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Cur. adv. vult

abbreviation for
(Law) Curia advisari vult: used in English law to indicate that a court has decided to consider a case privately before giving judgment, as when time is needed to consider arguments or submissions made to it. Compare avizandum
[Medieval Latin: the court wishes to consider]


1. cavalier.
2. cavalry.
3. cavity.
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Implementing agency : Concessioni Autostradali Venete CAV SpA
In addition, Senior Advisor to CAV, Matt Kibbe stated:
Marching from a drop zone two miles southeast of LZ X-Ray, 2-5 CAV arrived at 1200 on the 15th as reinforcements for 1-7 CAV, which was in continuous enemy contact beginning on 14 November.
Upon payment of US$ 765,000 by CAV to ADX for past joint venture costs and satisfaction of other conditions precedent, ADX will issue to CAV 11,172,535 shares.
The company also announced that the founder of CAV International Carroll Vaughan has been promoted to chairman of the company by the board of directors.
CAV Aerospace Ltd and Kilfrost will take a team approach in the development, certification, distribution and sales of TKS ice protection fluids," said Kevin Hawley, President of CAV Aerospace Inc, the company's US ice protection subsidiary.
We were looking for a big project to kick off our efforts and this afforded the CAV an opportunity to make a big difference.
The Navy and the Army currently use the CAV II system that provides visibility of items undergoing repair in commercial contract sites.
CAV II customers and components include the various services (Army, Marines, Navy, and Air Force).
Ideally, the CAV protocol induces immunity and results in remission of disease.
Remanufacturers and resellers may change to the CAV method (including any necessary concurrent changes to the LCM method and discontinuing LIFO) by following the Rev.
CAV stands for Constant Angular Velocity, and means that the disc is read/written at a constantly increasing speed.