How vivo affected aiming is easily seen: with its bore level, a 4-pounder falconet ranged 250 paces.
One should not, for example, confuse habeo with abeo; or bibo and vivo.
Modo non resurgit mortale cadaver, sed resurgit anima quæ mortua jucebat in vivo Cadavere, &c. August.
In this case then the condition of the blood in vivo is satisfactorily explained by the absence of function of bone-marrow.
vivo tamen in ea ambitione et labore tanquam id, quod non postulo, expectem.
The figure is just as Vasari describes it, ritratto dal' vivo e senza artificio niuno.
A man is zonzo or vivo—a fool or more than capable—there is no medium.
Toxicity of oxygen for protozoa in vivo and in vitro: Animals defaunated without injury.
An exploratory investigation of the effect in vivo and in vitro of cockroach tissues on the viability of Newcastle disease virus.
Having no further need of the post administrador, or the services of his vivo mule, I sought the public meson.
in vivo in vi·vo (vē'vō)
Within a living organism.
Inside a living organism. Compare in vitro.
In nature; literally, “in life.” In vivo conditions are distinguished from those that might exist only in a laboratory. (Compare in vitro.)