CBV

CBV is a three letter acronym which may stand for:

  • Class-based views
  • Call by value evaluation
  • Callback verification for e-mail
  • Cannabivarin
  • Carrie Borzillo-Vrenna, author of Cherry Bomb
  • CBV, a chemotherapy regimen (the letters each denoting a different drug)
  • CBV-FM, a radio station in Quebec City, Quebec affiliated with Première Chaîne
  • Cerebral blood volume, which can be measured by FMRI and is closely linked to cerebral blood flow
  • Chartered Business Valuator, a member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators.
  • Chillon–Byron–Villeneuve tramway, a former tramway in the Swiss canton of Vaud
  • Chứng khoán Biển Việt or Bien Viet Securities, an investment bank of Vietnam, is the world's largest provider of Vietnam's financial market indexes and economic indicators, such as CBV Index or CBV Total or CBV-Total-Index
  • Confederação Brasileira de Voleibol, national governing body for volleyball in Brazil
  • Coxsackie B virus
  • CBV, a file extension used for ChessBase Archive files

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CBV Vietnam Finance Indices - Four Indices - CBV Equity Indices
... CBV equity indices is used a branchmark to evaluate the market value of all Vietnam stock markets, Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City Securities Trading Centers ... CBV equity indices includes nine indices to track stock in emerging Vietnamese stock market such as CBV Index, CBV LargeCap, CBV MidCap, CBV SmallCap, CBV Sector, CBV value, CBV Growth, CBV ...
CBV Vietnam Finance Indices - Four Indices - CBV Alternative Indices
... CBV alternative indicesincludes eight indices to track in emerging Vietnamese securities market, such as CBV Vietnam real estate composite index, CBV Hanoi real estate index, CBV HCMcity ...
CBV (chemotherapy)
... For other uses of the abbreviation CBV, please see the disambiguation page located here.) CBV refers to Cytoxan (cyclophosphamide), BCNU (carmustine), and VP-16 (et ... CBV is usually given in high doses to patients who have relapsed or who have refractory disease and cannot benefit from standard chemotherapy ... virtually guaranteed not to survive a course of CBV, the receiving patient must receive a transplant (allogeneic or autologous, depending on his or her condition) of stem cells (formerly referred ...