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- n. A Roman numeral representing five hundred and five (505).
- Deo volente (God willing)
- digital video
- domestic violence
- described video
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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"Vowing to find new ways to stimulate the sputtering economy, (DV translates as" spluttering Democrat prospects "in November) President Barack Obama will call for long-term investments in the nation's roads, railways and airports that would cost at least $50 billion, administration officials said.
But Labour MP Chris Bryant told the Observer that he had been informed by senior officials that they had believed Coulson was working with the same security clearance as had been held by Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair's press security, who underwent the toughest vetting procedures, which are known as DV developed vetting.
DV is a serious issue, but it is only one serious issue amongst many serious issues the police and/or criminal justice system deal with.
While I am not suggesting that DV is confined to the swamp and its inhabitants, as it clearly is not, it is certainly prolific in this environment.
I would suggest given the DV is for kids, we keep it simply and run with scallop work for the base and forget me knot patterns, perhaps some ribbon inserts as well if you like.
DV is a genderless issue with ‘about’ the same numbers as female and male victims.
And digital video startup Avidence, which is apparently focused on white-label DV solutions for the enterprise, scores a $5 million Series A round.
When I worked in DV shelters, I knew that restraining orders where pretty flimsy; seems that now they're just worthless.
When my wife broke my nose, and I called the DV hotline, the attendant asked me what I'd done to provoke it.