MVCS

AcronymDefinition
MVCSMonte Vista Christian School (Watsonville, CA)
MVCSModel-View-Controller-Service (computer programming)
MVCSMesilla Valley Christian School (Las Cruces, NM)
MVCSMulti Vehicle Control System
MVCSMarine Vapor Control System
MVCSMulti Vendor Contribution System (market data software)
MVCSMulti-Vehicle Communication System
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Ministerio de Vivienda, Construccion y Saneamiento (mvcs), Direccion Nacional de Urbanismo (dnu), Peru.
Thus, the purpose of this study was to examine the acute effects of short-term (i.e., [less than or equal to]5 min) local vibration to the Achilles tendon on subsequent peak plantar flexor torque during isometric MVCs, twitch contractile properties (e.g., peak twitch torque), plantar flexor muscle activity, and brain activity in young female athletes.
In addition to this re-calculation structure, the suite of contracts provides that near-term total revenues may be bolstered by MVCs. In the 2017 10-K of HESINF investee HESM, it was disclosed that in 2017 minimum volume shortfall fee payments of $61.6 million were earned (on a consolidated basis).
All four patients experienced trauma from a vehicular accident--two from MVCs, one from a dirt bike accident, and one from a boating accident.
Antes de esta ley, el MVCS promovio el proyecto "Belen Sostenible"--BS, el cual buscaba mejorar las condiciones habitacionales in situ en la ZBB.
Average daily attendances for IPV-related injuries and MVCs were compared across various temporal factors.
In conjunction, PBF Logistics has signed a ten-year term transportation services agreement with its subsidiary containing minimum volume throughput commitments (MVCs) of 50,000 barrels per day for the Northern logistics system and MVCs of 70,000 barrels per day for the Southern logistics system and the usage of certain tanks.
Unintentional injury deaths by major injury types: motor vehicle collisions (MVCs, particularly occupants), choking/suffocation, and burns, were specifically analyzed.
Computational finite element (FE) modeling of real world motor vehicle crashes (MVCs) is valuable for analyzing crash-induced injury patterns and mechanisms.