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Aggressive Diagnosis of Restenosis. A study evaluating the benefits, if any, of post-percutaneous coronary intervention functional testing
Primary endpoint Exercise tolerance
Conclusion Routine functional testing post-PCI results in similar rates of future cardiac procedures, little difference in functional status or QOL and no evidence of decreased clinical events
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Et ce, au grand bonheur de leurs parents qui n'avaient jamais pense que leur progeniture allait aimer et adorer ces retrouvailles livresques.
Dans sa seance tenue sous la presidence du vice-president du Conseil d'Etat, le conseiller Dr Mohamed Abdel Wahab, la CJA a affirme dans son verdict : [beaucoup moins que]La mosquee est le coeur de la societe islamique et le lieu de rencontre des fideles pour adorer Dieu (.
In terms of expression, Patrick used a wider range of expressions to express likes and dislikes: Olivia used aimer three times whilst Patrick chose adorer, aimer, preferer.
With plenty of care-taking tips along with the stories, "The Misadventures of Belle & Chloe" is a fine pick for any canine adorer, not to be overlooked.
One granny adorer said: "I've always been attracted to older women.
After locating it, but before addressing the painting, he notes that being a "staunch adorer of the Antique, and the Florentine and Roman Schools," he "loathes and detests coat-and-waistcoat pieces," but adds somewhat duplicitously, "Nobody admires Wilkie half as much taken as an exception.
Il ne se montre en public, que quand il s'a git de se faire adorer.
And when he saw my story, he recognized a kindred soul, a lover of the old country, an adorer of Yiddish, a scholar of Hebrew texts, a potential competitor for the mantle of Isaac Bashevis Singer, zikhroyne livrukhe--his memory for a blessing, that is.
Dominique Marquis, en conclusion ultime, nous signale que la presse d'information ne doit pas necessairement toujours adorer le veau d'or.
si tu n'es pas un ange qu'il faille adorer, et que le ciel ait prete pour quelques instants a la terre ; si tu es reellement une creature humaine, dis-moi pourquoi toi seule as recu cette ame [sic], ce regard qui la peint, ce torrent de charmes et de vertus qui te rendent l'objet de mon idolatrie ?
As Umpierre's poetic voice moves from the private space of the so-called "closet" to the public space of "outed" homosexuality, "Julia" simultaneously shifts from an "idol" existing in a private, one-on-one relationship with her adorer to an "icon," a more public, shared signifier whose meanings may be rendered from collective interpretations and group identifications.