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viz

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvizviz /vɪz/ adverb formal written  INTRODUCEused before naming things that you have just referred to in a general way three Greek cities viz Athens, Thessaloniki, and Patras
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vizInitially a three level sequence of qualifications was envisaged viz junior, middle and strategic managers.There can be only two securities for liberty in any government, viz., representation and checks.
VizViz /vɪz/ trademark  a British comic (=magazine with stories told in pictures) for adults, which is full of rude jokes and is popular especially with students and other young adults. Most of its characters are stereotypes (=people who are supposed to be very typical representatives of a certain type of person).
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