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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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"For several years, the New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Center in Quakertown has provided services aimed at assisting young adults with behavioral health and substance use recovery," said Yanacek.
The funds will be used to support the development of Vitae's drug pipeline, which includes treatments for chronic kidney disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease and atherosclerosis.
Boehringer Ingelheim will lead development and commercialization of all products for Alzheimer's disease, while Vitae will have the right to develop products independently for certain other indications.
The bishops have cautioned pregnancy information centres run by Catholic agencies not to co-operate with or share services with Donum Vitae, since providing a certificate to allow an abortion is totally against Catholic teaching and would be cooperating with the evil of abortion.
The manuscript is full of references to the aquila or eagle (the volatile principle or sal ammoniac), aqua fortis or "strong water" (mainly nitric acid), aqua vitae (concentrated alcohol, often distilled wine), "dragons," (symbolizing "the volatile and fixed principles [mercury and sulphur]," 253), sophic mercury (describing the universal agent of transmutation) and the urine of Saturn (an ammonium salt), just to name a few.
Vitae: Executive director, The Wyman Center and Camp Wyman, Inc., Eureka, Mo.; 27 years experience in camp administration.
I cannot overemphasize the value of education, both for our residents, service participants and for the staff of New Vitae Wellness and Recovery."
the Winnipeg Statement of the Canadian Bishops on the encyclical Humanae vitae.
In Plutarchi Cheronei Graecorum romanorumque illustrium vitae..., ed.