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MVP

Abbreviation for:
master validation plan
mitral valve prolapse
mitral valvoplasty
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MVP

1. Mitral valve prolapse.
2. Mitral valvoplasty.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

MVP

Abbreviation for mitral valve prolapse.
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Yastrzemski won the Triple Crown and MVP award in '67, then was ninth in the voting in 1968 - the year of the pitcher - behind Detroit's 30-game winner, Denny McLain.
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I mean for the last three years, the guy has been absolutely lights out, and now you still want to sit here and debate who should be MVP when he leads the league in scoring, his assists numbers are off the charts, they have the best record in the league," Bryant said.
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It was the first time since March-April 2010 that players from the same team were named MVPs in both leagues.
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Who are these board MVPs? First, they combine intelligence and experience with character and judgment.
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'You know, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar-who is my favorite player-he had six MVPs. But they don't consider him the best of all time, because [he was] from a different era.