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VITA

(VMEbus International Trade Association, Fountain Hills, AZ, www.vita.com) A trade association that supports the VMEbus and other open standards. Founded in 1984, VITA was accredited as an ANSI standards development organization in 1993. See VMEbus.
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This reflects the strong franchise of Poste Vita in Italy, where it is the largest life insurer by premiums, with a market share of 19%, and its strong financial performance.
To be fair, the Nintendo 3DS did come out a year earlier than the PS Vita, and it has a lot of fan-favorite titles that are exclusive to the platform.
Lady Victoria Sackville-West often repeated this phrase in her personal writings (19), but it was a sentiment her daughter Vita also came to believe--and inhabit--as she grew older.
These VITA 67 connectors are ideal for high frequency systems as well as applications where space is at a minimum.
Vita - who often broke down during his trial- showed no emotion as he was led handcuffed to the cells.
The Vita TV launches in Japan on November 14th and will be available at a price of 9,480 yen ($95).
At the same time, the innovative composite material can also be milled more cost-effectively than comparable CAD/CAM materials - the milling times for VITA ENAMIC restorations are the shortest both in normal and in fast milling mode, while also ensuring a longer service life for diamond milling tools.
According to Jason Johnson, executive vice-president of operations at Vita Nonwovens, the transaction is an excellent opportunity for the company.
PS Vita comes equipped with a 5" OLED touch screen, dual analogue sticks, front touchscreen and rear touch pad, two cameras and a built in microphone.
The PS Vita is an impressive piece of hardware that brings gaming to a whole new level," stated Bob Puzon, vice president of merchandising at GameStop.
With the PlayStation Vita 3G, users can play their favourite games anywhere and use the location-based features in the games, while keeping up with their gaming community and other social networks.
According to the Center for American Progress, last year, VITA programs were responsible for returning more than $1 billion in tax refunds to low-income residents, many of whom are able to boost their incomes by filing for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) through their local VITA sites.