RACVRoyal Automobile Club of Victoria (Australia)
RACVReal Academia de Cultura Valenciana (Spanish: Royal Academy of Valencian Culture)
RACVRehabilitation Associates of Central Virginia (Lynchburg, VA)
RACVRaw Apple Cider Vinegar (health tonic)
RACVRotary Air Control Valve (mechanics)
RACVRisk Adjusted Contributed Value
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Barry-born Lee Jeynes, now the executive chef at the RACV Noosa Resort in Queensland, Australia, is jetting in for the competition and will bring with him another of the showpieces.
Wellington, Feb 2 ( ANI ): Lydia Ko's golf coach will dress like a woman with full make-up and a golf bag over his shoulder should she win the RACV Australian Ladies Masters.
The conference will be held at the RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, Queenland from September 29-October 1, 2011.
She followed up her 15th place finish at the ANZ RACV Ladies championship with 57th at the New Zealand Women's Open.
This week's tournament in Australia is followed by the ANZ RACV Ladies Masters at the Royal Pines Resort on Queensland's Golf Coast before the schedule switches to New Zealand for the Pegasus New Zealand Women''s Open in Christchurch.
Private households are being invited to take part in the electric vehicle trial through an online ballot being conducted by the RACV. The Victorian Governments says the five-year trial will help Victoria better understand the process, timelines and barriers for transitioning to electric vehicle technologies.
As an example of this approach, the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria stated "The Federal Government collected approximately $13.6 billion in fuel excise in 2004/05 but spent only $2.1 billion on road construction and maintenance (about 16% of this revenue)" (RACV, 2004).
Sequence analysis indicated that the tentatively named raven circovirus (RaCV) was 1898 nucleotides in size with 2 major open reading frames synonymous with other avian circoviruses, ORF C1 and ORF V1, likely to encode a putative capsid protein (Cap) and replicase-associated protein (Rep), respectively.
(8) Susan Priestly, The Crown of the Road: The Story of the RACV (1983) 1-6.
Fildes holds the RACV Chair in Road Safety at the Monash University Accident Research Centre.