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CVECommon Vulnerabilities and Exposures (list/dictionary)
CVEEscort Carrier (US Navy vessel)
CVECountering Violent Extremism (various locations)
CVECollaborative Virtual Environment
CVECape Verdean Escudo (ISO currency code)
CVECommon Vulnerabilities and Exposures
CVECommon Vulnerability Enumeration
CVEAircraft Carrier, Escort (US Navy)
CVECurriculum Vitae Europeo (Italian: European Curriculum Vitae)
CVECenter for Veterans Enterprise
CVEConseil de la Vie Étudiante (French: Council of Student Life)
CVEContinuing Veterinary Education (various schools)
CVECommercial Vehicle Enforcement
CVECertified Vocational Evaluator
CVECentre for Virtual Environments (UK)
CVECherry Valley Elementary (various locations)
CVECivic and Voter Education (various organizations)
CVEClub des Voitures Écologiques (French automobile club)
CVEChartered Value Exchange
CVECommunity Vocational Enterprises
CVECardiovascular Event
CVECertified Videoconferencing Engineer
CVECommon Vulnerability Exposures (MITRE)
CVEContinuing Vocational Education
CVEClub Vertical Ermontois (French mountain climbing club)
CVECorrect Vision Europe (France)
CVEComité Vidéo Entreprise (French video company)
CVEChillin Villain Empire (hip hop)
CVECercle de Voile Evian (French sailing club)
CVEClinique du Val d'Estreilles (French psychiatric clinic)
CVECombustible Vulnerable Expendable (slang definition for CVE, Escort Carrier) :-)
CVECompliance Verification Engineer (aircraft certification)
CVECombat Vehicle Evaluation
CVEComplete Vehicle Erector (NASA)
CVECommercial Vehicle Emissions
CVEChief Vehicle Engineer (Nissan)
CVECollaborative Planning Virtual Environment
CVEClear Vision Elite (video game)
CVECustomer Value Element
CVEComprehensive Visual Examination
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