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venue

Law
a. the place in which a cause of action arises
b. the place fixed for the trial of a cause
c. the locality from which the jurors must be summoned to try a particular cause
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Vint said: "The reputation of Everton Football Club and its academy is world-renowned and I am really excited about beginning my work at the club.
Though they are undoubtedly academic studies invested in making a case for each programme, both McCabe and Vint write with energy, making their studies light but not insubstantial.
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In the League Challenge Shield, Alnwick Town beat Cramlington Town Blues 6-1 - Harvey Colledge, Craig Vint, Reece Hogg, Tom Robinson and Billy Tolan-Brown (2) their marksmen.
Vint Cerf, Google's Chief Internet Evangelist and co-inventor of the TCP/IP protocol stack, commented, "In the short history of the Internet, the transition to IPv6 is one of the most important steps we will take together to protect the Internet as we know it.
WH Smith CEO Vint Rathbone will join the new owner as a consultant to the management team to ensure a smooth transition.
The Cold War Museum will lease a modest sized, two story building and secure storage facility at Vint Hill, located in Fauquier County, Virginia, less than 30 miles from Washington Dulles International Airport.
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Murphy and Sherryl Vint, clearly know their subject matter when they open their introduction to Beyond Cyberpunk: New Critical Perspectives by acknowledging cyberpunk's "tumultuous, conflicted, at times contradictory history" (xi).