Viz

• (adv.) To wit; that is; namely.
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Viz

(prep) Viz is the proposition used to details a certain class. This is used to explain the general nature of a particular term without exclusively diminishing or limiting its scope. When a list is given they are definitely included in its meaning as well as similar non reported items may also exist.
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Viz

[comic] Viz is a popular British comic magazine founded in 1979 by Chris Donald. It parodies British comics of the post-war period, notably The Beano and The Dandy, but with vulgar language, toilet humour, black comedy, surreal humour and generally sexual or violent storylines. It also sends up tabloid newspapers, with mockeries of articles...
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Viz

Viz adverb [ Contr. from videlicet .] To wit; that is; namely.
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viz

Abbreviation for videlicet (Latin `that is to say`, `namely`)
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Viz

Adult comic, founded by Chris Donald (1960) in 1979. It satirizes British press, politics, media, and stereotypes. Often described as Britain's rudest comic, it includes such controversial...
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viz

n. A personalized graphic broadcast that expresses what a person sees when they use their imagination.
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viz

prep. to wit, or namely. Example: "There were several problems, viz: leaky roof, dangerous electrical system and broken windows."
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VIZ

Visual Inspection Zone, details ...
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