In the Las Vegas Wash, where both the saber-toothed cat and dire wolf remains are found, scientists have also found fossilized bits of mammoths, birds, camels, bison, and other creatures.
What does LVW stand for?
LVW stands for Las Vegas Wash (Nevada)
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We have 19 other meanings of LVW in our Acronym Attic
- Left Ventricular Volume Reduction (cardiology)
- Lamoille Valley Veterinary Services (Hyde Park, VT)
- Leidse Vereniging Voor Studenten (Dutch: Leiden Association for Students; Leiden, Netherlands)
- Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society
- Las Vegas Valley Seismic Response Project
- Landelijke Vereniging Van Vertrouwenspersonen (Dutch: National Association of Confidential; harassment confidantes; The Netherlands)
- Las Vegas Valley Water District
- Lund Variable Velocity Weapons System (rifle)
- Landelijke Vereniging Wijkverpleegkundigen (Dutch: Rural District Nurses Association)
- Landing Vehicle, Wheeled
- Las Vegas Wrestling (fantasy wrestling)
- Loaded Vehicle Weight (transportation)
- Local Veggie Web (content management and web hosting; vegetarian and vegan lifestyle)
- Longview (Amtrak station code; Longview, TX)
- Left Ventricular Weight/Body Weight Ratio (also seen as LV/BW)
- Lateral Ventricular Width and Cerebral Hemispheric Width
- Layered Virtual Machine/Object-Oriented Design
- Las Vegas Weddings Corporation (Las Vegas, NV)
- Lincolnshire Vikings Walking Club (UK)
- Literacy Volunteers of Washington County (Westerly, Rhode Island)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The discovery marks the first of its kind in the fossil-rich Upper Las Vegas Wash.
Despite massive excavations, chronicled by National Geographic, scientists were never able to prove any interactions, and the Upper Las Vegas Wash simply faded into the background.
Synthetic organic compounds and carp endocrinology and histology in Las Vegas wash and Las Vegas Callville Bays of Lake Mead, Nevada, 1992 and 1995.
It's treated and it's returned to the Las Vegas Wash, which feeds into Lake Mead.
Stalks of the plant submerged in the Las Vegas Wash, a stream near Las Vegas, picked up 300 micrograms of perchlorate per gram of tissue.
That desert lake is an unnatural freak - in fact, storm runoff from the nearby Las Vegas Wash is diverted through a 7-foot-diameter pipe that runs under this body of water.
1 million of cash collateral to continue day-to-day operations, including funding of payroll and critical repairs to the Las Vegas Wash bypass conduit.