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DV

Abbreviation for:
daily value
Dengue virus
dependent variable
diagnostic variable
digital vibration
dilute volume
distance vision
distemper virus
distribution volume
district valuer 
domestic violence 
domiciliary visit
double vision
ductus venosus
dysfunctional voiding
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DV

1. Daily value, see there.
2. Dorsoventral.
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DV

Abbreviation for daily value.
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Visitors to WorldLink's Web site (http://www.wl.net) will be able to not only read and hear interviews with the astronauts but also view live and archived footage created using Sony's DSR-130 DVCAM digital video camera and transmitted through the Web using Microsoft's NetShow 2.0.
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They get hauled into a mini-van and berated by big sister while little sister works them over with the DVcam. In the process, though, we actually learn more about the way that lies, fantasies, and prevarications become the only weapons left to the disempowered.
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and for those who still need it, there's also DVcam 25Mbps.