CDV

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CDVChildren of Domestic Violence
CDVCanine Distemper Virus
CDVCarte de Visite (small visiting card portraits)
CDVCell Delay Variation
CDVChef de Village (French: Village Chief)
CDVCentro Diocesano Vocazioni (Italian: Diocesan Vocations Center)
CDVC++ Base Development
CDVCurrent Device
CDVCoverage Driven Verification
CDVCompact Disc Video
CDVCargo Delivery Vehicle
CDVCity Delivery Van
CDVCorazon de Vida (foundation; Irvine, CA)
CDVCoverage Driven Verification (circuit design)
CDVCriminal Domestic Violence
CDVCar-Derived Van (UK descriptor for commercial vehicles)
CDVComcast Digital Voice
CDVCommittee Draft for Vote (International Electrotechnical Commission)
CDVCivil Defense Victoreen (shelter radiation detection kit)
CDVCompressed Digital Video
CDVComité Départemental de Voile (French: Departmental Committee of Sailing)
CDVCordova, AK, USA (Airport Code)
CDVCore Democratic Value
CDVClutch Delay Valve
CDVCheck Digit Verification
CDVCooperative Distributed Vision (artificial intelligence)
CDVConcours des Vins (French: Wine Competition)
CDVComma Delimited Value
CDVCapacitor Discharge Vaporization
CDVCentral Drawings Vault
CDVConcept Demonstration and Validation (usually seen as CD/V)
CDVConseil et Dépistage Volontaires du VIH (French: Voluntary Counseling and Testing for HIV)
CDVCredit/Debit Vendor
CDVClean Diesel Vehicle
CDVCarma Data Viewer
CDVCache Delayed Verification
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In her essay "Photography, Fashion, and the Cult of Appearances," Elizabeth Anne McCauley shows how the Impressionists absorbed the poses and general layout of carte de visite images in their portraiture (201).
When considered in its entirety, the collection provides unexpected insights into the ways in which owners repurposed their carte de visite albums to store and display new formats of commercial images.
It must have been a nice carte de visite to circulate among the local belles.
An adjacent box frame featured a Hong Kong carte de visite taken in 1870 (depicting a fleet of ships in Hong Kong's harbor), with the stamp PUN LUN visable on the back.
In the carte de visite we see photography's triumphant commercialisation or commodification of identity; and from here, it is a small step to its role in legal identification and the study of facial and racial features as evidence of the link between appearance and criminality.
Carte de visite de Farouk Al Baz Savant egyptien-americain ne en janvier 1938 a Simbellawein, un village du gouvernorat de Daqahliya dans le Delta du Nil, Farouk Al Baz est le directeur du centre pour la teledetection a l'Universite de Boston.
Other points of view explored in both exhibition and catalogue include those of the traveller in search of the picturesque, the celebrity carte de visite and the scientist.