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A series of studies on the effects of early intervention with metoprolol on short-term—2 weeks—and long-term mortality post-acute MI
Conclusion Overall mortality at 1 year was 10.6% in early metoprolol patients vs. 10.7% for placebo patients
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TABLE 1 Soil Profile of the Miamian Soils Encountered in the State of Ohio Soil Horizon Depth Characteristics A 5-10" Very dark grayish brown to brown silt loam or loam as topsoil B 8-35" Brown or yellowish brown subsoil layer C >35" Brown or light olive brown substratum; slightly or moderately alkaline and has a lower clay content than B TABLE 2 Percentage Distribution of Land By Activity in Wayne County, Ohio (USDA-NASS, 2007) Activity Percentage Cropland 77.
14) During the region's anxiety-ridden encounter with World War II, Miami's work pass program tracked the employment of nearly 60,000 black and white Miamians.
In introducing Reno, her friend and fellow Miamian, Judge Barkett said: "It's enormous fun to publicly recognize and acknowledge those who have been the 'firstest whatevers' -- the first woman state attorney of Dade County, the first woman Attorney General, the first women Supreme Court justices.
After seeing Miamian Anthony Alfonso's catch of a 50-pounder, in 1,150 feet off Long Key this summer, I think more and more of Florida's offshore anglers will be dropping down for golden tilefish as well.
The soils of the slopes are included in the Miamian series and consist of Miamian or Hennepin soils, or both soils in various proportions; whereas, the floodplain is composed of deep, loamy alluvial Genesee soils (Garner and others 1978).
Slope soils are Miamian and/or Hennepin, while floodplain soils are classified as Genessee.
The color contrast observed in the BC and C horizons of this Bennington soil profile is not as noticeable in the BC, CB, and C horizons of well drained soils like Miamian and Alexandria, since they have better natural drainage.
The soils of the study site are dominantly an association of Miamian, Lewisburg, Celina, and Crosby soils (Gerken and Scherzinger 1981).
From the perspective of being a lifelong Miamian as well as a trustee at RAND, I just couldn't be more excited about this newly created relationship," said Pedro Jose "Joe" Greer, an assistant dean at the UM School of Medicine.
2000 World Champions and 2002 BACARDI Cup Champions Mark Reynolds and his crew, Miamian Magnus Liljedahl, will defend their title against 2000 Olympic gold medallist Iain Percy of Great Britain; former BACARDI Cup champion Peter Bromby of Bermuda; Volvo Ocean Race veteran Paul Cayard of the United States; and several other of the world's greatest sailors.
Brooks Kurtz, a second generation native Miamian and founder and president of Brooks Financial Corporation, will serve as the vice president of production for Embassy Financial Services, Inc.

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