VOD

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AcronymDefinition
VODVideo On Demand
VODVoice and Data
VODVideo of the Day (entertainment)
VODValue of the Dollar (finance)
VODVolume of Distribution
VODVicar of Dibley (TV show)
VODVeno-Occlusive Disease
VODVirtual Optical Device
VODVirtual Optical Drive
VODVpx Operational Dashboard
VODVoice on Demand
VODVideo on Desktop
VODVerification of Deposit
VODVerification of Death
VODVision of Disorder (band)
VODVoice of Democracy (student speech competition)
VODValley of Death (Asheron's Call game)
VODVertical Onboard Delivery (US DoD)
VODVelocity of Detonation (high explosives)
VODVoice Output Device (communication)
VODVoice Over Data
VODVoice-Operated Device
VODVoice Of the Diabetic
VODVacuum Oxygen Decarbonization
VODVector of Differentiation
VODVertical Obstruction Data
VODVisus Oculi Dextri (Latin: Vision - Right Eye)
VODVery Old Data
VODVehicle Operations - Program D
VODVehicle Office D
VODVan of Death (fast-food trailer in Cambridge, UK)
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DAWN French last night hailed tragic Vicar of Dibley co-star Emma Chambers as "the most loyal and loving friend anyone could wish for".
POPULAR Vicar of Dibley star Emma Chambers - dippy verger Alice Tinker - has been hailed as "a unique and beautiful spark" after her death at 53.
DAWN French has led tributes to her former The Vicar Of Dibley co-star Emma Chambers, who has died aged 53.
Vicar Of Dibley actress Emma Chambers who has died at the age of 53 PICTURE: PETER JORDAN
Emma Freud, wife of The Vicar Of Dibley creator Richard Curtis, paid a moving tribute to Chambers on Twitter.
GOERS in Holmfirth might have a touch of the doubles if they're in the audience for a new production of The Vicar of Dibley next week.
Dawn French as Geraldine Granger in The Vicar of Dibley More ardent TV fans will recognise its period looks, as it has featured in several well-known shows including The Vicar of Dibley (starring Dawn French on the BBC), Goodnight Mr Tom and Midsomer Murders.
Although she has taken on many comical roles, the one that most of us fondly remember is The Vicar of Dibley.
A bit dumbstruck, I just replied 'it's great thanks' and accidentally admitted to being the Vicar of Dibley.
The Vicar of Dibley, which ran for three series starting in 1994, starred French as female vicar Geraldine Granger, who moves to the rural village of Dibley where she meets some resistance and some very odd characters.
The play consists of three episodes from the Vicar of Dibley series, which wrapped in 2007: Songs of Praise, Celebrity Vicar and Love and Marriage.