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VAT

abbreviation for VALUE ADDED TAX.
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haec ego castra sequar; vates tua castra canendo / magnus ero
Un o'r bands nes i ddim eu gweld oedd Vates, grwp sy'n cynnwys yr hynod Dewi Prysor.
The penultimate part, "Programming, Criticizing and Libelling," presents papers by Erika Rummel on "Argumentis, non contumeliis : The Humanistic Model for Religious Debate and Erasmus' Apologetic Letters," Jane Griffiths on "The Grammarian as 'Poeta' and 'Vates': Self-Presentation in the Antibossicon," and Iordan Avramov on "Letter Writing and the Management of Scientific Controversy: The Correspondence of Henry Oldenburg (1661-77)." These papers also indicate the importance of letters for publication to predispose a reader.
The Scotch Curled types included a couple of reliable old workhorses, 'Vates Blue' (sometimes listed as 'Dwarf Blue Vates') and 'Winterbor,' as well as two varieties relatively new to the U.S.
Ovid's use of vates in Amores 3.9 clarifies one aspect of his poetic debt to Tibullus and at the same time brings further understanding to the tone and purpose of the poem.
Detective Raymond Vates Noel Palomaria Jack Malcolm Moorman Detective Lucky Tom Ellis Charles Lanyer Andy Michael Waite Doug Arron Zeffron Detective Hendrickson Steve Andrews Detective Jenkins K.D.
Bowie speaks of the modern version of the French poet as vates whose often painful insights are spoken from the fringes of the social world.
Reggae group Estynedig, a combination of members of rock groups Anweledig , Estella and Vates will headline the festival tonight.
Drayton's ideal of the public vates - ordained with connections to the divine, a glorifier of his people and a teacher of decency - led him to view the Celtic bard as the perfect pattern for the poet.(12)