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VMVirtual Memory
VMVoice Mail
VMVoice Message
VMVirtual Machine
VMVietnam (Socialist Republic of Vietnam)
VMVeronica Mars (television show)
VMVirgin Mobile
VMVeterinary Medicine
VMVirtual Museum
VMVisual Merchandising
VMViggo Mortensen (actor)
VMVolunteer Minister (Scientology)
VMValtiovarainministeriö (Finnish: Ministry of Finance;Helsinki)
VMVegetation Management
VMVersion Manager
VMVending Machine
VMVideo Monitor
VMVerification Model
VMVoltmeter
VMValue Management
VMVendor Management
VMVisual Media
VMView Mail (Emacs)
VMVehicle Maintenance
VMVocal Music
VMVagina Monologues
VMVastus Medialis (human muscle)
VMVocal Majority
VMVelocity Modulation
VMVolatile Matter
VMVirtual Manufacturing
VMVIBE Magazine
VMVaccinium Macrocarpon (American Cranberry)
VMValley Metro (AZ, public transit system)
VMVelocity Management
VMVelocity Meter
VMVentilation Mécanique (French: Mechanical Ventilation)
VMVirtual Manipulatives (mathematics education)
VMVoice Modulation
VMVertical Multiplier (NIOSH)
VMVariable Metric
VMVenturi Mask (oxygen delivery)
VMVecinos Mundiales (Spanish; World-wide Neighbors)
VMVisayas-Mindanao
VMVerifiable Multilateration (security mechanism)
VMVirtual Madness
VMVivamos Mejor (Let Us Live Better; Guatemalan agency)
VMVorigen Monats (German: last month)
VMVirus Manifesto (website)
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Next the Children's Chorus of Greater Dallas, 75 youngsters from the Dallas metro area, joined The Vocal Majority on stage.
Richard Nixon's "silent majority" became a vocal majority.
Eriksson's stance over Rio Ferdinand may have ensured he remained on-side with the vocal majority of his players, especially the ring-leaders of the players' revolt.
Ask for the opinions of those members not in the vocal majority.
The silent majority must become the vocal majority and bond together as a "free exercise of religion" force through renewed and enlarged church, community, and organizational activities.
We wouldn't have the disgrace of capital punishment, and a majority of the Court upholding it, if a vocal majority of the people weren't persuaded it's good for them and good for the country to have the government murder people.
For too long the vocal majority of Welsh people have waxed lyrical about the attributes of the Welsh, though at the same time there has been an almost traditional absence of confidence which has undermined the development of concept into reality and potential into achievement and success on so many occasions in the past
Money's withering attack on a small minority of Walsall fans for their "negativity" last week drew a response from the vocal majority against Lincoln in their last home game and he is hoping for more of the same.
Yet because of the enthusiastic response to the unique and highly entertaining presentation by the Vocal Majority in 1998, ASIS has invited them to join us for our 50th Anniversary Celebration.
The vocal majority of our fellow citizens who keep telling opinion pollsters that they are utterly content to be taxed harder to pay whatever is needed to sharpen up the National Health Service, the schools, and now the railways, are about to be taken at their word.