Vertige (Choreographic work : Armitage) : Karole Armitage, wild ballerina / co-produced by Les Films d'Ici and La Sept ARTE in association with RM Associates and France Supervision, with the participation of Le Centre National de la Cinématographie ; directed by Mark Kidel ; produced by Serge Lalou.
Vertigo -- Diagnosis -- Congresses. : Differential diagnosis of vertigo = Die Differentialdiagnose des Schwindels = Diagnostico differencial de las enfermedades con mareo = Le diagnostic différential du vertigo / editor, Claus-Frenz Claussen.
Vertigo -- Early works to 1800. : Jos. Quercetani, Cons. & Medici Regii, Tetras gravissimorum totius capitis affectuum ... : Adjectus est in eorundem morborum curatione, praeter vulgarem medendi methodum, ingens selectissimorum medicamentorum spagyricorum numerus...
Vertisols -- Australia. : Behavior study of cracking clay soil with special emphasis on water relations / by Md Hossain Ali.
Vertisols -- Composition -- Congresses. : The Properties and utilization of cracking clay soils : proceedings of a symposium held at the University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia, 24-28 August 1981 / edited by J.W. McGarity, E.H. Hoult and H.B. So.
Vertot, 1655-1735. : A memorial sent from London By the Late Earl Stanhope : to the Abbot Vertot at Paris. Containing the following questions, relating to the constitution of the Roman Senate, (viz.) I. What was the ordinary regular method of admission into the senate, in the Four or Five first Ages of the Commonwealth? II. Why the Senate consisting then of none but Patricians, we read of some Patricians that were Senators, while others were only Private Men, and did not partake of that Dignity? And whether this Distinction came by Succession and Primogeniture: Or whether the Choice of the Candidates lay wholly in the Consuls, and afterwards in the Censors? III. For what Reason, after the Second Punic War, a Director was named on Purpose to fill up the Vacancies in the Senate; from whence one might infer, that the Romans had no common and regular Way of supplying those Vacancies, since they had recourse to the extradinary Power of a Dictator? With the Abbot Vertot's answer.
Vertot, 1655-1735. : Observations : on I. The answer of M. L'Abb́e de Vertot to the late Earl Stanhope's Inquiry, concerning the senate of ancient Rome: Dated December 1719. II. A dissertation upon the constitution of the Roman senate, by a gentleman: Published in 1743. III. A treatise on the Roman senate, by Dr. Conyers Middleton: Published in 1747. IV. An essay on the Roman senate, by Dr. Thomas Chapman: Published in 1750. By Mr. Hooke.