Viva Voce

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Viva Voce Definition

(Lat. with the living voice). Verbally. It is said a witness delivers his evidence viva voce when he does so in open court. The term is opposed to “deposition.” It is sometimes opposed to “ballot;” as, the people vote by ballot, but their representatives in the legislature vote viva voce.

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(Lat. with the living voice). Verbally. It is said a witness delivers his evidence viva voce when he does so in open court. The term is opposed to “deposition.” It is sometimes opposed to “ballot;” as, the people vote by ballot, but their representatives in the legislature vote viva voce.

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    SC order legalizing 27th BCS first viva voce upheld, The New Nation (Dhaka, India); July 12, 2010

    SC order legalizing 27th BCS first viva voce upheld., The New Nation (Dhaka, India); July 12, 2010

    Viva Voce! to sing classic carols at concert, Deseret News (Salt Lake City); December 5, 2004; Edward Reichel Deseret Morning News

    Viva Voce! hosts festival, Deseret News (Salt Lake City); February 23, 2003; Edward ReichelDeseret News music critic

    Surprises in store with Viva Voce!, Deseret News (Salt Lake City); November 30, 2003; Edward Reichel Deseret Morning News

    Rich, electronic sound of Viva Voce on its way, AZ Daily Star; August 27, 2004; Sarah Mauet, ARIZONA DAILY STAR

    VIVA VOCE, The Stranger; September 14, 2006; Moorman, Trent

    Viva Voce! to put on multimedia show, Deseret News (Salt Lake City); April 20, 2003; Edward ReichelDeseret News music critic

    Viva Voce KN, Yakima Herald-Republic; April 21, 2006; Kim Nowacki

    Viva-Voce for Hon’s Admission Seekers of JnU Tomorrow, The New Nation (Dhaka, India); January 30, 2014

    DU ‘Gha’ unit viva voce on Feb 23, The New Nation (Dhaka, India); February 12, 2009

    Band spotlight — Viva Voce, Yakima Herald-Republic; April 21, 2006; Kim Nowacki

    Treasures from the Attic: Viva Voce Records, Journal of American Folklore; July 1, 2000; Trew, Johanne

    Viva Voce, Pittsburgh City Paper; September 13, 2006; Jentzen, Aaron

    Viva Voce! plans 2 holiday concerts, Deseret News (Salt Lake City); December 8, 2007

    [c]AAIOU viva-voce exams to start Monday., Daily Post (Lahore, Pakistan); December 5, 2010

    Live!; Who: Viva Voce, Cut Off Your Hands When: 9:30 p.m. tomorrow Where: Iota Club and Cafe, Arlington, The Washington Post; June 4, 2009

    Viva Voce for JU Admission Begins Mar 18, The New Nation (Dhaka, India); March 7, 2014

    viva voce, Webster’s NewWorld Dictionary; January 1, 1988

    REVIEW Viva Voce Soars in Cathedral Setting, New Zealand Herald (Auckland, New Zealand); July 5, 2010

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