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RUTH

Cardiology A multinational trial–Raloxifene Use for The Heart to determine the ability of raloxifene–Evista® to prevent acute MIs and cardiac deaths in postmenopausal ♀. See Osteoporosis.
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The Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum is the birthplace of George Herman "Babe" Ruth; the official Museum of the Baltimore Orioles and the archives for the Baltimore Colts and Johnny Unitas.
11 -- color) Advertisement for a theatrical appearance by Babe Ruth.
Contact: Laurie Ward, public relations coordinator for the Babe Ruth
This line gives life to the brand's newly defined energy position, whole reflecting the magical touch that made Babe Ruth a legend.
It is one of the most significant Babe Ruth bats to come to the market in the last several years," said Brian Marren, MastroNet's Vice President of Acquisitions.
In an article weighing Barry Bonds' home run-hitting accomplishments in this home run-happy age, The New York Times proposed Sunday that Babe Ruth would have hit 338 home runs this season.
They include Babe Ruth's two daughters, Julia and Dorothy, and Babe Ruth League, Inc.
Douglas MacArthur, Babe Ruth, Muhammad Ali, as well as best seller "The Greatest Speeches Of All Time.
to determine who advances to the Babe Ruth World Series, Aug.
It wasn't exactly the most conventional path to take, but six days removed from losing its tournament opener, San Gabriel Valley's Babe Ruth All-Star team secured an opportunity to play for a second World Series title in three years in the 16- to 18-year-old division.
I'd give anything to be in the General Mitts executive session if Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants passes the great Babe Ruth for second place on the career home-run list.
Our favorite hitters of all time (to watch, not to worship) Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle were the classic power hitters--monstrously strong, perfectly balanced, look great up at the plate, and hit the ball for awesome distances.