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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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Long after I had thought never to read it--in fact when I was 'nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita'--I read Milton's "Paradise Lost," and found in it a majestic beauty that justified to me the fame it wears, and eclipsed the worth of those lesser poems which I had ignorantly accounted his worthiest.
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.
Ars longa," said Captain Wragge, pathetically drifting into Latin -- "vita brevis!
Sospite nunc patria, fracto nunc funeris antro, Mors ubi dira fuit vita salusque patent.
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Hosking joins the current VITA Board of Directors consisting of :
Vita's book presents his long-time effort to group the Amarna letters (EA) from Canaan according to the individual scribes who wrote them.
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