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DVDigital Video
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DVDeveloper (copier component)
DVDependent Variable
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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
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DVDarth Vader
DVDistance Vector (routing protocol)
DVDisabled Veteran (various locations)
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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
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DVDistinguished Visitor
DVDifferential Velocity
DVDiminishing Value
DVData Valid
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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)
DVDelay Variance
DVDelivery Verification Certificate
DVDyesthetic Vulvodynia
DVDifferential Voltmeter
DVDisparity Vector
DVDirect Viewfinder (camera technology)
DVDecoy Vehicle
DVDevota Virgo (Latin: Devout Virgin, epigraphy)
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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Other protesters wore Donald Trump masks, chanting "build that wall!" and "Deus vult!" - a rallying cry during the Crusades.
No doubt scholar Boris Johnson is also reflecting on that old Latin rendering, "quos deus vult perdere prius dementat" (whom God wishes to destroy, he first makes mad), and truly wondering if it was all a terrible nightmare in which a village idiot concocted the Tory manifesto.
No doubt scholar Boris Johnson is also reflecting on that old Latin rendering, quos Deus vult perdere prius dementat (whom God wishes to destroy, he first makes mad), and truly wondering if it was all a terrible nightmare in which a village idiot concocted the Tory manifesto.
So, the college student who wrote DEUS VULT on a desk at the University of Southern Maine, a public institution, might be charged of committing a crime.
The Crusades lasted for seven centuries killing thousands of people after Pope Urban II famously said, "Deus vult!" which is Latin for "God wills it!" In that case, religion was used to claim a "holy war" by the Christian "believers" against the Muslim.
A fundamentalist Hindu leader justified the killing of the five, saying that "the life of a cow is more precious than that of a human being." The crusaders chanted "deus vult!" (God wills!).
Deus Vult, "God wills," was the Crusaders' war cry.
Whom Gods destroy they first make mad: quem deus vult perdere, dementat prius.
NB: A USM student wrote DEUS VULT, rallying cry of Christians during the Crusades, in small letters on a desk in a student Senate office at the Campus Center.
Quos Deus vult perdere prius dement at (whom God wishes to destroy, he first makes mad).