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VAL

ISO 4217 code for the Vatican lira. It was introduced in 1929 upon the Vatican's independence from Italy. It was pegged to the Italian lira at a one-to-one ratio. Vatican and Italian coins circulated alongside each other in both the Vatican and Italy. The euro replaced both currencies in 1999.
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The Beam at the former Vaux Brewery site in Sunderland David Allan
With the 20th anniversary of the Vaux closure on the horizon, Marie's work sparked the idea of a documentary film by Lonely Tower about the brewery, the people who worked there and its place in the city.
On the grassy hill where the swift watchers gather, a three-sided kiosk dispensed information about Vaux's swift and the importance of Chapman School, one of the largest known roosting sites for the species.
From left, back, Peter Saul, David Pattison, Jack Hayton, front, Harry Hickman, Bill Watson and Howard Vaux
In High Plains Drifter, Anson Vaux states that Eastwood addresses several questions bothering American society, such as how one brings sense out of lynching and other herd-like human behaviours.
This includes the sinuous Veronica Belmont -- an MI6 honeypot dispatched to seduce Vaux and keep him under surveillance.
By way of developing this thesis, Vaux organizes her discussion of Eastwood's movies in four sections: westerns, mysteries, war movies, and healing narratives.
Terry Vaux, in mitigation, said White's refusal to give a breath test had jeopardised his chances of being taKen on in a fulltime job following a probationary period.
Release date- 16082012 - The Adelphi University Exhibitions Program is proud to feature Movement in Gray, a drawing exhibition with dynamic works by Richard Vaux, John Oswald, and Patricia Mamatos.
Vaux (film, Religious Studies Department, Northwestern University) analyzes the themes and artistic vision in 15 films directed by Clint Eastwood.
PETER VAUX, one of British racing's longest-serving stewards, will call time on his career on Tuesday, after officiating for 44 years.