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AcronymDefinition
MetSMetabolic Syndrome
MetSMining Equipment, Technology and Services (industry sector)
MetSMetabolic Equivalents (multiples of resting oxygen uptake)
MetSMetadata Encoding and Transmission Standard
MetSMetropolitans (New York baseball team)
MetSMission Essential Tasks
MetSMaterials and Equipment Trading Service
MetSMetropolitan Evansville Transit System
MetSMotorist Emergency Telepone System (Australia)
MetSModular Egress Training Simulator (Survival Systems)
MetSMobile Electronic Test Set
MetSModern Engineering and Technology Seminar
MetSMechanized Export Traffic System
MetSMicrowave Energy Transmission in Space
MetSMobile Electronic Threat Simulator
MetSModular Equipment Transporter System (NASA)
MetSMobile Emissions Testing System (US EPA)
MetSMcCord's Emergency Travel Service
MetSMeteorological Event Triggering System (Atmospheric Technology, Inc.)
MetSModular Engine Test Stand
MetSMaintenance Equipment Transport System
References in classic literature ?
"Tell me first," I said, "how the Indian in the armoury met his death, and what those last words meant, when he pointed to the dagger in your hand."
"The Indian met his death, as I suppose, by a mortal wound," said Herncastle.
So he set out once more on his journey, sighing, and in great despair, when on a sudden his friend the fox met him, and said, 'You see now what has happened on account of your not listening to my counsel.
I shouldn't wonder-- But they've probably spoiled her, so that she'd be tiresome if one met her again."
But he never thought about her as he had thought of all the young ladies without exception whom he had met in society, nor as he had for a long time, and at one time rapturously, thought about Sonya.
Archer looked up and met his visitor's anxious gaze.
"I may not have met you personally," Granet admitted, "but if you are the Surgeon-Major Thomson who has been doing such great things with the Field Hospitals at the front, then like nearly every poor crock out there I owe you a peculiar debt of gratitude.
Here he met Charles Lamb, who also became a writer, and whose Essays and Tales from Shakespeare I hope you will soon read.
They had not gone far when they met with a troop of women collected round a well, talking and laughing.
I distrusted and disliked you from the moment I first met you in Bekwando village with poor old Monty for a partner, and read the agreement you had drawn up and the clause about the death of either making the survivor sole legatee.
I told you I had met with a disappointment which had broken me for life.
Vronsky and he had gone completely different ways on leaving the corps, and had only met once since.