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AcronymDefinition
CAVACalifornia Virtual Academies (Simi Valley, California)
CAVACornish Audio Visual Archive (UK)
CAVACommunity and Voluntary Action (Warwickshire, UK; est. 2008)
CAVAChina Audio and Vídeo Association
CAVAClub Atlético Villa Alvear
CAVACrestone Area Visitor Agency (Colorado)
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Initial experience in humans with a new retrievable inferior vena cava filter.
Open a bottle of Freixenet Cava and add a little glamour and sparkle
The MP knew of the Cava Guard Group because her office at Green lands Business Centre was close to the company's former premises.
Pinot Noir has a strong consumer image as a fine grape variety so this is a really exciting development for us," said Jo Maclean, marketing manager for Cordoniu, one of the biggest Cava brands.
The California Department of Education does not oversee CAVA, but does keep an eye on it, and a representative gave the program high marks, noting CAVA is the largest virtual school system statewide.
The Denominacion de Origen (DO) for cava is unique in that, unlike the DO for any other wine produced in Spain, it refers to the method of production (methode champenoise) rather than the location in which the grapes are grown.
Della Cava said a staff that actually enjoys working together helps to provide an extra level of energy and dedication in which to meet all the complexities involved in managing a building.
TechNavio's analysts forecast the Vena Cava Filters market in China to grow at a CAGR of 12.
I find cava to be more interesting, probably due to the traditional method of production which, although lengthy (with secondary fermentation in bottle a la Champagne), results in a complex yeasty glass of fizz.
Made in the same method as champagne, good quality cava is on the same level as its more expensive counterpart, but softer, less acidic and, some say, better priced.