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The Effect of Beta-Blockade on Remodeling & Gene Expression. A trial assessing the effects of carvedilol, an agent used for heart failure, and metoprolol and doxazosin, both antihypertensives, in managing idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy.
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That is kind of funny because I wonder how many of the critics and audience who tuned in to programmes such as Borgen and The Bridge would admit to watching Midsomer Murders without subtitles.
The chief executive officer of Danske Bank (CPH: DANSKE), Thomas Borgen, has said that the bank would reduce risky mortgage bonds on its own and does not need to goaded by rules.
Many of we BBC4 devotees took to Borgen without the need of a three-line Whip.
SeeNews) - Nov 9, 2012 - Danish lender Danske Bank A/S (CPH:DANSKE) does not plan to grow its loan portfolio in shipping and might even reduce it somewhat, Thomas Borgen, head of corporate and institutional banking, said yesterday at the bank's capital markets day in London.
DANISH television drama Borgen, which tells the story of a female Danish prime minister, has been a huge hit with politicians.
BBC4's hugely successful run of Danish thrillers The Killing and Borgen has clearly inspired the folk at ITV3 to clear a space in the schedules for something similar.
A brace from Nathan Bressington and scores from Craig Voisey and Andy Borgen ensured Mose finished second in Pool C - a massive 14 points clear of the relegation place.
Brad Davies, whom Smith knows from his schooling at Kingsholm, has arrived from Bedford, Andy Borgen has been recalled from the Land of the Vuvuzela and Ollie Thomas' circular wanderlust has brought him back to his spiritual home.
To sign up or for information, call Frank LaRosa at (818) 508-9626 or Ed Borgen at (661) 296-6688.
Corresponding investigators in the other countries affected were the following: Reinhild Strauss, Austria; Yvonne Andersson, Sweden; Anne Mazick, Michael Howitz, and Kare Molbak, Denmark; Katrine Borgen and Mary Ward, the Netherlands; Geert Top, Belgium; Julia Granerod, United Kingdom; Andrea Mariano, Italy; Virginie MassereySpicher, Switzerland (Swiss Federal Office of Public Health, Berne); and Elisabeth Couturier and Henriette de Valk, France.