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AcronymDefinition
FIVEFramework for Immersive Virtual Environments
FIVEFarnborough International Venue and Events (UK)
FIVEFamilial Isolated Vitamin E deficiency
FIVEFire-Induced Vulnerability Evaluation (nuclear engineering)
FIVEFunctional Interventions in Versatile Environments (student behavior)
FIVEFlorida Institute of Video Education
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The other, who appeared to share equally in the attention of the young officer, concealed her charms from the gaze of the soldiery with a care that seemed better fitted to the experience of four or five additional years.
This requires about four hundred and eighty or five hundred duelists a year--for in summer the college term is about three and a half months, and in winter it is four months and sometimes longer.
Then they made their way through the front rows of stalls and looked at Box Five on the grand tier, They could not see it well, because it was half in darkness and because great covers were flung over the red velvet of the ledges of all the boxes.
He saved the credit of the Erie by telephone--lent it five million dollars as he lay at home on a sickbed.
Moreover, if the King's companies keep these prizes, the winning companies shall have, first, two tuns of Rhenish wine; second, two tuns of English beer; and, third, five of the fattest harts that run on Dallom Lea.
Were the representatives in Virginia to be regulated by the standard in Rhode Island, they would, at this time, amount to between four and five hundred; and twenty or thirty years hence, to a thousand.
Coming from eggs in which they have lain for five years, the period of incubation, they step forth into the world perfectly developed except in size.
Really, I knew already the anterior part of this submarine boat, of which this is the exact division, starting from the ship's head: the dining-room, five yards long, separated from the library by a water-tight partition; the library, five yards long; the large drawing-room, ten yards long, separated from the Captain's room by a second water-tight partition; the said room, five yards in length; mine, two and a half yards; and, lastly a reservoir of air, seven and a half yards, that extended to the bows.
His five friends of the Reform Club passed these three days in a state of feverish suspense.
The favourite metres of the T`ang poets were in lines of five or seven syllables.
I have ten left," said the man, "for here are eleven, and I had twenty-one, five more than last year.
There are not more than five musical notes, yet the combinations of these five give rise to more melodies than can ever be heard.