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AcronymDefinition
AVsAvalanche (Colorado Avalanche hockey team)
AVsAnti-Virus Software
AVsAmerican Vacuum Society
AVsAsian Variety Show (US TV show)
AVsAverage Speed
AVsAudio Video Systems, Inc.
AVsAuxiliaires de Vie Scolaire (French: Auxiliary of Life School)
AVsArya Vaidya Sala (Indian hospital; aka Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala; also seen as KAVS)
AVsAnti-Vibration System
AVsAdvanced Visual Systems
AVsAddress Verification System
AVsAssurance Vieillesse et Survivants (French)
AVsAir Velocity
AVsAudio Video Coding Standard (China)
AVsAudi Valvelift System (engine part)
AVsAdvanced Video System
AVsActive Virus Shield (software)
AVsAudio Video Selector
AVsAlpenverein Südtirol (Mountaineering and Climbing Federation of South Tyrol)
AVsAudio Visual Stimulation
AVsApplication Visualization System
AVsA Votre Service (French: At Your Service; various organizations)
AVsAnimal and Veterinary Science
AVsAdaptive Voltage Scaling
AVsAvi Synth
AVsAudio Video Subsystem
AVsAutomatic Version Synchronization
AVsApplication Velocity System
AVsAvailability Status
AVsanti Virus Stations
AVsAudi Valvelift System
AVsanti Vibration System
AVsanti Virus Software
AVsanti Virus Service
AVsAge Verification System
AVsAdvanced Visualization Studio
AVsAdvanced Voice Services
AVsAddress Verification Service
AVsAdaptive Variable Suspension
AVsActive Virus Shield
AVsAccording to Various Sources
AVsAfter-Visit Summary (healthcare)
AVsAvailability Status (airline reservation systems)
AVsAmerican Vegan Society (Malaga, NJ)
AVsA Vida Secreta (Portuguese: The Secret Life; website)
AVsAdult Vocational Services (various organizations)
AVsAmerican Viola Society
AVsAddress Verification Services
AVsApplication Velocity System (Cisco)
AVsAdvanced Visualization System
AVsAge Verification Service (used on adult sites)
AVsApplied Vegetation Science
AVsAdult Verification Service
AVsAcid Volatile Sulfide
AVsAviation Systems
AVsAirborne Video Surveillance
AVsAutomated Vehicle Scheduling (software)
AVsAvionics System
AVsAssociate Value Specialist (engineering certification)
AVsAdvanced Voice Service (software)
AVsAir Valve Secondary (carburetor)
AVsA Virtual Solution
AVsAssociation for Volunteer Services (Lebanon)
AVsAdvanced Voting Solutions Inc
AVsAvionics Technician (Canadian Air Force)
AVsAviation Supply Ship
AVsAutomatic Verification System
AVsAdditional Value Shares
AVsAvalanche Style (California Avalanche Club)
AVsAuburn Village School (Auburn, New Hampshire)
AVsAmerican Violet Society (Yukon, Pennsylvania)
AVsAivan Sama (Finnish)
AVsAudiovisual Squadron (US Air Force Aerospace Audiovisual Service)
AVsArbitrarily Varying Source
AVsAuto Voltage Select (power supplies)
AVsArmy Veterinary Service
AVsAeromedical Visual Standards
AVsAbrasion Value Steel (engineering/geology)
AVsAudit Verification System
AVsAffordable Virtual Servers (Australia)
AVsAssociation Vacances Sélestat (French: Holidays Association Selestat; est. 1947; Selestat, France)
AVsAsociación Vida Sana (Spanish: Fitness Association)
AVsArt and Visual Services
References in periodicals archive ?
The new theory could be a breakthrough in understanding what is going on at the very moment when an avalanche begins," says University of Edinburgh physicist Joachim Heierli, lead author of the study.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the men probably triggered the avalanche when they entered a remote area near West Bowl, Whistler, marked "permanently closed".
Six periods have been played in this Western Conference semifinal playoff series, and in five of them, the Colorado Avalanche has served as the proverbial bug against the Mighty Ducks' windshield.
In our November issue, citations attributing several of the quotations in Gwen Allen's article "In on the Ground Floor: Avalanche and the SoHo Art Scene, 1970-1976" were omitted.
Parks Canada has developed a new set of Avalanche Terrain Ratings, to be used with the daily Avalanche Bulletins, to assist people in assessing the risks and making planning judgments regarding back country trips.
A cubic meter (35 cubic feet) of snow that's been sitting on the ground for a while would weigh about 300 kilograms (661 pounds)," says avalanche scientist Karl Birkeland, of the National Forest Service.
According to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, 327 people died in avalanches in the United States between 1985 and 2001, an average of 20 a year.
Avalanche was released because of its hard white grain color and excellent adaptation for dryland production in eastern Colorado and the west-central Great Plains.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-2 January 2002-Swedes suspected of causing avalanche in Switzerland (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The Chevrolet Avalanche is General Motors' attempt to simultaneously enter and dominate the nascent sport utility truck (SUT) market.