ANV

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AcronymDefinition
ANVAll-Night Vigil
ANVAuction Napa Valley (California)
ANVAccion Nacionalista Vasca (Spanish: Basque Nationalist Action)
ANVArmy of Northern Virginia
ANVAlaska Native village (US)
ANVAnticipatory Nausea and Vomiting
ANVAnvik, AK, USA (Airport Code)
ANVAutoritatea Nationala a Vamilor (Romania)
ANVAgencia de Noticias Venezolana (Spanish: Venezuelan News Agency)
ANVAssociation of Napata Volunteers
ANVArtist Name Variation
ANVAdvanced Naval Vehicle
ANVAverage Noise Variance
ANVAssociação Nacional de Fornecedores de Serviço de Videotexto (Portuguese: National Association of Service Providers of Videotext; Brazil)
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* The Alaska Native Village Corporation Association Conference (ANVCA) is taking place in mid-May in downtown Anchorage.
Teams of Park Service workers and volunteers, including Boy Scouts, high school students and members of Alaska Native village organizations, hit the beaches.
In our study, we explored motivations for drinking untreated water in four southwest Alaska Native village communities that had access to treated water via a self-haul water system.
The building was originally purchased in 2012 by the Bligh Island Corporation, a fully-owned subsidiary of The Tatitlek Corporation, an Alaska Native village corporation of Prince William Sound with 329 shareholders.
The national total of $384 billion includes the needs of 73,400 water systems across the country, as well as American Indian and Alaska Native Village water systems.
A lawsuit challenging petroleum exploration in Alaska's Cook Inlet has been filed by four groups, including an Alaska Native village, that claim seismic testing will harm endangered beluga whales.
is an Alaska Native village corporation established in 1973 under the provisions of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
One white high school teacher in an Alaska Native village made the following comments:
We spent the next day holed up in an Alaska Native village on St.
Alaska Native Village and Regional Corporations take different approaches to providing services to their shareholders, and while some may not provide small business services directly, many do offer some level of assistance.
(94) The first protests occurred in 1961 when Alaska proposed establishing a recreations area on land near the Alaska Native Village of Minto--land that was important for Native hunting and fishing activities.
Alaska Native village, or other organized group or community which is recognized as eligible for the special programs and services provided by the United States to Indians because of their status as Indians; or any Indian group that has been formally recognized as an Indian tribe by a State legislature or by a State commission or similar organization legislatively vested with State tribal recognition authority."
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