VAN

Value Added Network

VAN

Value added network.
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van

[n] - (British) a camper equipped with living quarters 2. [n] - a truck with an enclosed cargo space
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VAN

Value-Added Network: a packet switched network offering special services e.g. protocol conversion, data store and forward.
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VAN

Vaccine Awareness Network
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Van

Van noun [ Abbrev. from vanguard .] The front of an army; the first line or leading column; also, the front line or foremost division of a fleet, either in sailing or in battle. « Standards and gonfalons, twixt van and rear, Stream in the air.» Milton.
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Van

Van noun [ Cornish.] (Mining) A shovel used in cleansing ore.
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Van

Van transitive verb (Mining) To wash or cleanse, as a small portion of ore, on a shovel. Raymond.
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Van

Van noun [ Abbreviated from caravan .] 1. A light wagon, either covered or open, used by tradesmen and others fore the transportation of goods. [ Eng.] 2. A large covered wagon for moving furniture, etc., also for conveying wild beasts, etc., for exhibition. 3. A close ra...
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Van

Van noun [ Latin vannus a van, or fan for winnowing grain: confer French van . Confer Fan , Van a wing Winnow .] 1. A fan or other contrivance, as a sieve, for winnowing grain. 2. [ Old French vanne , French vanneau beam feather (cf. ...
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Van

Van transitive verb [ Confer French vanner to winnow, to fan. See Van a winnowing machine.] To fan, or to cleanse by fanning; to winnow. [ Obsolete] Bacon.
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van

The front of an army; the first line or leading column; also, the front line or foremost division of a fleet, either in sailing or in battle. 'Standards and gonfalons, twixt van and rear, Stream in the air.' (Milton) ... Origin: Abbrev. Fr. Vanguard. ... 1. A fan or other contrivance, as a sieve, for winnowing grain. ... 2. [OF. Vanne, F. Vanneau b...
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van

noun a truck with an enclosed cargo space
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van

noun a camper equipped with living quarters
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Van

• (n.) A close railway car for baggage. See the Note under Car, 2. • (n.) A fan or other contrivance, as a sieve, for winnowing grain. • (v. t.) To fan, or to cleanse by fanning; to winnow. • (n.) The front of an army; the first line or leading column; also, the front line or foremost division of a fleet, either in sailing or in...
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Van

city, eastern Turkey. It lies on the eastern shore of Lake Van at an altitude of about 5,750 feet (1,750 metres). The city lies in an oasis at the ...
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Van

Van is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `God is Gracious` Where is it used? The name Van is mainly used In Other languages.If it`s too long people might use In Russian, Czech, Serbian and In Croatian: Ivan In English: VanceSee also In Russian and In Ukrainian: Ivanna In Russian: Vanya In English and In the bible: John In Czech, Se...
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Van

Van (vän) , city (1990 pop. 153,525), capital of Van prov., E Turkey, near the eastern shore of Lake Van, at an altitude of 5,659 ft (1,725 m). It is the trade center for a fruit- and grain-growing region. Van was the cradle of an ancient Armenian civilization. It was the capital of the old Van...
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Van

A van was originally a large covered wagon or a carriage attached to a railway train, and used for conveying luggage. In modern times the term refers to a relatively small, motor vehicle, larger than an ordinary automobile but smaller than a truck or lorry, used for transporting light goods. The word van is an abbreviation for caravan.
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Van

Type: Term Definitions: 1. For some names with this prefix not found below, see the principal part of the name.
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van

wagon for hauling goods or people which was covered.
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Van

Horse truck with large box holding several horses
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VAN

Value Added Network is an entity that has a VAN license as issued by ICASA, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa.
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Van

[Dutch] van is a preposition in the Dutch and Afrikaans languages, meaning `of` or `from`. It is also a common prefix in Dutch language surnames (being known as a tussenvoegsel), as in Vincent van Gogh or Marco van Basten. It can appear by itself or in combination with another prefix, such as van de, van der and van den (current and archaic...
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Van

The original van was a large covered wagon or the front of an army. Time has changed the definition to what it is now to only be a box vehicle. See Word usage and etymology. A modern van is a kind of vehicle used for transporting goods or people. In English usage, it can be either specially designed cargo vehicle or based on a saloon or sedan, the...
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