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DVSDynamic Voltage Scaling
DVSDomestic Violence Services
DVSDet Vill Säga (Swedish)
DVSDescriptive Video Service
DVSDirector of Volunteer Services (various organizations)
DVSDesktop Virtualization Solutions (various companies)
DVSDivision of Vital Statistics (various locations)
DVSDivalproex Sodium
DVSData Validation Server
DVSDisplay Vertical Size
DVSDevelopment Suite
DVSData Verification System
DVSDolby Virtual Speakers
DVSDigital Video Server
DVSDigital Voice Support
DVSDerek VanScoten (band)
DVSDivision de la Vie Scolaire (French: Division of School Life)
DVSDa Vinci Systems (various locations)
DVSDirection de la Vie Sportive (French: Direction of the Sporting Life)
DVSDriver and Vehicle Services (Minnesota)
DVSDivision of Victim Services (various locations)
DVSDynamic Vapour Sorption
DVSDigital Video System
DVSDigital Video Services
DVSDesign Verification Specification
DVSDigital Vinyl System
DVSDirection de la Valorisation au Sud (French: Directorate of Southern Development)
DVSDon Van Syckle (consulting; New Berlin, WI)
DVSDemodulated Video Signal
DVSDigital Video Subcommittee (subcommittee of SCTE)
DVSDISN Video Services
DVSDirector of Veterinary Services
DVSDigital Video Signal
DVSDomestic Violence Specialist
DVSDigital Voice System
DVSDepartment of Veterans' Service
DVSDisplay Vehicle Status
DVSDistribution Vidéo Sécurité (French: Video Security Distribution)
DVSDakota Valley Symphony (Burnsville, MN)
DVSDistributed Versioning System
DVSDoppler Velocity Sensor
DVSDelaware Valley Section (ASNE)
DVSDoctor of Veterinary Surgery
DVSDark Vision Studio
DVSDepartment of Vital Statistics
DVSDirected VLAN Service (Cisco)
DVSDigital Voltage Source
DVSDay Visits Survey
DVSDynamic Voltage Stress
DVSDomestic Ventilation System
DVSDefense Vision Services
DVSDaylight Video Sight
DVSData Vector Segmentation
DVSData Voice Switching
DVSDelta Valley and Southern Railway Company
DVSDesign Verification System
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The Great Britain Day Visits Survey which is published today, shows that the number of tourism day visits made to Wales in the 12 months ending September 2016 has increased by more than 28% compared to the previous 12 months, while the amount spent has increased by 40%.
The 2013 Great Britain Day Visits Survey reported that 89m day visits were made to Wales, with eating out accounting for 40% (PS1.
The Leisure Day Visits Survey by the Countryside Agency also revealed that 60 per cent of trips had healthy benefits such as cycling, walking or sporting activities instead of just pub visits.