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AVEAvenue
AVEAverage
AVEAudio Video Entertainment
AVEAudio Visual Entrainment (behavior disorder treatment)
AVEAlta Velocidad Espanola (train between Madrid and Seville)
AVEAlta Velocidad Española (Spanish: High Speed Train)
AVEAbstinence Violation Effect
AVEAdvertising Value Equivalent
AVEAlliance Villes Emploi (French: Urban Employment Alliance)
AVEArterial Vascular Engineering, Inc.
AVEAerospace Vehicle Equipment
AVEAssociation Valentinoise des Etudiants (French: Valence Student Association; est. 1984)
AVEAnalog Video Equipment
AVEAura Validation Experiment (NASA)
AVEAdolescent Vocational Exploration
AVEAutoCAD Visualization Extension
AVEAgence pour le Volontariat Etudiant (French: Student Volunteer Agency)
AVEAgnes Viénot Editions (French publishing house; est. 1995)
AVEAtmospheric Variability Experiment
AVEAll Valence Electron
AVEAutomatic Volume Expansion
AVEAirborne Vehicle Equipment
AVEAssociation Vincennoise d'Escalade (French: Vincennoise Climbing Association; mountain climbing)
AVEVictims of Philatelic Investment Fraud (French abbreviation)
AVEAnalog Voice Equipment
AVEAnciens Véhicules de l'Enclave (French automobile club)
AVEAussenhandelsvereinigung des Deutschen Einzelhandels eV (Germany)
AVEAssociation Village Entreprises
AVEAerovia Venezolana
AVEAverage Velocity Error
AVEAdult Value Education
AVEAutomatic Ventilating Equipment
AVEAverage Volume Expansion
AVEAlgebraic Video Environment (video database system)
AVEAudio Video Electronics (Minnesota)
AVEAssociation Vidéo ESSEC (École Supérieure des Sciences Économiques et Commerciales; French: ESSEC (Superior School of Economic Science and Business) Video Association; est. 1991)
AVEAugmented Virtual Environment
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And yet in my time the royal yards of an average profitable ship were a good way up above her decks.
If an animal can in any way protect its own eggs or young, a small number may be produced, and yet the average stock be fully kept up; but if many eggs or young are destroyed, many must be produced, or the species will become extinct.
The amount of food for each species of course gives the extreme limit to which each can increase; but very frequently it is not the obtaining food, but the serving as prey to other animals, which determines the average numbers of a species.
Bodily inconvenience and mental anguish may be included, but the average courts are not, as a rule, swayed by sentiment.
The supply of food, on an average, remains constant, yet the tendency in every animal to increase by propagation is geometrical; and its surprising effects have nowhere been more astonishingly shown, than in the case of the European animals run wild during the last few centuries in America.
To appreciate the full magnitude of this stroke, consider these other figures: the annual expenses of a national government amount to the equivalent of a contribution of three days' average wages of every individual of the population, counting every individual as if he were a man.
Its outgoing calls are two hundred thousand a year and its incoming calls three hundred thousand, which means that for every morning, evening, or Sunday edition, there has been an average of seven hundred and fifty messages.
The average length of haul from barn to market in the United States is nine and a half miles, so that every trip saved means an extra day's work for a man and team.
It was so cleverly stupid and unoriginal, and also so convincing, that the leaders cannot help but regard him as safe and sure, while his platitudes are so much like the platitudes of the average voter that - oh, well, you know you flatter any man by dressing up his own thoughts for him and presenting them to him.
No more than the average Republican," was the retort, "or average Democrat, either.
Ernest asked, "--unselfish and godlike, and so few in numbers as to be practically non-existent, or are you discussing the common and ordinary average man?
I have had my fears about that: can you relieve me by an assurance at least of its average power?