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  1. West Vir·gin·ia
    IPA[ˌwest vərˈjinēə]
    • 1. a state of the eastern US; population 1,814,468 (est. 2008); capital, Charleston. It separated from Virginia during the Civil War (1861) and became the 35th state of the US in 1863.

    • a state of the eastern US; population 1,814,468 (est. 2008); capital, Charleston. It separated from Virginia during the American Civil War (1861) and became the 35th state of the US in 1863.
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