KVN


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AcronymDefinition
KVNKey Volunteer Network
KVNKeyboard, Video and Mouse
KVNKyle Vanderburg Network
KVNKorean VLBI (Very Long Baseline Interferometry) Network (astronomy project)
KVNKlub Veselich I Nachodchivich (Soviet TV show)
KVNKeglerverband Niedersachsen eV (German)
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Mirsaidov has managed the Sughd region's competitive KVN team since 2014, leading the comedy troupe to the finals and to win championships in Bishkek, Sochi, and Moscow.
KVN countered with the claim that several dioceses refused to share documents, some of which had been apparently destroyed, and that the bishops' conference was suddenly asserting a final veto over published reports while invoking canon law to prevent certain files from being shared.
And the inquest heard neither Dyfed- Powys Police or the HSE would be prosecuting KVN Autokrane.
Her brother Kvn Burge is a writer and student living in Olympia, Washington.
"Do not be afraid, I'm with you" , a two-series adventure film, directed in 1981 by Yulia Gusman, captain of the Baku KVN. The movie was shot at the Azerbaijani film studio named after Jafar Jabbarli.
President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbai Jeenbekov suggested the Russian to hold the summer KVN (Club of the happy and inventive) game show on the shore of the Issyk-Kul Lake.
[2.] Arneson CL, Durkin MS, Benedict RE, Kirby RS, Yeargin-Allsopp M, Braun KVN, et al.
The compositions of teams for the 1/8 finals of the Major League of the Club of the Cheerful and Sharp-Witted (KVN) in Moscow were defined.
1936), who were strongly associated with student youth from their time as the hosts of the Central Television game show Klub veselykh i nakhodchivykh (Club of the Merry and Resourceful, or KVN [1961-72]).
Some unique forms of cultural production dating back to the Soviet times--amateur song festivals (KSP), humor contests between student teams (KVN), and brain-ring games (Chto-Gde-Kogda)--have all found their way into the lives of Russian cultural diasporas in Israel and in the West.