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advanced record system.
Agricultural Research Service.
it is art to conceal art; true art conceals the means by which it is achieved.
art for art’s sake.
art is long, life is short.
Contemporary Examples

One study notes that ingestion of Po-210 can cause similar but not identical symptoms to other forms of ARS.
The Ghost of Yasser Arafat Yousef Munayyer July 11, 2012

ARS identified what it called the “stalker gap,” where people convicted of stalking as a misdemeanor can still carry guns.
The Battle Is On in Gabby Giffords’s Old District Eleanor Clift October 8, 2014

DIC, it turns out, is noted in multiple studies as a possible complication of ARS.
The Ghost of Yasser Arafat Yousef Munayyer July 11, 2012

Historical Examples

Horace’s notice of him in the ARS Poetica is quite ridiculous.
Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay George Otto Trevelyan

The ‘ARS Moriendi’ was the most popular of all the block books.
A Brief History of Wood-engraving from Its Invention Joseph Cundall

Leibnitz on various occasions alluded to the ARS signorum in commendatory terms.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 9 Various

It is amusing to view the unpar one ar alleled embarra two ARS is it?
Ulysses James Joyce

We call the region where the superior and internal part of the forearm is joined to the trunk the ‘ARS.’
Artistic Anatomy of Animals douard Cuyer

That is why they engraved upon the tomb these syllables: ARS.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Vol. 66, No 409, November 1849 Various

Crutched′-frī′ARS, an order of friARS so called from the sign of the cross which they wore—Crouched- or Crossed-friARS.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various

noun phrase

art for the sake of art

The Impressionists’s motto was ‘ars gratia artis’.
Word Origin

authentication response
Agricultural Research Service
Agricultural Restructuring Scenario
Archive Retrieval System
autonomously replicating sequence


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