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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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These individuals will form the political elite during the prescribed term of their office.
Now the same thing is happening to teams that play against Elite.
He must constantly demonstrate that he is part of the elite because he is really not confident that he truly belongs.
Sadiki College served as an important channel to elite status for bright young people from rural areas.
that less than half of the elite in fact invested in the Dowry Fund in 1480), and how far were the interests of the investors identical with those of the government (and its Monte officials)?
The Cuzco elites asserted that they were not at fault for the unrest, since it was the bad gamonales who incited the Indians to revolt.
Soccer: The Santa Clarita Elite soccer team will hold open tryouts on Feb.
We are pleased to have worked with Elite Pharmaceuticals to develop products which utilize the firm's extended release drug delivery technology.
Where previous studies have stressed the break between an older aristocratic elite and a new emerging professional one during the period from 1880 to 1920, Moore finds these distinctions less clear cur.
Subramanian will serve as Chief Executive Officer of Novel Laboratories, which is owned 49% by Elite and 51% by VGS Pharma LLC, a company controlled by Kali Management, LLC.
This research is based on a broad sample of 549 members of the Madrid elite during the second half of the eighteenth and the first half of the nineteenth centuries, with smaller subsets thereof employed to examine diverse elite professions and different generations.
Because most of the previous studies of Victorian urban elites have focused on either mercantile cities such as Bristol, Cardiff, and London, or on northern commercial and industrial towns such as "Brum" itself.