are, 'John Marr and Other Sailors' (1888), and 'Timoleon'(1891).
Altering cell MARRS levels changes how the tumour cell divides and makes that cell easier to target.
Sheriff Lindsay Foulis said Perth and Kinross Council had done everything it could to make the Marrs act reasonably, but "due to the attitude of Mrs Marr and her family all these attempts have failed...
Yesterday, Perth sheriff court heard it was the second time Michael Marr, 37, had been caught selling hard drugs.
By half-time Hardwick were 7-1 up with Bradley scoring four, Marrs two and Billy Thomas the other.
Mrs Marrs passed away peacefully in hospital on March 28 after a long and contented life and will always be lovingly remembered by her son Brian.
Sheriff Lindsay Foulis made the decision after hearing complaints from neighbours of the Marrs from Leaden-flower Place, Crieff, Perthshire.