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Vitruvian

In the style of architecture recorded by Vitruvius, a first century B.C. Roman architect and engineer, who wrote about the components and rules of design in a series of ten books, De Architectura; translations of this treatise have been a reference for designers in the Classical styles.
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Vitruvian Networks will use Mayo Clinics data related to biomarkers, cell therapy processes and clinical outcomes to guide further development of personalized therapies.
The Warrington-based internet marketing agency had been bought in December, 2007, by Vitruvian Partners, which was co-founded by David Nahama, Hoye's best friend and partner in GoIndustry.
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OAG, a provider of flight information (schedules and status), has been acquired by Vitruvian Partners, the company said.
UK-based flight schedule and analytics provider OAG has been acquired by UK-based private equity firm Vitruvian Partners, the company said.
Skyscanner has received the funding from a number of supporters comprising fund manager Artemis, independent investor manager Baillie Gifford and equity firm Vitruvian Partners, in addition to the inputs of new investors including Khazanah Nasional Berhad of Malaysia and Yahoo Japan.
Tinopolis, which de-listed from AIM in 2008 through a MBO backed by private equity firm Vitruvian Partners, has grown its turnover from PS50m in 2006 to over PS130m today and created a global media company based on several leading independent businesses.
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Last December, he led a pounds 58m buyout of other stakeholders with backing from Vitruvian partners.
In chapter 3, "Building Pandaemonium: Vitruvian Architecture in Paradise Lost," DuRocher illustrates how Milton's study of Vitruvius' De architectura allowed him to employ "the double strategy of celebraring and undermining the structure" (80), of simultaneously recognizing the achievement of heaven's architect (Mulciber) while questioning the moral "foundations" of the artifact.
Writing in the first half of the sixteenth century, one of the first modern writers on the subject Sebastiano Serlio harked back to Vitruvian notions of the origins of architecture 'Men's first coverings to protect themselves from the moisture of the rain and the blazing heat of the sun were made of tree branches supported on forked poles or rods and bound with willow branches .
John Mather, 29, vanished after failing to create a computer graphic of Leonardo Da Vinci's famous Vitruvian Man painting for a work project.