USA is a proper noun. USA is (1) the army of the United States of America; organizes and trains soldiers for land warfare, (2) North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776.
The following articles provide more information about the proper noun USA.
This is the website for the popular national newspaper USA Today. On the website, readers can find the latest news both national and international, travel, weather, money, sports, life styles, technology, business. There are also links to the stock market, lotteries, politics, blogs, and headlines. USA Today is noted for its use of color photos and reader-friendly graphics.
Nikon USA is the American branch of the Nikon Company of Japan that was founded in 1946. The website lists all of its camera, binocular, microscopes and other instruments in full detail, and where to buy them. They also offer courses that users can sign up for on the website and take a various locations. At the Nikon Mall, users can find camera accessories, reconditioned cameras, and more.
The business page of this directory provides convenient access to business pages for each state in the USA as well as selected business products and services directories.
The recreation page of this directory provides convenient access to recreation pages for each state in the USA as well as selected recreational services directories.
Outlet shoppers are often willing to travel some distance to go outlet shopping. This web page lists selected outlet store malls that are located in western United States.
The Sony Corporation of America, based in New York City, is the U.S. subsidiary of the company in Tokyo. It is a manufacturer of audio, video, communications, and information technology products. It is also a major entertainment provider with music, motion pictures, television, computer entertainment, and other businesses. The website describes the company, its products, and has a store.
The website provides links to all kinds of information and services of the U.S. Government. It is organized by subject and by audience. There are links to auctions, benefits, grants, jobs, and much more.
USAJobs is the official job site of the United States Federal Government. This site lists jobs that users can search. It also contains information about the civil service exam, working for the federal government, compiling a resume, an orientation, information for people with disabilities, educational opportunities for students, information for veterans, and employer services.
Visa, headquartered in San Francisco, began in 1958 as BankAmericard; it changed its name to Visa in 1976. Over 13,000 financial institutions are members of Visa, which has over 520 million card holders in the U.S. Visa-branded cards are accepted at nearly 7 million merchant locations, and $17 of ever $100 is charged on Visa. Users to the website can find out about the types of cards and services.
This web page displays a political map of the United States, including the fifty states and their capital cities as well as major cities, highways, lakes, and rivers.
Museums are popular tourist destinations because people realize the importance of remembering history and cultures. On this page, visitors can learn about museums in the USA.
The names of the 50 USA states are often abbreviated for ease of use. This site features a table of U.S. States, Districts, Territories, and Possessions, with their standard and postal service abbreviations.
This site features United States road maps, topographical maps, and relief maps as well as detailed regional maps of the USA. View the map of the original 13 states, as they existed after the Revolutionary War.
Every airport has an official code to identify it. This site features US and worldwide airport codes. A helpful chart sorts airport codes by code, name, city, state, or country.
The regional directory is a database of local organizations in the United States of America, organized by category. Listed organizations include product suppliers, service providers, and non-profits.
Each of the fifty (50) states in the United States of America has a capital city. This State-Capitals.org website contains information about, and interactive maps of, these state capitals.
This is the official standard for geographic names used by the Federal government. Contains cultural and physical aspects of each geographic area as well as the official name and other geographic aspects.
This site provides data taken from the Census Bureau statistics. Users can search by topic, such as poverty or state median income, or many other subjects. There is a regional population finder for any city and a population counter that updates every minute. There are also links to news stories, publications of the Bureau, maps, and much more.
The following articles provide recent USA-related news.
Many EV manufacturers are working on developing recycling and refurbishment programs for their earlier electric models, but Nissan doesn't seem to have a plan yet for its 100,000-plus US Leafs.
Kyle Hyatt. CNET. Tuesday, 06 Aug 2019 01:20:53 +0000.
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