from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. polyvinyl
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- n. Symbol for the petavolt, an SI unit of electromotive force equal to 1015 volts.
- probation violation
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Aside from this group, because the climate in PV is perfect from November through May, certain other outside groups like BelleCora Press hold a couple workshops per year in town, bringing new talent and training to the local residents.
You can spend millions on property in PV but generally speaking, real estate in PV is NOT more expensive than the Lake Chapala area.
Are you kidding -- every gringo living in PV is available for cocktails 24 hours a day.
Those of us who have written tomes in response to yours and others exaggerated concerns regarding renewable energy technology are aghast that you don't as yet fully understand what the term PV actually means.
Before you know it, you and your spouse are discussing the possibility of purchasing some property in "PV", as the city is known among the expatriate community.
If savings vehicles are sufficiently better today than before, then the modern 45 yo, looking at an age 70 retirement (or a post-retirement career, also common) may be looking at needing less in PV terms than his ancestor.
I live in PV where I get my water from a parasitic private water company.
They will help make the case for just how unlikely PV is as an economic option.
Neither of you needs a job to live in PV -- you just need FM3 visas if you want to stay or FMT visas if you want to leave the country every 6 months.
Next, let's assume that 30 planes arrive daily in PV during the six summer months of which 20 are from the US; that's another 350,000 passengers arriving by air during the "low season".
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