VITAL

VITAL is a suite of digital asset management products by VTLS based on the open source Fedora architecture. It was unveiled at the 2004 American Library Association`s Midwinter Meeting. Version 2.0 was released November 29, 2005 after acceptance testing by Australian Research Repositories Online to the World. ...
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Vital

• (a.) Contributing to life; necessary to, or supporting, life; as, vital blood. • (a.) Belonging or relating to life, either animal or vegetable; as, vital energies; vital functions; vital actions. • (a.) Containing life; living. • (a.) Being the seat of life; being that on which life depends; mortal. • (n.) A vital part; ...
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vital

(vi´tәl) pertaining to life; necessary to life.
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vital

1. Belonging or relating to life, either animal or vegetable; as, vital energies; vital functions; vital actions. ... 2. Contributing to life; necessary to, or supporting, life; as, vital blood. 'Do the heavens afford him vital food?' (Spenser) 'And vital virtue infused, and vital warmth.' (Milton) ... 3. Containing life; living. 'Spirits that live...
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vital

life-sustaining adjective performing an essential function in the living body; `vital organs`; `blood and other vital fluids`; `the loss of vital heat in shock`; `a vital spot`; `life-giving love and praise`
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vital

[Adjective] Of the greatest importance, very necessary.
Example: It is vital that we all agree on a plan of action.
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Vital

[grape] Vital is a white Portuguese wine grape variety that is grown primarily in Western Portugal. Sometimes known under the synonym Malvasia Corado, the variety tends to produce rather neutral flavor wine with low acidity unless the grape is grown in vineyards of high altitude. Another common synonym in the Lisboa VR of the former Estrema...
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Vital

Vi'tal adjective [ French, from Latin vitalis , from vita life; akin to vivere to live. See Vivid .] 1. Belonging or relating to life, either animal or vegetable; as, vital energies; vital functions; vital actions. 2. Contributing to...
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Vital

Vi'tal noun A vital part; one of the vitals. [ R.]
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vital

Latin vita = life.
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vital

Necessary to maintain life. Breathing is a vital function.
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Vital

Necessary to maintain life. Breathing is a vital function.
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Vital

Necessary to maintain life. Breathing is a vital function.
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vital

performing an essential function in the living body
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Vital

The white grape comes from Portugal, Synonyms are Boal Bonifacio, Malvasia Corada, Malvasia Fina and Malvasia Fina de Douro. It is not allowed on the basis of the synonym with the variety Malvasia Fina be confused. According to done in 2013 DNA analysis it comes from a presumably natural cross between Malvasia Fina x Rabo de Ovelha, However, this i...
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vital

Type: Term Pronunciation: vī′tăl Definitions: 1. Relating to life.
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vital

urgently needed; absolutely necessary
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vital

urgently needed; absolutely necessary
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VITAL

Virtually Integrated Technical Architecture Lifecycle. A conceptual framework, designed by Apple, for designing, building and maintaining enterprise information systems.
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vital

vital 1. Relating to, or characteristic of life; such as, a vital process. 2. Essential to life; necessary to maintain life; such as, breathing, eating, and drinking are just a few of the things which are vital functions of life.
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Vital

Vital is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Vital

Vital: Necessary to maintain life. Breathing is a vital function.
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vital

[adj] - performing an essential function in the living body 2. [adj] - manifesting or characteristic of life
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