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Ava

(ā`və), in the Bible, an unidentified city of Mesopotamia, perhaps the same as Ivah. Its inhabitants are called Avites.

Ava,

Myanmar: see InnwaInnwa
or Inwa,
formerly Ava
, village, central Myanmar, on the Ayeyarwady River, 10 mi (16 km) S of Mandalay. Founded in 1364, it was the capital of a dynasty of Burmese kings until 1783 (when it was replaced by Amarapura) and again from 1823 to 1837.
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By gaining AVA status, producers who grow or source fruit from these vineyards can better differentiate the unique characteristics of their wines.
Around 20 doctors, including two teams of specialists who had been brought in from Birmingham, battled for around three hours to save Ava at Coventry's University Hos pital where her heart stopped five times.
Ava is one of the Leeds Little Livers team - all children who have undergone transplants.
The restaurant's owners have a love for vintage movies, and each of the 33 restaurants has an Ava Gardner photo wall as a tribute to Smithfield's native daughter.
DOING WELL: Ava, above and left, and below with her dad James, on the right, and her godfather Dave Picture below by DOUG MOODY HAPPY LITTLE GIRL: Ava with mum Joanne
We wouldn't have been able to afford the footwear for Ava if it wasn't for the money that people raised.
But just a few hours later the transplant failed and Ava suffered a cardiac arrest.
Although Joanne described Ava as a "very clever and chatty girl", she is often in pain and finds daily activities hard.
Battle: Ava shortly | The 30-year-old is now backing a campaign to stop the downgrade of maternity services at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
But such a judgment would be completely unfair to someone such as Oakland Raiders' offensive lineman Menelik Watson, who has taken four-year-old Ava Urerra of Las Vegas into his heart.