AV

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AcronymDefinition
AVAverage
AVAudiovisual
AVAvenue
AVAdult Video
AVAvatar
AVAviation
AVAnti-Virus
AVAudio/Video
AVAnalog Video
AVAvenue (ESRI ARCview Scripting Language)
AVAccess Violation
AVAdded Value
AVAmador Valley High School (Pleasanton, CA)
AVAvianca (Aerovias del Continente Americano) Colombian Airline
AVAtrioventricular
AVAsociación de Vecinos (Spanish: Neighbors Association)
AVAvionics
AVAlternative Vote (UK politics; election method)
AVAnguilla
AVAvestan
AVAvestan (linguistics)
AVAltaVista (search engine)
AVAir Vehicle
AVAssessed Value
AVAvellino, Campania (Italian province)
AVAutonomous Vehicle (self-driving)
AVAsset Value
AVAperture Value
AVAuthorized Version (same as King James Version) of the Bible
AVAortic Valve
AVAnti-Virus Vendor
AVAttribute-Value (Cisco)
AVArcView (ESRI software)
AVArteriovenous
AVAggregate Value
AVSeaplane Tender
AVAliso Viejo (California)
AVAd Valorem (tax)
AVAssessable Value
AVArtificial Vision
AVAlterac Valley (World of Warcraft gaming)
AVAUTOVON (now DSN)
AVAeroVironment, Inc (Monrovia, CA)
AVAlgemene Vergadering (Dutch: General Assembly; Netherlands)
AVAll Views
AVAsset Visibility
AVAmbulance Victoria (Australia)
AVAuto Vent
AVActive Voice
AVAir Valve
AVAnteverted (obstetrics)
AVArmored Vehicle
AVAutovoice (IRC)
AVAnimal-Vegetable
AVAmerigo Vespucci
AVAlta Verapaz (Guatemala, territorial division)
AVAttending Veterinarian
AVAversiveness
AVAvoirdupois
AVAssurance Vieillesse (French: Pension Insurance)
AVAero Vodochody (Czech Republic)
AVArtificial Vagina
AVApproval Voting (election voting systems)
AVAviation Maintenance Technician (USN Rating)
AVAerospace Vehicle
AVAction Verb
AVAbsolute Virtue (Final Fantasy XI gaming)
AVAccess Verification (Sprint)
AVAirborne Virus
AVAutomatic Voice Network
AVAerial Victory
AVAllocation Vector
AVAuxiliary Vector
AVAmes Waltzer
AVAfrican Views (Hoboken, NJ)
AVAbrasion Value (engineering/geology)
AVAttack/Vertical (military aircraft designation)
AVAnnular Viscosity (petroleum industry)
AVAir Variant (simulation model for ground warfare)
AVArchitecture Verification
AVAssault Vertical
AVAvionics Verification
AVAufenthaltsvertrag (treaty concerning foreign forces in Germany, 1954)
AVAirspace Viewing
References in classic literature ?
She was so overcome by the splendor of his achieve- ment that she took him into the closet and selected a choice apple and delivered it to him, along with an improving lecture upon the added value and flavor a treat took to itself when it came without sin through virtuous effort.
Meanwhile, it will contribute to a growth of 11.9 trillion yuan in the added value of industries including the internet of vehicles, manufacturing and healthcare, Global Times reported.
The four listed are the only areas where the industry is responsible for at least half of the gross added value of the whole region - 66% in Stara Zagora, 61% in the Sofia region and about 50% in Vratsa and Gabrovo.
In the industry of transportation equipment and others, labor input nosedived 23.4 percent mainly due to restructuring in the shipbuilding business and added value suffered an 8.2 percent drop, but labor productivity rose as much as 19.8 percent.
The bank affirmed that its financing the mining and quarries sector comes in a bid to keep pace with the developments witnessed in the mining sector, which is one of the promising and targeted sectors in the ninth five-year development plan, as the sector can increase the added value of the local minerals and contribute to diversifying sources of national income.
Meanwhile, the added value of information transmission, software and information technology jumped 29 percent in Q3.
Regarding the private health sector, the MEC study said that it has a distinguished participation in the national economy with a broad base of its sub-activities and the added value they have, in addition to the active role of private hospitals.
On another level, the added value of agricultural and food industries sector went up 4.1%.
In contrast, the added value of the non-petroleum activities increased with 10.1% to reach RO 18.9 billion by the end of December 2014 compared to RO 17.2 billion recorded during the same period of 2013.
Therefore according to the deficiency of traditional accounting scales used in evaluation of turnover and value of stocks especially in evaluation of intangible assets, a new analytical tool by the name of economic added value was applied by American institute of (Sternand Stoart) in 1982, and as it was a creative method for assessing real value of the companies and managers, it was soon admitted by companies.
Nearly 20% of the EU budget allocated to improving the competitiveness of agriculture is paid to food processing companies, but the monitoring and evaluation arrangements do not collect information on the added value achieved or on the indirect effects on the competitiveness of agriculture.