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QUIET

Cardiology A clinical trial–the Quinapril Ischemic Event Trial–on ischemic events and progression of ASHD in CAD. See Coronary artery disease, Quinapril.
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Outstanding quietness and ease-of-use, which only an electric-power model can provide, were pursued through the adoption of a rechargeable battery and DC brushless motor for the power unit.
Interior quietness is key in consumers' overall perception of vehicle quality; internal Ford data indicate customers are more satisfied with the interior quietness of the new Ford Fusion compared to the Toyota Camry
Under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), hospitals are required to send surveys to a random sampling of adult patients who were discharged from a hospital within the last six weeks - focusing on the patient's satisfaction in a number of areas such as nurse and physician communication, cleanliness and quietness of the hospital environment, patient instructions both in the hospital and after discharge, pain management, responsiveness of staff, and an overall rating of the hospital and likeliness to recommend the hospital.
The reply was: "Does Quietness mean the church wardens would be better for a little oil or the hinges?
He said: "The same quietness that makes bicycles such a civilised way of getting around makes them vulnerable to inattentive motorists.
The film has demonstrated softness, flexibility and quietness comparable to existing films.
Clooney, 50, was so charmed by the place and the peace and quietness of the area, that he decided to buy the property, which he has now owned for almost a decade.
Muscat, April 9 (ONA)- A Responsible Source at the Defence Ministry announced in a statement that 'with the restoration of quietness and normal life to the wilayat of Sohar due to the collaboration of efforts of all sectors of the state and the cooperation of citizens, the military and security services present at the wilayat started today reducing the deployed troops there and removed a number of check points which were set up due to the events witnessed by the wilayat recently.
CAPRICIOUS MOODS Sometimes a whisper can be louder Than a scream, A sigh more emotional than The nightmare you dream, A tear brushed away more meaningful Than indulgence wept, Sadness held in the eyes more powerful Than words inept, A smile more poignant than laughter, The purveyor moved, so profound, The silence of no word spoken, idyllic, Defeating onrushing human sound, As shadows match the mood, or as The gentle breeze brushes the skin, Birdsong, flower faces, a flake of virgin snow Is awesome and without sin, Quietness, stillness, harmony between lovers, The tenderness of the heart, Passion in its many facets, capricious in its mood, Remnants of Cupid's dart.
IN quietness and in confidence shall be your strength.
Jesus talked about the quietness of closets or cupboards as typifying the mental space needed for prayer.
IT must be difficult at times for city dwellers to understand the lives of others in the countryside, how they stand the quietness and the isolation when they don't live in streets.