ciprofibrate


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ciprofibrate

An anti-cholesterol fibrate drug used to treat high blood lipid levels that fail to respond to dietary measures. The drug lowers the levels of low-density lipoproteins (LDLs). A brand name is Modalim.
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Seeing all these colonnades of bone so methodically ranged about, would you not think you were inside the great Haarlem organ, and gazing upon its thousand pipes?
On the opposite side of the courtyard, under a colonnade, was extensive standin--for carriages--where, indeed, some carriages of Monseigneur yet stood.
The chandler's shop being in Hungerford Market, and Hungerford Market being a very different place in those days, there was a low wooden colonnade before the door (not very unlike that before the house where the little man and woman used to live, in the old weather-glass), which pleased Mr.
To the conglomerate and trachyte succeeded black basalt, the first dispread in layers full of bubbles, the latter forming regular prisms, placed like a colonnade supporting the spring of the immense vault, an admirable specimen of natural architecture.
Presently he reached the splendid palace of King Priam, adorned with colonnades of hewn stone.
It is well the swinging lamps in those endless colonnades are kept burning throughout the day; we should otherwise have the darkness of Egypt in the time of her desolation.
Anne," cried Mary, still at her window, "there is Mrs Clay, I am sure, standing under the colonnade, and a gentleman with her.
His walk had become fairly good by the time he reached the great white edifice that unfolds its repeated colonnades and uplifts its isolated dome at the end of a long vista of saloons and tobacco-shops.
And twice a day I should go down in a Bath chair to the Colonnade to drink the waters.
Kenge gave me his arm and we went round the corner, under a colonnade, and in at a side door.
Like mice we scampered past the great schoolroom, with its gable snipping a paler sky than ever, and the shadows melting even in the colonnade underneath.
It is vast, and has colonnades of noble pillars, and a great organ, and the customary pomp of gilded moldings, pictures, frescoed ceilings, and so forth.