RVM

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RVMRichmond (Amtrak station code; Richmond, VA)
RVMRuby Version Manager (software)
RVMRemote Volume Mirroring
RVMResearch Virtual Machine
RVMReverse Vending Machine
RVMRecoverable Virtual Memory
RVMRearview Mirror (Pearl Jam song)
RVMRoyal Victorian Medal (Canadian decoration)
RVMRogue Valley Manor (Oregon)
RVMRostral Ventromedial Medulla
RVMResearch Value Mapping (various organizations)
RVMRadio Valois Multien (French radio station)
RVMRestricted Veterinary Medicine
RVMRadio Vie Meilleure (French radio station)
RVMRouting Vector Method (broadcasting field)
RVMRegistrazione Video Magnetica (Italian: Magnetic Recording Video)
RVMReference Validation Mechanism
RVMRetail Vending Machine
RVMReuse View Matcher
RVMRequirements Verification Matrix
RVMRecovery Voltage Method (electronics)
RVMAcoustic Rising Mine
RVMRichmond, VA Main Street Station (Amtrak Code)
RVMRenewable Vending Machine
RVMReligious of the Virgin Mary, Philippines (religious order)
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New Delhi, [India] Sep 08 ( ANI ): Farhan Akhtar has finally dropped his new English song 'Rearview Mirror'.
I'm a disabled person who's concerned about people driving with handicapped placards on their rearview mirrors. Placards should only be used when parking in handicapped spaces.
Though forward-looking cameras have gravitated toward placement in the inside rearview mirror housing, and side-looking radar units are a natural for outside mirror housings, the question of where the front or rear units reside is still up in the air.
I'm also checking my rearview mirror more often than normal.
The system is guided by a camera on the top of the rearview mirror that notes the demarcation lines on the road and operates a motor to adjust the steering wheel so as to keep the car in the middle of the lane.
The content was historical data accessed through the rearview mirror of a computer display.
The 'Rock On' actor took to Instagram on Monday to share that on September 07 a new single 'Rearview Mirror' from his 11-song album titled 'Echoes'" will be released.
The Touring version will be offered with a USD1,130 package that includes a moon-roof and a 225-watt, nine-speaker Bose audio system, and a USD1,185 Technology Package that adds TomTom-based navigation, an auto-dimming/Homelink rearview mirror, automatic and adaptive Xenon headlamps, rain-sensing wipers and an anti-theft alarm.
Not only is there one framing and/or mirroring surface after another--the first, front-plane pane of reflecting car-window glass, the closer side mirror with smaller round mirror inset within it; the angled rearview mirror, the windshield, the farther side mirror with its inset, the farther window, the tilted triangular side window, the reflection of one or more of these mirrors on the left.
Glancing in the rearview mirror, he noticed a pickup truck approaching on the shoulder of the road, which ran alongside a lake.
If the automobiles is the icon of American popular culture, the rearview mirror is the grandstand of personal taste, an expression of the driver's individuality.