Virginia

[Mercadante] Virginia is an opera, a tragedia lirica, in three acts by composer Saverio Mercadante. The Italian libretto by Salvadore Cammarano is based on Vittorio Alfieri`s tragedy of the same name. Alfieri`s play was in turn taken from a story in Livy`s Ab Urbe condita. Although initially written for performance in 1850 at the Teatro di ...
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Virginia

Virginia is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Virginia

[schooner] Virginia is a wooden schooner that is a modern replica of an early twentieth century pilot vessel of the same name. She conducts educational programs and passenger trips along the Eastern Seaboard of the United States and Canada, and in the Caribbean. ==The original Virginia== The original schooner Virginia was commissioned by th...
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Virginia

[pinnace] The Virginia or Virginia of Sagadahoc was a pinnace built in 1607-08 by colonists at the Popham Colony. She was the first English-built ship in what is now Maine and possibly in all of the English-colonized areas of North America. Little is known about the details of her architecture, but written accounts of the colony and histori...
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Virginia

[n] - one of the British colonies that formed the United States 2. [n] - a state in the eastern United States 3. [n] - a town in northeastern Minnesota in the heart of the Mesabi Range
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Virginia

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Ferguson on 4 Oct 1857. Diameter in km: ±88. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Virginia

Vir·gin'i·a noun One of the States of the United States of America. -- adjective Of or pertaining to the State of Virginia. Virginia cowslip (Botany) , the American lungwort ( Mertensia Virginica ). -- Virginia creeper (Botany) ...
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virginia

One of the States of the United States of America. ... Of or pertaining to the State of Virginia. ... <botany> Virginia cowslip See Mahon stock. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Virginia

Old Dominion noun a state in the eastern United States; one of the original 13 colonies; one of the Confederate States in the American Civil War
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Virginia

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the State of Virginia. • (n.) One of the States of the United States of America.
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Virginia

(from the article `naval ship`) ...cruiser and the first surface warship to steam under atomic energy. This 14,000-ton ship was followed by a series of nuclear-powered U.S. cruisers ...
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Virginia

(from the article `monitor`) On March 9, 1862, `Monitor` engaged the Confederate ironclad `Virginia` (originally named `Merrimack`) in a dramatic, though inconclusive, battle ... ...believing that Maryland would secede from the Union. He tried to recall his resignation but was dismissed the following month ...
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Virginia

(from the article `Military Affairs`) The U.S. Navy commissioned the first of a new class of nuclear-powered fast-attack submarines in October. The USS Virginia cost $2.2 billion to build ...
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Virginia

town and gold-mining centre, north-central Free State province, South Africa, in one of the world`s richest goldfields. Virginia was a former whistle ...
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Virginia

city, St. Louis county, northeastern Minnesota, U.S. It lies in the Mesabi Range, about 60 miles (95 km) northwest of Duluth. Iron ore was discovered ...
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Virginia

constituent state of the United States of America, one of the original 13 colonies. It has an area of 40,767 square miles (105,587 square ... [30 related articles]
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Virginia

Virginia is a Lat In girl name. The meaning of the name is `chaste, maiden ` Where is it used? The name Virginia is mainly used In English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Danish, Swedish and In Ancient Roman.See also In French: Gigi (F) In French: Georgine In English: Virgie (F) In English: Virgee (F) In English: Ginny (F) In English: Ging
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Virginia

Virginia One of the fifty states in the eastern United States, named for the 'The Virgin Queen', Elizabeth I, who ruled England from 1558-1608. It was admitted as one of the original Thirteen Colonies in 1788 and its official name is the Commonwealth of Virginia.
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Virginia

[given name] Virginia is a feminine given name derived from the Ancient Roman family name Virginius, a name probably derived from the Latin word virgo, meaning `maiden` or `virgin.` According to legend, Virginia was a Roman girl who was killed by her father in order to save her from seduction by the corrupt government official Appius Claudi...
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Virginia

[Volumnius] Virginia was the daughter of Aulus Verginius, a patrician. Virginia’s new husband in 296 BCE was Lucius Volumnius Flamma Violens. He became a novus homo the previous year. That same time the patrician `important ladies` insulted her by forbidding her access to the ceremony at the Patrician Pudicitia honoring the female virtue ...
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Virginia

Virginia, in Roman legend, daughter of the centurion Virginius. Her father stabbed her to save her from the lust of Appius Claudius Crassus, decemvir. This precipitated the fall of the decemvirs. The story occurs often in literature.
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Virginia

Virginia, state of the south-central United States. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean (E), North Carolina and Tennessee (S), Kentucky and West Virginia (W), and Maryland and the District of Columbia (N and NE).Sections in this article:IntroductionFacts and FiguresGeographyEconomyGovernment, Polit...
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Virginia

Virginia, city (1990 pop. 9,410), St. Louis co., NE Minn., on the Mesabi range; inc. 1892. In addition to its iron mines—both open-pit and underground—the city has foundries, lumbering, and food-processing and manufacturing plants. Dairy cattle and poultry are raised and oats and alfalfa...
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Virginia

Virginia, Confederate name for the ironclad Merrimack. See Monitor and Merrimack.
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Virginia

State in eastern USA, bordered to the north by Maryland and the District of Columbia, to the west by Kentucky and West Virginia, to the south by North Carolina and Tennessee; area 102,548 sq km/39,594 sq mi; population (2006) 7,642,900; capital Richmond. It was named after Queen Eliza...
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