ACCSG

ACCSG

A study—Persantine Aspirin Trial in Cerebral Ischemia—that appears to have closed in the 1980s, and was reported in Stroke 1985; 16:406-415.
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The African-Caribbean Community Steering Group (ACCSG) has been running informally for the past two years.
In February, 1998, a group of professional black workers and individuals set up the ACCSG as a result of the lack of action since the Goulbourne report.
Greenberg (2000 : 129) noted it in the following languages: Uralic *-m (in all three main groups--in Finno-Permic, Ugric and Samoyedic), Indo-European *-m (AccSg of masculine and feminine nouns, Acc/NomSg of neuter nouns), Mongolic (only in a few pronominal forms), Tungusic -wa, -wa, -ba, -ba, -ma, -ma etc., Japanese wo (see also Klesment, Kunnap, Soosaar, Taagepera 2003 : 375).