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“Having studied Reiki for two years, Vite is now taking private classes at a school in Xalapa called El Centro Brahamachandra.”
“Examining the photographs of Edna Vite is much like peering into the very depths of her heart.”
“(1500-71) and the series of "Vite" of the painters, sculptors, and architects, by Giorgio Vasari (1531-74) bring the artistic side of the Renaissance vividly before our eyes.”
“I was raised learning about the importance of education, and I want my children to be educated," said Vite, who works for the Los Angeles Unified School District.”
“Vite was French for “first”—it could also mean “hurry.””
“Use a good base coat (such as Sticky by Creative Nail Design), two thin coats of fresh polish, and a good, solid top coat (such as Seche Vite).”
“Vite, Père Espagne! called one of the brothers, probably Gaston.”
“He didn't score an e-Vite, not even to the environmental ball, where you sip wheat grass with zillionaires decked out in hemp gowns and L.L. Bean chinos.”
“I assume that the German force mentioned here is Crixuss army; see M. G. Bertinelli Angeli et al., Le Vite di Nicia e di Crasso Verona: Fondazione Lorenzo Vallo, A.”
“Vite Essel for a citizen councilmember, not a professional tac and spender and phony activist like Paul.”
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