RATS


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AcronymDefinition
RATSRage against the System
RATSResearch and Technology Studies (US NASA)
RATSRough Auditing Tool for Security (software)
RATSRequest for Answer to Select (telecommunications)
RATSRegression Analysis of Time Series (Estima Software)
RATSRadio-Amateur Telecommunications Society
RATSRegional Anti Terrorism Structure (Shanghai Cooperation Organisation)
RATSRedwood Action Team at Stanford
RATSRadio Amateur Transmitting Society (Nashville, TN, USA)
RATSRadio Astronomy Team
RATSRobot Anti-Terror Squad ( toy)
RATSRisk Associated Trouble Spots
RATSReengineered Automated Travel System
RATSRapid Area Transportation Support
RATSRequired-Arrival-Time Steiner Tree (algorithm)
RATSRegression-Across-Time-and-Securities (finance)
RATSRemote Access Terminal Server
RATSRadar Altimeter Target Simulator
RATSRandom Access Timeslot
RATSRadar Acquisition & Tracking System
RATSRange Automated Tasking System (US Air Force)
RATSRepeater Automated Test System
RATSReturned Aircraft to Service
RATSRegulatory Automated Tools System (US Army Corps)
RATSRelocatable Automated Targeting System
RATSRoll Axis Tracking System
References in classic literature ?
Yes, it is infested with rats," said Tabitha tearfully, "I caught seven young ones out of one hole in the back kitchen, and we had them for dinner last Saturday.
All the cat has been beaten out of their blood, and they've become rats.
Ahem--er--you know of course that all ships have rats in them, Doctor, do you not?
And when you throw at a rat or anything, hitch yourself up a tiptoe and fetch your hand up over your head as awkward as you can, and miss your rat about six or seven foot.
The creatures had crept downwards with the subsidence of the rick till they were all together at the bottom, and being now uncovered from their last refuge they ran across the open ground in all directions, a loud shriek from the by-this-time half-tipsy Marian informing her companions that one of the rats had invaded her person--a terror which the rest of the women had guarded against by various schemes of skirt-tucking and self-elevation.
The lights were on again and in their glow there was revealed to the man the figure of a giant Martian rat crouching upon the table and gnawing upon his arm.
Neither my master nor any other person gave me any arsenic to destroy rats at any time.
Then there is the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin, how first he piped the rats away, and afterward, when the mayor broke faith with him, drew all the children along with him and went into the mountain.
And, moreover," Van Baerle, having become mistrustful in his captivity, continued, "there is an animal much more to be feared than even the cat or the rat.
A RAT that was about to emerge from his hole caught a glimpse of a Cat waiting for him, and descending to the colony at the bottom of the hole invited a Friend to join him in a visit to a neighbouring corn-bin.
At the same time there came from a workshop across a little yard outside the window, a regular sound of hammering that kept a kind of tune: RAT - tat-tat, RAT - tat-tat, RAT - tat-tat, without any variation.
Presently one of them, a little, mean-faced, black-bearded fellow with a countenance which reminded Tarzan of Pamba, the rat, laid his hand upon the shoulder of a giant who stood next him, and with whom all the others had been arguing and quarreling.