- From train à grande vitesse. (Wiktionary)
“Some of them, like the TGV is and ICE are phenomenons on which the entire European economy relies.”
“He has the nickname TGV — the movement’s initials.”
“They kept models of the French "Train A Grande Vitesse" sp, aka TGV, all over the offices.”
“The company was called TGV, which originally stood for "Two Guys and a VAX", then "Three Guys and a VAX", then for nothing specific...”
“The high-velocity rail system known as TGV (Train à grande vitesse) began operating between Paris and Lyons, offering passenger service at speeds up to 168 miles per hour.”
“The TGV is a haptic feedback device that uses solenoids, eccentric-mass motors, and Peltier elements-all controlled by custom electronics and a personal computer-to give users the ultimate immersive experience:”
“The French government operates 30,500 miles of track, 1,160 miles of which are genuine HSR lines (called TGV) that have average speeds of about 180 mph.”
“It is compromise that led everyone to go along with the actions of Andry Rajoelina, before suddenly realizing that the TGV might be a high speed train without brakes or a reverse gear.”
“France's "TGV," (Train a Grande Vitesse) as its high-speed rail system is called carried its 1 billionth passenger in November 2003 and expects to reach 2 billion by 2010.”
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