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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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Viens is an experienced litigator, concentrating on business and commercial litigation, and defending clients in high-exposure tort cases.
Vien, Marie Therese, born Reboul, miniaturist and gouache painter (flowers, birds, shellfish) and etcher, * 26 Feb.
Mining company LKA Gold Incorporated (OTC Markets:LKAI) reported on Thursday the appointment of Francois Viens to its board of directors with effect from 15 April 2013.
In two separate police interviews played for jurors during trial, Viens described how he had bound and gagged his wife's mouth, feet and hands with duct tape so that he could sleep in peace back in October 2009.
Rather than face the music, Viens drove to a cliff edge where he leapt a fence and dived over the 80ft drop.
David Viens, 49, denied killing Dawn, 39, after a row over money he claimed she had stolen from his restaurant.
David Viens, 49, whose lawyers were to begin presenting his defense at trial on Wednesday, made the statements in March 2011 under questioning about the 2009 disappearance of his 39-year-old wife, Dawn.
Close to the medieval village of Viens, the chateau is equipped with a heated swimming pool and a tennis court.
The company president and chief executive officer, Francois Viens, said, 'We are pleased to see the impressive strength of the mineralized corridor at depths exceeding 1,000 meters.
But what his critics missed (and here not reading him makes a difference!), and what never made it into the headlines, is that the destabilizing agency in his work is not a reckless relativism or an acidic skepticism but rather an affirmation, a love of what in later years he would call the "undeconstructible." The undeconstructible is the subject matter of pure and unconditional affirmation--"viens, oui, oui" (come, yes, yes)--something unimaginable and inconceivable by the current standards of imagining and conceiving.
Kallenbach and Viens (2002) mention that there is a need in education for "active, authentic, problem-based approaches and performance based real world assessments." Teaching preservice teachers classroom teaching and management skills through direct application creates a productive environment which is supportive of critical thinking and problem solving skills (Kallenbach & Viens, 2002), this in consequence will improve their sense of teacher general and personal efficacy (Freytag, 2001; Parker and Guarino, 2001).