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SVR may refer to:
- Systemic vascular resistance – in physiology, the resistance impeding blood flow throughout the body
- Sustained viral response – in infectious disease
- Surgical ventricular reconstruction – in cardiothoracic surgery
- Standard variable rate, UK term for each lender's (nominally) standard mortgage lending rate
- Scottish variable rate, sometimes referred to as the Tartan tax
- Site value rating, another name for land value tax.
- Super Video Recording, a videocassette technology by Grundig, based upon the Philips Video Cassette Recording format
- System V Release, an early version of the operating system UNIX
- An abbreviation for Server
- Subvocal recognition, the art of taking subvocalization and converting the detected results to a digital text-based output
- Supply voltage rejection, the ability for voltage regulators to counter fast input changes
- Support vector regression, a method for performing nonlinear regression
- The Severn Valley Railway, a heritage line in England.
- The Spa Valley Railway, a heritage line in England.
- A former city bus company in Reykjavík, now merged into Strætó bs
- Svay Rieng Airport in Cambodia (IATA code SVR)
- Savissivik Heliport in Greenland (IATA code SVR)
- Foreign Intelligence Service (Russia), abbreviated as SVR (Sluzhba Vneshney Razvedki)
- SVR Saarbrücker Verlag für Rechtswissenschaften: a publishing house of the VDM Group
- The Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat in India
- Steel Vessel Rules, a publication of the American Bureau of Shipping
- WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw, a series of WWE wrestling video games
- The Second Vermont Republic, a secessionist group within the state of Vermont
- The Sportvereinigung Ried, an Austrian soccer club
- SVR Producciones, a Chilean record label for classical music
- Sons of Veterans Reserve, the uniformed, ceremonial component of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW)
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