- n. Plural form of V.
“In stunt-casting news, Marc Singer of the original V series guests in a new role as a member of a secret government-military cabal that has never trusted the V's.”
“Mallards carve V's in their wake, rippling wastes bob lily pads, overgrown.”
“Particularly enjoyable is George V's first Christmas broadcast in 1932: I am speaking to the children above all.”
“The '80s hunk, who played the original V's strapping lizard slayer Mike Donovan, will appear in the season finale of ABC's updated V as all-new freedom fighter Lars Tremont.”
“As the new season begins under an ominous red sky, Anna's FBI nemesis Erica tracks down a scientist who reveals the V's terrifying plans for humanity, while TV anchor Chad aligns himself with the Fifth Column after learning the lengths of Anna's betrayal.”
“The response to the video, he said as he parked his BMW behind his restaurant, Bobby V's Sports Gallery Café, was ridiculous, like going in the dugout with the mustache.”
“Any idea what V's premiere title "Red Rain" means? —”
“V's Charles Mesure is going from battling alien lizards to tackling desperate housewives.”
“The Queen will take part in a wreath laying ceremony on the first day of her visit at the Garden of Remembrance in Dublin that commemorates the Irish Republicans who tried to overthrow George V's rule over Ireland in the Easter Rising.”
“Last year, conservative Justice Alito joined liberal Justice Ginsburg in affirming Henry V's war-crimes conviction for executing French prisoners of war.”
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