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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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Sunderland council should be given central government support to carry forward the Vaux Brewery joint project.
The Vaux development, when it is completed, will be a space that will create new jobs, workplaces and original communities.
From left, back, Peter Saul, David Pattison, Jack Hayton, front, Harry Hickman, Bill Watson and Howard Vaux
Anson Vaux puts it magnificently, "Only someone who has experienced violence can understand it enough to transcend it" [187].
This includes the sinuous Veronica Belmont -- an MI6 honeypot dispatched to seduce Vaux and keep him under surveillance.
With his trademark cheroot, the lighting of which signaled that he was about to dispatch bad guys, the coolly menacing and anti-heroic gunslinger epitomized a certain type of masculinity that Vaux associates with the apocalyptic "angel of death" in the Book of Revelation.
We have been working closely with Sunderland City Council and other public sector bodies to resolve the status of the Vaux site and this agreement reflects a new spirit of partnership," said Tesco corporate affairs manager Doug Wilson.
Appropriately, Vaux, a member of the famous brewery family but a farmer by profession, will bow out at Sedgefield, where he started his career in 1966.
Harding found the perfect investigator in Father Roland de Vaux, Dominican priest, biblical scholar, excavator of a Bronze-Age settlement, and head of the Church's Ecole Biblique in Jerusalem.
In this light, Vaux and Versailles can be seen as aesthetic experiments in assembling a mosaic of groups of people into a strong, united nation that could recognize itself not only in a ruler, but also in a system of values and experiences.
Vaux collection, in storage for decades at the Academy of Natural Science in Philadelphia, Record readers are probably very curious to see what some of those historic specimens actually look like.