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CAIUS

Carotid Atherosclerois Italian Ultrasound Study. A trial evaluating the ability of the HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor pravastatin to slow or reverse carotid atherosclerosis progression.
 
Conclusion
Intimal thickness reduction is minimal, with little correlation between percentage LDL-C reduction and intima-media thickness progression rate.
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Knowing that Gaius Caesar was a consul of Rome as well as governor of Syria in AD 1 (which meant he had official duties in Rome also) and knowing that the did return to Rome at least once, it is easy to place him in Rome after Herod died.
Things start to go bump in the night, with at least one delicious scary surprise, then Gaius magically appears on a scroll to talk to her, courtesy of special film footage featuring series star Richard Wilson.
With the King in danger and all evidence pointing to Alice and the evil magical creature that has possessed her, Merlin must somehow make Gaius come to his senses before it is too late.
have been taking the law into their own hands and violating the trust of the public at every turn, how can you judge Gaius Baltar's actions as worse than your own?
Gaius Sempronius, perched atop a nearby ridge, cried out that a convoy was indeed approaching, and we all watched, transfixed, as a formation of wheelbarrows advanced across the open grassland toward our oasis.
because of intractable tensions between Gaius and Antonia, or perhaps he
Hierdie verhaal trap die tema van Christelike vergifnis snuif en stuur pylreguit af op die gladiator, Solon die Verskriklike, se bekering en vergewing van sy aartsvyand, Gaius Maximus.
Initially, General Gaius Maximus is stationed in Britannia on the edge of the crumbling Roman Empire.
He was succeeded by Gaius Germanicus, also known as Caligula, a man whose perversions and despotic behavior have always taxed the credulity of modern historians.
Jane Matilda Bolin, the youngest of four children, was born in 1908 in Poughkeepsie, New York to Matilda Ingram Bolin and Gaius Charles Bolin.
Nigel Day, who was banned for three months in April for accepting two bottles of drink from professional punter Harry Bardsley (warned off for 15 years for this and other shenanigans) rides a winner on his third mount back when Gaius, trained by Henry Cecil, wins the conditions sprint at Newbury.
He includes the Institutes of Gaius, the tenure of property in a fiduciary capacity in the Septuagint, and Der Gnomon des Idios Logos, the papyrus collection of imperial enactments.