CVA


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AcronymDefinition
CVACity of Vancouver Archives (Canada)
CVACertified Valuation Analyst
CVACerebrovascular Accident (stroke)
CVACompany Voluntary Arrangement (UK company-creditor term)
CVAConvention and Visitors Authority (tourism; various locations)
CVACertificate in Visual Arts (various organizations)
CVACentral Valley Ag (farmers cooperative; Nebraska)
CVAContextual Value Added (school evaluation)
CVACampus View Apartments (various locations)
CVACertified Veterinary Assistant
CVAChange Vector Analysis
CVACommunauté des Villes Ariane (French: Community of Ariane Cities)
CVACash Value Added
CVAClean Vessel Act (Florida)
CVACentral Virginia
CVAConnecticut Valley Arms
CVACarrabassett Valley Academy
CVACredit Valuation Adjustment
CVAChristian Vegetarian Association
CVAAttack Aircraft Carrier
CVACurrent Value Assessment
CVACuratores Veritatis Alliance (gaming clan)
CVAControl Valve Actuator (power industry)
CVACommonwealth Veterinary Association (UK)
CVACostovertebral Angle
CVACardiovascular Accident (stroke)
CVACustomer Value Analysis
CVACustomer Value Added
CVACertified in Volunteer Administration (Association for Volunteer Administration)
CVACanonical Variate Analysis
CVACampus Virtuel Africain (French: African Virtual Campus; Senegal)
CVACertified Veterinary Acupuncturist
CVAContinuous Variable Aperture
CVACorporate Value Associates
CVAComité des Vosges d'Athlétisme (French: Vosges Athletics Committee; Vosges, France)
CVACommercial Vehicle Aftermarket
CVACorderie Voilerie de l'Atlantique (French marine supply company; Bordeaux, France)
CVACarrier-Attack
CVACarrosserie Vexin Auto (French auto body shop)
CVACertified Verification Agent (energy industry)
CVACommanditaire Vennootschap op Aandelen (Dutch)
CVACanadian Vintners Association
CVAColorado Veterans' Alliance (2007-2009)
CVAConcurrent VLSI Architecture
CVACompressive Video Amplifier
CVAComparative Vertebrate Anatomy
CVAColorado Velodrome Association
CVACanadian Virtual Airlines
CVAConnecticut Volkswagen Association
CVACurrent Vulnerability Assessment
CVACircular Viterbi Algorithm
CVACharacteristic Vector Analysis
CVACanadian Virtual Assistants
CVACrime Victims' Advocate
CVACentral Verifications Activity
CVAClandestine Vulnerability Analysis
CVAComputer Virus Association
CVAConcurrent Viterbi Algorithm
CVAConfederate Veterans of America
CVAColorado Veterans Affairs
CVAChopper Vane Angle
CVACompliance Verification Assessment
CVAConvergent Voting Algorithm
CVACorporate Valley Associates
CVACommunications Vulnerability Analysis
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Magkasama kami dito sa (We will work together here at) CVA,' added Tanada, who was part of the Philippine volleyball team in the 2017 SEA Games.
Bushell has claimed that 99 percent of Aspray24's trade suppliers supported the decision, reiterating the effectiveness of the CVA measure.
Many CVA proposals provide for existing trade/utility suppliers to be paid in full as a pre-condition of continuing to provide goods/services, while landlords are asked to write off rent arrears and accept a lower rent for the balance of the current lease.
The PS18m will only be available if the CVA passes.
This is the second CVA launched by Select in just over a year.
Oliver Morley, chief executive of the PPF, told the BBC that the body "will now vote in support of the Arcadia Group Limited CVA".
To become effective, each CVA proposal requires at least 75% approval from creditors and more than 50% approval from unconnected creditors.
This study was conducted in hundred patients who presented with either CAD or CVA to know the prevalence of metabolic syndrome and its individual components in them as per NCEP: ATP III 2001 criteria which was revised in 2005.
For example, BHS entered a CVA securing a reduction in rents of up to 75%, yet weak trading, mismanagement and a large pension deficit continued to weigh on the business.
The retailer is closing the stores via a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), a controversial insolvency procedure used by struggling firms to shut under-performing shops.