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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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And you promised to give me brains," said the Scarecrow.
And you promised to give me a heart," said the Tin Woodman.
No crown of life is promised to the town of Smyrna and its commerce, but to the handful of Christians who formed its "church.
It will be ready in three days," promised the King, and hurried away to inspect the work and see that the Nomes kept busy.
Scraps promised to do that, and the children were not so shy when the Patchwork Girl sat down to play with them.
JUPITER ISSUED a proclamation to all the beasts of the forest and promised a royal reward to the one whose offspring should be deemed the handsomest.
No sooner had the Son promised than he received a stinging blow from the paternal walking-stick, and by the time he had counted to seventy-five had the unhappiness to see the old man jump into a waiting cab and whirl away.
Do you deny that you promised to many Miss Silvester privately at the Craig Fernie inn?
I have promised you an explanation of my conduct," she said, in accents that trembled a little in spite of herself.
He laughed at my anxiety, but assured me there was no cause for it, and promised to attend to my advice.
Not at all, child," said the lady; "It would have been cruel before; but after you have promised me never to marry without your father's consent, in which you know is implied your giving up Jones, sure you can bear a little raillery on a passion which was pardonable enough in a young girl in the country, and of which you tell me you have so entirely got the better.
I promised not to come and talk to you, because I thought you must be tired.