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Candesartan Assessment in the Treatment of Cardiac Hypertrophy. A trial comparing the effects of candesartan to enalapril on the left ventricular mass index (LVMI) in patients with essential hypertension and left ventricular hypertrophy
Conclusion Both significantly reduced the LVMI; in patients with eccentric hypertrophy, left ventricular mass normalised in 38% of candesartan patients and in 28% of enalapril patients

catch

(kach)
1. To capture or seize.
2. The act of catching, or that which is caught.
[O.Fr. cachier, to chase, fr. L. capto, to seize]
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And if you're right careful to see that the tool-boxes the boys leave are all locked--so's no powder can catch, you know--and always start lighting against the air, so that if there's gas and it catches the fire'll blow away from you instead of following you up--and if you examine the fuses to see they're long enough and the powder is tamped in just right--each miner does that before he leaves and lots of firers just give 'em a hasty once-over instead of a real look--and then shake your heels good and fast after you do fire--"
Several quires, placed one over against another, and taking the voice by catches, anthem-wise, give great pleasure.
If this fellah comes back for his breakfast and catches us here we won't have so much to laugh at.
Unfortunately," said Harker, "it is the early fish that catches the worm.
But the early man catches the fish," replied the old man, gruffly.
I have one here without the fangs, and Teddy catches it every night to please the folk in the canteen.
My tale is done, there runs a mouse; whosoever catches it, may make himself a big fur cap out of it.
God grant it catches light before the day is too far spent.
I hadn't noticed Jerry particular, but just now I catches sight of his face in the light of the lamp.
It glides over the park after the moving shadows of the clouds, and chases them, and never catches them, all day.
They are almost within a stone's throw of Martin, who is pressing the unlucky chase hard, when Tom catches sight of them, and sings out, "Louts, 'ware louts, your side
A large shoal remained consistently at the East Bay, drifting from deep to shallow waters, and anglers enjoyed themselves with some excellent catches.