AR

Abbreviation of the Latin word argentum (silver), used in coin catalogues; it is also seen as ar or AR.
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Army
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Advanced Readiness
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Appraisal Report
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xAustralian audio equipment manufacturer.
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acronym: Argon
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abbreviation: Arkansas (ConUS south central state); also, see next
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abbreviation: Argentina (South America southern nation on Pacific Ocean); also, Aerial Refueling; also, Army Reserve; also, Air Receive
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Automatic Rifle. Usually used to refer to the AR-15, also known as the M16.
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Annual Reviews
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Ar conj. Ere; before. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Ar

Symbol for argon. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Stands for 'autoregressive.' Describes a stochastic process (denote here, et) that can be described by a weighted sum of its previous values and a white noise error. An AR(1) process is a first-order one, meaning that only the immediately previous value has a direct effect on the current value: et
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See: Auto-Regressive
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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ARGENTINA.
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argon.
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Ar

• (conj.) Ere; before.
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city, in the highlands of eastern Turkey. It lies 5,380 feet (1,640 metres) above sea level in the valley of the Murat River, a tributary of the ...
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Atomic number: 18
Element Symbol: Ar
Element Name: Argon
Atomic Weight: 39,948
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[city] Ar is mentioned in the Bible several times as a city of ancient Moab ({sourcetext|source=Bible|version=King James|book=Numbers|chapter=21|verse=15}). While the exact location is unknown, it was likely in the southern part of the Arnon Valley, which is the present day Wadi Mujib gorge in Jordan. The city was one of Moab`s most promine...
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Automatic Recloser.
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Silver
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for argon.
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Ar, symbol for the element argon.
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Ar (är) , city of Moab, probably one of the important centers E of the Dead Sea. The Greeks called it Areopolis, and later it was called Rabbath Moab. References to it in the Bible are numerous.
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