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ARBITER

Arterial Biology for the Investigation of the Treatment Effects of Reducing cholesterol. A trial comparing the effects of pravastatin to atorvastatin on carotid intima-media thickness.
Conclusion LDL–C was reduced by 49% with atorvastatin and by 27% with pravastatin; the mean reduction in carotid intima-media thickness was greater in atorvastatin-treated patients.
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Dickie Arbiter claimed he has not breached any contract since he had "left a note at the palace telling them" he was writing "On Duty with the Queen.
Today, as never before, it is clear the president is no longer the arbiter of the presidential succession.
Another method permits each party to the dispute to select one member of a three arbiter panel, with the arbiters then selecting the third member.
Even graduation itself evidently struck arbiters as an intrusion, and they turned an occasion for celebration and pride into a minimal formality.
The book concludes with ideas about designing complex asynchronous arbiters using the methods already presented in the book, and an examination of various types of priority arbiters, including ways of solving many problems encountered in a wide range of applications.
At present, there are 8 arbiters in that list and the entities having legal disputes can chose an arbiter from the
In nineteenth-century England upper- and middle-class women were used to maintain the fabric of Society, as semi-official leaders but also as arbiters of social acceptance or rejection.
Meanwhile, the self-proclaimed black arbiters of what is "proper" or "politically correct" for African Americans seek to impose their constrictions on our arts and our culture, not to mention our hairstyles.
The significance of the new information infrastructure is that it makes it profitable for independent information sources to provide high-quality, convenient, and affordable information to consumers, thus becoming the critical arbiters in the consumer's day-to-day decision making.
Bernstein's research has been sought out by leading investment managers around the world, and we are annually ranked as among the best by acknowledged arbiters such as Institutional Investor, Greenwich Research and Reuters.
Other size arbiters use the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
Retaining our #1 ranking in the Best Overall Reinsurer category clearly demonstrates that we continue to be judged as the best reinsurer in this market by our clients - by far the most important arbiters of our performance," said John Phelan, Chairman and CEO of American Re-Insurance Company.