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VVS is a three letter acronym which may refer to:

  1. VVS, Very Very Slightly Included, a way of describing the clarity of a diamond.
  2. Vulval (or Vulvar) Vestibulitis Syndrome, an obsolete name for Vestibulodynia (cf. Vulvodynia).
  3. "VVS" Laxman - Vangipurappu Venkata Sai Laxman, an Indian cricketer.
  4. Transliterated from Russian: "ВВС" is the Russian-language acronym for Военно-воздушные силы (Voenno-Vozdushnye Sily) - "military-air forces". It may refer to either:

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VV Cephei - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (279 words)
VV Cephei is an eclipsing binary star system located in the constellation Cepheus.
VV Cephei A, the supergiant, is one of the largest stars known.
VV Cephei B, the blue main sequence star, is separated from the larger star by a distance of 16 - 25 AU; it is a B0 star about 10 times the Sun's diameter and about 100,000 times its luminosity.
SCIFI.COM Chat Transcript: Singularity with Venor Vinge and Ray Kurzweil , June 11 2002 (3782 words)
vv: Yes, there could well be a place for the normal humans -- certainly as a safety reservoir in case of tech disasters.
vv: an explanation for fermi's paradox (which is is surely a part of).
vv: o There are big disasters that can happen and we have been living in anthropic principle bliss of the dangers.
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