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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.
Le vite de' piu eccellenti pittori, scultori et architettori.
The setting of the poem employs the piano in constant running sixteenths (Tres Vite) in the right hand with a wide spaced chord on the downbeat of each measure in the left hand, followed by a single line that outlines the vocal melody above.
Judges decided Caf Vite was streets ahead in its efforts to reduce the impact of its operation on the environment.
Earlier Wayne Smith had to extra every ounce of energy from Vite Royale to see off a two-pronged challenge from the Kieren Fallon ridden Seraphim Du Paon and Gerald Avranche's Nieshan in a nail-biting finish.
cries the director into his radio, plus vite backdrops in a bluish blur,
Storie di Vite Pinot Grigio 2008 is a cut well above the run-of-the-mill Italian Pinot Grigio.
The Vite Plus Single Wall Sports Bottle ($15) is a 730-ml narrow bottle perfect for bicycle cages and car cup holders.
Following the text of the article in English and French, Vite and Boechat (both affiliated with the International Centre for the Rights of Children Deprived of their Family) present an in-depth analysis of the article's scope and provisions, member States' obligations under it, and its relation to other international human rights instruments.
This collection of essays, which focuses primarily on the vite of Baldinucci and Domenico, provides a welcome recontextualization of these and related writings, expanding the historiography of Bernini's biographies in particular, and the field of artistic biography as a whole.
On entend souvent ces expressions autour de nous mais surtout l'exclamation: " Le temps passe si vite, avant ce n'E[umlaut]tait pas comme E*a!".