from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The letter v.
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- n. The name of the Latin script letter V/v.
- n. Something with the shape of the letter V. Found in compounds such as vee-necked.
- n. The arc of the field, forward of the batsman, from cover to midwicket, in which drives are played
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OK, from the charts it looks like a 3 m/s delta-vee is required every 60 days just to maintain altitude - 6 per year like this one.
Jared - You did a great job on the "vee" - impeccable. gorgeous combo - your eye for color and texture is uncanny.
Born on the Hawaiian island of Niihau, Israel Kamakawiwo'ole (pronounced ka ma ka vee vo olay) was one of the 1,000 or so native Hawaiians remaining.
A vee which is often used in a workshop shall be tested by using the steel rule, caliper, depth gauge and protractor (rough and precise measurements).
Terisa, Scott and Larry have lived together in "ethical non-monogamy" for more than a decade - longer than some marriages - with Terisa as the "vee" of the "triad" (i.e., she is involved with both men, who do not sleep with each other); ..
And the sin of that understanding forming a deep vee of birds.
I am not particularly fond of killing ducks to but I am glad that GOD gives me another DAY out on the water so see the magnificents of seeing a pair or vee coming in!
Especially since, in the middle of it, my friend Alex was on the tee-vee!
| Reply nice point, common sense: of course, someday we will have a way to have enough fuel to actually slow down on lunar return (ya gotta get to the re-fueling station, right?). ... and if we're dreaming, someday we'll have enough delta-vee to re-enter at 1 or 2 miles a sec rather than 5-7.
“Well,” he said in a sleepy voice against the vee of my legs.