Arse

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Arse or ARSE may refer to:

  • British English Anglo-Saxon word for the buttocks, usually replaced by "ass" by US and by some Canadian English speakers, although "arse" is still more commonly used in Atlantic Canada and among older people in Ontario and to the west.[1]
    • "arsehole", a similar British/Irish/Scottish/Canadian/Australian/New Zealand term for the anus, equivalent to "asshole" in American English.
  • Arylsulfatase E, an arylsulfatase gene; deficiencies of it are associated with X-linked recessive chondrodysplasia punctata
  • Animal Research - Scientific and Experimental, a fictional animal research centre in the book The Plague Dogs.
  • Seigneurie d'Arse, a French wine from the Fitou region.

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  1. ^ Canadian English