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VIP

(1) (Virtual IP) See Virtual IP address.

(2) (ViP) See Lotus Notes Visual Programmer.
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It would have been excellent if similar type of treatment would have been witnessed by all the 200 million Pakistanis in their country and all would have been treated as VIPs on the basis of their equality before the State.
Abdulla AlAbdulla, chief operating officer of Central Hotels, said: "We are delighted to launch the VIP Loyalty Programme that is designed to elevate the status, comfort and savings of our guests.
Videos circulating on social media showed the public in Colombo expressing their anger after being forced to stop for VIP movements by honking their vehicle horns.
I suppose our VIPs have more important things to bother with.
Anand will lead enterprise business for WordPress.com VIP in India and the Asia Pacific by engaging with clients, partners, thought leaders and within the strong WordPress ecosystem.
The Anthem VIP Card also gives you more power with every purchase as you can gain an additional 10% off during the season sale on select items.
The petition has been filed with the Lahore High Court during the government PTI which claims to be against the VIP culture and supports simplicity and austerity drive.
The petitioner requested the court to issue an order for an end of the VIP protocol in Pakistan.
LAHORE: A Lahore High Court (LHC) bench on Monday heard a petition seeking a court order to cancel protocol provided to VIPs in the country.
on January 28, 2006, its personnel are ensuring equal implementation of law and they fined 989 VIPs on traffic rules violation during the previous year, SSP (Traffic) Farrukh Rasheed said.
'Indeed, we know there are weaknesses and leakages at the VIP lanes and we have taken action, but we need cooperation from other agencies, and the ministry, together with Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd (MAHB), has discussed with the Immigration Department and the Customs Department to further tighten existing regulations by placing officers at VIP lanes.
It had been observed that influential people were given VIP protocol at airports so that they could avoid standing in long queues and get cleared their luggage without any hustle, he said.