RKVRockville (Maryland)
RKVReykjavik, Iceland - Reykjavik Domestic Airport (Airport Code)
RKVRiver Kwai Village Hotel (Thailand)
RKVRode Kruis Vlaanderen (Dutch: Red Cross Flanders)
RKVRabbit Kidney Vacuolating Virus (virology)
RKVRemote Keying Variable
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The RKV program is a Boeing-led effort, though the actual vehicle was to be built by Raytheon.
The Rostvangen-Kvikne-Vakkerlien Project (RKV Project) covers 2 past-producing Besshi-type Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) copper mines (Rostvangen and Kvikne), a nickel-copper deposit (Vakkerlien) and over 20 additional known mineral occurrences.
The RKV "will be built in modules with considerably fewer parts, making it more reliable, producible and maintainable than any previous kill vehicle," he said.
This can be determined in a depth-first search, as in Roussopoulos et al.'s [1995] RKV algorithm.
RKV. 475, 519-20, 522 (2012) (discussing joint client representation and the attorney-client privilege).
Rkv. 1069, 1091-93, 1109-10 (2013) (finding that 90.4% of Colorado murder cases were death-eligible over a twelve-year period, and reviewing prior empirical studies finding 86% of murders in Georgia during a five-year period were death-eligible, and that 84% of murders in California were death-eligible during a five-year period; but by contrast, a study in New Jersey over an eighteen-year period found only 21% of murders were death-eligible, and a study in Maryland over a twenty-one-year period likewise found 21% of murders death-eligible).
It said a "danger area has been established for all instrument flying that includes the upper approach airspace" for Keflavik and also the smaller Reykjavik Airport (RKV), which serves domestic flights.
RKV. CODE [section] 2.36.070 (2017) (noting juror qualifications).
RKV. 575, 577-78 (2000) ("Through the years, the Commission has received a great deal of criticism for allegedly not satisfying its enforcement mandate.