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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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Renowned as the greatest Roman emperor, Julius Caesar lived from 100 - 44BC and conquered France and Belgium during is rule, adding them to the Roman Empire.
"I'm Julius Caesar of Rome," says the man in full battle gear.
"When I watched Julius Caesar the other night, I thought, 'If I don't do anything more than this, that's enough.'" She's not talking about packing it in.
The Public Theater chose to present Julius Caesar "in a way that was intended to provoke and offend.
In a statement, Oskar Eustis, the show's director, said: "Anyone seeing our production of Julius Caesar will realize it in no way advocates violence towards anyone.
This completely revised and updated edition of "No Such Army Since the Days of Julius Caesar" is based upon extensive archival and firsthand research.
The fact that Alexander's Julius Caesar belongs to the category of early modern closet drama should no longer lead to its dismissal as an ivory-tower cultural product: far from it, as Marta Straznicky argues, early modern closet drama "did not confine itself to the closed spaces in which elite literary activities occurred ..., but sought instead to occupy a cultural position that could meaningfully intervene in social, religious, and political discourse." (6) As a closet drama, Julius Caesar was supposed to be read, meditated upon, and discussed rather than seen on stage.
Re-staged history plays such as Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra are either imbued with political implications or re-presented with local cultural legacy and in the recreation of the Roman plays in East Asia, each director mirrors and re-interprets empire building, the nature of conquerors, the scheming of politicians, the sites of contestation, and the perception of conflicts or highlights the local art forms with modern dramaturgy to create a dialogue with Shakespearean plays.
I don't mean to be big-headed, but it's hard to be humble when you're one of the greatest generals who ever lived.' A difficulty that I experienced when reading the 'journal' sections of this book is the inescapable sensation that Julius Caesar is penning his reminiscences from a historical perspective many years beyond his own demise.
THERE'S a timeless synergy to the latest staging of ShaKespeare's Julius Caesar. This production, by the Royal ShaKespeare Company, is unique as it is set in Africa and stars an all BLACK cast.
Washington, October 11 ( ANI ): CSIC researchers believe they have found the exact spot in Rome where Julius Caesar was stabbed to death on March 15, 44 BC.