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PROMISE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prospective Randomized Milrinone Survival Evaluation–that evaluated the effect on M&M in Pts with severe CHF treated with milrinone. See Congestive heart failure, Heart failure, Milrinone.
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Thanksgiving promised that two peoples, with different religions and different ways of worshipping, could find the means of supporting each other and celebrating the bounties of this shared earth together.
Both parties have promised to support access to universities and colleges for low-income and Aboriginal children.
This is not the glorious victory that the Lord promised to Judah, and yet, ironically, it meets every criterion for that victory.
Behind Topsell's distinction between permissible "bundling" of promised couples and the sinful behavior of unpromised couples stand the tension and ambivalence of the end of the sixteenth century with regard to contracts of marriage, solemnized ceremonies in the church and promises of marriage.
Many new hires say that they accepted a job because of a promised mentoring program--one that never materializes, and one that the manager doesn't know was part at the discussions.
She observes that there are times when wrongly promising makes it morally obligatory to do as promised, and she classifies the relevant instances of Nepotism as being among those times (177, 177 n.
Many celebrities have made their promises, including her Taggart co-star, James MacPherson, and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire presenter Chris Tarrant, who has promised to record a book for the blind each year, but Blythe emphasises you don't have to be well- known to take part.
If the assets promised are marketable equity securities with readily determinable fair values or debt securities (as defined in Statement no.
They choose not to quit when the going gets rough because they promised once to see it through.
However, the accountants also pointed out that the legatees must not be promised anything in return for disclaiming.
How many times does the phone ring at dinnertime with claims like this from overzealous telemarketers trying to lure a purchase in exchange for promised riches and award winnings?
Plan participants are able to defer income recognition while attaining some assurance that funds will be available to make the promised payments.