from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An apparatus for providing intravenous injections.
- abbr. intravenous
- abbr. intravenously
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- n. A Roman numeral representing four (4).
- abbr. Used to indicate an ordinal number; the fourth (common as a name suffix.)
- Instrumental variable.
- n. An intravenous injection.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. administration of nutrients through a vein
- adj. being one more than three
- n. the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one
(_Tr_ V xiv 20, _EP_ III ii 98), coupled with _memor_ (_Tr_ IV v 18, V iv 43), or used to characterize the inseparable friends of myth such as
-- The persons are, accordingly, symmetrical throughout; the action is so until past the dolphins (VIII: VIII¹); the drapery only in II: II¹, and in VI, V, IV: IV¹, V¹, VI¹; and the weapons not at all.
The drapery is diagonally symmetrical in Vb, IV: IV¹, V¹b
VIa Vb IV IV¹ V¹b VI¹b and by their correspondence to VII: VII¹.
As most people know, IV is short for intravenous; consequently, most people think that all a home IV therapy nurse does is to administer intravenous medications to a patient at home.
The Title IV federal lawsuit mentioned is Communities for Equity v.
Nadreck of Palain IV is the feature Second Stage Lensman in this novel.
The company derives a major portion of its revenue from federal student financial aid programs, the Title IV programs.
If a program fails to meet some or all of these proposed requirements, then the program's eligibility to participate in the Title IV program may be restricted or lost entirely.
The proposed rulemaking addressing the definition of gainful employment includes provisions whereby students at a program level must demonstrate certain levels of student loan repayment and/or a program's graduates must achieve certain debt-to-income ratios for the institution's program to remain eligible for participation in the Title IV program.
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