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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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