ADMIRE

(redirected from admiringly)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms.
AMP579 Delivery for Myocardial Infarction Reduction. A trial assessing the ability of AMP579, an adenosine agonist, to limit the final size of an infarct
Conclusion Final infarct size was ±10% for treatment and placebo groups; treatment group did marginally better
References in periodicals archive ?
A report published by the Department for Children, Schools and Familes highlighted recent examples of "concerns" that have been reported in British schools, including a primary school pupil who spoke admiringly of the bombers who killed 52 people in London in July 2005 as the "7/7 martyrs".
We at House & Garden have always looked admiringly at what New York City and IMG 7th on Sixth have done with Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, so when NYC and Co.
Up in the Royal Box, Borg smiled admiringly and applauded softly, recognising the champion's achievement in drawing level with him on 11 Grand Slams in what turned out to be arguably the toughest match of his life.
Don't worry, investigative journalism triumphed: "Finally, Barbara Walters outshouts Castro and the rest of the guests loudly enough to ask him what kind of a host he is that he has a dinner party and doesn't even feed his guests," Quinn admiringly recounted.
O'Malley spoke admiringly of his friends' efforts to give Barbaro the best treatment for the severe injury the Kentucky Derby winner sustained in the Preakness.
look admiringly at the teacher ("I can't believe you taught an 8-year-old to play that Ballade
Naylor writes admiringly of the mettle shown by American soldiers: "It was a sergeant's right, all right, and the sergeants were giving it everything they had.
Suppliers--who include most of the biggest names in electronics, entertainment, packaged food, apparel, and jewelry--speak admiringly but often wincingly of Wal-Mart's emphasis on getting their products at the lowest possible price.
He and his work have a wonderful, rich humanity," she says admiringly.
Ek, my eldest son did admiringly well on my behalf to make a decision to take her back to the temple and not to have her to go through all the painful medical assistance.
WHEN people talk admiringly of Georgian England they usually mean beautiful houses in elegant Bath.
That lawsuit typifies the "civil rights" vision expressed by Gilbert Casellas, the first Clinton-era chairman of the EEOC, who admiringly spoke of the IRS's ability to terrorize taxpayers with a phone call.