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VIRGA. An obsolete word, which signifies a rod or staff, such as sheriffs, bailiffs, and constables carry, as a badge or ensign of their office.

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In the study by Virga (1998), what percentage of patients reported thirst on a daily basis?
Virga said the Flooring Canada purchase and return to Surfaces were not related.
The neumes in the reproduction given in the catalog do not closely resemble the Saint Gall type, however; the forms of virga and torculus are also found in central Italian manuscripts of the eleventh century.
represented the owner in the case, managing a co-ordinated team effort with Rosenberg & Estis attorneys Dani Schwartz and Anthony Virga along with Nithin Jayadeva, Devorah Hirsch and Analia Krukierek.
Virga and the other award winners will be honored at an award ceremony on Thursday, January 13th, at the Intercontinental Hotel in Doral, Florida.
We hope that the results of this survey will give business owners valuable insight about their competition and thus help them to make better business decisions to keep them on top," said Vinnie Virga, Flooring America president, in a statement.
For months since acquiring the building late last September, our management and leasing team led by Farrell Virga and Jason Vacker worked intensely and literally round the clock marketing the property to attract either multiple tenants or a single user--efforts which ultimately resulted in this successful coup with WeWork," said Leslie Himmel.
We are very excited to have him join our team and look forward to his success with SkillStorm," said Vince Virga, SkillStorm CEO.
CUTLINE: (1) Jeannine and Seth Silun (2) Effie Karas, Lisa Virga and Mike Covino (3) Nicole Boyda and Ross Pytko (4) Anne Licopoli and Mary Ann Healy (5) Denise, Elyse, Paul and Ashley Robertson