from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. venture capitalist
- abbr. vice chancellor
- abbr. vice consul
- abbr. Victoria Cross
- abbr. Vietcong
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- n. A Common misspelling of XCV., the Roman numeral representing ninety-five (95).
- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
- Victoria Cross. (Medal presented to members of the British and Commonweath armed forces for bravery under enemy fire.)
- venture capitalist
- (archaic) Victor Charlie, Charlie, Viet Cong
- (aviation) prefix code for VIP transport airplane
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Precisely so (and EV and the VC is to be applauded for allowing a more probative view on the subject than has been presented to thispoint).
Good taco stands next to the bus station in VC though.
I actually agree with you, but not only the DSiWare, but the WiiWare and VC is really slacking big time (maybe not for those that did buy the Super Star Wars series).
About the quickest way to lose the interest of a VC is to show them an idea that is too early in the technology cycle.
Are you going to tell me that a firm that can outcompete 50+ other ideas to catch the eye of a VC is deficient in human capital?
But, if you lose the VC backed business, the VC is out that money.
H Jones VC is perhaps not the best example to cite when discussing the roles of the strategic, tactical and operational commander.
What of the National Liberation Front - that strangely anonymous group we call VC or Communists?
Liberation Front - that strangely anonymous group we call VC or
All right, then having done all that, what else do I want to know as a VC?