EMV

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AcronymDefinition
EMVElektromagnetische Verträglichkeit (German: Electromagnetic Compatibility)
EMVEuroPay, MasterCard, Visa (Smart debit cards)
EMVEftermiddagsverksamhet (Swedish)
EMVEuropay, Mastercard and Visa
EMVEnergiamarkkinavirasto
EMVExpected Monetary Value
EMVEindhovense Modelbouwvereniging (Dutch: Eindhoven Modellers Society)
EMVEmporia-Greensville Regional (Airport; Virginia)
EMVEnhanced Mojave Viper (US Marine Corps)
EMVElectromagnetic Vulnerability
EMVEscape Medical Viewer
EMVEstimation of Missing Values (data matrix)
EMVEngineering and Medical Volunteer Services (Hong Kong)
EMVEnhanced Motion Vehicle (theme parks)
EMVEspace Motoculture du Véron (French hardware store)
EMVElectron-Molecular Vibration
EMVEnergimarknadsverket
EMVÉcrire Ma Vie (French: Write My Life)
EMVEarly Music Vermont
EMVEscuela Mediterranea de Vela (Spanish)
EMVExtended Money Value
EMVEmergency Medical Vehicle
EMVEarly Music Vancouver
EMVEnding Men's Violence
EMVElectronic Motorized Valve
EMVEvaluation, Measurement & Verification (also seen as EM&V)
EMVElectric Motor Value
EMVEnvironmental Monitoring Variable
EMVElectric Motor Vehicle (transportation)
EMVEntomologie Médicale et Vétérinaire (French: Medical and Veterinary Entomology)
EMVExtreme Minority Views
EMVEquateur Météorologique Vertical
References in periodicals archive ?
More recently, Macho Paradox (Katz, 2006) and Guyland (Kimmel, 2008) were released respectively as academic books written by men that discussed men's role in ending men's violence against women.
Therefore, men and boys are taught how men's violence against women affects them and why they should be concerned about ending men's violence against women (Flood, 2009; Horowitz, 2009).
While the site provides free access to a wide range of information about violence against women, WRC activities, and things "guys" can do "to put an end to this" [violence], the campaign also implicitly recognizes and does not hesitate to exploit the power of a single, simple "unifying" image which, as the WRC explains, "symbolizes men of all cultures and backgrounds supporting the issue of ending men's violence against women" (White Ribbon Campaign 2004).