LOV

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AcronymDefinition
LOVLand of the Vikings (various organizations)
LOVList of Values
LOVLetter of Verification
LOVLimit of Validity (aviation)
LOVLinked Open Vocabularies
LOVLos Osos Valley (California)
LOVLove of Variety (consumerism)
LOVLists of Value
LOVLogical Object Volume
LOVLiving Our Values (various companies)
LOVLine of Visibility
LOVLower Ottawa Valley (Canada)
LOVLight-Oxygen-Voltage Sensing Domain (protein sensors)
LOVLibrary of Virginia (Richmond, VA)
LOVLoss of Vehicle (space travel)
LOVMonclova, Coahuila, Mexico - Monclova Airport (Airport Code)
LOVLoss of Value
LOVLetter of Variation (various locations)
LOVLa Organización Verde (Spanish: Green Party, Guatemala)
LOVLast Office Visit
LOVLeuvense Oldtimer Vrienden (Dutch: Leuven Oldtimer Friends; automobile club; Leuven, Belgium)
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Agencies that did not supply the required third-party verification were disqualified, with three exceptions: 1) a client of the service agency was billed directly for its telephone service and would not provide a letter of verification for anonymity reasons; 2) part of the billable minutes were with a foreign telecommunications carrier that could not provide the data by the deadline; 3) legitimate business situations prevented an agency from obtaining verification from certain carriers.
Verification, in the form of the signature of each agency's president/CEO was required, in addition to submitting a letter of verification, from each telephone service providers used, certifying the number of minutes for which the providers billed the agencies during the evaluation period.
In addition, each agency had to submit a letter of verification from each of its telephone service providers certifying the number of minutes for which it billed the agency during the designated period.
Agencies that did not supply this thirdparty verification were disqualified, with the exception of three circumstances: 1) a client of the service agency was billed directly for its telephone service and would not provide a letter of verification for anonymity reasons; 2) part of the billable minutes were with a foreign telecommunications carrier that could not provide the data by the deadline; 3) legitimate business situations prevented an agency from obtaining verification from certain of its carriers or a certain carrier.
Agencies that did nor supply this third-parry verification were disqualified, with the exception of three circumstances: 1) a client of the service agency was billed directly for its telephone service and would nor provide a letter of verification for anonymity reasons; 2) part of the billable minutes were with a foreign telecommunications carrier that could nor provide the data by the deadline; 3) legitimate business situations prevented an agency from obtaining verification from certain of its carriers or a certain carrier.