The CVV 7 Pinocchio was a single seat competition glider designed and built in Italy, first flown in 1952 though designed in 1940. Only one was built.
The CVV-6 Canguro (English: Kangaroo) was a high performance two seat glider, designed at Milan Polytechnic University in 1940. A small batch was ordered for the Italian Air Force but few were delivered; more were produced after World War II, becoming the most common Italian gliding club machine.
The CVV1 Pinguino (English: Penguin) was a single seat, high performance glider designed and built in Italy in the mid-1930s, the first of a series of gliders from the Milan Polytechnic.
The CVV 5 Papero (English: Gosling) was a single seat competition glider designed and built in Italy in the late 1930s, a development of the CVV 4 Pellicano.
The CVV 3 Arcore was a single seat competition glider designed and built in Italy in the late 1930s, a development of the CVV 1 Pinguino.
The CVV 2 Asiago is a simple, single seat glider designed and built in Italy in the mid-1930s, the second of a series of gliders from the Milan Polytechnic and the first go into production.
The CVV 8 Bonaventura (English: Good Adventure) was a two seat competition glider designed and built in Italy during the 1950s.
The CVV-4 Pellicano (English: Pelican) was a single seat Italian glider designed for a competition to select an aircraft for the 1940 Olympic Games.
In internal combustion engines, variable valve timing (VVT) is the process of altering the timing of a valve lift event, and is often used to improve performance, fuel economy or emissions.
A card security code (CSC; also called card verification data [CVD], card verification number, card verification value [CVV], card verification value code, card verification code [CVC], verification code [V-code or V code], card code verification, or signature panel code (SPC)) is a term for a security feature for "card not present" payment card transactions instituted to reduce the incidence of credit card fraud.