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A trial comparing MACE in patients receiving iodixanol or ioxaglate during PTCA for acute coronary syndromes
Primary endpoints In-hospital MACE
Conclusion MACE is lower in high-risk patients without renal insufficiency undergoing PTCA with iodixanol than with ioxaglate

court

the persons assembled under the authority of the law to administer justice. This includes the presiding magistrate or judge, the jury if any, the counsel and advisors and witnesses for both parties.

court hierarchy
the ascending levels of the courts providing a series of higher tribunals to which appeals from lower courts can be taken. The more serious and complicated the case, the higher up in the court hierarchy it goes for primary hearing.
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Rather, the main concern of this paper is to present the ways in which ideals associated with courtliness and courtly love survived in the 19th-century novel.
In her discussion of Midsummer, she asserts that Bottom's inherent courtliness challenges that of the nobles of Athens, urging that Bottom's behavior is "gentleman-like" and that "he conducts himself with impeccable manners" in his dealings with the fairies (112-13).
And a real concerto, Haydn's in D major for Cello, saw Schiff directing from the soloist's chair, and giving us an account which blended colour with courtliness
Willis hails from Arkansas, and the courtliness of the southland never left him.
Michael St John, Chaucer's Dream Visions: Courtliness and Individual Identity, Studies in European Cultural Transition 7 (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), viii + 226 pp.
In this case, then, the lady is not, or not entirely, an outsider to civilized courtliness (as she was in CXVIII); rather, it is Cino who occupies the position of the alien, physically estranged from her in her gentile incarnation in the first quatrain, and emotionally from her fera persona in the second.
Comments like these abound in both of Hartmann's texts and enabled me to alert students to the importance not simply of women figures to the advance of the narrative, but also of a negative concept of femininity to the discursive constructions of masculinity represented as courtliness and male virtue.
With his high-pitched voice, nervous courtliness, and large Phi Beta Kappa key gleaming on the chain across a vested, roly-poly middle, he was the proper poet with proper credentials" (77).
Set vaguely at the turn of the century, Sock Monkey weaves courtliness and sudden savagery seamlessly together in a manner at times evocative of Poe.
38) In the first book-length study of Lyly since the 1960s, Michael Pincombe argues that while Lyly complimented the Queen through his panegyical figure of "Eliza," he "became increasingly sceptical and hostile of courtliness as he went on.
Although the concept of courtliness underwent various modifications (Burnley 1998: 27), the virtue of prowess
Sebastien Marcovici stepped in for Boal in the Agon "Sarabande," realizing the brash courtliness of that choreography with precision and wit.