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ART

abbr.
assisted reproductive technology

ART

Anturane Reinfarction Trial. A clinical trial comparing sulfinpyrazone to placebo in the first month post acute myocardial infarction; the sponsors trumpeted its alleged cardiovascular benefits—a 32% reduction in cardiac mortality rate, almost entirely due to a reduction in sudden death in the first 6 months, which occurred because the drug sponsor carved a subgroup out of the data set.
Per the FDA, "We are aware that it is unusual for an FDA critique of a clinical trial to be published in the medical literature. We believe that it is important in this instance, however, because … it illustrates so clearly the problems that may arise from subgroup analyses and exclusion of patients from analysis after they have completed a study … Our review … indicates that the cause-of-death classification and all conclusions based on it are unreliable, and that the favorable effect of sulfinpyrazone on overall mortality, especially during the first six months, depends heavily on the after-the-fact exclusion of certain deaths from the analysis”.

ART

1. Antiretroviral therapy, see there.
2. Assisted reproductive technology, see there.

ART

Abbreviation for acoustic reflex threshold.
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Further, in a growing culture of impunity toward matters of freedom of artistic expression, authorities implement direct intimidation tactics toward artists and their families or bring criminal charges to silence voices in a way that does not raise flags for observers and human rights activists.
In this research, the subjective experience of freedom of artistic expression is defined by three criteria, as follows: the freedom to use space (referring to a choice of space that will be used while the choreography is being performed), the freedom to use different dance figures (referring to the choice of various figures by a choreographer for specific choreographies) and the freedom to express emotions (referring to the type and intensity of emotional content that a choreographer has chosen to incorporate into each choreography).
It wants to alleviate the "clash of civilisations" by celebrating the cultural and ethnic diversity of the world through artistic expression.
The group's emphasis is on learning and growth of artistic expression through the discipline of theatre in an environment that fosters cooperative effort and support.
The court next considered the artist's defenses, including the First Amendment, fair use, and artistic expression. Acknowledging the need to balance the First Amendment rights of the artist and the public's interest in free expression against the Lanham Act's (the U.S.
"I Sold Andy Warhol (Too Soon)" is one man's reflections on the world of art and how it has quickly departed from admiring artistic expression to being all about the art on green paper we call money.
In the US, 100% of net profits will support RxArt, a non-profit national organization committed to fostering artistic expression and awareness by using contemporary art to engage young patients in pediatric hospitals.
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As well, Metis youth are invited to submit any videos and hard copies of artwork, music, standup comedy, poetry, or any other form of artistic expression.
The institute's Digital Arts, Film, and Animation Competition recognizes students' artistic expression with awards in seven categories: Film, Mixed Digital Media, Web Page Design, Graphic Media, 3-D Animation, Interactive Media, and Photo Illustration.
language of my artistic expression. The rest was up