VAS

Vehicle Activated Signs. These are electronic message boards that are triggered by vehicles travelling over a set speed. They usually display a warning for the drivers to slow down

VAS

Value Added Services. Services which add value to the basic voice and data services delivered by a network. Examples include voicemail, call diversion, SMS, WAP and many more. The growth of value added services has changed, and continues to change, the way both fixed and mobile networks do business - not least by adding to revenue (see ARPU and AMPU). Standardising interfaces into VAS is increasingly essential (see OSA and Parlay), if each new VAS requires new interfaces as it arises then the overheads on implementation and operation can become intolerable (see ARPU and AMPU). ...

vas

(vas) pl. va´sa Latin word meaning vessel; a term used in anatomy. adj., va´sal, adj. .
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Vas

• (n.) A vessel; a duct.
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Vas

[moth] Vas is a genus of moths of the Micronoctuidae family. ...
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Vas

Vas noun ; plural Vasa . [ Latin , a vessel. See Vase .] (Anat.) A vessel; a duct. - - Vas deferens ; plural Vasa deferentia . [ Latin vas vessel + deferens carrying down.] (Anat.) The excretory duct of a testicle...
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VAS

A tool used to help a person rate the intensity of certain sensations and feelings, such as pain. The visual analog scale for pain is a straight line with one end meaning no pain and the other end meaning the worst pain imaginable. A patient marks a point on the line that matches the amount of pain he or she feels. It may be used to help choose the...
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VAS

acronym: VISSR atmospheric sounder (GOES)
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vas

hollow organ or tube that conveys liquid within the body
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vas

Latin = vessel (plural = vasa).
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Vas

megye (county), western Hungary. It borders the counties of Györ-Moson-Sopron to the north, Veszprém to the east, and Zala to the south, along with ...
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VAS

The volume of air that offers the same degree of restoring force on the loudspeaker driver's cone as that of the cone's suspension.
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vas

Type: Term Pronunciation: vas, vā′sis, vā′să, vā-sō′rŭm Definitions: 1. A duct or canal conveying any liquid, such as blood, lymph, chyle, or semen.
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vas

vas (s), vasa (pl) Vessel.
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Vas

Volume Acoustic Suspension. A volume of air in an enclosure that has the same resistance characteris
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VAS

Voluntary Aid Service
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