- Volunteer State
Volunteer State may refer to:
Tennessee, whose state nickname is "the Volunteer State"
Volunteer State Community College
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Volunteer State — Tennessee; a nickname. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Volunteer State — Tennessee (Details) (Details) … Deutsch Wikipedia
Volunteer State — noun a state in east central United States • Syn: ↑Tennessee, ↑TN • Members of this Region: ↑Chattanooga, ↑battle of Chattanooga, ↑Shiloh, ↑battle of Shiloh, ↑battle of Pittsburgh Landing … Useful english dictionary
Volunteer State — Tennessee (used as a nickname). * * * … Universalium
Volunteer State — Tennessee … Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games
Volunteer State Community College — Infobox University name =Volunteer State Community College established =1971 president =Dr. Warren Nichols city =Gallatin state =Tennessee country =United States nickname =Pioneers colors =Red and Blue website =http://www.volstate.eduVolunteer… … Wikipedia
Volunteer State Athletic Conference — The Volunteer State Athletic Conference ( VSAC ) was a former college athletic conference which was predominantly for smaller colleges in the U.S. state of Tennessee. The VSAC was organized in the 1940s and dissolved in the early 1980s. Member… … Wikipedia
The Volunteer State — «штат добровольцев». Официальное прозвище штата Теннесси, возникшее во время войны с Мексикой в 1847 г., когда на призыв губернатора Брауна собрать три полка (около 3000 чел.) откликнулось 30 000 добровольцев. Это псевдопатриотическое прозвище… … Словарь топонимов США
Volunteer (disambiguation) — Volunteer, Volunteers or Voluntary may refer to one of the following.Volunteerism*Volunteer, a person who performs or offers to perform a service out of his or her own free will, often without payment *See also volunteerism *Volunteer Aid… … Wikipedia
volunteer — (n.) c.1600, one who offers himself for military service, from M.Fr. voluntaire, noun use of adj. meaning voluntary, from L. voluntarius voluntary, of one s free will (see VOLUNTARY (Cf. voluntary)). Non military sense is first recorded 1630s.… … Etymology dictionary