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VVisa (credit card)
VVolt
VVerb
VVatican (international automobile identification)
VVelocity or speed
V5 (Roman numeral)
VVideo
VVersion
VWe
VValue
VVegan
VVoice
VVery
VVector
VVirtual
VVision
VVolume
VValley
VSingle Connection (relative to Net access)
VVice
VVacation
VVictoria
VVisitors
VVehicle
VVital
VVictory
VVariable
VVersus
VVerse
VVoltage (physics)
VVictor (aviation letter code)
VVariant
VVenturi
VVerso
VVelocity
VVide (Latin: see)
VVanadium
VVegetarian (food labeling)
VVomiting
VValor (military award medals)
VVentilation
VBritish Columbia (postal code designation, Canada)
VVessels (blood)
VGas Flow
VValine (amino acid)
VVivendi Universal (stock symbol)
VVendetta (comic)
VVeto (as in V-chips on televisions)
VViscount
VVarsity
VVowel
VVecka (Swedish: Week)
VVisual Acuity
VVitreous
VVänsterpartiet (Swedish political party)
VViolini (catalog of Graf zeppelin mail; philately)
VCanadian Vickers (aircaraft mark)
VSector Pattern (US DoD)
VVelocity of Target Drift (US DoD)
VVTOL/STOL (US military aircraft vehicle type designation)
VPeak Hour Flows (peak hour forecast traffic flows)
VSearch and Rescue Unit Ground Speed (US DoD)
VUS DoT tire speed rating (150 mph)
VVanessa Hudgens music album (Disney Channel star)
VV-Band: 40 GHz-75 GHz frequency band
References in classic literature ?
When, on the one hand, we see domesticated animals and plants, though often weak and sickly, yet breeding quite freely under confinement; and when, on the other hand, we see individuals, though taken young from a state of nature, perfectly tamed, long-lived, and healthy (of which I could give numerous instances), yet having their reproductive system so seriously affected by unperceived causes as to fail in acting, we need not be surprised at this system, when it does act under confinement, acting not quite regularly, and producing offspring not perfectly like their parents or variable.
The size and shape of the apertures in the sternum are highly variable; so is the degree of divergence and relative size of the two arms of the furcula.
"Oh, sir, I will indeed be worthy of the confidence that you have shown in me!" Her eyes moistened; her variable color came and went; her dress heaved softly over the lovely outline of her bosom.
Their hunting ground was occasionally invaded by the Blackfeet, but the Snakes battled bravely for their domains, and a long and bloody feud existed, with variable success.
They all noticed another change in this variable young person.
[USPRwire, Thu Jul 11 2019] Variable Speed Drive Market -- Introduction A variable speed drive offers smoother operation as compared to its counterpart - fixed speed drive, on account of its competency to change the frequency of the input power as per the requisites.
[ClickPress, Fri May 03 2019] A variable speed drive offers smoother operation as compared to its counterpart - fixed speed drive, on account of its competency to change the frequency of the input power as per the requisites.
As examples suggested above, the needs for variable impact measurements research is increasing.
Vector Error Correction Model shows additional data on the relationship between variables. Cointegration does not tell the bearing of Granger causality as to which variable is endogenous and which is exogenous.
The textbook definition (as found in StatisticsHowTo.com): "In an experiment, the independent variable typically has an effect on your dependent variable.
NAB customers with a Standard Variable Rate home loan will save an average of $47-a-month on their monthly home loan principal and interest repayments based on a $300,000 loan over a 30-year term.