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ELITE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Evaluation of Losartan in the Elderly in which Pts with NY Heart Association–NYHA class II–IV heart failure were randomized to receive either captopril or losartan. See Angiotensin II receptor antagonists.
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Here, too, one would expect to find an elite, qualified experts who can guide us through the complexities of political endeavor.
Over time Ragusan elite culture grew in size, which increased competition for office holding.
According to Silva, every victory brought new players, and soon Elite had a full, talented squad.
He suggests that some members of this elite were "attempting to create an indigenous culture with local meanings" but leaves his subjects hovering some-where over the Atlantic "best by cultural contradictions" and "deeply ambivalent about both the parent culture and its colonial variants" (pp.
Adam Smith had it right: The collective wisdom of the marketplace is superior to that of any individual or elite group.
If they underestimated the vulnerability of the administrative elite to powerful social forces and missed in the predictions of the trajectory of the political system, modernization theorists were absolutely correct to be impressed by the dynamic group of new elites from the provinces that arose in the early part of the century to take over the nationalist movement from the stagnant, traditional urban elite.
The first concerns the problem of defining the Fund's perceived function, the second the composition of the ruling elite.
The Cuzco elites felt themselves to be white, despite the fact that people from the coastal capital, Lima, saw them as dark-skinned.
The elimination rounds began the following weekend with the Elite posting three victories, defeating the ISC Strikers 2-1, Wolfpack 1-0 and WCFC Exiles 2-1.
Elite Pharmaceuticals will manufacture the product and will receive a royalty on product revenues.
In his seminal study, Aristocrats of Color: The Black Elite, 1880-1920, Willard Gatewood concluded that from the end of Reconstruction to World War I, Washington was the capital of the nation's black aristocracy.