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ca·va

 (kä′və)
n.
A sparkling wine made from a blend of grapes, produced primarily in and near Catalonia.

[Catalan, cellar, cava, from Late Latin, ditch, trench, from Latin, neuter pl. of cavus, hollow; see keuə- in Indo-European roots.]

cava

(ˈkɑːvə)
n
(Brewing) a Spanish sparkling wine produced by a method similar to that used for champagne
[from Spanish]
Translations

ca·va

n., pl. de cavum, cavidad, hueco. V.: vein,cava
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Meanwhile, the wind having changed we were compelled to head for the land, and ply our oars to avoid being driven on shore; but it was our good fortune to reach a creek that lies on one side of a small promontory or cape, called by the Moors that of the "Cava rumia," which in our language means "the wicked Christian woman;" for it is a tradition among them that La Cava, through whom Spain was lost, lies buried at that spot; "cava" in their language meaning "wicked woman," and "rumia" "Christian;" moreover, they count it unlucky to anchor there when necessity compels them, and they never do so otherwise.
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In the trial, the CAVA device was worn by 17 participants, who did not have dizziness problems, for up to 30 days and captured 9,000 hours of eye and head movement data, totalling 405 days of data.
Cava was a classy juvenile and finished just a length behind So Perfect in a Group 3 at the Curragh.
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The acquisition of Zoes Kitchen will be financed through a significant equity investment in CAVA led by Act III Holdings, the investment vehicle created by Ron Shaich, founder, chairman, and former CEO of Panera Bread, and funds advised by The Invus Group, with participation from existing investors SWaN and Legend Venture Partners and Revolution Growth.
Next to the town's main train station is one the most famous cava companies: Freixenet, a family-owned company founded in 1914, but with roots dating back to 1861.
We also performed venography via the right brachial vein and observed that only the right superior vena cava (SVC) directly drained into RA (Figure 1).
Chicago Alliance of Visual Artists (CAVA) is a not-for-profit organization of visual artists in the Chicago area aged 50 and older.
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Now CAVA organisers need people to nominate their special volunteers or teams of volunteers in their community, "If you know of an individual who does great things in their community, or team of volunteers, get in touch," said Rowena Musgrave, CAVA Nuneaton and Bedworth volunteering co-ordinator.