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PROSPER

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prospective Study of Pravastatin in the Elderly at Risk. See Pravastatin.
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In a heated argument with Lucy, he explains that he feels sick when he thinks about his birth mother and biological brother, living in poverty, wondering what had happened to him: while he is living prosperously in Australia.
The third era covers when the Romans were prosperously and auspiciously challenged by the religious anarchists and there was an innovation of the new scientific techniques and the Europeans set about on the policy and stratagem of despotism and tyranny in order to establish and stumble on the continents in pursue of developed and rich colonies.
Perhaps the blood of Tiananmen was a kind of fertilizer, helping China bloom prosperously on the soil of market economics.
At a stroke, he had crushed not only a core part of the leavers' economic argument - that it'll be a breeze for Britain to exit the EU and trade just as prosperously as a solo nation - but something bigger: the notion that a brighter, non-European future beckons.
After the performance, Mao pronounces the ballet a success, declaring, "the direction is right, the reform is successful and the art is also prosperously developing" (Yang, 2014).
sanity could not so prosperously be delivered of" (2.
They also believe that nothing much else would change, and that Britain and Europe would continue peacefully and prosperously trading with each other.
People can live together rationally, civilly, peacefully, and prosperously.
Stewart's The Summer of 1787 (2007), Rick Beeman's Plain, Honest Men: The Making of the Constitution (2009), and Pauline Maier's Ratification: The People Debate the Constitution, 1787-1788 (2010) are only the most recent entrants in a prosperously crowded field.
As a result of their dour outlook on the US economy, many Americans now believe that their children will not live as prosperously as they themselves do, the 85-year-old Buffett said.
The major attraction of Vigan is its mestizo district which is filled with Spanish-style houses that evoke a bygone era when its people lived prosperously because of the Manila-Acapulco maritime trade," writes Ramil.
While more and more of the population live prosperously, depression and mental illness are on the rise.