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ARMS

APSAC Reocclusion Multicentre Study. A trial assessing the effect of anisoylated plasminogen streptokinase activator complex (APSAC, or anistreplase) on coronary artery patency post AMI.
Conclusion At 90 min, 73% had patent infarct-related vessels; at 24 h, 96%; at 2 months, 11.5% reinfarcted.
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continues to expand its small arms destruction program.
The shorter the arm radius (degree of elbow bent), the faster the motion.
Powers is not persuaded that the developed world, following the lead of the United States, was seriously interested in reevaluating the arms export industry even before September 11; it is even less so now in its wake.
The lion's share of the international arms trade consists of above-board deals between corporate entities and national governments--Lockheed Martin selling a package of F-16 fighter planes to Chile, to cite one recent example.
The war caused severe economic difficulties for Jordan, making it increasingly difficult for the government to increase or to maintain its expenditures on arms.
Here's how ARMs work: Banks make adjustable rate mortgage loans and typically sell them to government agencies such as the Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA or Ginnie Mae), the Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA or Fannie Mae), or the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC or Freddie Mac).
Note: Various muscles in the chest and back regions insert on the shoulder complex and thus play roles in the various planes of the arm.
We do not support measures that would constrain legal trade and legal manufacturing of small arms and light weapons.
For more information on the ARM ATAP program, please email info@arm.
Streamlining with dolphin kick, using two kicks to one arm pull (both arms, 25-50 yards).
ARM started the Rhythmyx implementation, and plans to extend the system to all business users until they have a complete CMS solution.