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1959, ''Western Aerospace'' (volume 39, page 46)
- Designed to be fully mobile and self-contained, the complete equipment includes an air-conditioned van containing all necessary electronic gear and a flat bed trailer in which missiles, jet engines and other large assemblies may be cleaned.
To transport in a van or similar vehicle (especially of horses).
Of law enforcement: to arrest (not necessarily in a van; derived from (m)).
- One Anon explained the reason for this, saying: "As for the domains, they were transferred to Ryan after some of us got vanned so he can keep the network up. What he did certainly wasn't the plan." (Getting "vanned" refers to getting picked up by the police.)
- He later told CW that he had been "v&" or "vanned" by the police, and he expressed surprise that the police showed him detailed transcripts of his conversations.
- But not before someone supposedly forwarded all the information onto the FBI. In a last-ditch effort to avoid getting "vanned," Naratto tried to put the memie back in the bottle
- The hacker says he thinks he is about to be v&, or “vanned,” meaning being raided by law enforcement, sometime soon.
2016 https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/gv5qww/uk-police-arrest-teenage-hacker-cia-john-brennan-fbi-cyberattacks Teen Allegedly Behind CIA, FBI Breaches: 'They're Trying to Ruin My Life.'
- On Wednesday night, Motherboard spoke to the teenager accused of being Cracka. "I got fucking v&," he told Motherboard, using "v&," the slang for "vanned," or getting arrested. (At this point, the arrest had not been made public.)
2017 Dark Ops: An Anonymous Story page 8
- Commander X: Yep, so now you all know how I got vanned. And you just met the snitch who did it to me.
(quote-book)|url=http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Paradise_Lost_%281667%29/Book_V|title=Paradise Lost|volume_plain=book 5|section=lines 588–590|passage=Ten thousand thousand Ensignes high advanc'd, / Standards, and Gonfalons twixt Van and Reare / Streame in the Aire, and for distinction serve
(RQ:Fielding Tom Jone)
- As for the guides, they were debarred from the pleasure of discourse, the one being placed in the van, and the other obliged to bring up the rear.
To wash or cleanse, as a small portion of ore, on a shovel(R:Raymond Glossar).
A wing with which the air is beaten.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Regained)
(quote-book)|title=Ovid's Metamorphoses|section=book XII|year=1717|passage=He wheeled in air, and stretched his vans in vain; / His vans no longer could his flight sustain.
(quote-book)|title=Wednesday (poem)|Ash Wednesday|year=1930|passage=Because these wings are no longer wings to fly / But merely vans to beat the air(..)
some of (the)
''Van die wêreld se beste wyne kom van hierdie streek af.''
Some of the world’s best wines are from this region.
''Ons het met van die belangrikste politieke leiers gespreek.''
We have spoken to some of the most important political leaders.
(ca-verb form of)
(ca-verb form of)
(l) (light, gentle wind)
one of the Vanir
''Ik dacht van hé wat gek.'' — I thought, hey, how strange.
''Ik neem er tien van.'' — I’ll take ten of them.
''Ik vertrek van daar.'' — I’ll start from there.
''Ik word er gek van.'' — It drives me crazy.
''Men wordt daar sloom van.'' — It turns one numb.
''Wat zegt u daar van?'' — What do you say about that?
''Ik weet daar niks van.'' — I don’t know anything about that.
Adolphe de Neuter, ''Mémoires d'un entraîneur'', volume 1: ''La casaque rose'', Paris: Imprimerie Kapp, 1925, p. 145
to have; someone ((m)/(m)) has something ((m)/(m)/(m)/(m))
to be ((non-gloss definition))
1846, (w), ''(w)'',http://mek.oszk.hu/00500/00597/html/toldi02.htm01_06, canto 6, stanza 13, prose translation by Anton N. Nyerges:https://mek.oszk.hu/00500/00595/html/epics2.htm4
being used to (doing) something
one of the Vanir
(es-verb form of)