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vi·ta

 (vī′tə, vē′-)
n. pl. vi·tae (vī′tē, vē′tī)
1. A curriculum vitae.
2. A short account of a person's life.

[Latin vīta, life; see vital.]

vita

(ˈviːtə; ˈvaɪ-)
n, pl vitae (ˈviːtaɪ; ˈvaɪtiː)
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) US and Canadian a less common term for curriculum vitae
[from Latin: life]

curric′ulum vi′tae

(ˈvaɪ ti, ˈvi taɪ, ˈwi taɪ)

n., pl. curricula vitae.
a brief biographical résumé of one's career and training, as prepared by a person applying for a job.
[1900–05; < Latin: course of a life]
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References in classic literature ?
But it was "una quistione di vita," and "vostro amico" must and could only be my miserable Raffles.
Apologia pro Vita Sua' (Apology for My Life), one of the secondary literary masterpieces of the century.
Sospite nunc patria, fracto nunc funeris antro, Mors ubi dira fuit vita salusque patent.
Chemed Corporation operates in the healthcare field through its VITAS Healthcare Corporation subsidiary.
A 19-year VITAS employee, Backoff has served since June 2002 as Senior General Manager of VITAS' Broward County hospice program, one of the two largest in the company.
Fife will leave his current position as vice president of bioethics and pastoral care for VITAS Healthcare Corporation.
The VCC was established to provide financial assistance to VITAS patients and families in need.
BEIRUT: Thanks to a partnership between Fransabank and Vitas Lebanon, over $20 million in microfinance loans was extended to low-income individuals underserved by traditional financial markets, executives from both institutions said at a joint news conference Tuesday.
This long-term agreement ensures that our patients will continue to have access to the very best medication management available," said VITAS CEO Tim O'Toole.
1) There is no lack of studies on this question using the categories of vita activa and vita contemplativa.
In the decades since the end of World War II, the men and women who served have been honored but have also surmounted many challenges, including healthcare issues," says VITAS Chief Executive Officer Tim O'Toole.
For more than 30 years, VITAS has met the needs of America's veterans near the end of life by honoring their sacrifice and service," says Tim O'Toole, VITAS chief executive officer.