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VLSVertical Launch System
VLSVideo Lan Server
VLSVirtual Linux Station
VLSVersata Logic Server
VLSVirtual Library Systems
VLSVirtual Lan Link State
VLSVariable Length Structure
VLSVulvar Lichen Sclerosus (dermatosis)
VLSVirtual Library System
VLSVinyl Single
VLSVascular Leak Syndrome (medical disorder)
VLSVirtual Learning Space
VLSVery Long Shot
VLSVélos en Libre Service (French: free bicycling service)
VLSFraunhofer-Verbund Life Sciences (Germany)
VLSValk Last Slot (Rubik's Cube)
VLSVariable Load Space (forestry vehicle)
VLSVolunteer Life Saving Corps
VLSVodka, Lime and Soda
VLSVertical Lay System (subsea production wells)
VLSVictory Lane Speedway (Canada)
VLSVandenberg Launch and Landing Site
VLSVehicle Lease and Service Limited (UK)
VLSVariable Low Speed
VLSValley Library Consortium (Saginaw, Michigan)
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VLS said adding the facilities, capabilities and management team from Tubal-Cain to its portfolio expands its service offerings to better serve petrochemical and refinery customers that continue to add production capacity along the Gulf Coast.
If LLS reflect actions intended to help one facilitate learning any aspect of language, VLS are used to help facilitate the learning of vocabulary knowledge in a target language (TL).
The rating is supported by VLS's growing and diversified servicing portfolio, which has increased 15% by balance to GBP1.2 billion as of June 2017 from GBP1 billion in June 2016, representing more than 208,000 accounts across 29 portfolios.
Table 1 is an example of DJ of "Vegetable Production in Japan." In DJs, variables are described by Variable Labels (VLs).
Mark Rosenbaum, a managing partner at Aurora, said, 'Over the past ten years VLS has become the established leader of attractive niches in waste cleaning and processing with outstanding technical capabilities, deep customer relationships and an unrivalled track record of reliable performance.
Among all genotypes C11 (VLS 89) and C13 (MAUS 706) exhibited considerable stability with high mean performance for grain yield.
VLS is a variation on lichen sclerosis, which is a chronic inflammatory condition associated with epithelial thinning that can occur anywhere on the body.
Schlosser, one source of delay may be the well-known reluctance of many patients to disclose genital symptoms, but she also maintained that VLS, which has an incidence of 0.1%-0.2%, is not often considered in the initial evaluation of vulvar dermatologic complaints.
The VLS fires a wide range of missiles, primarily off of US Navy cruisers and destroyers.
The new organisation--the Verification of Lubricant Specifications (VLS)--looks to provide an independent, objective, credible and trusted means to challenge and verify lubricant specifications and performance claims.