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  • The relationships and evolution of the southwest Pacific warbler genera Vitia and Psamathia (Sylviinae).

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  • She had lodged a complaint with the police against 15 people of her village Vitia under Govindpur Police Station for unleashing 'inhuman torture' on her and sought protection to return home with her family....

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  • Turns out that Mike of Vitia, Clancy of Culture Cat and several other agencies were discussing plagiarism and the way to catch it.

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  • In Scotland Pope Gregory X. entrusted the collection of this tax to Master Boiamund (better known as Bagimund) de Vitia, a canon of Asti, whose roll of valuation formed the basis of ecclesiastical taxation for some centuries.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 "Baconthorpe" to "Bankruptcy"

  • For, as Dr. Rochecliffe informed her afterwards for her edification, promising, as was his custom, to explain the precise words on some future occasion, if she would put him in mind — Virtus rectorem ducemque desiderat; Vitia sine magistro discuntur.

    Woodstock

  • For, as Dr. Rochecliffe informed her afterwards for her edification, promising, as was his custom, to explain the precise words on some future occasion, if she would put him in mind -- _Virtus rectorem ducemque desiderat; Vitia sine magistro discuntur_.

    Woodstock; or, the Cavalier

  • Vitia in proximum quamque transiliunt [Our vices leap on to the man next to us].

    The Ten Commandments

  • I am currently writing a PhD thesis that in part deals with the place of the ANZAC mythology in Australian culture, and I have to say I agree with Vitia, this is a very Australian-centric viewpoint.

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  • Vitia typographica, praecipue interpiinctio ed.Fabric. interdum bene «mendantur; in - tftr -

    Theophili Christophori Harles Introdvctio in historiam lingvae graecae

  • Beehler (who I’d say is best known for his work on birds-of-paradise) published a brief paper on the bird in 1983 and thought it most likely that it was a species of Vitia (Beehler 1983), a genus regarded nowadays as synonymous with Cettia (Orenstein & Pratt 1983).

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