ven-, vent-, veni-, ventu-
(Latin: come, coming)
2. To occur and as a result to stop or delay something from happening.
3. To take economic action that is designed to counter a trend in a market; especially, in order to stabilize country’s currency.
2. The action of intervening, stepping in, or interfering in any affair, so as to affect its course or issue. Now frequently applied to the interference of a state or government in the domestic affairs or foreign relations of another country.
3. The fact of coming or being situated between in place, time, or order.
4. Economic action that is designed to counter a trend in a market; especially, in order to stabilize a country’s currency.
2. To create something new by being the first to think of, make, or use something.
3. To make up something false, e.g., a false excuse.
2. The creation of something new.
3. A lie, or the telling of lies (used euphemistically).
4. The talent to create new things.
2. Displaying creativity or imagination in its design.
3. Involved in or concerned with invention.
2. A company’s assets as a whole, or the value of them.
2. In law, a death due to an unintentional accident without any violation of law or criminal negligence.
These are the words that the sheriff writes on a writ when the defendant is not to be found in his bailiwick (area of legal responsibility).
2. Etymology: from Latin pervenio, "to arrive, to reach” and then from French, parvenir, "to reach, to arrive, to manage to achieve something."
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The adventitia is the outermost connective tissue covering any organ, vessel, or other structure not covered by a serosa; instead, the covering is properly derived from outside; that is, from the surrounding connective tissue and does not form an integral part of such an organ or a structure.