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ALPHABET

Arterial Pulmonary Hypertension & Beraprost European Study. A clinical trial assessing the effects of a prostacyclin analogue, beraprost, in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and NYHA II & III disease
Conclusion Beraprost increases the 6-minute walk distance in patients with PAH and results in an improved Borg dyspnoea index.
Note A later US study saw early benefits in class II or III patients which attenuate with time.
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The Museum of the Alphabet contains a colorful and impressive array of displays and artifacts depicting the history and development of inscribed languages.
This alphabet between alphabets was produced by doubling the Latin characters: parts of two letters are combined into a new letter that can be read either way, or both ways at once.
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It can also recognize documents containing mixed languages and even mixed alphabets, such as Russian (based on the Cyrillic alphabet) mixed with English (based on the Latin alphabet).
The Accent HT (ML)2 -- HyperText MultiLingual Markup Language technology will enable the creation of Web pagers in Latin, non-Latin and bidirectional alphabets in the same document.
The Newbies: Bible Alphabets A-Z" by Barbara Denise Hendricks is a delightful children's gospel book that teaches young children their alphabets.
The Newbies: Bible Alphabets A-Z" is a creative children's alphabet book based on Bible verses, written in both English and Spanish.
Lovely Letters" features nine alphabets that are perfect for adding a personal touch to nearly anything.
Help your kid learn the Alphabets at home with this simple exercise where he/she can tap on the image to listen to the audio.
In the present day English alphabets have become almost universal at the beginning of learning and education, besides the alphabets of the mother tongue.
Claudia Walde spent over two years collecting alphabets by over 150 street artists from thirty countries so she could create a volume illustrating their different lettering choices: each artist was instructed to design all twenty-six letters of the Latin alphabet within the limits of a single page of the book.
During 1993 Nyr Indictor published the short-lived N is for Newsletter, a journal devoted to "alphabets, alphabet books, and alphabet memorabilia for alphabet lovers.