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AcronymDefinition
HVHigh Voltage
HVHeavy
HVHauptversammlung (German: General Meeting)
HVHome Video
HVHeimevernet
HVHigh-Velocity
HVHigh Value
HVHypervisor
HVHigh Vacuum
HVVickers Hardness
HVHash Value (programming)
HVHorizontal-Vertical
HVHollywood Video (video store)
HVHintavaraus
HVHantavirus
HVHealth Visiting (nursing)
HVHoliday Valley (Ellicotville, NY ski resort)
HVHandelsvertreter (German: sales agent)
HVHydroxyvalerate (chemical compound)
HVHand Valve
HVHrvatska Vojska (Croatian Army)
HVHyper-Velocity
HVHevosvoima (Finish: horsepower)
HVHorizontal Transmit, Vertical Receive (polarization)
HVHall Voltage
HVHematocrit Value
HVHabitual Violator (law enforcement)
HVHyvä Veli (Finnish: Dear Brother)
HVTransavia Airlines CV (code for Dutch airline)
HVHeat of Vaporation (also seen as HVap)
HVHercules Victor (Latin: Hercules the Winner, epigraphy)
HVHonestus Vir (Latin: Virtuous Man, epigraphy)
HVHarmonic Vocoder
HVHunter Vehicle
HVHora Quinta (Latin: Fifth Hour, epigraphy)
HVHeating and Ventilation Unit
HVHaptic-to-Visual
HVHuis Visser
HVHudson Valley
HVHarper Valley
HVHeavy Vehicle
References in classic literature ?
Though heavy and feverish, with a pain in her limbs, and a cough, and a sore throat, a good night's rest was to cure her entirely; and it was with difficulty that Elinor prevailed on her, when she went to bed, to try one or two of the simplest of the remedies.
His little eyes were a brilliant black under his heavy brows.
These canisters smashed on striking the ground--they did not explode--and incontinently disengaged an enormous volume of heavy, inky vapour, coiling and pour- ing upward in a huge and ebony cumulus cloud, a gaseous hill that sank and spread itself slowly over the surrounding country.
As he said this, the man came towards Edmond, who heard a heavy metallic substance laid down beside him, and at the same moment a cord was fastened round his feet with sudden and painful violence.
With this loss of substance and exhaustion of strength, the homes of the people will be stripped bare, and three-tenths of their income will be dissipated; while government expenses for broken chariots, worn-out horses, breast-plates and helmets, bows and arrows, spears and shields, protective mantles, draught-oxen and heavy wagons, will amount to four-tenths of its total revenue.
It was the wintry, murky time of cold gales and heavy seas.
This happened to be the rainy season at the islands, and the heavens had nearly the whole morning betokened one of those heavy showers which during this period so frequently occur.
For instance, a young man having inherited a splendid fortune, laid out a considerable portion of it in the purchase of diseases, and finally spent all the rest for a heavy lot of repentance and a suit of rags.
After a short time it became apparent that the African was trying to find out what was behind the heavy door.
He isn't heavy a bit," said Dorothy eagerly, "for he is stuffed with straw; and if you will bring him back to us, we shall thank you ever and ever so much.
Feel,' said he, 'how heavy it is, and yet it is only eight weeks old.
The hot weather of July had crept upon them unawares, and the atmosphere of the flat vale hung heavy as an opiate over the dairy-folk, the cows, and the trees.