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VVide (Latin: see)
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VBritish Columbia (postal code designation, Canada)
VVessels (blood)
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VVendetta (comic)
VVeto (as in V-chips on televisions)
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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
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In the Nature Versus Nurture debate, there is, of course, no winner.
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This conceptual schema consisted of a set of binaries that defined the identity of Islam as a religion and its followers as a religious community (umma): wahy (revelation) versus aqi (reason), towhid(divine unity) versus shirk (idol worshipping), the Shari'a (Islamic law) versus jahiliyya (state of ignorance), dar ul-Islam (the abode of Islam) versus dar ul-harb (the abode of war), wilaya (delegation by God) versus mulk (hereditary rule), khilafat(spiritual authority) versus sultanate (temporal authority), umma(universalistic Islamic solidarity) versus asabiyya (particularistic t ribal solidarity), and ijtihad (independent reasoning) versus taqlid (following the established rules).
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