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VASSVietnamese Academy of Social Sciences
VASSVirginia Association of School Superintendents (Charlottesville, VA)
VASSVictorian Assessment Software System (Australia)
VASSVector Addition System with States
VASSVisual Analysis Support Subsystem
VASSVulnerability Assessment Support System
VASSVariable Angle Sampling Spinning
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Burly, unshaven and wearing a blue Adidas T-shirt, Vass spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth and address during the two-minute hearing.
It is understood Vass left his wife to move in with Miss Clough in Camden Street, Barrowford, before they too separated.
It is understood Vass had other children by his marriage, which he ended after falling for Jane.
Clearly structured and rewardingly singable (one could imagine small choral societies embracing its manageability), and enthusiastically performed by Vass's newly-formed chamber choir (who occasionally had to work hard to be heard), it fell as easily on the ear as anything from the last 30 years.
In his 2008 article, Vass addressed the relationship between an increase in a region's factor endowment of venture capital and regional rates of innovation.
After the items were brought in, the project's organiser, Joanne Kirton, decided to look into Lt Capt Vass' military records.
Monitoring MP Sajin de Vass Gunawardena in his contradiction said, "This is an absolutely false statement which is factually incorrect.
The swipe fromNew Party spokesperson Richard Vass comes in the aftermath of last week's Question Time controversy which pushed the broadcaster firmly into the spotlight.
Fay Vass, chief executive, British Hedgehog Preservation Society, Shropshire.
John Higgins replied with a penalty, but sloppy Coventry lost possession and conceded an Ian Vass try which Hinton converted.