HDV

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AcronymDefinition
HDVHigh Definition Video
HDVHepatitis Delta Virus
HDVHotel des Ventes (French: Auction House)
HDVHeavy Duty Vehicle
HDVHard Disk Video
HDVHeavy-Duty Vehicle
HDVHigh Density Voice (Cisco)
HDVHope Development Volunteers (est. 2009)
HDVHeeresdienstvorschrift (German Army)
HDVHorse Drawn Vehicle (UK)
HDVHochdruck-Direktverdampfung (German)
HDVHigh Dollar Value
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During the parade the ladies will be accompanied by a marching band, a horse drawn vehicle and some lucky WI members will even ride in a stunning replica Edwardian Armstrong Whitworth car.
-People trying to reach Touba with horse drawn vehicle
Rolfe ruled that enforcement of a state law requiring any horse drawn vehicle to use a state-specific reflector sign constituted a burden on Menno Byler's free exercise of religion.
When a container was full, the driver would go to the conveniently located flatbed truck where the full container would be lifted onto the truck and an empty container taken off and placed on the horse drawn vehicle. Daily routes varied, and the flatbed truck would be available for the transfer operation at convenient locations each day.
"The ice cream man was an Italian named Famiglio who had a horse drawn vehicle. He would sit in the centre and surround himself with children with their pennies in their hands."
The Swalwell Express, a horse drawn vehicle in the painting, has been replaced by a double decker Blaydon bus while the local bacon sandwich van takes the place of Irving's stall.
There was a large finished products storage area and a long bench where orders were put together and packed prior to collection by "the carrier", as the railway horse drawn vehicle was known.
One horse drawn vehicle, which was very seldom seen through the working day, was that of the old scavenger cart.
Secretary Richard Wigham, from Wolsingham, Weardale, explained: "Our interest is in horse drawn vehicles and our intention is to combine a horse drawn vehicle museum with a PoW camp museum at Harperley.
A tinted postcard from 1914 shows Lord Street crowded with trams, horse drawn vehicles and bicycles but not a car in sight.
and I can recall the slip road at the front of the station which, as it was cobblestones, I presume was for horse drawn vehicles.
Craftsmen such as traditional wheelwrights and blacksmiths will be in attendance and there will be a display of horse drawn vehicles from Coquetdale.