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VALIANT

Valsartan in Acute Myocardial Infarction Trial Cardiology A series of multinational M&M trials to determine the effects of valsartan–Diovan® combined with, and compared to, an ACE inhibitor, captopril in Pts with recent MI See Myocardial infarction.
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The Women's Land Army worked valiantly both during the war and in its aftermath until 1950.
Mrs Pollard, aged 56, who is a descendant of the Punshon family, wonders whether the picture shows one of the five Punshon brothers who served so valiantly during the First World War.
Sheila Coltman, Percy Hedley Foundation fundraiser said: "Some people may have taken a look at the weather and decided to stay in, but our supporters valiantly turned out.
in the toe-tapping "Daylight Out," the characters in O'Connor's great fourth album struggle valiantly to cope.
Although the Poles fought valiantly for more than a century to regain their independence, the dream was not realized until after World War I.
RICHARD Hill is battling valiantly to overcome a killer disease.
Wrongly diagnosed as "insane" by prison officials, she tried valiantly, but failed, to secure her release through legal challenge.
Were it not for the efforts of local people who valiantly defend their neighbourhoods from desecration, the windmill count would be much higher, although the energy output would still be derisory.
He knows the Americans love their country no less than the Japanese and will fight, when told, just as valiantly.
They struggled valiantly with the question," said Bishop Pryse of the NCC's decision.
In view of China's dash to embrace the worst aspects of capitalist development (short term planning, the dismal execution of building projects and wholescale razing of historic structures), this might seem like a laughably lost cause, but amid the hubris and chaos a number of talented young Chinese architects and urbanists are trying valiantly to nurture a sense of responsibility towards culture, society and the built environment.
In so doing, she betrays the family that sacrificed to send her to a good boarding school as well as the institution that tried valiantly but fruitlessly to educate her.