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RVCRemovable Valve Core (various companies)
RVCRaad van Commissarissen (Dutch: Board of Commissioners)
RVCRear Vision Camera (vehicles)
RVCRear View Camera (various companies)
RVCRoyal Veterinary College (London, UK)
RVCRock Valley College (Illinois)
RVCReconfigurable Vector Co-Processor
RVCRemote Video Conference
RVCRaster Vector Cad
RVCResettable Vector Clocks
RVCReading Visualization Centre
RVCRouting Virtual Channel
RVCRemote Volume Control
RVCReverse Analog Voice Channel
RVCRegional Value Content
RVCRockville Centre, New York
RVCRaintree Vacation Club (timeshares)
RVCRichmond Volleyball Club (Henrico, VA)
RVCRock Valley Community (Rockford, IL)
RVCReticulated Vitreous Carbon (structural material)
RVCRendez-Vous Canada (Canadian tourism marketplace)
RVCRiver Valley Civilizations
RVCReconfigurable Video Coding
RVCRetail Venture Capital
RVCRouge Valley Centenary (hospital; Canada)
RVCReverse Voice Channel (Cellular Term)
RVCRight Ventricular Coil
RVCRifle Volunteer Corps (British Army)
RVCRenesas Design Vietnam Co., Ltd
RVCRoadside-to-Vehicle Communications
RVCRegional Vital Capacity
RVCReactor Volume Control
RVCRegional Visitor Center (USACE)
RVCRadar-Video Converter
RVCReview Code
RVCRespond to Verbal Command
RVCRobust Video Communication
RVCRecovery Ventures Corporation (Black Mountain, NC)
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The SAHRC would like to re-iterate our call for the Department of Basic Education to review codes of conduct for all schools (both in public and private schools) in South Africa to ensure that the codes are underpinned by constitutional values of equality and dignity in an open and democratic society.
She also revealed she had asked the Advertising Standards Authority to review codes for gambling advertising, especially on television.
The 11-day conference is being held to review codes and highlights the shift from strictly managed telecom networks to the free Internet.
Eight chapters explore the diagnosis and treatment of major sexual dysfunctions and disorders, while later contributions discuss sex therapy with special populations, review codes of ethics and sexual function indexes, and provide patient handouts.
Some of the areas addressed include management review codes, supply support requests, and local purchase policies.
The participants were members of the American Health Information Management Association, which certifies them to review codes assigned by physicians.
Review codes, fire protection systems and appurtenant work for OMH facilities statewide.