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venue

A popular UK term for a place where a seminar, conference or meeting is held.
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The complete redesign of CSN delivers significant improvements to usability and search relevancy and is designed to help meeting planners find the perfect event venue with ease.
According to Councill, a narrow interpretation of the patent venue statute will mean that patent owners won't be able to bring patent infringement litigation in most forums where a defendant is subject to personal jurisdiction under the "resides" prong.
One of Litewaves' first customers to invest in Avid VENUE | S6L is Blue Sound s.a.l.
Venue owners can register at musicvenuetrust.com to have their say, or for more information visit Save Newport's Nightlife's Facebook page.
For safety of general public and maintenance of law and order at venue, the ICT police and Law Enforcement Agencies shall not be obstructed to check/search of any vehicle/person coming to attend the Jalsa anywhere in ICT.
For example if the performer includes any action, word or material in the performance that is, for example, lewd in nature or refers to drugs or drunkenness then the venue might have a contractual right to retain a percentage of the fee.
26-27: Kazakhstan Oil & Gas Summit 2015 Venue: TBC, Almaty, Kazakhstan.
"The plan now is to continue growing whilst maintaining the excellent quality of our venue services.
The site is expecting the business leads forwarded to Chennai venues to reach at Rs 1cr/week within a months time.
On the other hand, the more expensive Venue 8 flaunts an IPS HD (1280x800p) display, faster 2.0GHz dual-core processor (integrated Intel HD graphics), 2GB physical memory, 16GB/32GB storage space, 5.0-megapixel main camera, a 2.0-megapixel HD web camera on the front and a 4100 mAh battery.
Information on the website says The Venue continues to lose money and received an PS87,000 subsidy from the local authority last year.