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What does AVA stand for?
AVA stands for Australian Veterinary Association
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We have 199 other meanings of AVA in our Acronym Attic
- Assurance Voyages & Assistance (French: Travel Insurance & Assistance)
- Assurances Vieillesse des Artisans
- ASTER (Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer) Volcano Archive (US NASA)
- Attribute Value Assertion (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
- Audio Visual Aid
- Audio Visual Authoring
- Audio/Visual Alarm
- Audio/Visual Annunciator
- Ausschreibung Vergabe Abrechnung (German: Tendering, Contracting and Accounting; construction)
- Australasian Vascular Audit (International Society for Cardiovascular Surgey)
- Automated Visual Association
- Automatic Variable Aperture (semiconductors)
- Auvergne Végétarienne Attitude (French: Auvergne Vegetarian Attitude; Auvergne, France)
- Avalanche Watch
- Average Alarm
- Average Value Analysis
- Avianca - Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia (ICAO code)
- Aviation Vehicles Association
- Aviation Vibration Analyzer
- Azimuth vs. Amplitude
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) said that dippy dogs are a myth, which is being perpetuated by our own bad choices.
Barry Smyth, vice-president of the Australian Veterinary Association, said fruit bats, also known as flying foxes, were being found in areas they had never previously been seen, which could increase the risk of an outbreak.