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Expansion of the Roman Empire was both facilitated by and an impetus to the development of an efficient system of roads. The roads were important militarily, as they bound together the steadily growing Roman Empire. Roads were very important to the Roman Empire as trade routes and fast routes for army movement. Due to the extensive road system comm…...

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Virtual Interface Architecture [Intel]

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Latin, meaning: road, way, street.
Found on http://archives.nd.edu/vvv.htm

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abbreviation: by way of
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A hole drilled through the board that is then plated, to provide selected connections between traces and/or Groundplane on different layers (or on Double Sided board, just the two sides). Some low cost or ad-hoc manufacturing processes do not provide the plated-through hole (which is difficult to manage without use of horrid chemicals and complex p...
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Road.
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Vaccine Information & Awareness
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Vi'a noun [ Latin See Way .] A road way. Via Lactea [ Latin ] (Anat.) , the Milky Way, or Galaxy. See Galaxy , 1. -- Via media [ Latin ] (Theol.) , the middle way; -- a name applied to their own position by the Anglican high-churchmen, ...
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Vi'a preposition [ Latin , ablative of via way. See Way .] By the way of; as, to send a letter via Queenstown to London.
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Any passage in the body, as the intestine, the vagina, etc. ... Origin: L. Way, road ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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• (n.) A road way. • (prep.) By the way of; as, to send a letter via Queenstown to London.
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via via (s); viae (pl): Used to describe routes or Roman roads.
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[moth] Via is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family. ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: vī′ă, vī′ē; vē′ă Definitions: 1. Any passage in the body, as the intestine, the vagina, etc.
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[Volunteers in Asia] Tracing its roots to 1963, VIA (formerly Volunteers In Asia and Trans-Pacific Exchange) is an independent, non-sectarian, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to increasing understanding between the U.S. and Asia. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, VIA provides two kinds of programs. VIA`s Asia Programs offer A...
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[electronics] A via (Latin for path or way) is an electrical connection between layers in a physical electronic circuit that goes through the plane of one or more adjacent layers. == In IC == In integrated circuit design, a via is a small opening in an insulating oxide layer that allows a conductive connection between different layers. A vi...
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away, out, off; as in via sordina or sordina via
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by way of; by means of
Found on http://phrontistery.info/v.html
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