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Vito (saxophone)
Vito is a brand name of Leblanc which was started in 1951.-History:The Vito name came from Vito Pascucci who helped establish Leblanc's Kenosha, Wisconsin complex after World War II.

Vitrea is a genus of small, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Pristilomatidae.-Species:This genus contains more than 60 species including the following:subgenus Vitrea Fitzinger, 1833

Vitreous Humor (band)
Vitreous Humor were an independent emo band, formed in the late 1980s by Danny Pound, Brad Allen, and Dan Benson. Originally a quartet, the band had a revolving door of bassists until in 1993, Allen opted to play the bass. The group stayed as a trio for a year until the band took in Brooks Rice as their bassist, allowing Allen to return to his role of guitarist

Vitrification is the transformation of a substance into a glass. Usually, it is achieved by rapidly cooling a liquid through the glass transition. Certain chemical reactions also result in glasses

The surname Vitt may refer to:*Ossie Vitt , a Major League Baseball player.*Joe Vitt, the linebackers coach and assistant head coach of the New Orleans Saints.*Dale H. Vitt, an Australian botanist.

Viu or VIU may refer to:*Viù*Viu, Ardabil, a village in Iran*Virginia International University*Vancouver Island University*Venice International University

Vive, Viva and can refer to:-Arts and entertainment:*Viva , a Warhol "superstar"*Viva La Vida, an iconic artwork by Frida Kahlo, the title meaning

VIVA is a free-to-air 24-hour German language music and entertainment channel launched on December 1 1993 in Germany. The channel was originally operated by private German media group VIVA Fernsehen GmbH until 2004 when the brand was acquired by MTV Networks Europe

Viva (beverage)
Viva is a Peruvian brand of soft drink owned by Backus and Johnston and sold in Perú. Viva is a rival product to Inca Kola sharing the same characteristics such as the yellow color

Viva (film)
Viva is a 2007 feature film directed by Anna Biller. It's a faithful homage to sexploitation films from the 1960s and 1970s, but with a feminist twist. The film has received mixed reactions, and "illustrates cinema’s unique ability to blend high and low culture." Viva premiered at the Rotterdam Film Festival in 2007. Viva was released on DVD by Cult Epics on Feb. 24, 2009.

Viva (La Düsseldorf album)
Viva is the second and most successful album of Klaus Dinger's band La Düsseldorf. It has both "Rheinita", which was their most successful single, and "Cha Cha 2000", which has become their most famous song.

Viva (XM)
Viva is a channel on the Sirius XM Radio network that specialized in playing Latin Pop music from the 90s and Today. It was retired from the XM line-up on November 12, 2008 as part of the combined channel restructure resulting from the Sirius-XM merger

Viva voce
Viva voce is a Latin phrase literally meaning "with living voice," but most often translated as "by word of mouth."It may also refer to:*Italian for "live voice."*Voice vote in a deliberative assembly

Vivace is Italian for "lively" and "vivid". It is pronounced in the International Phonetic Alphabet.Vivace is used as an Italian musical term indicating a movement that is in a lively mood .

Viven is a commune in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in south-western France.-References:*

Viver is a town in the Castellón province of Valencian Community, Spain. It is in the comarca of Alto Palancia.- Geography :The municipality has an area of . It is crossed by the river Palancia, and an area in the south is part of the Calderona mountain range

Viverra is a genus of civet commonly found in Southeast Asia.-Species:* Malabar Large-spotted Civet * Large-spotted Civet * Malayan Civet * Large Indian Civet

Vivi (magazine)
is a Japanese fashion magazine published by K L. ViVi is one of Asia's top fashion magazines, and is published in Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Thailand

Viviane (Chausson)
Viviane, op. 5, is a symphonic poem by the French composer Ernest Chausson. Chausson's first true composition for orchestra, Viviane was begun in September 1882 and influenced by the music of César Franck and Richard Wagner, just after Chausson had attended the world premiere of the latter's last opera Parsifal at Bayreuth.Named after the fairy Viviane of Arthurian legend,

-Music:*Vivid , a Japanese rock band*Vivid , the 1988 debut album by Living Colour*"Vivid", a song by Fairy Fore*Vivid: Kissing You, Sparkling, Joyful Smile, a 2008 mini-album also known simply as Vivid, by Korean singer BoA

Vivid (BoA single)
"Vivid" is BoA's 26th Japanese single which is BoA's first double A-side single to include two PVs for the A-sides. In addition to the track "Kissing You", the single also includes the songs "Sparkling" and "Joyful Smile". The single was released on June 4, 2008.. "Kissing You" and "Joyful Smile" are R&B songs while "Sparkling" is consumed as a breakbeat song

Vivid (Electronic song)
"Vivid" is a song by Electronic, the eighth single released by the group. It was released in April 1999 by Parlophone in Britain and by Virgin in Germany. "Vivid" reached #17 on the UK Singles Chart.-Recording:

