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vie for

v.
To contend with another or others to attain some goal, such as a victory in a contest: The top three students in the class vied for the title of valedictorian.
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ASU 2009-17, in contrast with the previous guidance, requires an ongoing assessment of a VIE for consolidation purposes.
Available immediately, VIE's new software, VIE for Windows, provides instant access to VIE data by offering simplified login, one-click report printing and batch processing capability, all in an easy-to-use graphical interface.
Prior to releasing VIE for Windows, users had to have their own dial-up software to enable them to access our information.
Any financial institution using teller, branch, merchant, high-speed or lockbox capture systems to feed items to VIE for exchange can begin complete electronic item processing.
Any financial institution using teller, branch, merchant or high-speed capture systems to feed items to VIE for exchange is able to take full advantage of Check 21 and begin complete electronic item processing.
As a result, Gillespie is preparing Aqua Vie for an international product launch in the midst of what appears to be pent-up demand for a product line that was perhaps a bit ahead of its time four years ago.
19, 1998--Aqua Vie Beverage Corporation (OTC:AVBCD) announced today that it has entered into a definitive production agreement with Lyons Magnus whereby Lyons Magnus has agreed to provide bottling production to Aqua Vie for an initial three years.