BRILLIANT


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BRILLIANT

(1) Batimastat (BB94) Antirestenosis Trial Using the BiodivYsio Local Drug Delivery PC-Stent. A series of clinical studies—BRILLIANT I and BRILLIANT II—evaluating the safety and efficacy of the Batimastat BiodivYsio stent, which comprises Biocompatibles’ proprietary drug-eluting stent and British Biotech's proprietary MMP inhibitor, batimastat. 
(2) Blood pressure, Renal effects, Insulin control, Lipids, Lisinopril And Nifedipine Trial. A trial comparing the lisinopril with nifedipine in hypertensive patients with diabetes mellitus type II and microalbuminuria over 12 months.
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He did not know that his mode of behavior in relation to Kitty had a definite character, that it is courting young girls with no intention of marriage, and that such courting is one of the evil actions common among brilliant young men such as he was.
To all appearance he was just an ordinary, brilliant young officer of the Guards making a career for himself; but intense and complex strivings went on within him.
Then, wishing to secure a brilliant position in high society, he learnt to dance excellently and very soon was invited to all the balls in the best circles, and to some of their evening gatherings.
A strange sight met his eyes as he emerged from the semi-darkness of the cellar to the brilliant light of the temple.
As I learned afterward, they had got their previous guest of honour, a brilliant young radical, unskilled in drinking, quite pipped.
An abode in a young and brilliant court would dissipate them a little.
The court was young, it was true, but the avarice of the cardinal had taken good care that it should not be brilliant.
Thus Rawdon knew nothing about the brilliant diamond ear-rings, or the superb brilliant ornament which decorated the fair bosom of his lady; but Lord Steyne, who was in his place at Court, as Lord of the Powder Closet, and one of the great dignitaries and illustrious defences of the throne of England, and came up with all his stars, garters, collars, and cordons, and paid particular attention to the little woman, knew whence the jewels came and who paid for them.
She burst out laughing once or twice to herself, as she sat at work, and sitting down to the piano, she rattled away a triumphant voluntary on the keys, which made the people pause under her window to listen to her brilliant music.
This last device produces an intensely brilliant far-reaching white light, but as the natural oil which it requires can only be obtained by mining in one of several widely separated and remote localities it is seldom used by these creatures whose only thought is for today, and whose hatred for manual labor has kept them in a semi-barbaric state for countless ages.
We had, it sometimes seems, one child, a youth of brilliant parts and promise.
Many nations are represented, many languages spoken, many costumes worn, and on a sunny day the spectacle is as gay and brilliant as a carnival.