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VX (videocassette Format)
VX or vx may refer to: Science and technology[edit]VX (nerve agent), a neurotoxic chemical warfare agent VX (videocassette format), an early consumer videocassette format produced by Panasonic Yaesu VX series, compact amateur radio handheld transceiversTransportation[edit]vx, an airplane's best angle of climb airspeed; see V speeds Holden Commodore (VX), a model of GM Holden's Commodore car ACES Colombia
ACES Colombia
(IATA code VX), a defunct airline
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VX (nerve Agent)
VX is an extremely toxic synthetic chemical compound in the organophosphorus class, specifically, a thiophosphonate. In the class of nerve agents, it was developed for military use in chemical warfare after translation of earlier discoveries of organophosphate toxicity in pesticide research. In its pure form, VX is an oily, relatively non-volatile liquid with an amber-like color.[4] Because of its low volatility, VX persists in environments where it is dispersed.[5] VX, short for "venomous agent X",[6] is the best known of Tammelin's esters, named for the member of the Swedish National Defence Research Institute who first studied them. Now one of a broader V-series of agents, they are classified as nerve agents and have been used as a chemical weapon in various recorded deadly attacks. VX fatalities occur with exposure to tens of milligram quantities via inhalation or absorption through skin; VX is thus more potent than sarin, another nerve agent with a similar mechanism of action
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Yaesu VX Series
The Yaesu VX series
Yaesu VX series
is a line of two sequences of compact amateur radio handheld transceivers produced by Yaesu. There is a line of ultra-compact lower-power dual-band (2 m and 70 cm) transceivers that started with the VX-1R and was later updated with the VX-2R
VX-2R
and VX-3R
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V Speeds
In aviation, V-speeds are standard terms used to define airspeeds important or useful to the operation of all aircraft.[1] These speeds are derived from data obtained by aircraft designers and manufacturers during flight testing and verified in most countries by government flight inspectors during aircraft type-certification testing. Using them is considered a best practice to maximize aviation safety, aircraft performance or both.[2] The actual speeds represented by these designators are specific to a particular model of aircraft. They are expressed by the aircraft's indicated airspeed (and not by, for example, the ground speed), so that pilots may use them directly, without having to apply correction factors, as aircraft instruments also show indicated airspeed. In general aviation aircraft, the most commonly used and most safety-critical airspeeds are displayed as color-coded arcs and lines located on the face of an aircraft's airspeed indicator
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Holden Commodore (VX)
The Holden Commodore
Holden Commodore
(VX) is an executive car that was produced by the Australian manufacturer Holden
Holden
from 2000 to 2002. It was the second iteration of the third generation of this Australian made model. Its range included the luxury variants, Holden
Holden
Berlina (VX) and Holden Calais (VX), and it formed the basis for a new generation Holden
Holden
Ute (VU) coupé utility and Holden
Holden
Monaro (V2) coupé. The VX series was produced between October 2000 and September 2002, as a minor restyling update to the VT series from 1997. It introduced greater model differentiation along with gains in crash safety
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ACES Colombia
ACES (Spanish acronym: Aerolíneas Centrales de Colombia) was an airline with its headquarters in the Edificio del Cafe in Medellín, Colombia
Colombia
[1] and founded on August 30, 1971, by a group of 13 Colombian entrepreneurs, amongst them, most notably Orlando Botero Escobar and German Peñaloza Arias from Manizales
Manizales
and Luis H. Coulson, Jorge Coulson R., Alberto Jaramillo and Hernán Zuluaga from Medellín. Mr. Botero and Mr. Peñaloza, considered pioneers in the early days of Colombian commercial aviation, had tried several times to establish a commuter service between Manizales
Manizales
and Bogotá. They managed to operate a small commuter airline by the name TARCA (acronym of Taxi Aéreo de Caldas), which was forced to shut down due to financial difficulties. With the support and capital of the new partners from Medellín, they embarked on the successful enterprise that would be ACES
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Virgin America
Virgin America
Virgin America
