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venue

A popular UK term for a place where a seminar, conference or meeting is held.
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Perhaps every artist does not warrant the sustained attention of historians, but Madame Vien, by virtue of her position as one of the limited number of French academiciennes, deserves at least one scholarly investigation.
Most recently, Viens has served as CEO of Bear Lake Gold.
Viens poured some of the fluid from the drum down the grease trap at his restaurant in Los Angeles.
Viens, a chef who owned a restaurant with his wife in the town of Lomita, south of Los Angeles, told detectives in the recordings that during a quarrel with his spouse he bound and gagged her with duct tape and went to sleep.
AccesLogis Quebec has opened Residences Gravel et Viens, which includes 15 adapted Housing Units for Persons with physical disabilities.
During the heady days of the Second Vatican council, Bishop Gerard-Marie Coderre spearheaded the introduction of the Viens vers le Pore catechism from France and Belgium into Quebec in 1964.
The results of this research were published in a book by Julie Viens called MI Grows Up.
[beaucoup moins que] J'etais deja tres fier d'etre parmi les 5 nommes et c'est une belle recompense pour la saison que je viens de vivre a Malines.
Brian Ellison (pictured) thinks quite a bit of Viens Chercher, who could cause a bit of a stir in the Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle.