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AcronymDefinition
VISVisitor
VISVista (US Postal service standard street suffix)
VISVaccine Information Statement
VISVisibility
VISVatican Information Service (Catholic news)
VISVolontariato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo (International Volunteers for Development)
VISVivienda de Interés Social (Colombia)
VISVictim Impact Statement (criminal justice system)
VISvisual imaging system (US DoD)
VISVictorian Institute of Sport (Australia)
VISVienna International School
VISViewable Image Size (monitors)
VISVerification Information System (immigration)
VISVísceras (Portugese)
VISVisible Imaging System
VISVibration Isolation System
VISVideo Information System
VISVoice Information System
VISVessel Identification System
VISVisual Information Specialist
VISVirtual Instruction Set
VISVisalia, CA, USA - Visalia Municipal Airport (Airport Code)
VISVlaamse Innovatie Samenwerkingsverbanden (Dutch: Flemish Innovation Partnership; Belgium)
VISVisual/Visible
VISVehicular Intercom System
VISIEEE Visualization Conferences
VISVisible Image Size (video monitors)
VISVerein der Informatikstudierenden an der eth Zürich (Swiss)
VISVirus Security Institute
VISVertical Incidence Sounder
VISVehicular Information System
VISVehicle Inspection Standards
VISVoice Intermediate School (Toronto, ON, Canada)
VISVirtual Intelligent Sensor
VIsLowest Selectable Airspeed
VISViridian Envirosolutions Ltd (UK)
VISVolt Information Sciences (various locations)
References in periodicals archive ?
Médias estimadas e desvios-padrão das variáveis: sangue (SA); conjunto cabeça + pelego + patas (C + P + P); conjunto rúmen + retículo + omaso + abomaso (R + R + O +A); intestinos delgado e grosso (ID + IG); conteúdo digestório (CD); vísceras vermelhas (VV); e aparelho urinário + testículos (AU + T) de cordeiros terminados em quatro sistemas de alimentação.
Caprinos e ovinos deslanados apresentam carcaças magras, sendo a cavidade abdominal (Silva Sobrinho e Gonzaga Neto, 2006) e as vísceras os locais de maior acúmulo de gordura, que corresponde de 50 a 60% do teor total de gordura (Madruga, 2006).