from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A village of northeast Virginia southwest of Fredericksburg. It was the site of a major but inconclusive Civil War battle (May 8-21, 1864).
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- n. a village in northeastern Virginia where battles were fought during the American Civil War
- n. a battle between the armies of Grant and Lee during the Wilderness Campaign
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Authorities in Spotsylvania shut down two tobacco stores with DVD rental machines.
It happened inside the couple's home on Lanes Corner Road in Spotsylvania County.
Dranginis, who has viewed photographs of the foot found in Spotsylvania, said it resembles a bear's skinned hind paw.
According to this morning’s Washington Post, authorities now believe this person was responsible for abducting and murdering the Lisk sisters, as well as Sofia Silva (also in Spotsylvania County), plus Alicia Showalter Reynolds (she was the women abducted near Culpeper).
A federal jury in Greenbelt on Friday convicted 48-year-old Michael Hickson of Commack, N.Y.; 48-year-old Isaac Jerome Smith of Spotsylvania; and 33-year-old Alvita Karen Gunn of Hanover of fraud conspiracy and wire fraud.
The existing exhibits were installed at the visitors centers in Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County nearly 50 years ago.
The Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park is getting $1.6 million to revamp exhibits at its two visitors center.
But in response to a question posed by Sen.R. Edward Houck (D-Spotsylvania), Cuccinelli this week issued a new opinion, finding that when establishments offer patrons the ability to participate in games of chance in exchange for the purchase of items that are generally not consumed, that's gambling.
Neely was sued by a Spotsylvania tobacco shop that he shut down as an illegal gambling site.
In an email to state Sen. Edd Houck (D-Spotsylvania), who had requested JLARC take a look at McDonnell's plan, director Glen S. Tittermary said he has assigned four full-time staffers and one part-time analyst to the project.
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