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VITALVideo in Teaching and Learning (education cooperative; New York)
VITALVTLS (Visionary Technology in Library Solutions) Information Technology for Advanced Learning
VITALVHDL Initiative Towards ASIC Libraries
VITALVirtual Interactive Teaching at Liverpool (University of Liverpool)
VITALValidation of Integrated Telecommunication Architectures for the Long Term
VITALVehicle Intelligence and Transportation Analysis Laboratory
VITALVMS Integrated Technically Affordable Life-cycle-cost program
VITALVast Interface Test Application Language
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Movements produced in this way are vital movements, while mechanical movements are those in which the stored energy of a living body is not involved.
When a psychologist studies behaviour, it is only vital movements that concern him.
We may say that an "instinctive" movement is a vital movement performed by an animal the first time that it finds itself in a novel situation; or, more correctly, one which it would perform if the situation were novel.* The instincts of an animal are different at different periods of its growth, and this fact may cause changes of behaviour which are not due to learning.
At the same time, the candid citizen must confess that if the policy of the government, upon vital questions affecting the whole people, is to be irrevocably fixed by decisions of the Supreme Court, the instant they are made, in ordinary litigation between parties in personal actions, the people will have ceased to be their own rulers, having to that extent practically resigned their government into the hands of that eminent tribunal.
Again, no one will say that rudimentary or atrophied organs are of high physiological or vital importance; yet, undoubtedly, organs in this condition are often of high value in classification.
As in most groups of animals, important organs, such as those for propelling the blood, or for aerating it, or those for propagating the race, are found nearly uniform, they are considered as highly serviceable in classification; but in some groups of animals all these, the most important vital organs, are found to offer characters of quite subordinate value.
I was wrong in my estimate of the reserve of vital power left in him.
Delamayn is far from being the first man who has dropped at foot-racing, under the cruel stress laid on the vital organs.
"Well, my friend, this earth will one day be that cold corpse; it will become uninhabitable and uninhabited like the moon, which has long since lost all its vital heat."
The peculiar V-shaped mouth with its pointed upper lip, the absence of brow ridges, the absence of a chin beneath the wedgelike lower lip, the incessant quivering of this mouth, the Gorgon groups of tentacles, the tumultuous breathing of the lungs in a strange atmosphere, the evident heaviness and painfulness of movement due to the greater gravitational energy of the earth--above all, the extraordinary intensity of the immense eyes--were at once vital, intense, inhuman, crippled and monstrous.
The mechanism of life, the arrangement of the day so as to be in time everywhere, absorbed the greater part of his vital energy.
The acquisition allows PLA to expand its current offer, while Vital Networks gets the opportunity to reach a wider customer base.