Definitions for "Vin "
ehicle dentification umber. The number engraved into a metal plate and attached permanently to a car by the manufacturer. VINs are unique and contain coded information that can include the year, make, color and place of assembly of a car. These numbers are permanent and can be used to trace the ownership and accident history of the car.
a number assigned by the manufacturer and unique to every vehicle. It can be found on the dashboard identification plate, on the doorpost, and on the engine firewall. Since 1981, the VIN has been 17 characters long.
This is a 17-character number that is unique to each vehicle and identifies characteristics of the vehicle such as year, make, and model and engine specifics. The VIN is usually located on the driver's side of the dashboard.
Vulvar Intraepithelial Neoplasia. (see Dysplasia).
Vulval intraepithelial neoplasia (See intraepithelial neoplasia)
VIN stands for vulval intraepithelial neoplasia, which is a skin condition of the vulva. Some types of VIN may become cancerous if left untreated. See cancer of the vulva section.
Keywords:  french, ordinaire, 'vann, chilean, pron
Vin is a personal wine cellar management application. It allows you to add/edit wines, rank them, and post comments regarding a wine's characteristics. It also supports users, including guest users with limited privileges. The demo can be accessed by using "guest/guest" for the username/password. It works with both PHP 4 and 5 and MySQL 4 and
wine—Costa Rica is not great grape country, and at least some of the few local vintages are fermented from imported grape juice or other fruits. Your best bets for a quality vintage at a reasonable price are Chilean and Argentine imports. French, German and Californian wines are available at a price.
The French term for wine.
Vintage One Sheet. We use this category for some pre 1970s one sheets which are obviously used. Condition may vary. We recommend calling or writing for details on thes items.
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