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VC

 
2. acuity of color vision.

VC

Abbreviation for colored vision; vital capacity.

VC

vital capacity.

VC

abbreviation for vital capacity.

VC

Abbreviation for:
valid completer
variable coefficient
variable cost 
varicocoele
vena cava
ventilatory capacity
ventricular contraction
vinyl chloride
visual cortex
vital capacity
vitamin C
vocal cord
voluntary controlled

VC

Abbreviation for:
1. Vascular catheterization.
2. Vasoconstrictor.
3. Vena cava 6. Venous capacitance 7. Ventilatory capacity 8. Ventricular complex 9. Ventricular coupling 10. Vital capacity 11. Vocal cord.

VC

Abbreviation for vital capacity; colored vision.

Vital capacity (VC)

The largest amount of air expelled after one's deepest inhalation.

VC

vital capacity

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VC

Abbreviation for vital capacity.

VC

vital capacity.
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Barratt's divisional commander stated: "I know of no award of the Victoria Cross more richly merited.
I have directed the State Heritage Office to begin the process for heritage listing all Victoria Cross recipients' graves immediately, as the process is lengthy and multi-faceted.
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George Maling, from the pottery family, received the Victoria Cross for his actions 100 years ago during the Battle of Loos.
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