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Surname of a child (Stephen Christmas) with the disease subsequently called Christmas disease; first case studied in detail. See: Christmas disease, Christmas factor.
See also: Christmas factor, hemophilia B.
Carvedilol Hibernation Reversible Ischaemia Trial—Marker of Success. A study that asked if hibernating myocardium predicts the amount of carvedilol-induced improvement of LVEF-left ventricular ejection fraction in patients with heart failure and left ventricular systolic dysfunction due to ischaemic heart disease
Conclusion There was no significant difference between hibernators and nonhibernators in increasing LVEF with carvedilol
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Paddy Moloney of Ireland's the Chieftains has come out with a new holiday CD that's neither very Irish nor even totally Christmasy.
I thought it was Christmasy and I liked it,'' she said.
They can still be Christmasy without blinking,'' said Mayor Pat Ahle.
Sometimes studios and filmmakers seem to go out of their way to maneuver their movies into the holiday season, despite the horrendous traffic jam, on the ground that their movies feel so, well, Christmasy.
But what if the performance promised to be a Christmasy interpretation of the ancient dance form?
We're thinking this cold, clear, Christmasy weather is kind of nice.
Children are often scared about things that may lurk in the dark, I know I was, but in this show, when the shoemakers go to bed, out of the darkness comes something wonderful - two naughty and very silly elves emerge from the gloom, giving a helping hand and spreading a lot of Christmasy magic.
With lots of Christmasy fun and confirmed booking of Santa at Rock With Laughter, we can't wait till December.
Mr Ellis received pounds 20 from the relief fund and a couple of small donated hampers - "but none of it was Christmasy.
This time, it's another Ta-Dah album lift, this time a heartfelt Christmasy ballad of the likes Robbie would do well to consider a return to.