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CAESAR

An important and historic trial of multiple therapy for HIV-positive people carried out in Canada, Australia, Europe and South Africa (hence the acronym). CAESAR showed conclusively that the addition of LAMIVUDINE or lamivudine plus loviride to a treatment regimen containing zidovudine can significantly reduce progression to AIDS and death. All routine anti-HIV treatment now involves drug combinations.
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Caesar's been seen as an acquisition target since the company filed for bankruptcy in 2015.
"Daniel Caesar is a Grammy-winning artist known for his modern RandB and electronics music while his lyrics explore the subjects of religion and unrequited love.
Paying tribute on behalf of the Liberian Senate, its committee chair on Health, Gender and Children Protection, Senator Peter Coleman of Grand Kru County recalled that the late Madam Ruth Caesar was always in the frontline for children and women's right.
"Combining the NFL with Caesars' expertise in world-class entertainment will provide our fans unique experiences both here in the United States and abroad," Anderson added.
But the brilliance of Caesar's history is greater than the documenting of his campaigns, battles, and strategic exploitation of the endemic inter- and intra-tribal power-struggles that made the Roman victories possible.
Watching them together, Caesar is just like any other domestic pet - he clearly adores his owner, and he even understands commands.
Little Caesars also remains committed to charity and volunteer work.
(13) In Shakespeare's play, in contrast, Caesar's "falling sickness" is presented as an occasion for derision.
And because Caesar was now so highly valued, his men had little trouble raising the ransom money.
Massachusetts' John Adams, who helped lead us to independence from Great Britain, wrote, "Caesar, by destroying the Roman Republic, made himself a perpetual dictator; (Massachusetts Governor) Hutchinson, by ...
Ambition, greed and perhaps envy that Caesar had selected his grandnephew, Octavian, only 18 years old, to succeed him, were also motives.
The play tells the story of Caesar's exploits in Egypt, his meeting and falling in love with Cleopatra, and his victory in the Alexandrian war.