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AcronymDefinition
CVOChief Visionary Officer (corporate title)
CVOCardiovascular Outcome
CVOCommercial Vehicle Operations
CVOCascades Volcano Observatory (USGS)
CVOCentral Vein Occlusion
CVOCustom Vehicle Operations (division of the Harley-Davidson Factory)
CVOCertificate of Value and Origin (shipping)
CVOCentre for Voluntary Organisation (UK)
CVOCentre de Valorisation Organique (French: Organic Recovery Center)
CVOCash Value Option (Texas lottery)
CVOCommercial Vehicle Operation
CVOClose Volume Option
CVOCompiled Vault Object
CVOCisco Virtual Office (network solution)
CVOCotisation Volontaire Obligatoire (French: Voluntary Contribution Required)
CVOChief Veterinary Officer
CVOCommander of the Royal Victorian Order
CVOCredentials Verification Organization
CVOCorvallis, Oregon
CVOCollege of Veterinarians of Ontario (Canada)
CVOCircumventricular Organ (biology)
CVOChief Volunteer Officer
CVOCentre Véhicules Occasions (French car dealer)
CVOCadia Valley Operations (Australia)
CVOCommon Velocity Obstacle (robotics)
CVOClassroom Video
CVOComponent Video Output
CVOCompliance Verification Officer (Canada Border Services Agency)
CVOConstant Visual Observation (medicine)
CVOCertification Validating Office
CVOConjuga'ta Ve're Obstet'rica
CVOChristian and Carolyn Van Outersterp (fashion company; UK)
CVOCertified Volunteer Ombudsman
CVOCommunity Voices On-Line (organisation that provides web-based support for Local Involvement Networks)
CVOCanvas Vulcanized Oxford (shoe)
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Memorial services will be held on Wednesday December 15th, 2010 at 2:00 p.m at the First United Methodist Church in Corvallis, Oregon.
He has a goatee, wears two earrings in each ear, and is the suspect in the abduction and possible homicide of Brook Carol Wilberger of Corvallis, Oregon. She was abducted while working outside of an apartment complex on the morning of 5/24/2004 between 10:30 and 11:00.
Written with a first-person perspective, Brides of Eden dramatizes a true story from Corvallis, Oregon, in 1903.
The publication was authored by two recognized experts in the field of mold and industrial hygiene: Coreen Robbins, PhD, CIH, a senior industrial hygienist with GlobalTox, Inc., in Redmond, Washington, and Jeff Morrell, PhD, a professor in the Department of Forest Products at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. A digital version of the publication is available on the WWPA website (www.wwpa.org) and it can be downloaded as an Adobe Acrobat[TM] PDF file.
Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Research Laboratory in Corvallis, Oregon, first published in 1993 in the Soil Science Society of America Journal, which estimated that if 76% of U.S.
Sally Muldoon, of Corvallis, Oregon, has passed away.
Virginia Bourdeau, CCD, is a 4-H extension educator at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. She is a former member of the Camping Magazine Editorial Advisory Board.
A wealth of information on 40 terrestrial ecoregions of the Pacific Northwest is now easily accessible via Conservation Biology Institute's (Corvallis, Oregon) website: http:// www.consbio.org.
The genetics team in Corvallis, Oregon, has also rooted cuttings.
Made by Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, each lock contains a microprocessor and memory and permits access for authorized users at specific times, providing a comprehensive audit report of all entries.
Fred Swanson, a Forest Service geologist at the Pacific Northwest Research Station in Corvallis, Oregon, says scientists surveying the devastated landscape following the 1980 eruption were struck by how dead tree snags and fallen logs--so-called "legacy structures"--provided invaluable refuge for the surviving plants and animals while simultaneously serving as base stations for colonizing species.
Source: Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon 97331.