JVS

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JVSJAMMA (Japan Amusement Machinery Manufacturers Association) Video Standard
JVSJewish Vocational Services
JVSJoint Vocational School
JVSJob Vacancy Survey
JVSJournal of Vascular Surgery
JVSJournal of Vegetation Science
JVSJumeirah Village South (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
JVSJuvenile Visceral Steatosis
JVSJewish Vegetarian and Ecological Society
JVSJosephson Voltage Standard (electricity)
JVSJournal of Vaishnava Studies
JVSJacobs Vehicle Systems
JVSJamaican Vomiting Sickness
JVSJalsrot Vikas Sanstha (Nepalese water resources development initiative)
JVSJob Verification System
JVSJeff Valent Studios
JVSJeune Voyageur Seul (French: unaccompanied minor)
JVSJapanese Vehicle Sourcing
JVSJuniata Valley Striders
JVSJorgan Von Strangle (TV show character)
JVSJava Visual Script
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The JVs will then move to the actual diamond for live batting practice.
The Jewish Vocational Service of metropolitan Chicago originated in 1884 as the first JVS of what is now an international affiliated group of 30 located throughout the United States, Canada, and Israel.
JVs satisfy two objectives of Soviet economic reform: 1) the generation of hard currency; and 2) perhaps more important, an effective means of incorporating Western technical, managerial, and marketing know-how into Soviet industry.
The authority of LGUs to enter into JVs and provide their own guidelines has been affirmed by the Department of Interior and Local Government and the Department of Justice.
The JVs were established in Tashkent's Angren specialised industrial zone.
There is no doubt that JVs can be invaluable in allowing companies to access new customers, expand revenues and pursue new product development, all while offsetting costs and risks...
PDVSA has warned it will take over any fields whose foreign operators refuse to replace their OSAs with JVs before by end-2005.
The law requires state control of petroleum operations, but still allows foreign firms to hold majority stakes in gas JVs. Repsol's JV has the potential to produce 280 MCF/d of gas.