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- proper n. Virginia (US state)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Virginia; -- a name of uncertain origin, perh. from the old designation of the colony as “the Colony and Dominion of Virginia.”
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- n. a state in the eastern United States; one of the original 13 colonies; one of the Confederate States in the American Civil War
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Old Dominion, Virginia Tech and Richmond combine for seven points in the AP poll, while Old Dominion has seven points in the coaches'.
Jim Jarrett, who as the athletic director at Old Dominion oversaw 28 national championship teams and a reclassification to Division I during his 43-year tenure.
The Fighting Irish dropped a 51-50, first-round heartbreaker to Old Dominion, but other senior-heavy teams have fared better.
First, it edged Old Dominion, 60-58, on a buzzer-beating tip-in, then stunned top-seeded Pittsburgh, 71-70, in perhaps the wildest game of the tournament so far.
Virginians understood that the Old Dominion would become the dominion of war.
Also, bad luck losing in the final to Old Dominion.
If you are looking for a reason to fall in love with Ohio Valley conference champ Morehead State or Colonial Athletic Association champion Old Dominion, then created possesssion margin is it.
Rich Appleby, coach of the club ice hockey team at Old Dominion, recalled Sunday that Cuddeback, a forward who played right and left wing, loved the game and "attended every practice and attended every game."
Way late on this, but Virginia Tech's Seth Greenberg and Old Dominion's Blaine Taylor had some fun comments on the possibility of the Hokies and Monarchs resuming a series.
"I am glad he is not supporting a food kitchen," remarks Lytton John Musselman, a botany professor at Old Dominion and author of the plant dictionary.