I wonder if the same applied at The Great Stone Inn, situated at the top ofthe hill, where some of the locals would undoubtedly have helped push horse drawn vehicles up Church Hill when the snow was deep or the frost was hard.
What does HDV stand for?
HDV stands for Horse Drawn Vehicle (UK)
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We have 36 other meanings of HDV in our Acronym Attic
- Half Duplex Transmission
- High Definition User Experience
- Heavy-Duty Vehicle
- Heeresdienstvorschrift (German Army)
- Hepatitis Delta Virus
- High Definition Video
- High Density Voice (Cisco)
- High Dollar Value
- Hochdruck-Direktverdampfung (German)
- Hope Development Volunteers (est. 2009)
- Hotel des Ventes (French: Auction House)
- Heavy Duty Vehicle Application
- High Definition Volumetric Display
- High-definition Digital Video Disk
- Hotel Des Ventes Des Chartrons (French: Chartrons Hotel Auctions)
- High Definition Video Graphics
- High Density Vertical Growth
- High Density Vertical Growing System
- High Definition Vector Imaging
- Heavy-Duty Vehicle Inspection Program (California Environmental Protection Agency)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Norman Frost, a wheelwright from Abergele brought along a selection of vintage horse drawn vehicles along with his funeral hearse, which he has recently restored.
The Halfpenny Bridge, which used to span Valley Gardens was constructed partially to alleviate the need for horse drawn vehicles to struggle up the steep bank.
As all horse owners know, saddles, tack, and horse drawn vehicles are a major expense and are extremely vulnerable to theft and damage.
Rolfe ruled that enforcement of a state law requiring any horse drawn vehicle to use a state-specific reflector sign constituted a burden on Menno Byler's free exercise of religion.
There was a large finished products storage area and a long bench where orders were put together and packed prior to collection by "the carrier", as the railway horse drawn vehicle was known.
He said: "These paths may have been open centuries ago for horse drawn vehicles but they are not suitable for mechanically propelled vehicles which will despoil the countryside.