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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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Finally, that the West Virginia tax is imposed on the consumption of fuel while plying the waterways, rather than for access to ports, is insignificant.
The Office of West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin, the West Virginia Department of Education, the Benedum Foundation, Acordia National, and Mountain State Blue Cross Blue Shield are providing financial support for the project which is currently providing DDR equipment, training PE teachers, and promoting DDR clubs in all West Virginia public schools.
Parliament's refusal to hear the cries of her colonies prompted Virginia to reconsider her previously temperate response to English despotism.
The following year, the third author came to Virginia after being a principal investigator of one of six DeWitt Wallace-Readers Digest grants to transform school counseling.
In the state of West Virginia, everything is basketball and football,'' said Mountaineers star guard Mike Gansey.
Twenty-six percent of respondents were affiliated with ACA-accredited camps and fifty-three percent were affiliated with camps that are licensed by the Virginia Department of Social Services.
Although there are many aspects of welfare reform in West Virginia that are unique, the book shows that the overall impact of the TANF program is decidedly mixed.
In 1959, the Virginia General Assembly repealed the state's compulsory school-attendance laws, in defiance of efforts to integrate its schools.
Between 1765 and 1774, these early Virginia Baptists made active church members out of numerous unchurched people, something that the Anglican establishment had failed to do.
Put simply, Virginia is the Massachusetts of the South.
Because the managers at our assisted living facility believed that the greatest threat to Virginia was her depression, we decided, as a group, that Virginia would not be an appropriate candidate for admission unless her mental state could be significantly improved.
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.