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Van-courier
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Van-courier: (Anc. Hist.) One of a Teutonic race, formerly dwelling on the south shore of the Baltic, the most barbarous and fierce of the northern nations that plundered
Vanadate
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Vanadate: A salt of vanadic acid. [Formerly also vanadiate.]
Vanadic
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Vanadic: Pertaining to, or obtained from, vanadium containing vanadium specifically distinguished those compounds in which vanadium has a relatively higher valence as con
Vanadinite
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Vanadinite: Pertaining to, or containing, vanadium specifically, designating those compounds in which vanadium has a lower valence as contrasted with the vanadic compound
Vanadite
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Vanadite: A salt of vanadious acid, analogous to a nitrite or a phosphite.
Vanadium
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A yellow pigment consisting of a compound of vanadium. Vanadium: (V) toxic silvery white metallic element used in strengthening steel (Chemistry)
Vanadous
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Vanadous: Of or pertaining to vanadium obtained from vanadium said of an acid containing one equivalent of vanadium and two of oxygen.
Vanadyl
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Vanadyl: The hypothetical radical VO, regarded as a characterized residue of certain vanadium compounds.
Vancouver
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Vancouver: Port city in British Columbia located across Vancouver Island (Canada) Vancouver Island, island off the southwestern coast of British Columbia which does not
Vancouver Canucks
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Vancouver Canucks: Professional National Hockey League hockey team from Vancouver (Canada)
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