American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. cerebrovascular accident
- n. a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain
“What will make or break the CVA is the how many states will call the electronic ignition primitive and allow them.”
“The 4 in 1 reloader by CVA is a great 2nd shot option, plus a few cleaning patches moist in a plastic bag is handy for reloading, especially if using the Powerbelts which I do, in 245 grs plastic tip.”
“The band's first album was entitled CVA, the medical abbreviation for cerebrovascular accident.”
“Both Mainers and those "from away" have called CVA home, but all Mainers can be proud of the school, its athletes and the direct connection it provides us to the talent, skill and hard work displayed on the slopes of the Winter Games and many other high-profile competitions.”
“Pearson suggested at the weekend that a CVA might be a sensible route, although owner Bartlett has offered hope that a way to "trade through" the problems can be found.”
“Pearson suggested at the weekend that a CVA might be a sensible route, although owner Russell Bartlett has offered hope that a way to "trade through" the problems can be found.”
“Chairman Adam Pearson suggested at the weekend a CVA might be the preferred route, as it would at least allow the club to retain control, but owner Russell Bartlett on Monday morning offered a more positive assessment.”
“Because of this, the administrators believe approving the CVA is the only way unsecured creditors will get any money and Crystal Palace will survive as a football club.”
“Palace administrator calls CVA meeting for June 25 (From Sutton Guardian)”
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