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vav

also vau or waw  (väv, vôv)
n.
The sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet. See Table at alphabet.

[Hebrew wāw, from Phoenician *wāw, *wō, pin (sense uncertain), sixth letter of the Phoenician alphabet.]

vav

(vɔːv)
n
(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet (ו) transliterated as v or w. Also called: waw
[from Hebrew wāw a hook]

vav

(vɑv, vɔv)

n.
the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
[< Hebrew wāw literally, hook]
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Firstly the design air flow rate of VAV ventilation was increased, which allowed lower supply air temperatures.
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The edition (Sanskrit and Tibetan) and annotated German translation of the longer stotra, the Varrh[bar{a}]varna (VAV), is the object in the v olume under review.