MVP


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MVP

abbr. Sports
most valuable player

MVP

(in the US and Australia) abbreviation for
(General Sporting Terms) most valuable player: the man or woman judged to be the outstanding player in a sport during a particular season or championship

MVP

or M.V.P.,

Most Valuable Player.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.MVP - the player judged to be the most important to the sport
player, participant - a person who participates in or is skilled at some game
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The former NU Bulldog also added this trophy to his already gaudy collection after previously raking up two UAAP MVPs, the 2015 PBA D-League Aspirants' Cup Conference MVP with Hapee, and the MVP of the 2015 SEABA Championship.
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Durant, who will likely received his first ever regular-season MVP award, might join Wes Unseld, Moses Malone and Dirk Nowitzki in the list of former MVP who failed to reach the second round of the playoffs.
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In addition, a well-respected cardiology textbook states that the neuropsychiatric symptoms previously attributed to MVP have not been confirmed in carefully controlled studies and that the relationship between GAD and MVP is not clear.
They can add functions, customize the system, outsource more administration to us or upgrade to MVP Enterprise in the future.
Some people with MVP have both a click and a murmur and some have only a click.
Background Previous studies have reported that the prevalence of mitral valve prolapse (MVP) is between 5% and 35%, and that MVP is associated with serious clinical problems like stroke, atrial fibrillation, or valvular dysfunction requiring surgery.