DV

(redirected from Dark Vision)
AcronymDefinition
DVDigital Video
DVDomestic Violence
DVDaily Values (Nutrition Facts in US)
DVDivide (street type)
DVDeveloper (copier component)
DVDependent Variable
DVDick Vitale (sports personality)
DVDeath Valley (California)
DVDengue Virus
DVDiversity Visa (US Department of State)
DVDefault Value (computing)
DVDeus Vult (Latin: God Wills It)
DVDiverter Valve
DVDeja Vu
DVDatenverarbeitung (German: Data Processing and Programming)
DVDry Van (shipping/trucking container)
DVDéjà Vu (amusement park ride)
DVDoppler Velocity
DVDragon Valley (Lineage 2 game)
DVDorsoventral
DVDepreciated Value
DVDesign Verification
DVDeluxe Version
DVDarth Vader
DVDistance Vector (routing protocol)
DVDisabled Veteran (various locations)
DVDemand for Validation (credit)
DVDeveloped Vetting
DVDeVry Inc. (stock symbol)
DVDesign Variable
DVDigestive Vacuole (microbiology)
DVDigito de Verificación (Spanish: Check Digit)
DVDeo Volente (Latin: God Willing)
DVDesign Validation
DVDisabled Vehicle
DVDirect Voltage
DVDistinguished Visitor
DVDifferential Velocity
DVDiminishing Value
DVData Valid
DVDemand Valve
DVDorsal Ventral (radiography)
DVDomiciliary Visit (health care)
DVDesktop Virtualization
DVDescent Vehicle
DVDark Vision (band)
DVDefensor Vinculi (Latin: Defender of the Bond; Catholic law)
DVDiscordant Veins
DVDaily Variation
DVDiversification Value
DVDriver's Viewer
DVDark Vengeance (computer game)
DVDarling Violetta (band)
DVDESQview Script (file name extension)
DVDéchêts Verts (French: Green Waste)
DVDisbursement Voucher
DVDesignated Verification (cryptography)
DVDelivery Verification Certificate
DVDelay Variance
DVDyesthetic Vulvodynia
DVDifferential Voltmeter
DVDisparity Vector
DVDirect Viewfinder (camera technology)
DVDevota Virgo (Latin: Devout Virgin, epigraphy)
DVDecoy Vehicle
DVDevotus Vir (Latin: Devout Man, epigraphy)
DVDarbellay-Vajda (algorithm)
DVDiis Volentibus (Latin: If the Gods Want, epigraphy)
DVDonec Vixit (Latin: Until He/She Lived, epigraphy)
DVDisident Voice (radical newsletter)
DVDeus Volent (Latin; God Willing)
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Now my historically sunny son has a pretty dark vision of things.
We can only assume that by then, the country will be closer to his dark vision of the office he once held, more than ever since his disgrace in 1986.
Emily is shown using her Dark Vision, Shadow Walk, Doppelganger, and Mesmerize abilities to distract enemies.
Without irony, she also criticised Trump for his dark vision, adding (to cheers), "America is great because America is good".
A compelling story for mature YA readers evolves with a dark vision of horror that remains elusive and satisfyingly complex throughout the story line.
In Cohen's dark vision, all are searching for something, and the beauty--and danger--of the Internet is the ease with which most things can be found: the things we want, not necessarily the things we need.
4 BATMAN (1989) DIRECTOR Tim Burton offered a dark vision of Gotham city with Michael Keaton as the Caped Crusader battling Jack Nicholson's Joker.
She hopes incarceration will prevent her from hurting her family, but she finds that her jailors force the fulfillment of each prisoners dark vision.
but always, always, this dark vision disappears when you hear
Overarching questions of faith and redemption clash with the rough-hewn realities of terror and loss, all to explosive ends in Powell's dark vision of modern Americana.
13) was overstuffed with adjectival excess ("brutal grandiosity," "fatalistic inevitability") but ultimately shared Bent's appreciation for its creator's dark vision and conceptual audacity.
During that time, Theodor Herzl had a dark vision of what was to come: "If France," the nascent Zionist wrote, "bastion of emancipation, progress and universal socialism, can get caught up in a maelstrom of anti-Semitism and let the Parisian crowd chant 'Kill the Jews