DRUV

AcronymDefinition
DRUVDiffuse Reflectance Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy
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References in classic literature ?
I'd just been t' hev a pint--it was half after ten i' the fore-noon, when I hev my pint as reg'lar as the clock--and I says to Knowles, as druv up with his waggon,
"Some folks 'ud say that was a fine beast you druv in yesterday, Bob?"
They've been a-sneaking about this two hours, I tells 'ee," shouted he, as Holmes stands between Martin and Willum, "and have druv a matter of a dozen young pullets pretty nigh to death."
The old gent, he opened the door 'isself an' shut it again when I druv off.
Druv Kent is the first Asia-based musician to have his music backed for two decades by the UK's BBC Radio.
After receiving much acclaim in the UK, Singapore, Australia and India with several singles such as What it's All About, I'm Still Riding, and Little Bit of God, Druv's latest Back Home was shot in India.
The hi-end video to the single, co-written by Druv and video Director, Puneet Rakheja, is set in Kolkata, the city where Druv was born and called home for many years.
Druv said, "It's a flowing melody with evocative lyrics about identity and aspiration, about being who we truly are, and who we are capable of being, if we let go of our inhibitions." The singer describes 'home' as our haven of comfort and prompts the question, what really is home?
The track showcases Druv's distinctive vocal style and ability to create memorable melodic hooks within an intimate, warm sonic scape that carves out a unique space in the current musical landscape and looks set to become another major milestone for Druv.
Keys made 202-8 with Chris Jones 59 not out and Druv Bhatt 46.