GVB


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AcronymDefinition
GVBGuam Visitors Bureau
GVBGrover Beach (Amtrak station code; Grover Beach, CA)
GVBGemeentevervoerbedrijf (Dutch: Municipality Transport Company of Amsterdam)
GVBGeneralized Valence Bond (Quantum chemistry)
GVBGrand Vin Blanc (French wine designation)
GVBGlaverbel
GVBGötz Von Berlichingen (WWII German 17th SS-Panzergrenadier division)
GVBGirls Vs Boys (TV show)
GVBGilbert-Varshamov Bound
GVBGrazer Verkerhsbetriebe (German: Graz Public Transports Service)
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The ECB's extreme monetary policy is creating considerable costs for all banks," a GVB spokesman said.
Last Monday, on the day he would have turned 69, GVB unveiled the addition to their network of the new Johan Cruyff No.
Os oligonucleotideos e as sondas utilizados nas reacoes de RT-PCR em tempo real foram desenhados com base em trabalhos publicados: GRSPaV, GVA, GVB (OSMAN & ROWHANI, 2008); GLRaV-2, GLRaV-3, GLRaV-4 (OSMAN et al.
The GVB is also hoping the innovations will attract more runners after 2,150 entries participated in last year's inaugural race.
GVB hosted its first symposium in October 2010, and this year the symposium is scheduled for May 22, 2013.
OThe idea behind this campaign is to invite our Japanese visitors to come to Guam with family and friends to make memories that will last a lifetime,O GVB General Manager Joann Camacho said, OAfter the triple disasters, we wanted to continue offering our Japanese visitors a way to recuperate, but at the same time to be sensitive to the issue and show support for their efforts to re-build.
According to GVB, a sixth of China's land is deteriorating, and 5,000 species are threatened.
If the test buses prove reliable, GVB said such transit alternatives could replace their conventionally-fueled counterparts by as soon as 2010.
The GVB theory, developed more than 20 years ago by William A.
GVB Construction Ltd, permission for the dem-|olition of existing offices and the building of detached house, 175 Commercial Road, Skelmanthorpe.