is an American airline brand operated by Alaska Airlines. It was founded in 2004 and began operations in 2007 as an independent airline using branding licensed from the United Kingdom Virgin Group, which also controls the brand of the Virgin Atlantic
Virgin Atlantic
and Virgin Australia
Virgin Australia
airlines. It was headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Burlingame, and operated domestic flights to major U.S. cities, primarily from hubs at San Francisco and Los Angeles as well as a smaller focus city operation at Love Field in Dallas. The Alaska Air Group
Alaska Air Group
acquired Virgin America
Virgin America
in 2016, at a cost of approximately $4 billion
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Para-Ski VX
The Para-Ski
Para-Ski
VX is a Canadian powered parachute that was designed and produced by Para-Ski
Para-Ski
of Mascouche, Quebec. The aircraft was supplied as a completed aircraft or as component kits for amateur construction.[1] Design and development[edit] The aircraft was developed from the two-seat XS and, like that model, was designed to be an all-terrain vehicle, capable of operating cross-country on wheels, skis, floats and flying under a canopy. As such it incorporates some design features that are unusual on powered parachutes. It features a custom made Para-Ski
Para-Ski
parachute-style high-wing, single-seat accommodation, quadracycle landing gear and a single 64 hp (48 kW) Rotax 582
Rotax 582
engine in pusher configuration. To allow land and water operations the propeller has a rudder behind it, in the manner of an airboat, for steering via a set of handlebars
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Dodge Viper
The Dodge
Dodge
Viper is a sports car manufactured by Dodge
Dodge
(SRT for 2013 and 2014), a division of FCA US
FCA US
LLC from 1992 through 2017 having taken a brief hiatus from 2010-2013. Production of the two-seat sports car began at New Mack Assembly in 1988 and moved to Conner Avenue Assembly in October 1995. Although Chrysler
Chrysler
considered ending production because of serious financial problems,[1][2] on September 14, 2010, chief executive Sergio Marchionne
Sergio Marchionne
announced and showed a new model of the Viper for 2012.[3] In 2014, the Viper was named number 10 on the "Most American Cars" list, meaning 75% or more of its parts are manufactured in the U.S.[4] The Viper was initially conceived in late 1988 at Chrysler's Advanced Design Studios
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VX (sport)
VX, originally Rock-It-Ball, is a ball sport from the UK. It evolved in North Yorkshire
North Yorkshire
(Great Britain) and was launched in February 2006 at the Youth Sport Trust's Sports Colleges Conference. The sport was continually developed by the International Federation and in 2012 the Federation approved a move by the worldwide membership to rename the sport VX[1] to cater for its international development. VX has continued to be popular in schools in the UK [2] and is now being adopted by universities,[3] colleges, youth organisations,[4][5][6] Street Games and the military.[7] It is also attracting interest from the Prison Service and Primary Care Trusts. It now has a foothold in 25 countries of which 15 have National Governing Bodies(NGBs). VX is a totally gender-neutral sport.[8] Males and females play on a totally equal footing in all disciplines and at all levels. It is also accessible to players of all abilities
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RPG Maker VX
RPGツクールVX RPG 製作大師 VXDeveloper(s) EnterbrainPublisher(s) Enterbrain Inc. Degica Co., Ltd. Japan: Enterbrain (VX, VX demo) Kadokawa Games
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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VX (videocassette Format)
VX or vx may refer to: Science and technology[edit]VX (nerve agent), a neurotoxic chemical warfare agent VX (videocassette format), an early consumer videocassette format produced by Panasonic Yaesu VX series, compact amateur radio handheld transceiversTransportation[edit]vx, an airplane's best angle of climb airspeed; see V speeds Holden Commodore (VX), a model of GM Holden's Commodore car ACES Colombia
ACES Colombia
(IATA code VX), a defunct airline
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VX
VX or vx may refer to: Science and technology[edit]VX (nerve agent), a neurotoxic chemical warfare agent VX (videocassette format), an early consumer videocassette format produced by Panasonic Yaesu VX series, compact amateur radio handheld transceiversTransportation[edit]vx, an airplane's best angle of climb airspeed; see V speeds Holden Commodore (VX), a model of GM Holden's Commodore car ACES Colombia
ACES Colombia
(IATA code VX), a defunct airline
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