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VA

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for HOLY SEE (VATICAN CITY STATE).

VA

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Vatican City State. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Vatican bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Vatican City. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the Vatican.

VA

See Veterans Administration. (It is now called the Department of Veterans Affairs.)

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The Virginia legislature, including the influential Randolph brothers, called for a "firm but decent opposition to every measure which may affect the rights and liberties of the British colonies in America" Despite this self-restraint, however, England saw America as a cash cow and could not be dissuaded from implementing the new laws.
The Northern Virginia SCLT started informally in 1999 when two counselor educators (the first and second authors) contacted supervisors of counseling from local school systems to set up individual meetings and discuss potential collaboration.
12-ranked Mountaineers' roster, only four are from West Virginia, though Nichols and Patrick Beilein - the coach's son - are from Virginia.
Three one-day workshops were offered in Roanoke, Wintergreen, and McLean, Virginia, targeting counselors and program staff from any day camp in Virginia, licensed or unlicensed, accredited or non-accredited.
A close analysis of primary sources--planters' papers, pamphlet literature, court proceedings, and Colonial Office records--enables Parent to illuminate the class-consciousness of these ruling elites and the many "thinking decisions" that transformed colonial Virginia into a slave society.
Dilger was previously a professor of political science at West Virginia University.
Are people today who had no part in the school closings responsible for the actions of Virginia officials in the 1950s?
While Spangler's analysis clarified why eighteenth-century Virginia Baptists experienced such remarkable success, more can be said.
Virginia is commonly thought of as the seat of the South, a place of countless shrines to Confederate warriors, the home of Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson, and the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign headquarters.
Social Services noted that Virginia had a "low appetite," and the department made the family aware of available alternatives, such as a feeding tube, should Virginia continue to refuse food.
TEI has more than 140 members in the Virginia Chapter, as well as many non-Virginia based members whose companies have significant operations and sales within the Commonwealth.
First Virginia operates subsidiary depository institutions in Virginia, Maryland, and Tennessee.