AVO

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AVOAlaska Volcano Observatory
AVOAudio Video Objects
AVOAdvanced Video Option
AVOApprehended Violence Order (criminal justice)
AVOAmplitude Variation with Offset (similar to AVA)
AVOAstrophysical Virtual Observatory
AVOAmplitude-Versus-Offset (stratigraphic modelling and interpretation methodology)
AVOAustralian Valuation Office
AVOAnnouncer Voice Over
AVOAir Vehicle Operator
AVOAudio-Visual Object (data format)
AVOAuditory, Visual, and Olfactory (US EPA)
AVOAllam Vedelmi Osztag (Hungarian security squad)
AVOAvoid Verbal Orders
AVOAvalanche Owners (Chevrolet Avalanche enthusiasts club)
AVOAda Validation Organization
AVOAutomatic Vehicle Operation
AVOAsociace Vyzkumnych Organizaci (Czech: Association of Research Organizations)
AVOAmerican Vehicle Owners
AVOADA Validation Office
AVOAvailable Vehicle Occupancy
AVOAverage Virtual Orbital
AVOAmps - Volts - Ohms meter (electrical test instrument)
AVOAdvance Video Option (DEC VT100)
AVOAudio Visual Observation
AVOAtlantique Voile Orléanaise (French: Atlantic Sailing Orleans; Orléans, France)
AVOAdversary and Vulnerability Operations (USJFCOM)
AVOApple Vs Orange (website)
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The Healthscope agreement defines family violence as "violent or threatening behaviour (including physical, sexual, emotional, psychological or financial abuse) directed towards an employee by a member of the persons immediate family or household that causes the employee physical or psychological harm that has been reported to the police and/or may be the subject of an Apprehended Violence Order."
Victoria took out an Apprehended Violence Order (similar to a restraining order) and began to have counselling.
Police say the incident happened when they were called to the man's house after reports of an apprehended violence order (AVO) breach.