VAR

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AcronymDefinition
VARValue-Added Reseller (usually of technology products)
VARVariable/Variation
VARVariety
VARVariant
VARValue At Risk
VARVideo Assistant Referee
VARValue Added Reseller
VARVulnerability Assessment Report
VARVarious Routes of Administration (drugs)
VARVolt-Ampere Reactive
VARVariance Analysis Report
VARVisual Anthropology Review (journal)
VARVideo to Audio Carrier Ratio
VARVariable
VARVirginia Association of Realtors (trade association)
VARVaccine Administration Record (various locations)
VARVolume Application Rate (agriculture)
VARVacuum Arc Remelted
VARVisual-Aural Range
VARVeluwse Afval Recycling (Dutch waste recycling company; Netherlands)
VARVarna, Bulgaria - Varna (Airport Code)
VARVisual-Aural Radio Range
VARVolcanic Activity Reporting
VARVoltage Adjusting Rheostat
VARVehicle Anomaly Report
VARVendor Approval Request
VARVereinte Arabische Republik (UAR; Egypt & Syria 1958-1961)
VARValue Assurance Review
VARVisit Access Request
VARVideo-to-Audio Carrier Ratio
VARValidation Assessment Report
VARVulnerability Assessment Review
VARVoice Access Router
VARVector Auto-Regressive/ion
VARVuestra Alteza Real (Spanish: Your Royal Highness)
VARVisual Acuity Rating (optometry)
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has chosen the static volt-ampere reactive control system developed by Alstom Power Conversion in Pittsburgh to stabilize the voltage that will be used at the two electric arc furnaces at its steel mill located in Columbia City, Ind.