Since then, a legion of hunters turned voluntary restraint into a religion.
What does VR stand for?
VR stands for Voluntary Restraint
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of VR
We have 33 other meanings of VR in our Acronym Attic
- Voice Response
- Volksbanken Raffeisenbanken
- Voltage Rectifier
- Voltage Reference
- Voltage Regulating Transformer
- Voltage Regulator
- Voltage Relay
- Volume Reduction
- Voluntary Redundancy
- Volunteer Reserve (RAF)
- Vooray (apparel)
- Voter Registration
- Voyage Repair
- Vulnerability Reduction
- Vulnerability Report
- Vocational Rehabilitation & Education
- Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment
- Fleet Tactical Support Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1960 to 1976)
- Virtual Reality - Haptics Symposium
Samples in periodicals archive:
Bound by voluntary restraints on her demonic powers, Rachel finds herself hampered by the techniques of the mortal-and called upon to let loose her underlying abilities in this tense thriller highly recommended for fantasy and mystery holdings alike.
In the short term, it may well mean exercising voluntary restraint on exports that hurt small and medium-sized Pakistani manufacturers.
Quotas, such as the voluntary export restraints that were put in place in April 1981, can influence the magnitude of these effects: under binding restraints, where the level of imports reaches the level of the voluntary restraints, cost shocks (such as exchange rate fluctuations) do not affect prices.
Since 1997 there has been a pioneering co-operative and managed approach to reduce the impact of the activity, including a green road code of conduct and route specific voluntary restraint.
The IFSG is in favour of reducing the exploitation of fish stocks with a voluntary restraint on salmon and sewin catches and an increase in the practice of voluntary catch and release.