Among those to pay tribute yesterday was Vale of Glamorgan AM Jane Hutt, who said: "Lucy was an extraordinary person of vision, of commitment and of courage who I was privileged to know and work with.
What does POV stand for?
POV stands for Person Of Vision
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 58 other meanings of POV in our Acronym Attic
- Pajotse Oldtimer Vrienden (Dutch; vintage automobile club; Belgium)
- Paper Overlay Veneer
- Parliament of Victoria (Australia)
- Pass Out Victim
- Patient Office Visit
- Peak Operating Voltage
- Pensioner on Viagra
- People of Value
- Percentage of Volume (finance)
- Persistance of Vision (ray tracing program)
Samples in periodicals archive:
MacIntyre, 24, a classically trained pianist and award-winning singer, will perform at Blind & Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh's (BVRS) annual Person of Vision dinner that will honor Diane P.
We need a person of vision and determination to fight the West Midlands' corner.
``So you have to know how to get things done if you're going to be a person of vision, too.
A real leader is a person of vision who "comes back from the future" to lead us forward, says Carl Neu, Jr.
Indeed, Jim McTaggert, chairman of Connecticut-based Marakon Associates, an exclusive little strategic consulting firm whose influence is far out of proportion to its size, says the typical CFO is anything but a person of vision.
Richard Drew embodied the essential spirit of the inventor, a person of vision and unrelenting persistence who refused to give in to adversity," said Dr.
Cllr Bradley said: "I want a person of vision who can look beyond 2008 towards 2009, 2012 and even further than that.