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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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Cvent offers software solutions to event planners for online event registration, venue selection, event management, mobile apps for events, email marketing, and web surveys.
The Supreme Court's interpretation of the patent venue statute narrows the meaning of "resides" for patent venue purposes, limiting a corporation's residence to only the State of incorporation.
"Exceptional demand for VENUE | S6L among leading live sound engineers makes it a very attractive investment for live sound companies."
In the video he says: "The people of Newport are rallying to create a Music Venue Association Wales, supported by the Music Venue Trust.
Weapons/firearms of any kind shall not be taken at/near venue of the Jalsa (weapons include Batons Sticks etc or any instrument that can cause bodily harm).
Obviously, a venue will not wish to pay a percentage of the fee to a performer that cancels their performance.
FEBRUARY 23-25: Offshore Regas Forum 2015 Venue: The Address Hotel Dubai Mall, Dubai, UAE.
Julia Cassin, who joins the firm as a venue specialist from the Hilton hospitality team, said: "After a number of years working in the hospitality industry, I gained a wealth of knowledge about the wedding industry, having the opportunity to co-ordinate weddings from the point of sale right through to all our bride and grooms big days.
“Some of the biggest and best venues in India are located in Chennai.
Venue 7 sports WXGA (1280x800p) capacitive screen and runs on the Android v4.2 Jelly Bean OS, powered by dual-core Intel Atom processor paired with Intel HD graphics, 2GB RAM and 16GB eMMC memory (expandable up to 128GB).
Huyton's The Venue is run by Knowsley Council as an events space, offering room hire and wedding packages.