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ATV

all-terrain vehicle: a vehicle with treads or wheels designed to travel on rough uneven ground

ATV

(1) See Apple TV.

(2) (Advanced TV) An early name for the digital TV standard proposed by the Advisory Committee on Advanced Television Service (ACATS). See ACATS. See also ATV Forum.

(2) (Analog TV) The NTSC, PAL and SECAM analog TV standards. Contrast with DTV.
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In Russia, the all-terrain vehicle has not been sold since 2016.
A spokesperson from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said:"Operations Control mobilised one all-terrain vehicle to Cockleroy Hill, Beecraigs Country Park, near Linlithgow, where firefighters provided assistance to a casualty who had fallen in a remote area.
Robert Steele, RNLI Lifeguard Supervisor, said: "An all-terrain vehicle which is used daily by the RNLI lifeguards was stolen as a result of the break-in.
BEIRUT: An 18-year-old man died and another was injured in an all-terrain vehicle crash Wednesday in the Jbeil village of Obeidat, the National News Agency reported.
Tiffany assembled a team, dubbed Team Spirit of Las Vegas, and rounded up sponsors, including Honda, which provided a Rincon all-terrain vehicle.
There are a number of other substantial all-terrain vehicle programmes planned in Europe and elsewhere and we anticipate significant growth in this area of our business.
No one can enter and leave the wilderness without a trace, whether on foot, bike, horse, all-terrain vehicle (ATV), skis, snowmobile, or snowshoes.
The joint industry-government study on All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) injuries was released in February.
Little Sahara Recreation Area, ~4 km from the study site, recorded 180,000 visitors during 1999, mostly all-terrain vehicle users (Bureau of Land Management statistics).
Suzuki does not have an all-terrain vehicle production base in the United States, though Honda Motor Co.

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