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Venn

(ven),
John, English logician and philosopher, 1834-1923. See: Venn diagram.
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The management team of the combined entity will be comprised of members of existing management of both Venn and Encorium and will be lead by Mr.
Venn Life Sciences: Venn Life Sciences is a CRO providing drug development, clinical trial management and resourcing solutions to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device organisations.
Wales rugby star Sam Warburton gave a helping hand to Angela Venn, centre, in restoring veterans' medals at <B Cardiff's Venn Tailoring who are offering free restorations for military veterans whose medals are in need of bringing back to life Peter Bolter
Venn Tailoring has also been the tailoring provider for MoD St Athan for more than 10 years, which involves restoring medals and tailoring uniform for the military.
Mr Venn has more than 25 year's industry experience working with brands such as Honda, Volvo, Vauxhall, BMW and Porsche.
Venn added: "There has already been a lot of interest in the sire.
But Judge Roderick Denyer QC, sitting at Cardiff Crown Court, told Venn he would suspend the sentence because his actions had not been deliberate and he had been a man of good character.
The trainer admitted to being frustrated over his dispute with Venn Ottery's owner and former trainer Oliver Carter over who will ride the nine-year-old.
A FAIRYTALE will come true at the Festival if Venn Ottery lands the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
In addition, there are more than 50 built-in templates, such as literary comparison, historical period, hypothesis proof, lesson plan, research strategy, and Venn diagram.
The triangle met the Pyramid, and where the two intersected stood 12 young men wearing perplexed expressions, as if they'd just been told to dissect a Venn diagram.
Unlike Henry Venn, who had dominated the work and strategic planning of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) for a whole generation (1841-72), Stock was never the sole, nor indeed the major, influence on the policy of the mission society whose servant he was.