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BARRICADE

Barrier Approach to Restenosis—Restrict Intima to Curtail Adverse Events. A trial clinical testing the safety and efficacy of JOSTENT, a system for diseased saphenous vein grafts.
 
Primary endpoint
9-month target vessel failure (death), MI, target vessel revascularisation (major acute cardiac event—MACE).
 
Conclusion
JOSTENT is can be used for treating selected SVG lesions, with low in-hospital MACE.
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The court also ordered the home department to assure the court that the barricades will be removed by midnight tonight
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The acquisition of Beth's Barricades, in addition to the acquisition of PSI, presents a unique opportunity for RoadSafe to expand and leverage its footprint in the Northeast, create economies of scale and open new business opportunities for its services," said Christopher Suan, Senior Managing Director for ORIX Capital Partners.
We received information that Espenido ordered the removal of the barricades in response to the complaints of some residents,' Pelare said in a phone interview.
He said barricades were now being removed after the situation returned to normalcy.
On the other hand, as soon as the police teams attempted to remove the barricade, suddenly, a clash occurs between terrorists and security officers.
On December 12, a bus driver had lost control veering off, knocking down barricades and ramming into a stationary taxi, mowing down four waiting passengers and by-standers.
The police operation was the latest in two days to dismantle barricades after two weeks of protests, with the stalemate fuelling frustrations in the Asian financial hub and draining public support for the pro-democracy movement.
He called those building the barricades ''vandals who hate the people.
The Barricade Bracket is designed to work in conjunction with A-frame barricades to provide a more secure enclosed work zone.
Summary: At a time when barricades are being raised in parts of north Lebanon and the Bekaa, the residents of the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh are set to tear one down.
Traditionally, the Parisian resistance against Henry III in 1588, the so-called First Day of the Barricades, is seen as the beginning.