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a.1.Pertaining to life; vital.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(20.) Vitalic Calugareanu, "Pericol de razboi la Nistru!" [Danger of war on the Nistru], Deutsche Welle, June 18, 2013,
Leading online pharmacy that offers customers complete ease of shopping for medicines and other healthcare products through its 24x7 online portal, Netmeds has its roots in Vitalic which has been in the Pharma sector for more than 100 years.
The headliners this year include Metronomy, Bonobo (Live), Lambchop, Vitalic, Austra, Sleaford Mods, Mykki Blanco, Optimo20 and Sinkane to name a few.
The universe evolves through our present state and a future in which stars will "grow grey in giving birth and death to unspeakably numerous and complex variations of vitalic development," eventually achieving an unknown Divine Will, before all finally recollapses into a singular point under Newton's law of gravity, "with a velocity accumulating in the inverse proportion of the squares of the distances at which lay the inevitable End."
VITALIC The weekend properly kicks off at La Belle Angele in Edinburgh tonight when the French electro producer brings his ferocious live set out to play.
In other words, it is necessary for the Universe in evolution to be so large in order that it can give the possibility for histories of civilizations to unfold inside it, in the progress of all towards the end--which Poe (1848: 118) calls the "vitalic development" that takes place during the process of return to the initial Unity: history occurs in the implosive phase of the Universe.
With Vitalic, Woodkid and others plying their trade at night, the white, fluffy beaches and quaint old harbour await festivalgoers in the daytime.
There is plenty on offer for all electronic music lovers - from techno, minimal and house to drum n bass, dubstep and hip hop - and with Underworld, Public Enemy, Richie Hawtin and Vitalic among the headliners for 2013, the Sunday night fireworks won't be the only things going off during the weekend!
She has shared the DJ booth with international names such as Stereonova, Alex Kidd, Trevor Rockliffe, Luke Solomon, M.A.N.D.Y, Lady B, Vitalic, and Moodyman.
Lamb's biggest hits in Europe include Hot Room - a 2001 solo track - and Bells, a collaboration with the French electro house artist, Vitalic (Pascal Arbez).
Pascal Arbez, aka Vitalic, has always walked his own path in music and made and played what suited him.