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VICVictor
VICVictoria (State of Australia)
VICVictory
VICVictim (police slang)
VICVicinity
VICVicar
VICVicarage
VICVoice Interface Card (Cisco)
VICVoluntary Investigation and Cleanup
VICVirtual Interactive Center (Knoxville, Tennessee)
VICVicoden (pain killing drug)
VICVisitor Information Center
VICVirginia Intermont College (Bristol, Virginia)
VICVicodan
VICVariable Infiltration Capacity
VICVirtual Information Center (APAN)
VICVictory Field (Indianapolis Baseball Field)
VICVehicle Information Center
VICVienna International Center
VICVideo Interface Chip (Commodore computer)
VICVery Important Customer
VICVideo Interface Controller
VICVoting Information Center
VICVery Important Client
VICVirtual Innovation Center (IBM)
VICVisual Information Center
VICVirtual Information Centre (ICICI, India)
VICVector Interrupt Controller
VICVector In Commander
VICVirtual Information Channel
VICVector in Command
VICVisual Interactive Code
VICVehicle Identification Code
VICVehicle In-Commission
VICVirtual Individual Combatant
VICVideo Image Compression
VICVirus Indexing Centre (Sri Lanka)
VICVast Interface Change
VICVariable Instruction Computer
VICVision Institute of Canada
VICVehicle Internal Communications
ViCVagueness in Communication (workshop)
VICVector Incoherent Channel
VICVisibility of In-transit Cargo
VICVisibility of Information Cargo
VICVariable Initial Condition
VICVirtual Intelligent Component
ViCVariation in Conversation Project (The Ohio State University)
VICVeterans in Christ (Dublin, GA)
VICVideo Image Capture (software)
VICVirtual Imaging Corporation (Illionis)
VICVirtual Irish Community (resource; Ireland)
References in classic literature ?
Doubtless they feel that they cannot trust themselves in the close vicinity of so much perfectly good food without the danger that they may help themselves to a mouthful some time by mistake.
With how little propriety they are to be regarded as forming a separate group will be at once apparent, when it is considered that they lie in the immediate vicinity of the other islands, that is to say, less than a degree to the northwest of them; that their inhabitants speak the Marquesan dialect, and that their laws, religion, and general customs are identical.
For a short time the tribe of Tarzan lingered in the vicinity of the beach because their new chief hated the thought of leaving the treasured contents of the little cabin forever.
A great number of horses were grazing in the vicinity, many of them doubtless captured in marauding excursions,
Better this, however, than nothing and from what his senses had told him there was no flesh in the vicinity such as he was accustomed to and cared most for.
And it is supposed to be in a buried city named Kurzon, somewhere in the Sierra de Merendon range of mountains, in the vicinity of the Copan valley.
But this was only the external condition; the essential significance of the presence of the Emperor and of all these people, from a courtier's point of view (and in an Emperor's vicinity all became courtiers), was clear to everyone.
I determined on retiring to some quiet, pretty neighbourhood in the vicinity of London; I saw a house which exactly suited my fancy; I have taken it and furnished it.
For that singular craft at times evinced by the Sperm Whale when, sounding with his head in one direction, he nevertheless, while concealed beneath the surface, mills round, and swiftly swims off in the opposite quarter --this deceitfulness of his could not now be in action; for there was no reason to suppose that the fish seen by Tashtego had been in any way alarmed, or indeed knew at all of our vicinity.
asked the Falcon, bending his beak in deep reverence (for it must be known that, after all, the Lovely Maiden with Azure Hair was none other than a very kind Fairy who had lived, for more than a thousand years, in the vicinity of the forest).
Gently he insinuates his vast bulk among them again and revels there awhile, still in tantalizing vicinity to young Lothario, like pious Solomon devoutly worshipping among his thousand concubines.
The extension of our own commerce in our own vessels cannot give pleasure to any nations who possess territories on or near this continent, because the cheapness and excellence of our productions, added to the circumstance of vicinity, and the enterprise and address of our merchants and navigators, will give us a greater share in the advantages which those territories afford, than consists with the wishes or policy of their respective sovereigns.