avant-garde: any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field (especially in the arts)
vanguard: the leading units moving at the head of an army
(Great Britain) a closed railroad car that carries baggage or freight
a camper equipped with living quarters
a truck with an enclosed cargo space
A van is a kind of vehicle used for transporting goods or groups of people. It is usually a box-shaped vehicle on four wheels, about the same width and length as a large automobile, but taller and usually higher off the ground, also referred to as a light commercial vehicle or LCV. ...
Van. is the fourth solo album and second original studio album from Japanese singer Tomiko Van. It was released in December 10, 2008 and contains the title tracks of all four of her solo singles, as well as two b-sides and five new tracks, for an overall total of eleven tracks.
Van was a Swedish musical group making dance covers of classical music. The group consisted of writers and producers Lönn and Wolfgang, and Thérèse Engdahl on vocals. On "Ice Got My Love", Engdahl gets help with the backing vocals from Ellinor Franzén.
The following are characters from the PlayStation game Chrono Cross.
Van is a preposition in the Dutch and Afrikaans languages, meaning "of" or "from". It is also a common prefix in Dutch surnames (being known as a tussenvoegsel), as in Vincent van Gogh or George Vancouver. ...
This is a list of the fictional characters, with biographical details, in the Japanese anime Gun Sword (full name Gun x Sword, the "x" is silent) the story of which takes place on the fictional "Planet of Endless Illusion".
A (covered) vehicle used for carrying goods or people, usually roughly cuboid in shape, longer and higher than a car but smaller than a truck; a railway carriage; shortened form of vanguard; shortened form of caravan
A male given name, diminutive of Vance or Ivan; Vancouver
(Vans) Many shipments are serviced by van trailers, especially loads comprised of loose cartons or unitized or palletized freight. (In order to determine an accurate cost estimated, it is important to know whether or not a palletized shipment can be stacked. ...
(The Vans) The Van of Life and the Van of Death, the two mobile food suppliers open in the Market Square every night from around 8pm until 3am, manna from the gods when feeling peckish after a night out. See also "Gardies" above.
(VANS) A California-based manufacturer of casual sneakers and skateboarding shoes, founded by Paul Van Doren.
Includes large vans. Generally, the distinction between large vans and minivans is made by the respondents' answers to "Type of Vehicle" question. Exceptions were: (1) Volkswagen vans were categorized as minivans, and (2) all other pre-1983 vans were categorized as vans.
An enclosed trailer and wheel unit used to haul cargo domesticly.
Movers call all types and kinds of trucks used for moving "vans". A van can be as small as an econoline pack van or as large as an 80 foot long tractor-trailer rig.
(Van-City) -- Vancouver
A vehicle with a capacity to carry from five to 15 occupants or a limited amount of cargo. Access is normally through side or rear doors.
wagon for hauling goods or people which was covered.
An enclosed box trailer used for transporting freight. The most common sizes are 48′ and 53′.
vehicle that must comply with the following requirements:
Value Added Network. A VAN is a third-party communications system which transmits EDI transactions from one entity to another. The entity may be a private party or another VAN.