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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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When proposing a new AVA, the proponents should be aware of brand names they may affect by the choice of their name.
As for the mid-valley AVAs, McBride found, in general, more integrated tannins with higher fruit tones.
"We're preserving the Paso Robles brand by keeping the name on the label with the new AVAs."
"Some of the AVAs don't even have wineries in them, but high-quality wines are being produced from grapes grown within them.
Red Mountain covers 4,040 acres, which is about 10,994,000 acres shy of Washington's largest AVA, Columbia Valley.
The Wine Institute has taken no position on the proposed California Coast AVA, but spokeswoman Gladys Horiuchi said, "There have been some industry meetings where people have debated whether we're diluting the strength of the viticultural areas."
Only 57,000 plus hectares of AVAs out of 1.2 million hectares, or only 4.75 percent, have been registered with the DAR.
Federal labeling laws and regulations require that any wine sold in interstate commerce that is labeled with an AVA be derived 85% or more from grapes grown within the boundaries of that AVA, and be fully finished within the state in which the AVA is located.
Duterte, will revoke the AVAs of the agrarian reform beneficiaries with private investors due to the "very low lease rental payments and lack of provision in the AVA contract for settlement."
Dr Paula Parker has become the national president of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA), which represents close to 10,000 veterinarians and veterinary students.
This, despite the presence of empirical studies-conducted by highly respected institutions like the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), international aid and development organization Oxfam-Philippines, Development Academy of the Philippines, and the University of the Philippines' School of Economics, to name a few-on how disadvantageous these AVAs have been to farmers who should have benefited from the government's agrarian reform program in the
Objective: To evaluate arteriovenous access (AVA) in children for patency and to compare our results with other studies.