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Synonyms for V

a unit of potential equal to the potential difference between two points on a conductor carrying a current of 1 ampere when the power dissipated between the two points is 1 watt

a soft silvery white toxic metallic element used in steel alloys

the cardinal number that is the sum of four and one

being one more than four


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The first three V's are really talking about architecture, infrastructure, representation of data--things that are important to IT organizations and, by far, less interesting to the business guys.
In response, a counter-protest was also cancelled, but around 40-50 people chose to gather at Monument nonetheless, to demonstrate their continued opposition to Roosh V's views.
Such was V's life, scattered in episodes out of chronological sequence, but linked by word and other associations throughout the poem.
Country: , USASector: Hotels/Restaurants/Casinos/CateringTarget: Prime Seafood, Wildfish Seafood GrilleBuyer: Darden Restaurants IncVendor: Eddie V's Restaurants IncDeal size in USD: 59mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
On the one hand, V knew that D was taking part in an extramarital fling in Vermont while D became increasingly fed up with V's too often forcing D [1] to let him have both vaginal and anal sex and [2] to pleasure him with oral sex.
V's Barbershop, an upscale barbershop franchise that caters to men, is set to open a Bellingham location in Bakerview Square in May.
Karenfoto's sunset shot "Tranquillity" at Crosby beach and Tony V's frosty image of the Leeds Liverpool canal are just two of the entries sent in so far.
But a closer analysis indicates that growth has come at the expense of V's profit margins (see table 1).
This past weekend, on the fifth anniversary of Martin McNamara V's death fighting a house fire in Lancaster, family and friends gathered, not just to mark his death, but, even more importantly, to remember his life (see story, page 1).
V's mother was a teenager when V was born and she never settled down in one place or with one man all through V's childhood.
V whisks Evey away to his lair, where--after climbing to a rooftop--the duo witness V's inaugural "masterpiece," the midnight bombing of London's Old Bailey Courthouse set to the climactic strains of Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture" (which is played through the city's ubiquitous public address speakers).
Example 2: Corporation Y acquires Corporation V's stock from the V shareholders in exchange for consideration that consists of 50% voting stock of Y and 50% cash.