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vroom

and varoom (vrum and vɑˈrum)
1. interj. the noise of a loud engine. (Onomatopoetic.) Vroom, vroom went the engine as Vic gunned it over and over.
2. in. to move rapidly from place to place; to travel at high speed, making the noise of a loud engine. The little boy varoomed down the sidewalk on his tricycle.
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Until this week, the mobile Vroom Daily App has only been available in the United States, where it went through several enhancements leading up to its international release.
What Vroom suggested is that the Expectancy (E), Instrumentality (I) and Valance (V) can all take different values: from -1, through 0, to +1.
The F-values reported in Table 2 indicate that situational factors, as manipulated in the Vroom and Yetton (1973) problem cases, did not have a significant main effect on any of the decision effectiveness variables used in this study, p > 0.
With Arthur Jago, Vroom further developed this model in a 1988 book, The New Leadership: Managing Participation in Organizations.
Over the course of the last few months working with VROOM, Hall has begun to identify a number of benefits which he believes virtual reality can deliver.
Christian respondents should find the invitation provocative, for, though Vroom is a committed Christian, he concedes that "Christianity is not better than other religions" (p.
Katz, Macoby, and Morse (1950) and Vroom (1960) showed a positive relationship between the amount of influence workers were afforded in decisions that affected their individual and group performance.
gov today announced that their joint "Save Time, Renew Online" social media campaign utilizing the fictitious character Guy VROOM has been named the Best Use of Social Media by the annual PACE Awards sponsored by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA).
Vroom - and the Daily Vroom activities - turns everyday shared moments into brain-building moments.
Q-Park files Annual Report 2012 and appoints Rob Vroom as interim CFO per 1 July 2013
Summary: ABU DHABI -- There was no vroom vroom when the Superbus, a combination of aerospace and Formula 1 technology, finally hit the roads in the Captial on Monday.
Maybe it is a joke by the Almighty that no matter how many airs you put on, when you hear "vroom, vroom," you immediately think "big truck," but it is a bond we share.
Vroom, on the Orion Business Park in North Shields, hoping to raise awareness of how large cars are harming the planet.
In January the Newcastle company opened a new car supermarket at VROOM, the car retail park at Silverlink, North Tyneside.
With a funky car design and groovy embroidered words such as vroom vroom and beep beep - it will certainly be a talking point in any little boy's room.