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vara

[′vär·ə]
(civil engineering)
A surveyors' unit of length equal to 33⅓ inches (84.7 centimeters).
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On the outside, Vara Rainbow evokes a luxurious look, featuring a linear silhouette and sharp attention to detail.
20) In fact, the Judiciary Committee recommending VARA cited the facts of this very case as an illustration of a cause of action that would be precluded by the proposed public-presentation exception.
VARA rights are most often exercised in circumstances in which the work is made part of a building.
VARA does not apply to works made for hire; posters; maps; technical drawings; diagrams; models; applied art; motion pictures; or books and other publications and art produced primarily for commercial purposes, such as advertising, packaging or promotional materials.
Mr Phillips said a search of the vehicle revealed that Vara had hidden cocaine in the roof, between the windscreen and sun visor.
Otros tejidos con oro que entran en la Camara destinados a jubones, son el damasco pardillo y el amarillo, ambos a 450 maravedis la vara, y el tapete negro, a 500.
70), but it had freed Arco Vara of any obligations to support the JV in developing the planned apartment buildings in Riga, as well as towards servicing its liabilities, the vendor said.
La Vara joins a small but growing cluster of nouveau Jewish eateries in the neighborhood: The Montreal-style delicatessen Mile End, the appetizing store Shelsky's Smoked Fish, and the egg-cream-pushing Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain are all a short walk away.
Congress enacted VARA in 1990, (11) codifying a moral rights regime in the United States and granting visual artists rights apart from the economic ones provided by copyright.
Rodriguez elogio la labor desempenada por el Juez Vara de quien dijo ha sido paradigma de honestidad y excelencia.
Mr Vara was introduced to key members of the Produce World team including William Burgess, Chief Executive Officer and Neil Fraser, Chairman.
To fully investigate whether Second Life artwork, meaning works that exist only in Second Life, could receive VARA protection, this article examines several relevant VARA requirements.