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vivace

Music to be performed in a brisk lively manner
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It long ago took caviar off the menu because of the ethical issues, but now, restaurant owner Christa Kaplan says, "We have gladly put it back on offer after hearing about the Vivace caviar and testing it.
VIVACE is the first known device that could harness energy from most of the water currents around the globe because it works in flows moving slower than 2 knots (about 2 miles per hour.
The even faster "one-offs", such as former 18-footer world champion Peter Sorensen's Bethwaite 8 Vivace and Pierre Gal's canting keel Revolution, are even faster but have suffered some gear failures, resulting in some spectacular "crashes".
Also being introduced is a sparkling wine from Argentina, Vivace Spumante NV ($8), a 100% muscat wine made in the style of Moscato d'Asti.
The project, called VIVACE (Value Improvement through a Virtual Aeronautical Collaborative Enterprise) takes an integrated approach to design, translating specific customer requirements into aerodynamic and other modifications.
Not that it doesn't show its high spirits in the final movement, Vivace, but it basically maintains its grace under fire.
The only break in the piece's forward momentum is a short recitative-like section just before the final vivace.
THE Vivace Charitable Trust was founded with pounds 20 in1997.
He made every note count, from the slow, ponderous opening to the vivace finale.
NASDAQ:CDSW/TSX:CDE), a developer of medical software technologies for the global healthcare market, has launched Cedara Vivace, its new suite of 3D software plug-in components for examining images acquired from Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance imaging scanners.
Since the movement is a vivace, one expects it to bring excitement and energy without losing balance, but that never happened.
Given the company's focus on sales opportunities with global carriers, Vivace Networks will be increasing headcount in its sales, business development and customer support departments domestically and opening new offices in both Europe and Asia during Q4 of 2002.