vil.

vil.

abbr.
village
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The model, 20, basques in the glory of dressing as 101 Dalmatians' villain Cruella de Vil.
Vodafone said that India has sought to impose one- time spectrum charges of approximately Au 525 million ( ` 5,250) on certain operating subsidiaries of VIL. Litigation remains pending in the Telecom Dispute Settlement Appellate Tri- bunal, courts in relation to a number of significant regulatory issues, including spectrum and licence fees, licence extension, 3G intra- circle roaming and mobile termination rates, the company said.
In its statement, Vodafone mentioned it will also think about providing more funds by subscribing to equity shares of VIL. As part of the buyout, the group will be acquiring shares from VIL's non-executive chairman Analjit Singh among others.
There are no magic numbers for VIL. How you interpret VIL ultimately depends on several factors, which include location and time of year.
One onlooker said: "She looked like Cruella de Vil."
He also sported, black and white spotted footwear that would have been the envy of Cruella De Vil.
The corps' pretty pastel-pink and silver brocades and Odette's snowy white feathers gave Swan Lake's first act an elegant candy coating, while Rothbart's venomous green and soot-black cape was the perfect foil for Odile's saucy headdress, its feather cocked to one side like a question mark as Mashkina whipped out her fouettes, each flick of the leg as sharp, swift and sure of Siegfried, with a glower worthy of Cruella de Vil.
It is a sequel to box office hit 101 Dalmatians in which Close, aged 53, starred as evil dognapper Cruella De Vil.
And Hollywood star Glenn Close is returning as the evil scheming dog catcher Cruella de Vil.