VARC

AcronymDefinition
VARCVirtual Archive
VARCValley Amateur Radio Club (various organizations)
VARCVirginia Autism Resource Center
VARCVintage American Race Cars
VARCValley Animal Research Centre (New Zealand)
VARCVictoria Amateur Radio Club (Texas)
VARCVernon Area Rehabilitation Center
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The exam with 34, 32, 34 questions respectively in VARC, DILR, QA was judged to be of moderate difficulty level.
The primary endpoints of our meta-analysis were as follows: (1) early (defined as inhospital or 30-day mortality based on the included studies), one-year mortality, and overall mortality (defined as all-cause mortality at the time of follow-up in each individual study, which varies between 6 and 48 months), (2) incidence of stroke, (3) acute kidney injury, and (4) major adverse cardiovascular events (MACE), according to VARC II [26].
You can see the work of Lucy May Schofield, the latest artist-in-residence at VARC (Visual Arts in Rural Communities).
Measures of procedural success (device success) and safety (stroke, vascular complications, pacemaker requirement, and in-hospital mortality) were assessed in both groups using Valve Academic Research Consortium (VARC) definitions [7].
An organisation called Visual Arts in Rural Communities (Varc) invites one artist a year to Highgreen to make work in response to the landscape and its people.
"Rather than destructive, is this 'last fronStier' some kind of bio-dome, an artificially created atmosphere meant for the preservation of life - a kind of last stand?" The Last Frontier has been funded by Visual Arts in Rural Communities (Varc), Arts Council England and Canada Council for the Arts.