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VVisa (credit card)
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VBritish Columbia (postal code designation, Canada)
VVessels (blood)
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VValine (amino acid)
VVivendi Universal (stock symbol)
VVendetta (comic)
VVeto (as in V-chips on televisions)
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VVecka (Swedish: Week)
VVisual Acuity
VVitreous
VVänsterpartiet (Swedish political party)
VViolini (catalog of Graf zeppelin mail; philately)
VCanadian Vickers (aircaraft mark)
VSector Pattern (US DoD)
VVelocity of Target Drift (US DoD)
VVTOL/STOL (US military aircraft vehicle type designation)
VPeak Hour Flows (peak hour forecast traffic flows)
VSearch and Rescue Unit Ground Speed (US DoD)
VUS DoT tire speed rating (150 mph)
VVanessa Hudgens music album (Disney Channel star)
VV-Band: 40 GHz-75 GHz frequency band
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The flows shown are broadly compatible with the peak hour flows of 800-900 vehicles per hour we would expect in a mixed-use urban street," the report said.
Most operating costs are allocated to the "fixed" and "variable" fields of the database based on a ratio of the minimum hour to peak hour flows. Exceptions to this allocation are the object codes that are 100 percent dependent on the amount of flow and are therefore 100 percent variable; or the object codes that are independent of flows and are 100 percent fixed.