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CABRI

Abbreviation for:
Coronary Angioplasty versus Bypass Revascularisation Investigation
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CABRI

Cardiology A clinical trial–Coronary Angioplasty versus Bypass Revascularization Investigation—comparing the outcome of PCTA vs CABG in Pts with multivessel coronary artery disease. See Angina, Angioplasty, CABG, Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty.
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Many studies have looked at the efficacy of applying sEMG measurements in sport (Clarys and Cabris, 1993; Draper, 1990; Snarr 2017; Zeller 2003).
Ce monde dont l'organisation varie puisque certains contes presentent une situation d'origine ou le ciel et la terre etaient en continuite, accessibles a tous ; ou le soleil etait un animal ; ou chaque type de personnages etait regroupe dans un unique village (village des serpents, des singes, des hommes, des lepreux ...), ainsi la pluie avait son village dans le ciel et la mort vivait parmi les hommes sur terre ; et ou, Gbason, litteralement le <<grand dieu>> possedait et gardait jalousement pour lui-seul les produits de base de la vie villageoise (eau, plantes cultivees, cabris) (Roulon <<Wanto et l'origine des choses>>).
Martire (IDLR); 1 submacropterous female, Ravine des Cabris, small pond in botanical garden, surface covered with duckweed, guppies and tadpoles present, 200 m, 21[degrees] 18'S, 55[degrees]29'E, 29 August 2011.
The gentlemen we took over were most excellent travellers and sportsmen, and had plenty to shoot in the way of Buffalo, jumping deer, and cabris. The entire harmony and good feeling which prevailed in our party, all the way through, added much to the pleasure of the journey." (24)
CABRIS, France: Jean-Claude Ellena is a perfumer who never wears perfume, whose tools are pen, paper and memory, and who sees his work as the "nose" for the French luxury house Hermes as that of a "scent writer."
Last year, for example, the Metropolitan Museum reopened the Wrightsman Galleries, which include a number of period rooms, such as the neoclassical salon from the late-18th-century Hotel de Cabris in Grasse, purchased from Duveen Brothers in 1957.