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ARBITER

Arterial Biology for the Investigation of the Treatment Effects of Reducing cholesterol. A trial comparing the effects of pravastatin to atorvastatin on carotid intima-media thickness.
Conclusion LDL–C was reduced by 49% with atorvastatin and by 27% with pravastatin; the mean reduction in carotid intima-media thickness was greater in atorvastatin-treated patients.
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A source said Arbiter will also "delve into the dark days" of Diana's "isolation" and "humiliation" as Charles' affair with Camilla first came to light.
One arbiter that has been gaining relevance in the past few years is the Supreme Court.
6 draft did not include a foreign judge in the investigation, did not specify the final arbiter and did not provide any salary for reserve judges.
Another method permits each party to the dispute to select one member of a three arbiter panel, with the arbiters then selecting the third member.
After his term as consul, Petronius was received by Nero into his most intimate circle as his "director of elegance" ( arbiter elegantiae), whose word on all matters of taste was law.
The SC, as the final arbiter of all questions of law, has the power to decide between the competing interests/interpretations of the government and an independent constitutional body,' Escudero, a lawyer, said in a text message to reporters.
But even though their union will be sealed in church, royal correspondent Victoria Arbiter is predicting that it will be much smaller than Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding in 2011.
Yesterday Arbiter confirmed he had signed both the Official Secrets Act and a confidentiality agreement when going to work at Buckingham Palace.
At present, there are 8 arbiters in that list and the entities having legal disputes can chose an arbiter from the
Summary: DUBAI - Dubai-based Al Maya Group has been awarded the Superbrand status for 2013 by the Superbrands Council -- the world's largest independent brand arbiter.
The arbiter of the 30-year public private partnership (PPP) to upgrade the Tube estimates improvements to the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines - maintained by private consortium Tube Lines - will cost up to pounds 5.
If man makes himself arbiter through contraception of whether life shall begin, he will predictably make himself arbiter of when it shall end.