vitalis

See: vital
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The names of some of the best of these chroniclers are Eadmer, Orderic Vitalis, and William of Malmesbury.
St Vitalis of Assisi, a Benedictine monk who died in 1370, was reputed to have repented after living a life of debauchery.
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The written world; past and place in the work of Orderic Vitalis.
Vitalis for his comforting words and Service and all who attended.
Vitalis wrote of conventional accounts of Egypt's incorporation into the world market, arguing that the standard interpretation "relies on comparison with a highly stylized account of the putative development trajectory of Great Britain and France.
Vitalis Kinsly, aged 42, of Alpha House, Barras Green, Stoke Heath, Coventry, assault, ordered to serve a 12-month community order, shall attend appointments with a supervising officer, shall perform 140 hours unpaid work for 12 months, pay pounds 100 compensation.
CIOs have to fight for every dollar and be very proactive," according to Vitalis.
The 69-year-old Italian saw his side ease past Portuguese minnows Lagos 3-1 at the Estadio Municipal a day after they drew 1-1 with Liga Vitalis side Portimonese.
Not sure which was the bigger surprise, learning that it was now the Vitalis Sun Bowl or that they still sold Vitalis.
Younger generation men are slapping on Aqua Velva aftershave and Vitalis hair tonic.
LATVIA: Coach Aleksandrs Starkovs is confident that team captain and midfield lynchpin Vitalis Astafjevs will be fighting fit after a knee injury by the time they kick-off tagainst the Czech Republic next Tuesday.