In the McVeigh case, even as early as his arraignment, defense attorneys sought a change of venue.
Her assistant was sent off to bring her outfit to the venue where the event was held.
Sometimes a dealer will suddenly insist on changing the venue of a deal, leaving a U.C. without any backup in the area.
And the people that were starting to follow your venue, are now turned off because you just made them listen to a bad band.
Also, because of a last-minute change of venue necessitated by the weather, there will be no balloon drop following his speech.
Sismondi was blind to the fact that the venue has been changed altogether.
If you change the venue to Etruria, the same arguments will apply.
This venue is in law Latin vicinetum, neighbourhood, which gave Anglo-Fr.
"Only the venue changed to shipboard," gasped I against the wind.
We asked for a change of venue from that county to Marion County; but they would not grant it.
early 14c., "a coming for the purpose of attack," from Old French venue "coming," from fem. past participle of venir "to come," from Latin venire "to come," from PIE root *gwa- "to go, come" (cf. Old English cuman "to come;" see come). The sense of "place where a case in law is tried" is first recorded 1530s. Extended to locality in general, especially "site of a concert or sporting event" (1857). Change of venue is from Blackstone (1768).