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GVS

(Global VideoPhone Standard) The protocol behind AT&T's earlier videophones, appropriately branded as VideoPhones in the 1990s. GVS transmitted a maximum of 10 frames per second, a third the rate of regular TV at the time. The GVS technology was licensed to other manufacturers. See videophone.
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GVS develops and manufactures filtration products primarily serving the medical, automotive, safety, life science, appliance and industrial markets.
GVS was advised by Ice Miller, and IOP and Kuss were advised by Robert W.
The OLRs used in the present study were in the range of 2 to 4 gVS L-1day-1.
Because of the constrain of about 10% of TS concentration of the inlet feedstock that a pump can handle, the experiments in the present study were restricted to OLR of 4 gVS L-1day-1(Hobson et al., 1981; Igoni et al., 2008).
GVS's faculty includes retired, former, and full-time teachers.
GVS teachers must complete a ten-week online training course.
GVS: I have done it in parts of my films but I haven't done it throughout.
GVS: We believe in that fundamental truth which was once commonly understood but is now largely forgotten: that we were created by God and that our rights and responsibilities come from Him.