The Powhatan Chapter of the Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL), NRLC's Virginia affiliate, did an ordinary thing as far as chapters go on Mother's Day 2005; it ran a signature ad featuring the names of 300 community members who support the right to life.
What does VSHL stand for?
VSHL stands for Virginia Society for Human Life
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- Vermont Speech-Language Hearing Association
- Vermont State Housing Authority (est. 1968)
- Victoria Secular Humanist Association (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
- Venture Strategies for Health and Development (Berkeley, California)
- Verein Schweizer Hanf-Freunde (German: Swiss Friends of Hemp)
- Vrouwen Schuwen Het Gevaar Niet (Dutch book)
- Visual Studio Help Integration (Safari Safari Bookshelf)
- Visual Studio .NET Help Integration Kit (copyright of Microsoft)
- Volex Sedimentation with Hypotonic Lysis (radiology)
- Village Self Help Learning Initiative (Sri Lanka)
- Very Short Range Air Defense
- Very Short Range Air Defense System
- Video Scanning Hartmann Optical Tester
- Victorian Smoking and Health Program (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
- Virginia Society of Health-System Pharmacists
- Volunteer State Health Plan (Chattanooga, TN)
- Valley of the Sun Human Resource Association (Phoenix, AZ)
- Västra Sveriges Heraldiska Sällskap (Swedish)
Samples in periodicals archive:
president of the Norfolk chapter of the anti-abortion Virginia Society for Human Life, told The Washington Post, perhaps somewhat presciently, "There was no proper study of the medical, moral, legal and scientific merits [of IVF].
This column, written by Brenda Fastabend, president of Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL), first appeared in the August 2004 edition of Life Saver, VSHL's newsletter.
They named it the Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL).
Lynchburg, VA - - Thunderstorms lit up the May 22 Lynchburg skies much as they had 30 years before when local pro-lifers held the formational meeting for the first local chapter of the first statewide right-to-life organization, Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL).
Hartz, president of the Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL).
A massive lobbying effort by the Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL), combined with strong support from Gov.
The Virginia Society for Human Life interactive quiz board, developed by the Lynchburg Chapter in 1998, made its national debut this past June at the 1999 National Right to Life Convention held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.