### abv

abbreviation: aboveACA Arctric Control Area
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### ABV

alcohol by volume; the most common measure of the strength of an alcoholic beverage
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### ABV

See Alcohol by volume
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### ABV

Abv is the shortened term for Alcohol By Volume. Abv is the alcohol strength of the whisky measured as a percentage in relation to the liquid as a whole. 40% abv is equal to 40% alcohol and 60% water.
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### ABV

Alcohol by volume. The alcoholic strength measured as the percentage of alcohol present.
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### ABV

Alcohol by volume. This is a measurement of the percent of alcohol present in a volume of liquid. To obtain this number take the original gravity and subtract the final gravity then multiply the answer by 131.25. One pound of fermentable sugar is approximately equal to 1% ABV in a 5 gallon batch. ABV = ABW x 1.25.
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### ABV

[TV station] ABV is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation`s television station in Melbourne, Victoria. The station began broadcasting on 19 November 1956 and is transmitted throughout the state via a network of relay transmitters and also ABV is the second television station in Victoria with HSV-7 which opened at the same month of 1956 as
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### ABV

alcohol by volume
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### ABV

Alcohol by volume. This is a measurement of the percent of alcohol present in a volume of liquid. To obtain this number take the original gravity and subtract the final gravity then multiply the answer by 131.25. One pound of fermentable sugar is approximately equal to 1% ABV in a 5 gallon batch. ABV = ABW x 1.25.
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### ABV

See alcohol by volume.
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