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VES

An abbreviation for "vessel," as in a ship. The term is used in international trade.
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3%--two-layer [2], Thus, development of the software to interpret the results of the VES with number of layers at least four will cover 98% of soils in Ukraine in the placements of power objects.
And, as its members increasingly travel for work, the VES provides travel and relocation information via its website that includes everything from member testimonials about the working conditions in different parts of the world to insight into tax questions.
Philip Wood, the founder and president of Ticketsoft, will continue working with VES to ensure a seamless customer experience throughout the integration process.
Seating at VES San Diego is limited, and reservations are required.
The main purposes of quantitative interpretation of VES are to determine the thickness of the different formations having different resistivities.
Curve matching depicted four layer curves (QH, KH) at four VES stations, three layer curves (H, A, and K types) at four VES stations and five layer curves (QHK AKH) at two VES stations (Table 2).
From the result of the interpretation, VES stations that are most favorable for construction of the proposed pump-fitted Tube Wells, based on high thickness range (20m-25m) of the aquifer components are 2 and 6.
VES consultants focus on senior-level executive search, board director appointments, succession planning and in-depth human resources and leadership consultancy.
VES applies its extensive knowledge of industries, functions and talent to advise select clients ranging from major Internationals to emerging companies on their leadership and talent management, not only by attracting talents but more so by advising clients on retention and long term sustainability goals.
Cameron, 55, was also presented with the VES Lifetime Achievement Award during the ceremony.
The remaining engineers at VES, who staged a three-day strike at the end of August, claimed that they were contractually entitled to a 5.