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  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given names Violet and Viola.

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Examples

  • Wait'll I write about sippin 'Vi-Co down by the slough, in the shade of a poplar bluff.

    "Curling? What's that?"

  • Wait'll I write about sippin 'Vi-Co down by the slough, in the shade of a poplar bluff.

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  • Russians Pentagon lets reporters visit Potemkin Vi ...

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  • The researchers developed a method they call Vi-Fi, writes the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's Todd Bishop, which allows a system to maintain connections with several base stations at once, using a primary access point for traffic until a discontinuity is predicted or encountered.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • The researchers developed a method they call Vi-Fi, writes the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's Todd Bishop, which allows a system to maintain connections with several base stations at once, using a primary access point for traffic until a discontinuity is predicted or encountered.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • So instead Lena imagined calling Vi, whom she missed terribly, to say she was coming home.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • So instead Lena imagined calling Vi, whom she missed terribly, to say she was coming home.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • In opposition to Śaṃkara's monism, Yāmunāchārya propounded the doctrine of his school, the so-called Viśishṭādvaita, which was preached with still greater skill and success by his famous successor Rāmānuja, who died in 1137.

    Hindu Gods And Heroes Studies in the History of the Religion of India

  • "Oh, but here's the sun!" called Vi suddenly, as the sun burst forth from the cloud and showered a golden glory over everything.

    Billie Bradley on Lighthouse Island The Mystery of the Wreck

  • So also when we turn to what will be more familiar to the vast majority of you, the symbology of Hinduism, you will find that all Avatâras have their source in Viṣhṇu, in Him who pervades the universe, as the very name Viṣhṇu implies, who is the Supporter, the Protector, the pervading, all-permeating Life by which the universe is held together, and by which it is sustained.

    Avatâras Four lectures delivered at the twenty-fourth anniversary meeting of the Theosophical Society at Adyar, Madras, December, 1899

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