Definitions for "Versus"
Keywords:  richard, baluyut, toups, fontaine, hale
Against; as, John Doe versus Richard Roe; -- chiefly used in legal language, and abbreviated to v. or vs.
Against (abbreviated v. or vs.). Used in case names, with the plaintiff's name given first. Back to the Top
Against (abbreviated vs. or v.).
Versus: Quaderni di studi semiotici (VS in Italian academic jargon) is an influential semiotic journal in Italy. Founded by Umberto Eco, et al in 1971, it has been an important confrontation space for a large number of scholars of several fields coping with signs and signification. Its foundation and activities have contributed to consolidate the perception of semiotics as an academic field in itself both in Italy and in Europe.
Keywords:  oln, simulcasts, comcast, stood, hockey
Spelled out, except in titles, when it becomes "vs."
Versus (known as OLN until September 25, 2006) is a cable television sports channel owned by Comcast and shown in the United States. The OLN brand was retained in Canada, and with the exception of select sports (notably ice hockey), simulcasts all of Versus programming. Formerly, OLN stood for the Outdoor Life Network, and the name was licensed from Outdoor Life Magazine.
Versus is a 2000 Japanese action/horror film directed by Ryuhei Kitamura. It has a strong cult following both in Japan and overseas.
Versus is an album of remakes, remixes, and collaborations of Kings of Convenience. It was released October 31, 2001 on Astralwerks. It contains songs mostly from the album, Quiet is the New Loud.
Keywords:  conductus, monophonic, see
see conductus (monophonic)
Keywords:  compared
Against or compared to.