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VAVirginia (US postal abbreviation)
VADepartment of Veterans Affairs (US)
VAVolt-Ampere
VAVirtual Assistant
VAVarese (Lombardia, Italy)
VAVeterans Affairs
VAVirtual Airlines
VAVisual Arts
VAValue Analysis
VAVatican City State (top level domain)
VAValue Added
VAVarious Artists
VAViola
VAVivaldi
VAVoir Aussi (French: See Also)
VAVeterans Administration (now Department of Veterans Affairs)
VAVirtual Address
VAVanadium
VAVoice Actor
VAVanaf (Dutch: From, used in pricing)
VAVoice Activated
VAVice Admiral
VAVariable Annuity
VAVulnerability Assessment
VAVibration Analysis
VAVoluntary Aided (UK school status)
VAVisual Acuity
VAVolcanic Ash (METAR obscuration)
VAVinyl Acetate
VAViterbi Algorithm
VAVisiting Associate (various schools)
VAVickers-Armstrong (British gun manufacturer)
VAVisual Aid
VAVolare Airlines (Italy)
VAVibro-Acoustic (software)
VAValidation Authority (digital certificates)
VAValuation Allowance
VAView Askew (gaming, Counter Strike)
VAAmbulance Plane (US Navy)
VAVaginal Atrophy
VAValor Award (Australian police award)
VAVariable Account
VAVirtual Analog
VAVotre Altesse (French: Your Highness)
VAVertical Angle
VAVertex Array (game programming)
VAVital Area
VAVeterans Agency (UK government)
VAAircraft speed
VAViscosity Agent (concrete)
VAVideo Amplifier
VAVulnerable Area
VAVicar Apostolic
VAVentriculoatrial
VAVehicle Analysis
VAVelocity Analysis
VAVillous Adenoma
VAViral Arthritis
VAVascular Aging
VAVentricular Atrial
VAVolume Absorber (physics)
VAVariational Approximation
VAVérification d'Aptitude (Informatique)
VAVerbal Area (audio/video chat software)
VAVisionAIR, Inc (Atlanta, GA public safety software manufacturer)
VAVerkaufsagent (German: Selling Agent; eBay)
VAVisual Accounting
VAVacation Absence
VAVisual Training Aid Specialist (US Navy)
VAVietnamese Airlines
VAVertical Accelerator
VAVulnerability Analyzer (information security)
VAVices Agens (Latin: Acting in Place Of, epigraphy)
VAVictoria and Albert Order (British)
VAMaximum-Design Maneuvering Velocity
VAVentanas Alemanas (Guatemala)
VAVariant Armour (gaming)
VAVermont American, Inc.
VAVixit Annos (Latin: He Lived (insert number) Years, epigraphy)
VAFixed Wing, Heavier Than Air Aircraft, Attack (US Navy)
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Puginier, who first set foot in Indochina in 1858, was made Vicar Apostolic of West Tonkin in 1868 at the young age of 33, following the death of his predecessor Joseph Theurel; he retained this position until he passed away in 1892.
Shortly after Puginier's death in 1892, Pierre Gendreau, Bishop of Chrysopolis in partibus, was appointed Vicar Apostolic of West Tonkin.
In the fifteen-year period from 1848 to 1861, thirty-three oblates left France, Ireland, and England (where they had been established since 1841-42) for the mission in Ceylon, and two others entered the congregation locally: Father Christopher Bonjean, who later became vicar apostolic of Colombo, and Brother Paul Stephen Poorey, who was the first Ceylonese oblate.
This mission had two advantages: the vicar apostolic would be an oblate, and the mission would be in a non-Christian milieu.
Vicar Apostolic of Arabia, Bishop Paul Hinder, and Vicar Apostolic of Kuwait, Bishop Camillo Ballin, are on a visit organised by the Sacred Heart Church to mark the realignment of Bahrain from the Arabian Apostolic Vicariate to the Kuwaiti Apostolic Vicariate from June 1.
Two years later, Rome named Edmund Burke Vicar Apostolic of Nova Scotia (excluding Cape Breton).
Between 1817 and 1829, under the third Vicar Apostolic, Thomas Scallan, the number of priests available to serve the needs of the Island and Labrador ranged from seven to ten.