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viva

Any of one or more practical parts of an examination for entrance into the relevant Royal College, in which the candidate interacts live (“viva”) with two or more examiners.
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Keywords: Biases, Objectivity, Structured, Viva voce.
Among these, is the use of oral examinations or viva voce.
Unfortunately, the new Viva can't claim to be from Luton because it's made in Korea.
You can tell the Viva was developed on our roads because the ride is comfortable, even more so with a few people on board.
Mirror to mirror the Viva is slightly longer and narrower than Volkswagen's Up, which of course is its natural rival.
Even the Up, and its brothers from Skoda and Seat, can't match the Viva on price.
In fact, the Viva and Kadett were sold alongside each other in many markets.
Many were built at the then new Ellesmere Port plant in Cheshire and the Viva began to gain fans because of its light, easy to operate controls and slick gearchange.
Since Vivas was formed, the foodservice market has been hit by the recession but Vivas claims sales have been robust in the first year, boosted by strong sales to the healthcare sector.
I've got seven legs,'' Vivas said, pulling a club and a putter from his golf bag.
Dayhoff, Wright and Vivas joked most of the way through the 18 holes, keeping their team at par throughout the day.
He will sponsor Vivas and two other amputees who will participate Monday because to help the cause and because it is ``a new venue to socialize and be active'' with the three disabled athletes.