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US Virgin Islands

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Parent Category: United States of America
This category covers questions about the Virgin Islands of the United States, a group of islands in the Caribbean that are United States territories. The Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Saint Croix, Saint John, and Saint Thomas. Originally a Danish colony, the United States acquired the Danish part of the Virgin Islands from Denmark on March 31, 1917.
Through the 2008 Games in Beijing, the U.S. Virgin Islands has competed at every Summer Olympics, except for the 1980 Games, since 1968 and has competed in five Winter Olympics. Athletes have won one medal, a silver at the 1988 Summer Games in Seoul by Peter Holmberg in one person dinghy sailing.
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It is the process used in the majority of US states to divide marital property. "Equitable distribution" is followed, meaning that the court attempts to distribute the property in a manner that is "fair and just". This doesn't necessarily mean that the property is distributed evenly, only that it is…
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about 4 hours and 50 minutes
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South side of island, slightly right of center. It right in Castle Coakle,Christiansted, St.Croix. You can see it from almost anywhere on this island. It is a huge refinery. On some of our main roads, you will be driving beside it.
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Answer No, its an island nation (St Kitts and Nevis)
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The capital city of the United States Virgin Islands is Charlotte Amalie located on St.Thomas. (i am from the U.S.V.I. an i still live there it is a wonderful place.)
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Road Town, on the island of TortolaThe British Virgin Islands' capital city is Road Town.
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Not if you are a US Citizen.
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Certainly. HIV can spread through other ways that sexual contact. And if the "virgin" has been doing oral or anal sex, then those are also possible ways to pick up HIV.
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Christmas Island falls under the jurisdiction of Australia. It was annexed by the British in 1888 and considered Australian territory since 1958.
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The three biggest are St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. John, and newly Water Island . There are many other smaller ones, some of which are inhabited, but can only be reached by boat from one of the others,Such as, Buck Island and Protestant Cay(Hotel on the Cay) I live on one of them in the U.S.V.I. Not…
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The United States is a Market EconomyThird World war countries are Planned economiesCanada is a Mixed economy
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The United States of America owns the Virgin Islands. The islands were bought in 1917 for what remains to this date the highest per acre cost paid by the USA for land. Persons born in the Virgin Islands are full U.S. citizens and can sit as a voting members of Congress but cannot sit as president …
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From online Etymology dictionary: c.1200, "unmarried or chaste woman noted for religious piety and having a position of reverence in the Church," from O.Fr. virgine, from L. virginem (nom. virgo) "maiden, unwedded girl or woman," also an adj., "fresh, unused," probably related to virga "young shoot…
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The capital of the Virgin Islands is the city of Charlotte Amalie located on the island of St. Thomas in the District of St. Thomas-St. John.
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The capital of the island, and of the entire US Virgin Islands, is Charlotte Amalie.The city was named after the wife of King Christian V of Denmark.
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Charlotte Amalie
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The St. Croix settlement failed because some of the settlers died due to scurvy. The settlement was founded in 1604.
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Answer the northern hemisphere is north, the southern hemisphere is south of the equator
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There's a wide variation in Christmas traditions between families. And, of course, many Americans are Muslim or Jewish, or belong to other groups like Jehovah's Witnesses that don't celebrate Christmas. In the US Christmas is often more a secular holiday than a religious one, which is discouraging t…
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the capital of the virgin islands is charlotte amalie
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acient Egypt has been around for over 4,000 years & the us is younger & more advanced
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I am from St. Croix,U.S.V.I. we are located southeast of Puerto Rico in the Carribean Sea
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Tennessee and Missouri each border eight states.
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yes i m answer this it is important because we have to live with liberty.when we live with liberty or freedom so we can do any thing like we study in our country and do some thing for our country.and we dont go out side our country
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There is more than one Christmas Island. The Territory of Christmas Island is a small territory of Australia located in the Indian Ocean, 2,360 kilometres (1500 mi) northwest of Perth in Western Australia and 500 kilometres (300 mi) south of Jakarta, Indonesia. This island has been administered as …
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The eagle symbolizes courage, vision, strength and endurance and friendship.
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Alaska and Hawii
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Yes, the Islands were bought by the US in 1917. They had been a profitable colony until the mid 19th century, but became a liability after the abolition of slavery and changing sailing routes in the region. Denmark was thus eager to sell and during WWI USA finally wanted to buy to eliminate the risk…
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in 1945
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You can divorce in St. Thomas. You just need to file the appropriate paperwork with the court where you live.
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In 1977, a carton of brand name cigarettes cost about 4 dollars per carton. One pack individually would cost about 47 cents.
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All 50 US states are above the equator
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The United States purchased the Virginia Islands to prevent Europeans or Germans from taking control of the islands. The United States also wanted to expand their territory.
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US Territories: Palmyra Atoll, an Incorporated unorganized territory.Four Unincorporated organized territories including: Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.Eight Unincorporated unorganized Pacific island territories including: American Samoa, Wake Island, Midway …
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Christopher Columbus in 1492. There are 2 different sets of virgin islands. The United States virgin islands and the british virgin islands
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St.Croix, St. Thomas, St. John, and Water Island
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The closest is Florida and it is 1,000 miles away.
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If you are a U.S. citizen or U.S. VISA holder, you do not need a passport to travel to St. Thomas.
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The US Virgin Islands were not gained in the Spanish-American War. The United States bought them from Denmark in 1917, under the Treaty of the Danish West Indies.
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Puerto Rico is smaller then Connecticut and larger the Delaware and Rhode Island put together.
