McPherson has discovered how wonderfully effective the voice of music is; it's a lot more powerful than marching in the streets.
What does V-M stand for?
V-M stands for Voice of Music (1950s audio equipment)
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We have 28 other meanings of V-M in our Acronym Attic
- Velocity to Height Ratio
- Very Heavily Oil-Cut Mud (oilfield)
- Virtual Integrated MOUT Training System (US Army)
- V-Shaped Impedance Stabilization Network
- Variable-Joining Region (biology)
- Victory over Japan (also seen as VJ)
- Utility 2-Engine Plane (US Navy)
- Utility Transport Plane (US Navy)
- Velocity at the Lactate Threshold
- Verapamil-Magnesium Oxide (chemical abuse research)
- Voltage-Mechanical Response (otolaryngology)
- Vehicle-Mounted Active Denial System
- Voice Mail
- Volpe-Manhold Index
- Viterbi-Type Maximum-Likelihood Sequence Estimator
- velocity at the maximal lactate steady state
- Vitrification using Microwaves and Thermal and Energy
- Video-Optical Network Terminal
- vagotomy and pyloroplasty
- Ventilation-Perfusion Scan (physiology)
Samples in periodicals archive:
THE American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) will present Kenny Chesney with the ASCAP Voice of Music Award during the 43rd Annual ASCAP Country Music Awards gala.