vivo

vivo In a lively and energetic manner; used as a musical direction.
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Vivo

(lively) Wine which is brilliant in appearance.
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Vivo

[photography] Vivo was a short-lived Japanese photographic cooperative. Eikoh Hosoe, Kikuji Kawada, Ikkō Narahara, Akira Satō, Akira Tanno, and Shōmei Tōmatsu — six of the participants of the celebrated 1957 exhibition Jūnin no me (10人の眼, Eyes of ten) — formed the Vivo cooperative in July 1957, naming it after the Esperanto w...
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Vivo

[Ti scrivo] `Vivo (Ti scrivo)` (English translation: `Alive (I Write To You)`) was the Italian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, performed in Italian by Luca Barbarossa. The song is a ballad, in which Barbarossa apologises to the recipient of a letter he is writing for using this method of communication. This recipient appears to b...
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Vivo

[telecommunications] Vivo (IPA, Portuguese for `alive`), legally known as Telefônica Brasil, is the largest telecommunications company in Brazil. It is headquartered in São Paulo. ==History== The company was originally formed as part of Telebrás, the state-owned telecom monopoly at the time. In 1998, Telebrás was demerged and privatized...
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vivo

lively
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vivo
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lively
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