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vic

(vɪk)
1. n. a victim. (see also vivor.) We’re all vics, but we all keep going.
2. n. a convict. We try to give the vics a chance at employment where they won’t be treated badly.
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Vic says he's "the last man standing" and remembers his time at Newcastle as "the best".
They asked for Vic, and Julia pointed to the pale-faced man cowering in the corner.
Vic said: "I've played a character a bit like him before.
VIC created a "venture development ecosystem" that includes the VIC Investor Network, the VIC Growth Fund and the VIC Venture Fund, currently in development, each of which supports portfolio firms through different stages of development (see graph).
Imperial Vic has had two career outings on good ground, and is unbeaten on the surface - including when winning a Perth novice chase by 10 lengths last May - so has the conditions to exploit a 3lb drop in the weights since his latest run.
But Vic and Bob did let us in on some other surreal secrets - like being offered a fortune to pose naked, getting a finger stuck up a skunk's bum and their dreams of owning a shop
Vic Venturi is by Old Vic, sire of Grand National heroes Comply Or Die and Don't Push It, who both run today.
It's clear to you that Vic is suffering from some type of mental impairment, be it substance abuse, depression, dementia, or some other mental disorder.
Young Vic moved to London to pursue a career in the civil service.
Vic said: "The charity means a lot to me, and selling all my plants is a great way to raise money for a worthy cause.
Vic's visit coincided with the first ever national week dedicated to apprentices, and Vic was brought back to his roots to visit employers across the region who are benefiting from the apprenticeship programme and to see first hand the wide range of skills on offer.
Vic was always a great source for me when I wrote about the earlier years and local star local golfers of the 1930s, `40s and 50s, champions like Svend Berg, Fran Abood and Frank Horgan.
Bob Bonnot, a senior vice president at the Hallmark Channel and member of the VIC board.
Former prisoners of war and Purple Heart recipients who are currently enrolled with VA and have a current VIC photograph on file will automatically be sent an updated VIC.
Former Marine and police officer Vic Hunt, who became coroner's officer for Dudley in 1974 and has been based in West Bromwich for the past 12 years, has stepped down early to emigrate and start a new life in Spain.