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MVS

abbreviation for
(Veterinary Science) Master of Veterinary Surgery
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The MoD has given Anglesey's branch of the Maritime Volunteer Service (MVS) until August 5 to vacate its base on Ynys Gaint near Menai Bridge.
If an IUML candidate is fielded, the LDF may back the MVS candidate, and hope to defeat the UDF candidate.
This work is motivated to characterize the effect of the color on the MVS measurements of temperature, pressure, velocity, and viscosity.
Although MVU was created with the intent of focusing on workforce development, after several years of the existence of the MVS, MVU determined in 2004 it was time to undergo a major reorganization.
The MVS has 25 active units around the United Kingdom including the Northumbria Unit, which serves from the Tweed to the Tees and provides nautical training to nationally and internationally-recognised standards.
Debbie Lopez, MVS Program Manager, said: 'the new temporary tags will provide better protection for the people of Wyoming when buying a vehicle.
Lee joined MVS in 2003, the year the firm was founded, and served as a senior vice president and team leader.
The ring of convection comprising the eyewall is highly perturbed by four MVs (labeled A-D).
Innovatus Imaging revealed on Monday the completion of the acquisition of the European Bayer Multi Vendor Service (MVS) business for an undisclosed value.
Furthermore, we demonstrated the feasibility of isolating tMSC-derived MVs, highlighting the utility of this novel source of mesenchymal stem cells as an avenue to derive MVs for regenerative medicine applications.