VIVID (media arts)
VIVID is a centre for the production and exhibition of media art, located in the Digbeth area of Birmingham, England.Established in 1992, VIVID works with contemporary new media and artist moving image through production, commissioning, exhibition and event programmes.VIVID commissions and exhibits work both for its own exhibition space and for other locations, provides spaces and

Vivienne is a common female first name derived from the Latin vivus, meaning "alive." A common alternate spelling is Vivian, which at one time was used mainly for males but is now also commonly used for females

Viviez is a commune in the Aveyron department in the Midi-Pyrénées region in southern France.-Population:

Vivification is an operation on a description logic knowledge base to improve performance of a semantic reasoner. Vivification replaces a disjunction of concepts C_1 \sqcup C_2 \ldots \sqcup C_n by the least common subsumer of the concepts C_1,C_2,\ldots C_n.The goal of this operation is to improve the performance of the reasoner by replacing a complex set of concepts with a single

"Vivir" is the fourth single of Belinda's debut studio album Belinda.- Information :The song served as the theme for the telenovela Corazones al límite , and quickly gained airplay in the charts

Vivir (Enrique Iglesias album)
Vivir is the second Spanish album from pop singer Enrique Iglesias. This album was a very successful release for the singer. The album includes three number 1 singles on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks charts in US: "Enamorado Por Primera Vez", "Sólo En Ti" and "Miente".In the United States it was certified gold and platinum on May 6, 1997,This album received a Grammy Award

Vivisection is defined as surgery conducted for experimental purposes on a living organism, typically animals with a central nervous system, to view living internal structure

Vivo (Clã album)
-Track listing:CD1CD2-References:, Info about this album at the Camões Institute website

Vivo (Luis Miguel album)
- Chart performance :-Sales and certifications:- Personnel :*Producer: Luis Miguel*Executive producer: Alejandro Asensi*Recording: Rafa Sardina*Recording assistant: Carlos Castro, Tom Kline*Digital recording: Marco Gamboa

Vivo (photography)
Vivo was a short-lived Japanese photographic cooperative.Eikoh Hosoe, Kikuji Kawada, Ikkō Narahara, Akira Satō, Akira Tanno, and Shōmei Tōmatsu — six of the participants of the celebrated 1957 exhibition Jūnin no me — formed the Vivo cooperative in July 1957, naming it after the Esperanto word for "life." They shared an office and darkroom in Higashi Ginza ,

A vixen is a female fox.Vixen may also refer to:-In the military:*HMS Vixen, various British Royal Navy ships*USS Vixen, various ships in the US Navy*Vickers Vixen, a biplane produced in small numbers in the 1920s

Vixen (album)
Vixen is the self-titled debut by the American all-female Hard rock/Glam metal band Vixen. It was released in 1988 in America and Europe, and featured the hit singles "Edge of a Broken Heart", "Cryin'" and "Love Made Me".

Vixen (video game)
Vixen is a platform sidescroller released in 1988 for the Commodore Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and IBM PC.A notable feature in the game was that the movements of the main character were captured from the moving picture thus making animation more realistic than usual in computer games those days.-Gameplay:You

Vixens, known in Japan as , is a three-episode Japanese erotic direct-to-video anime series based on the manga by U-Jin.-Further reading:

Viz (game)
Viz: The Computer Game is a single player racing game based on the Viz adult comic which was released in 1991 by Virgin Interactive

Vizard (surname)
Vizard is a surname, and may refer to:* Steve Vizard , Australian media personality, businessman and philanthropist* Ted Vizard , former Welsh footballer and manager

The VizieR Catalogue Service is an astronomical catalog service provided by Centre de données astronomiques de Strasbourg.The origin of the ViZieR Catalogue Service dates back to 1993 as the ESA European Space Information System Catalogue Browser

The city is located in the southern extremity of Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula, which is about 30 km long and approximately 12 km wide.The highest point is Mount Kholodilnik, the height of which is 257 m

Vlajka was the name of a small Czech fascist and nationalist movement, and its corresponding publication. The publication itself was founded in 1928, its first editor being Miloš Maixner; the movement became politically active in the 1930s.- See also :* Viktor Dyk, romantic poet and Vlajka contributor* František Mareš, philosophy professor* Jan

VLK may refer to :* Volume license key, a type of product activation key,* Vladivostok Avia, based on the airlines companies codes,

VOA (album)
VOA is the last solo album Sammy Hagar released before joining Van Halen. Around the same time Sammy Hagar joined Van Halen, guitarist Gary Pihl joined Boston

VOAR may refer to:*VOAR , a Canadian AM radio station*Arakkonam Naval Air Station, the IATA code for the base in India*Spring_ in the dialect of Shetland and Orkney

In speech, a vocable is an utterance, term, or word that is capable of being spoken and recognized. A non-lexical vocable is used without semantic role or meaning, while structure of vocables is often considered apart from any meaning

A person's vocabulary is the set of words within a language that are familiar to that person. A vocabulary usually develops with age, and serves as a useful and fundamental tool for communication and acquiring knowledge

