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Multiple Outcomes of Raloxifene Evaluation

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Osteoporosis A clinical trial–Multiple Outcomes of Raloxifene Evaluation–that evaluated the effect of raloxifene on ↓ fracture risk in ♀, and the secondary impact of raloxifene therapy on ♀ cancer. See Osteoporosis, Raloxifene.
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In Miller's final analysis, More reconciles these dichotomies by a "deep awareness of God's providential love in the person of Christ.
The question is of great significance to More, in his early writings as much as in his later martyrdom.
5 These stages are discontinuous: on the day of his death, More thanks the King for imprisoning him, thus granting him the time and space to contemplate his own death and his removal from the world.
Judith Anderson argues that the History's force and drama comes from its emphasis on an internal, subjective perspective focused on Richard, whereby More "imagines, enters, and inevitably shapes Richard's thoughts and motives, in addition to interpreting or commenting in a variety of less immediate ways on their significance.
Detectives in Cheshire believe there may have been four more offenders and yesterday took the unusual step of naming a man they are seeking in connection with the investigation.
The staggering ubiquity of his bags in the Giardini had almost nothing to do with the calculated "disturbances" of Conceptual artists who since the 1960s have bought advertising space in mass media outlets, or with the legions of photographers who have more recently churned out glossy fashion pages and glossier Cibachromes.
Were it titled Discovering Prayer, this bold attempt to promote the BCP as a useful and accessible tool for individuals seeking prayer guidance might find a much more ready audience.
Before those biographies were brought into being, however, More had carefully attempted an authoritative self-portrayal--not as revealed by a narrative of his entire life but, rather, as discernible throughout a fictionalized version of his experience in prison, the most dangerous and (as he rightly anticipated) final part of his life.
Thomas More in A Man for All Seasons, a dramatization of More's martyrdom.
Most people, of course, would choose the bigger one because it could offer a wealth of more's": more shade, more fruit or nuts, more dead wood for firewood, more shelter, more solace, more inspiration, or simply a higher vantage point.
More (Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press, 1999.
Incentive Systems, a leader in Enterprise Incentive Management (EIM) solutions, has acquired Massachusetts-based MORE Systems Inc.