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The Virgin islands were under the Danish rule. US purchased them for $25 million in order to aid during the World War 1. Later St. John, St. Thomas and St. Croix together form the Virgin Islands today.
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Oklahoma has 69,898 sq miles and the highest point is Black Mesa at 4,973 ft .
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The United States paid 25 million in gold coins for the Virgin Islands. The islands were purchased in 1917 from Denmark.
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St. Thomas is part of the island chain that makes up the Virgin Islands. St. Thomas is located forty to fifty miles east of Puerto Rico.
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The US currently (2010) has 17 different Territories.
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I am sorry but there are no casinos in the U.S. Virgin Islands yes there is. the divi in st. croix...on the east side.
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As of today, Aug 2009, the USVI Governor is deJongh.From 2007, the Premier of the British Virgin Islands has been Ralph T. O'Neal.
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The distance between the above places is 3796 miles. This distance is point to point straight distance. The actual distance may vary according to the flight path chosen. Also this is not the airport to airport precise distance.
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State in the making
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If someone populates the virgin islands, it means the islands are no more virgins, which means it has no relevance if the person is virgin or not but considering that more people are non-virgins or definetly-not-virgins the persons on the virgin islands won't probably be virgins.
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St.Criox,St.thomas,and St.john are the islands of the US Virgin Islands; the British Virgin Islands consist of about 60 islands, including Tortola, Anegada and Virgin Gorda.
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St Thomas is one of the US Virgin Islands. Sao Tome is an island of the East coast of India, recently a colony of Portugal, now independent.
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The federal trial court for the US Virgin Islands is the District Court of the United States Virgin Islands, which has two Divisions, one in St. Croix and the other in St. Thomas/St. John. This District is part of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, which is where an appeal to a decisi…
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ISV can stand for Independent Software Vendor, In-service, or Internal State Variable. It can also stand for the International Standard Version of the Bible.
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Oklahoma's total area covers 69,898 square miles. In terms of total areas, Oklahoma ranks number 20 out of all 50 states of the United States. Alaska's rank is one on this list with about 663,267 square miles.
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At present, the Governor of the Virgin Islands is John Percy deJongh, Jr. Second in command is Lieutenant Governor Gregory R. Francis. There are 26 department is the government structure, led by commissioners and directors appointed by the governor and confirmed with the advise and consent of the Vi…
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There is 78 miles that separates San Juan in Puerto Rico from St. Thomas. The estimated flight time between these two locations is 38 minutes.
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OUT-L.A.S.T. MMA training center in st Thomas usvi.
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The U.S. dollar.
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Nome do seu primeiro filho
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The Islands were bought from Denmark in 1917. They had been a profitable colony until the mid 19th century, but became a liability after the abolition of slavery and changing sailing routes in the region. Denmark was thus eager to sell and during WWI USA finally wanted to buy to eliminate the risk o…
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All of them.All 50 states are north of the euqator.
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All 50 states in the United States are north of the equator. The state of Hawaii is closest but is still several degrees north.
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the major landforms are mountains and hills
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The White House has ALWAYS been located in Washington, DCFail in History the white house was first located in Virginia because of the Revolutionary war needed the Adams family. After the war it moved to Washington D.C.
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The US was never completely isolated from the rest of the world. Trade made the US an active member of world affairs. It was during the period of the 1890s that the US foreign policy became influenced by imperialism. During that decade, the US became the most important industrial power in the world.…
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It depends on where are you from. For Chinese, they can join a travel group, this will be easy and ensure high possibility to obtain the visa. Try to work with big agents in China (CITS, CYTS, etc) as big agents normally have good relationship with embassy. For those with foreign passport, it will b…
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All of the U.S. states are north of the equator. However the United States does have one territory south of the equator, American Samoa.
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China doesn't have any states, but has 34 provinces (including Taiwan).
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The monkey croos the road
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There are three Virgin Islands. It is an island group in the Carribean Sea to the Southeast of Puerto Rico. From largest to smallest St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John
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It was a former Spanish Colony that was ceded to the US in 1898.
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CELLULAR! A cell phone sends and receives signals through a grid of towers called a "cell" of all the towers used by your phone company. Therefore, cell stands for cellular.
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U.S. Virgin Islands - St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John. Denmark ruled for almost 300 years. Sold islands to US in 1917
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Canada with 36,563 islands.
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The USVI are made up of four islands, St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. John, and Water Island.The British Virgin Islands are made up of more than 70 islands and cays.The "Spanish" Virgin Islands (a tourism and marketing title) refers to Culebra, Culebrita and Vieques.
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South Carolina and South Dakota
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There were 33 States in the United States in 1860. These were, in order of admission and/or ratification: DelawarePennsylvaniaNew JerseyGeorgiaConnecticutMassachusettsMarylandSouth CarolinaNew HampshireVirginiaNew YorkNorth CarolinaRhode IslandVermontKentuckyTennesseeOhioLouisianaIndianaMississippiI…
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All fifty states are north of the equator.
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Tall grass prairie, short grass prairie, mixed grass prairie.
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All four USVI together are about 109,000The population of the British Virgin Islands is approximately 22,000, most of whom live on Tortola.
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New York, Maryland, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Maine, North Carolina...
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Four percent (4%) or two of 50. They are Alaska and Hawaii. The only two states in the U.S. that do not touch any other states are Hawaii and Alaska.
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According to 2005 census data, 80.2% (237,854,954) of the United States population is white. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, National Population Estimates.
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