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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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Melinda Schlitt's beautifully written and reasoned, "Giorgio Vasari and Francesco Salviati: Friendship and Art," frames her discussion between an insightful analysis of two portraits: one sent to Vasari by Salviati as an overture to friendship; the other, the engraved portrait created to introduce Salviati's biography in the 1568 Vite, which served as Vasari's visual gloss on the verbal portrayal of the artist's art and character.
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At this time, scholars began to focus on the influence of various literary genres on Giorgio Vasari's sixteenth-century Vite de' piu eccellenti pittori, scultori e architettori, the generative source for artistic biography in the early modern era.
The Council just passed the biggest anti-jobs/anti-economic development proposal in the nation," Vite said.
Innovative in its compilation of twelve interviews with various Italians, six men and six women, varying in age from adolescent to senior and from different walks of life, Vite italiane offers a series of related 'schede di cultura that provide a factual framework to the discussions that emerge.
Charles Vite, DVM, an assistant professor of neurology at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine, describes the phenomenon as follows: "The cat has a dull look about it and starts to act oddly--a bit spacey.
You're hosting an imaginary dinner party and can in vite anyone in the world,living or dead, to your house for one night onl y.
These fall under two headings: the first six are devoted to "Bellori and the Republic of Letters in Seventeenth-Century Rome," the other five to his better-known book, Le vite de' pittori, scultori, ed architetti moderni, first published in Rome in 1672.
The series "Vide fait" (Done void; the title is a play on vite fait, "done quickly"), 2001-2002, reverses the balance in favor of an emptiness ruptured only at the margins by a few lines and braids of thick, vivid colors set down with a syringe.
C'est d'ailleurs dans le cadre de cette incommensurable salle de classe que Gisele acquiert tres vite un souci du detail scientifique qu'elle soumet ensuite au faisceau dune vision artistique particuliere.
La forme d'une ville change plus vite, helas, que le coeur des humains: Cent cinquante poemes, 1991-1998.