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“Sony's E3 should have been all about their new portable console, codenamed the Next Generation Portable NGP and rumored to be marketed under the name "Vita".”
“Crafted from MDF, Vita is available in a variety of colors including the white pictured, anthracite, sand and light blue.”
“Vita is a modular system which includes cabinets and shelves.”
“Having recently been through the tenure process (in which having a very detailed Vita is a requirement) I offer the following thoughts …”
“The Vita is now behind us and I have just finished Book 1 of Jewish Antiquities, putting me just about where I need to be on Day 3.”
“What's difficult about not addressing the problem of temporality in the Vita is I think you end up missing part of the Alfredian project as a whole -- learning becomes a process, true -- but it is also a manifested fact, one that happens (in Asser's Life at least) miraculously for the king.”
“The main reason I am working at Vita is to be part of a process and to observe a process of an agency going through changes to actively become a Safe Haven for those in care.”
“Users looking for a more tactile experience can play with the device in pop-up stores that the company is calling Vita Social Clubs in cities like San Francisco, Boston and Los Angeles.”
“The meaning of the word Vita is similar to being fed up.”
“Nuria, who writes Spanish Recipes from Barcelona, Spain and Maryann of Finding La Dolce Vita from the state of New York are two of the world’s nicest people.”
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