VIROS

AcronymDefinition
VIROSVirtual-Memory Operating System
VIROSVirtual Institute for Research in Official Statistics (Statistical Office of the European Communities)
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Casaubon that he had once addressed a dedication to Carp in which he had numbered that member of the animal kingdom among the viros nullo aevo perituros, a mistake which would infallibly lay the dedicator open to ridicule in the next age, and might even be chuckled over by Pike and Tench in the present.
For so Livy (after he had described Cato Major in these words, In illo viro tantum robur corporis et animi fuit, ut quocunque loco natus esset, fortunam sibi facturus videretur) falleth upon that, that he had versatile ingenium.
Viros said he and three of his men rushed to the coconut plantation and found Vieron.
"deinde iste homunculus, in postico stans, iste negat mulieres oportere tantam libertatem quantam viros habere, quod Christus non mulier esset!
generossissime rector quanta generis claritate emineas quanta et illustris prosapiae celebritate fulgeas mirari tamen non desino quod ita vehementer litteratos viros tuis argumentis insecteris quippe qui litteris omnigenae eruditionis addictus non minus doctrina clarissimum genus illustres quam tui majores armis illustraverint.
inter quae maxime veneranda est doctorum dignitas qua praeditos video viros eminentissimos, eruditione admodum insignes ac proprios praceptores conspicio, quibus, siquid in hac juris utriusque professione profecerim, acceptum refero libenter, quorum eruditione fretus ausus sum licentiae gradum ab utriusque juris professoribus petere quorum sincaeros [sic] animos testor si quid in horrendo ac tremendo illo examine commisserim, quo cujusquam virulentum animum provocarem, nisi quod [36v] viderer juvenis admodum ad tantum munus in hoc cel ebratissimo gymnasio consequendum.
As TAG Heuer's international efforts have unfolded, Viros and his colleagues have had to alter their distribution strategy in order to advance their brand.
Just as important, says Viros, the move has "given us control of our destiny.
With the reservations expressed in the previous paragraph, one could quite easily adapt Cicero's words to an iambic sequence: `equus / <e.g.immanis>(15) alveo(16) qui tot invictos viros / ferat tegatque'.(17)
4.14, where he quotes Catullus 16.5-8 in defense of his poetic purpose and makes the point that summos illos et gravissimos viros have written lascivious poetry.
Scaliger's final appeal to Senneton is that his critics will come from among those who know neither him nor his work; the learned (doctissimos viros), by contrast, are fully cognizant of Scaliger's own blamelessness and innocence and that of his writings (et mea et scriptorum meorum integritas atque innocentia).
35 Andreae, 1849, 20, 46 (idem, 1799, 31-32, 70-71): "viro onmigena rerum cognitione et fervida pietate incomparabili," with whom he wanted to establish an "intimum amoris foedus, et societas." Indeed Hess was among the members of the Societas christiana Andreae listed for Herzog August in his letter of 27 June 1642, Wolfenbuttel MS Cod.