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vol

(acoustics)

Vol’

 

a river in the Komi ASSR, a right tributary of the Vychegda River. Length, 174 km; basin area, 1,810 sq km. The VoF originates in swamps on the southern tip of the Timanskii Ridge. It is fed by mixed sources, primarily by snow.

VOL

On drawings, abbr. for “volume.”

Vol

An internal DOS/Windows command that displays the name of the current drive (volume). Type:
vol
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Air Alg[euro]u[c]rie annule quatre vols en raison des intemp[euro]u[c]ries
Outre ces annulations, Air Alg[euro]u[c]rie avait [euro]u[c]galement annonc[euro]u[c], auparavant, quatre autres annulations de vols [euro]u destination de Paris pr[euro]u[c]vus pour jeudi, en raison de la gr[euro]uA ve des contr[euro]uA[sup.3]leurs a[euro]u[c]riens en France, tout en soulignant que les autres vols sur la France pourraient conna[euro]uAtre des perturbations mais pas d'annulation.
A retrospective case series of 13 patients," Injury, vol. 47, no.
Eight Vols collected RBIs with Brown, Frontino, Trinkle, and Sam Zarling all recording two RBIs each.