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Cardiology A clilnical trial–Heparin-Aspirin Reperfusion Trial that compared adjuncts to tPA thrombolysis in Pts with acute MI. See Acute myocardial infarction, Heparin, tPA.


male deer at 5 years. Called also stag.

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I saw this woman at the pool, she had five children, all different ethnicities, and they were all calling her Mom,'' Hart said.
Hart couldn't contain her curiosity, and a few moments later the woman was telling her about foster care.
Hart still has trouble understanding how thousands of abandoned and abused boys and girls in the foster-care system can be relegated to color coordinated photo albums.
Hart had accepted she couldn't have children, so she figured caring for someone else's temporarily, could fill her void.
Growing up in a traditional Filipino family, Hart was always around children.
He was a John Doe,'' Hart said with tears welling up in her eyes.
That's Hart when his mind is engaged in the concrete.
Hart under-cuts his own virtue by making too much of it.
Toward the end of the book, Hart addresses the question in a few grudging paragraphs.
The First Amendment," Hart notes, "provides the press a shield, not a sword.
By laundering his own identity through the idealized "reformer," Hart appears to glomb onto the pantheon of reformers he extols in these pages: Jefferson, Kennedy, Gorbachev, Havel.
Hart, herself a performer who spent 4 1/2 years on the road in a company of ``Phantom of the Opera,'' finds her new role rewarding.

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