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Emory Angioplasty versus Surgery Trial. A trial comparing long-term outcomes of patients with multivessel coronary disease undergoing revascularization with PTCA to CABG
Conclusion No significant difference in mortality between CABG and PTCA as primary therapy for multivessel disease; PTCA had a greater need for repeat revascularization
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began the Judge; and wonderful it seemed, indeed, that the easterly storm was not put to shame, or, at any rate, a little mollified, by the genial benevolence of his smile.
So we breakfast in the arms of an easterly slant which pushes us along at a languid twenty.
Whether from too much east wind or no--it was an easterly corner--the stall, the stock, and the keeper, were all as dry as the Desert.
The wind continued fresh easterly, but the weather pretty good; and as the winds had continued in the points between NE.
High altitude clouds are also expected while winds will be north easterly to north westerly moderate.
Delete the existing: -(1) Residents Parking Places (including Permitted Parking Areas (PPA)) on: -(a) Adkins Street - south west side, from a point 31m south east of its junction with Hartnup Street in a south easterly direction for the entire length of the street (2 spaces); (b) Breckfield Road North -(i) north east side, from a point 10m north west of its junction with St Domingo Vale in a north westerly direction for a distance of 16.
b) both sides from a point 227 metres south east of its junction with Queensway North in a south easterly direction for 10 metres.
SCHEDULE Schedule 1 - Proposed No Waiting At Any Time Brunel Way (North West Side) From its junction with Intertissue Access Road for a distance of approximately 22 metres in a north easterly direction.
Part 2 A172 Dixons Bank from a point approximately 77 metres south east of its junction with Captain Cooks Crescent in a south easterly direction for approximately 212 metres, Rye Hill Way from its junction with Coulby Farm Way in a southerly direction for 617metres, Alan Peacock Way from a point approximately 310 metres north west of its junction with Ladgate Lane for a distance of approximately 810 metres in a north-westerly direction and B1380 Low Lane, from its junction with Stainton Way in a north easterly direction to its junction with the A174 Parkway (Eastbound) Exit Slip Road, a distance of 510 metres.
Easterly documents and discusses three major errors in thinking about development:
Teasing out the evidence for this theory, William Easterly begins his historical sweep with the early years of the last century, quoting the US president, Woodrow Wilson.