vocare

See: call, title
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It will take over from Care UK in all areas except Staffordshire, where the 111 service will continue to be run by Vocare.
It will take over from Care UK in all areas except Staffordshire, where the 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week health phone line will continue to be run by Vocare.
The growth in revenue primarily reflects the full year effect of the Vocare acquisition which completed at the end of October 2017.
Contractor address : Vocare House Balliol Business Park Benton Lane
bharchitects.co.uk Vocare, a Totally plc company Vocare is a national leading provider of urgent health care services, including urgent care centres, GP Out of Hours and 111.
(Geneva: Droz, 2012), 7: 464: illud [phrase omitted] vocare solent recutiti Ismalitae, mire pronunciant Turcae, quo scripto representare non possum; quomodo me docuit lustus Raphelengius qui Constantinopoli Turcismo operam dedit.
By the meaning of its definition, vocation, from the Latin vocare (to call), is a divine calling to duty.
He generally uses [phrase omitted] (or vocare / vocatio, in cases where only the Latin translation is extant) to refer to the divine calling, as addressed to groups (Jews / Gentiles) or to individuals with specific missions (prophets, apostles, etc.) (6).
Si bien dibuja una nocion ciceroniana de la historia politica como un antagonismo puntuado por compromisos temporales entre las elites del Senado y el pueblo, a traves de sus tribunos; tambien recompone una idea ciceroniana de accion politica como advocacy; es decir: ad vocare, invocar, llamar por la voz.
(16) Nesse sentido, Pugliesi afirma que a 'actio' como conceito destinado ao ato ou o complexo de atos com os quais se afirma um direito em face de um adversario, com o fim de obter a satisfacao deste direito apenas surgiu no fim do Seculo I a.C., e que, para representar esta ideia, usavam-se termos como vindicar ('vindicatio'), 'manum inicere' ('manum iniectio'), 'pignum capere' ('pignoris capio'), 'in ius vocare' ('in ius vocatio'), e semelhantes (PUGLIESI, Giovanni.