VITAE


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VITAEVideo Imaging Technique for Assessing Exposure
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In 2001, Bishop Franz Kamphaus of Limburg refused to ban Donum Vitae from his diocese not because he supported abortion, but because he saw counselling as a way to dissuade women from abortion (C.
The accuracy and speed of this system has enabled Vitae to solve challenging targets in multiple therapeutic areas - discovering and advancing attractive compounds in a rapid and highly capital efficient manner.
The Latin (and Vatican) custom is to spell titles with only one capital: Humanae vitae rather then the American custom of capitalizing all words in a title (Humanae Vitae).
In Plutarchi Cheronei Graecorum romanorumque illustrium vitae.
I am delighted to be a part of the successful team at Vitae and I look forward to helping the Company and its partners - both current and future - achieve their goals together via strategically aligned and value accelerating collaborations.
It is important to remember that Humanae vitae is not an infallible document, but it does demand that we show reverential respect for its guidance.
In the Disputationes, Landino holds there to be two genera vitae, otium and negotium.
Fiumenero joined Vitae in January 2006 as Senior Vice President, Finance and Administration.
The encyclical Humanae vitae and the Winnipeg Statement do not say the same thing.
In addition, Vitae will benefit greatly from Dick's technical depth and scientific insights in an array of relevant therapeutic fields including metabolic diseases, cardiovascular disease, CNS diseases, cancer and virology.
Not too surprisingly then, Bishop Carter considered Humanae vitae a "tragedy", to use his own word.