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CVChrome Vanadium (steel)
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CVCopyright Violation (also seen as CopyViol; Wikimedia Foundation)
CVCourvoisier (cognac)
CVCompatibility View (Internet Explorer; Microsoft)
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CVVice Commander (USAF)
CVCervical Vertebrae
CVCommanditaire Vennootschap (Dutch: Limited Partnership)
CVCount Value
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CVCharacter Voice
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CVCentral Vermont Railway
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CVConventional Vehicle
CVCultivated Variety (botany)
CVCampus Village
CVChild Version (psychological testing)
CVCheval Vapeur (French: horsepower)
CVCritical Vulnerability
CVCasino Vérité (gaming software)
CVCavalli Vapore (Italian: horsepower)
CVCyclic Voltametry
CVContinuous Vulcanization
CVCentral Version
CVCargo Variant
CVCross of Valour (Canadian decoration equivalent of the George Cross, second highest bravery decoration after the VC)
CVCartell-Verband (Burschenschaft mit Katholisch-konservativen werten)
CVMulti-purpose aircraft carrier (US Navy ship type)
CVContraction Velocity (cardiology)
CVCaballo Vapor (Spanish)
CVCollection Voucher
CVCoefficient of Flow (fluid flow calculations)
CVCeiling Void (structural drawings)
CVConcordant Version (translation of the New Testament by A.E. Knoch)
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CVCommon Ventricle
CVComplete Adventurer (roleplaying games, Dungeons & Dragons)
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CVClan Veteran (gaming)
CVChemical Vocabulary
CVCircus Voltaire (pinball game)
CVCrossbone Vanguard (anime)
CVCavite Varsitarian
CVSchedule V Controlled Substance (USA)
CVColossus Voulge (Diablo II gaming)
CVCranioventral (anatomy)
CVChallenge Valley (activity, Camp Yawgoog, BSA)
CVContainer Vacuum
CVCryoglobulinemia Vasculitis
CVCarrier Volplane (Fixed Wing)
CVClandestine Vulnerability
CVCarrier, General Purpose (US Navy)
CVCache Verification
CVControl Vertices Curve (form of NURBS)
CVChariot Ventures, LLC (Hong Kong)
CVCras Ves'pere (tomorrow evening)
CVCentrum Vzdelávání (Czech: Education Center)
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It is clear from the last sentence that gender barriers are broken down with words and music at all stages of the evening and it is a conceptual value that authentic theatre has taken in its stride since the boy players strutted their stuff as Cleopatra, Juliet, Rosalind or Beatrice, when theatre first began to flourish at the original Globe in the early 17th century.
Divided into two major sections, "The More We Get Together" covers the research underlying the conceptual value of human interaction as a vital element in the learning process and then goes on to survey education activities that incorporate music and playing, books and art appropriate to both a home and a classroom setting.
Such anthropocentric definitions of pathogen behavior, although having some conceptual value for protecting human health and interests, are unhelpful for understanding the biologic mechanisms of pathogen emergence and persistence.
The unifying concepts of both tikkun olam and of questioning one's place in a larger society are provocative ideas, but the author's unwillingness to assume the risky position of posing answers that others might contest, as well as his failure to address the complications inherent in the exploration of multicultural art, undermines the conceptual value of this book.
`I think I'm an artist in the sense that I have to experiment constantly and create not for the sake of money, but for an aesthetic and conceptual value.'
It also notes, however, that the separation of theory and practice is deeply problematic in terms of social philosophy, much less pedagogical philosophy, and that there is both practical and conceptual value in learning how to make a video edit.
In this case, a business process model can be firstly used to define the conceptual value chain.
There is much of theoretical and conceptual value in this potentially valuable approach.
Aiming to contribute to an in-depth debate about the concept of "Islamophobia," Casa Arabe-IEAM and the Program of Comparative Ethnic Studies in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Berkeley (California) organized a conference on this issue to explore the analytical and conceptual values of "Islamophobia" from an interdisciplinary perspective.
AS J E CIRLOT WROTE IN THE INTRODUCTION TO THE well-known and much-used A Dictionary of Symbols (1971), a symbol does not simply have a 'meaning' but is instead a dynamic and polysymbolic reality, imbued with emotive and conceptual values. It cannot be interpreted in any simple or mechanistic way but, to paraphrase Cirlot (1971: xiii), the interpreter might consider the beauty (or the visual qualities) of the manifestation; the technique and materials; the style and period, with their historical and geographical implications; implicit or explicit cultural and religious values and then finally, the symbolic values of the forms.
Fuzzy membership functions such as those illustrated in figure 12 encode the (principally vague) a priori knowledge about the relation between the (3D) speed estimate for the vehicle in question, as obtained by the geometric tracking process, and the conceptual values used to describe qualitatively this numerically given speed.