AVR

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AVRAutomatic Voltage Regulator
AVRAutomatic Voltage Regulation
AVRAvril (French: April)
AVRAudio/Video Receiver
AVRAortic Valve Replacement
AVRAviator
AVRAvon Valley Railway (est. 1869; UK)
AVRAsset Valuation Reserve (finance)
AVRAugmented and Virtual Reality
AVRAssisted Voluntary Return (migrants; various locations)
AVRAverage
AVRAutomatic Voice Response
AVRAnalog Video Recorder (various locations)
AVRAutomated Voice Response
AVRAvery Dennison (USPS philately)
AVRAudio Visual Research (file extension)
AVRAccredited Voluntary Register
AVRAverage Vehicle Ridership
AVRAssiniboine Valley Railway (Canada)
AVRAutomatic Voice Recognition
AVRAudio Visual Rentals
AVRAlf-Egil Bogen, Vegard Wollan, RISC microcontroller (aka Advanced Virtual RISC)
AVRAutomatic Volume Recognition
AVRAccelerated Vehicle Retirement (various locations)
AVRAbandoned Vehicle Report
AVRAdvanced Virtual RISC
AVRAvid Video Resolution
AVRAssociation Nationale des Victimes de la Route (French: National Association of Road Traffic Victims; Luxembourg)
AVRAutomatic Variable Resolution (weighing capacity)
AVRAllegheny Valley Railroad
AVRAustralian Veterinary Reserve (est. 2004; Australia)
AVRAmerican Volunteer Reserve
AVRAdvanced Video Redirection
AVRAchat, Vente, Réparation (French: Buying, Selling, Repairs; Couëron, France)
AVRAccelerated Ventricular Rhythm
AVRAssociation des Villes pour Le Recyclage
AVRAdvance Vendor Replacement (vendor provides replacement parts before the return of failed ones)
AVRAugmented Voltage Right Arm (EKG lead)
AVRAssembly and Verification Review
AVRAudio Video Replicator
AVRAccelerated Vector Restoration
AVRAsset Visibility Report
AVRAbsolute Value Rectifier
AVRActive Voltage Regulation/Regulator
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Specific topics include income's effect on car and vehicle ownership, economic costs of air pollution, estimation of an emissions supply function from accelerated vehicle retirement programs, moral hazard in the vehicle inspection market, the US lead phase-down and policy- induced technology adoption, car and gasoline taxes as a mimic of an unavailable tax on emissions, distributional effects of motor vehicle emissions taxes, mixed models of stated and revealed preferences for alternative-fuel vehicles, impacts of long-range increases in the fuel economy standard, the alternative fuel credit provisions of US automotive fuel economy standards, and welfare impacts of alternative policies to address pollution in urban road transport.
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