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init. (context linguistics English) verb inanimate intransitive


adj. being one more than six [syn: seven, 7]


JungleTac's Sport Vii (; lit. "Power Stick") is a Shanzhai video game console similar in aspect to Nintendo's Wii. It was originally released in China in 2007. The Vii was not intended to be a seventh-generation console like the Wii, and was instead part of the dedicated console genre of inexpensive consoles with built-in games. It is based on the 16-bit Sunplus SPG CPU.

The Vii's Power Rod 威力棒 controller is similar in size and design to the Wii Remote. It features motion detection but not the pointing capability of the Wii Remote. The Vii Power Rods also come in "Arctic White", "Hot Pink" and "Mint Blue".

A redesign of the console, colloquially called the Vii 2 by bloggers, features remodeled controllers and a console design reminiscent of the Nintendo Entertainment System and the PlayStation 3, as well as support for both NTSC and PAL televisions.

In 2008, the Vii was released in Japan under the name V-Sports (Sport Vii).

VII (Just-Ice album)

VII is the seventh album by old school hip hop/ hardcore rapper Just-Ice, it was released in 1998.

Vii (river)

The Vii is a right tributary of the river Glavacioc in Romania. It discharges into the Glavacioc in Puranii de Sus.

VII (Blitzen Trapper album)

VII is the seventh studio album by American alternative country band Blitzen Trapper. Described on the band's official site as "somewhat experimental ... a futuristic hip-hop/country-rock hybrid", and by lead singer and songwriter Eric Earley as "hillbilly gangster", VII was the first record Blitzen Trapper released with their new labels, Vagrant (US) and Lojinx (UK). The song "Thirsty Man" was released as the album's only single, hitting #29 on the Adult Alternative Songs Billboard chart.

VII (Teyana Taylor album)

VII is the debut studio album by American recording artist Teyana Taylor. The album was released on November 4, 2014, by Def Jam Recordings and GOOD Music. Leading up to the album's release, Teyana released the mixtape The Misunderstanding of Teyana Taylor (2012), along with collaborating on the GOOD Music compilation album Cruel Summer (2012). The album features guest appearances from Chris Brown, Fabolous, Pusha T and Yo Gotti. The album was executively produced by Che Pope & Teyana Taylor. Recording took place at Jungle City Studios in New York & KMA Studios, NYC, as well as The Kennedy Compound in North Hollywood, California & Labren Studio in Inglewood, CA.

VII was promoted by the release of three official singles: " Maybe" featuring Yo Gotti and Pusha T, "Business" and "Do Not Disturb" featuring Chris Brown.