from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Virgin Islands
- abbr. volume indicator
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for United States Virgin Islands.
- n. A Roman numeral representing six (6).
- verb, intransitive.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
V: V¹, so in VI: VI¹, persons, action, and arrangement, are closely symmetrical, while a graceful variety and harmony is effected by so modifying each of these elements as to repeat scarcely a detail in the several corresponding figures.
-- 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.
Dangerous conditions for farm workers prompted California Rural Legal Assistance and two other legal advocacy groups to file a Title VI civil rights complaint in 1999, charging that the state's approval of methyl bromide disproportionately affected Latino children in schools near fields that were sprayed.
Georgetown University -- another title VI recipient -- also received $ 20 million from the Prince that same year.
There is a poignant moment in VI where Luke returns the favour, cuts off Vader's hand, and for a moment - there is that triumph in his eyes.
He, like Angus Macfadyen in Saw III and Peter Outerbridge in Saw VI, is forced to walk through a maze of horrors, faced with an escalating series of tasks that require him to suffer in order to save those around him.
She works with Jubaili Bros Engineering, a generator company in VI ..
OCR's new policy for enforcing Title VI is a much needed development.
The remake def does not belong on the list, and VI is not better than the three above it
The poll, intended to be the first public approval survey on record of a Moroccan king by his own subjects, has revealed, according to Ahmed Reda Benchemsi [Fr], the director of both publications, “that 91 percent of Moroccans who were interviewed say that the performance of the reign of King Mohammed VI is positive or very positive.”
Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.