VLAD


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AcronymDefinition
VLADVariable Life Adjusted Display
VLADVehicle Lightweight Arresting Device (US DoD)
VLADVertical Line Array DIFAR
VLADVinten Low-Angle Dolly
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During the exploration of the mountain Vlad and two of his men are attacked inside a cave by a powerful creature living in the dark, whom we later discover to be called the Vampire Master (a mesmerizing Charles Dance), a human being who made a pact with a demon and was granted immense powers in exchange for an eternity of darkness.
Vlad an orphan from Belarus showcasing his skills with me during our @TeamHopeIreland trip.
The citadel was repaired by 15th-century Romanian prince Vlad the Impaler, who inspired Bram Stoker's 1897 Gothic novel Dracula.
I think Bigi have good consistent as has Chris Tony "I think Bigi and Vlad have been pretty good and pretty consistent all season, as has Chris McCann.
In this paper, we propose to leverage two level hierarchical-codebooks to enhance the VLAD representation.
One of our company's technical experts - a Romaniabased chap called Vladimir (or Vlad to his mates) - has recently been accessing our computers from afar to install some gubbins or other.
Tottenham said in a statement: "We have reached agreement with Napoli for the transfer of Vlad Chiriches.
Vlad the Impaler (Luke Evans), here as in history, was a 15th-century Transylvanian prince who found himself in conflict with the Turks, the dominant power in the region.
But lo, all hope is not lost for ye who enter here--here being a mountain cave stumbled upon by Vlad and two adjutants, wherein lurks an ancient ur-vampire (a lip-smacking Charles Dance) who, after making mincemeat out of the prince's traveling companions, offers him a special trial membership (who knew?