Vocabulary (album)
Vocabulary is the debut album of British New Wave group Europeans. It was released on LP in September 1983; no CD version is available yet.-Track listing:All tracks written by Dugmore/Harper/Hogarth/Woore.#"The Animal Song" – 3:50

A vocation , is a term for an occupation to which a person is specially drawn or for which they are suited, trained or qualified. Though now often used in non-religious contexts, the meanings of the term originated in Christianity.-Senses:

Vocational school
A vocational school , providing vocational education, is a school in which students are taught the skills needed to perform a particular job

Vocative case
The vocative case is the case used for a noun identifying the person being addressed and/or occasionally the determiners of that noun. A vocative expression is an expression of direct address, wherein the identity of the party being spoken to is set forth expressly within a sentence

Voce was a premium Mobile Virtual Network Operator using the AT&T GSM network sold by Neiman-Marcus and created by Japanese company Faith Communications. During the month of January 2008, ownership was transferred to SunCal Midwest

Vocology is the science of enabling or endowing the human voice with greater ability or fitness.. Its concerns include the nature of speech and language pathology, the defects of the vocal tract , the remediation of speech therapy and the voice training and voice pedagogy of song and speech for actors and public speakers.Vocology has evolved recently from inter-relationships

Vodka , is a distilled beverage. It is composed primarily of water and ethanol with traces of impurities and flavorings. Vodka is made by the distillation of fermented substances such as grains, potatoes, or sometimes fruits.

Vodka (horse)
is a Japanese Thoroughbred racemare that won the 2007 Group One Tokyo Yūshun , the first filly to win this race in 64 years, as well as winning the 2009 Japan Cup. She won seven G1 races in Japan and is the highest earning racemare in Thoroughbred history.-Breeding:Vodka was foaled on 4 April 2004 at Country Bokujo in Hokkaido's Shizunai

Vodka (song)
"Vodka" was the song that represented Malta at Eurovision Song Contest 2008, in Belgrade, Serbia. It was sung by Gozitan singer Morena.The authors of the song, Gerard James Borg and Philip Vella have had songs in Eurovision five times ."Vodka" won the Malta Song for Europe 2008 with total 78 points "Vodka" was the song that represented Malta at Eurovision Song Contest 2008, in Belgrade, Serbia. It was sung by Gozitan singer Morena.The authors of the song, Gerard James Borg (lyrics) and Philip Vella (music) have had songs in Eurovision five times (2000, 2002, 2004, 2007 & 2008)."Vodka" won the Malta Song for Europe 2008 with total 78 points "Vodka" was the song that represented Malta at Eurovision Song Contest 2008, in Belgrade, Serbia. It was sung by Gozitan singer Morena.The authors of the song, Gerard James Borg (lyrics) and Philip Vella (music) have had songs in Eurovision five times (2000, 2002, 2004, 2007 & 2008)."Vodka" won the Malta Song for Europe 2008 with total 78 points (49 votes from the jury and 16,979

As a noun, "vogue" suggests transient fashionability, hence phrases such as "vogue word."Vogue can also refer for:* Vogue , the fashion magazine** Vogue , the British edition

Vogue (British magazine)
The British edition of Vogue is a fashion magazine that has been published since 1916.When British Vogue was launched, it was the first overseas edition of an existing fashion magazine. Under the magazine's first editor, Elspeth Champcommunal, the magazine was essentially the same as the American edition, but for its anglicised spellings

Voice may refer to:* Human voice* Voice control or voice activation* Writer's voice* Voice acting* Voice vote* Voice message-In film:* Voice , a 2005 South Korean film* The Voice , a 2010 Turkish horror film directed by Ümit Ünal

Voice (comics)
Voice is a Marvel Comics supervillain. Jason Cragg is not to be confused with David Angar, alias Angar the Screamer, who once used the alias of the Voice.-Fictional character biography:Jason Lorne Cragg was born in Gary, Indiana

Voice (LP)
-Side one:# "Decender" # "Stereo" # "Computer Failure" # "Loud Silence" -Side two:# "Play My Guitar" # "Exit Through Exit"

Voice Mail (album)
Voice Mail is a studio album recorded by John Wetton. Originally released in Japan-only in 1994. It was re-released in Europe under the title Battle Lines with the same content but a different cover

Voice of America
Voice of America is the official external broadcast institution of the United States federal government. It is one of five civilian U.S. international broadcasters working under the umbrella of the Broadcasting Board of Governors . VOA provides a wide range of programming for broadcast on radio and TV and the Internet outside of the U.S. in 44 languages

Voicemail is a computer based system that allows users and subscribers to exchange personal voice messages; to select and deliver voice information; and to process transactions relating to individuals, organizations, products and services, using an ordinary telephone

Voicemail (TV series)
Voicemail is an online television show that can be seen through the Full Episode Player. Each short webisode features Mike, played by Ezra Godden, with his voicemail messages played in the background. As each message plays they help explain Mike's actions

Voiceprint can refer to the spectrogram of a voice. More specific uses include:* VoicePrint, Canada's broadcast reading service* Voiceprint Records, an English record label* The stored template used to identify a person via their voice in Speaker recognition

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