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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.
It says it hasn't yet worked out how the Copernicus technology will fit in with its own, but says it acquired Vie for the technology, expertise and market position.
We now introduce a VIE for Japan, where Japan increases its imports from OA to OM.
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.