American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. junior varsity
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as J. U. D.
- n. a college or university team that competes at a level below the varsity team
“Now one time, Mum wanted to get hold of another painting of Jack's, but the local 'Athena' had run out, so she called JV's gallery to see if they could tell her where to get them from.”
“According to Thomson, joint ventures involving Russian companies and corporations like Ford and Pepsico strongly suggest that, whatever problems have beset others, the JV is a viable business model going forward.”
“The Company's 50% interest in the SQM JV, which is subject to joint control, is consolidated on a proportionate basis whereby the Company includes in these consolidated financial statements its proportionate share of the assets, liabilities, revenues, and expenses of the joint venture.”
“Specifically, the JV, which is expected to become operational during the second half of 2010, will sell GE's computed tomography, x-ray and magnetic resonance contrast media products.”
“If the foreigners don't come to this realization is when gas prices will get extremely low for a sustained time period, and the JV will be a thing of the past and M&As will be the only deal talked about.”
“However, contribution of the companies will depend on their shareholding in the JV, which is still to be finalised, â€ the official added.”
“Part of the interest by this other partner in our JV is our ability to get these wells down at an attractive price.”
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