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acre

A non-SI (International System) unit of surface area, equal to 4046.86 m2.

ACRE

Appropriateness of Coronary REvascularization Study. An observational survey evaluating patients with coronary heart disease who underwent angiography at Barts and London hospital.
Trust Conclusions
(i) Increased duration of wait for angiography is associated with increased severity of disease;
(ii) A minority of patients do not receive a coronary revascularisation procedure even though it is appropriate, and vice versa;
(iii) South Asian patients for whom revascularisation is appropriate are less likely to receive it than comparable white patients;
(iv) Rates of revascularisation are consistent with crude estimations of coronary heart disease prevalence by general practice;
(v) women’s descriptions of cardiac symptoms differ from men’s.

ACRE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Appropriateness of Coronary Revascularization. See Revascularization Public health Advisory Committee on Releases to the Environment.
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The attempt to change the name of a settlement, especially when languages of different origins are involved, is not particular to Akko.
Microgobius, Bollmannia and Antilligobius all possess 2-3 pores in the preopercular canal (pores absent in Parrella maxillaris, Akko, Palatogobius) and have a sagittal crest on the frontal bone (absent in Parrella, Akko, Palatogobius).
En Akko la mayor dificultad para la comprension del desarrollo de las edificaciones y de la estructura urbana se encuentra propiamente en la modificacion del nivel del suelo, y por lo tanto a parte unos pocos casos, de ejecutar excavaciones y pruebas para analizar el subsuelo.
The Carmel hillside in Haifa is dominated by the Bahai complex which includes a gold domed shrine housing the bones of Mirza Ali Mohammed, executed in Persia in 1850 for the heresy of proclaiming the coming of the "Promised One," the Baha'ullah, who founded the religion and is buried near Akko.
The city of Qamishli gets about one hour of electricity a day, and job opportunities are scarce, while prices are skyrocketing," Akko said.
The Arab inhabitants consider Akko as the town of their forefathers, which was forcibly occupied by the Jews.
Only a few of the world's cities can boast such a stormy and checkered history as Akko (Akka in Arabic, Acre in French and English), the main port of the country.
Jewish and Arab rioters have clashed for a fourth straight night in the northern Israeli city of Akko.
I stayed in East Jerusalem and immersed myself for a few days in the politics of the region with trips to Jericho, Ramallah, Bethlehem, Hebron, Akko, Haifa and Ashkelon.
The first is entitled "Settlement Patterns and Landscape Archaeology," and includes papers by Avi Ofer on the Judean Highlands, Adam Zertal on Samaria, Gunnar Lehmann on the hinterland of Akko, and Shimon Gibson on agricultural terraces.
Police and Arab rioters fought a three-hour pitched battle in the narrow alleyways of the ancient Israeli town of Akko.
The tournament will take place in and around the cities of Netanya, Ashkelon, Bat Yam and Akko from 1-14 of the month.