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PROSPER

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prospective Study of Pravastatin in the Elderly at Risk. See Pravastatin.
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All Libyans who have voiced their wish to live peacefully and prosperously are required to rally behind their next government and cooperate with it so that it could achieve its objectives.
It requires making a choice between accepting the dictates of the current incarnation of Ramses, or being free to practice the morality that will impel us to live responsibly, prosperously, and in harmony with our fellow citizens.
a "truth" that could be maintained in the spirit of what it might usefully do for someone: "Any idea upon which we can ride, so to speak; any idea that will carry us prosperously from any one part of our experience to any other part, linking things satisfactorily, working securely, simplifying, saving labor; is true for just so much, true in so far forth, true instrumentally [sic]" ("Pragmatism" 2:158).
If knowledge is power, then let the Iranian public know that the cause of their current, dire economic outlook is their own ruling class, one that is not only grossly mismanaging the affairs of state, but is also rife with corruption and nepotism, where only relatives and close friends of the regime live prosperously.
He listened to our deepest need that was to live together, peacefully and prosperously.
That has been further cemented by Dougherty's reunion with former coach Damian Taylor and a return to the swing that worked so prosperously in the past.
Iran's stand towards Lebanon is that it must be free, independent and unified, and it should prosperously and proudly present itself at all regional developments," Nasrallah said.
to help a family of seven to live prosperously on two donums of agricultural land (about 5,000 square metres).
Our first year back in this market has been exciting and prosperously challenging," Mr.
Not only does he come back safely and prosperously, he even comes back as devoted (constantis .
How to Get Out of Debt, Stay Out of Debt and Live Prosperously (Bantam; $13) by Jerrold Mundis shows readers how to free themselves from spending and debt
Lieutenant General Winfield Scott more frequently, if less prosperously, attempted to secure the presidency, while simultaneously serving as Commanding General of the Army.