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MIDAS

Cardiology A clinical trial–Multicenter Isradipine Diuretic Atherosclerosis Study which evaluated effects of antihypertensives–eg, isradipine, a CCB in hypertensive Pts. See Calcium channel blockers.
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King Midas Talk - Visiting archaeologist Andrew Goldman will talk about "In Search of King Midas" relating new discoveries and reinterpretations based on excavations at the ancient site of Gordion (Turkey) at 6 p.
The Minotaur, Orpheus and Eurydice, King Midas and the Golden Touch, Pandora and many other wonderful stories of Greek gods, goddesses, famous immortals and ferocious monsters, are not only full of great adventures and almost soap opera-like drama, but they also help to explain the origin of some phrases and sayings that have been the part of the language for ages and yet may be still a little vague to many young readers.
New features that have been disclosed by the developers so far includes a new shield-spear weapon, magic ability called "Eye of Atlantis" and new enemies likes King Midas and the sea monster Scylla.
THE HOLLIES King Midas In Reverse A 60s classic by the Manchester band due to join the 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Shane Warne's brilliant efforts in leading his group of unknown players to cricket's richest prize must surely rank him alongside Michael Jordan and David Beckham as a King Midas of team sports.
Concentration (Concentration), 2008, a photo of the artist's finger and a finger-shaped bar of Chinese ink from Beijing, refers to the myth of King Midas, but could also be read as the artist's implicit acknowledgment of his indexical powers.
The Library Journal announced in its December issue that it has selected The Seven Sins: The Tyrant Ascending by Jon Land and King Midas World Entertainment as Best Thriller of 2008.
Also covered are tributes to the gods, Greek heroes, and special mortals and mortal groups identified in ancient Greek histories and myths such as King Midas and the Amazons.
The author begins her history by first defining what a feast is and is not and by giving a survey of the feast and its various manifestations including a discussion of the last meal eaten by the real King Midas.
Timbers found in the tomb of King Midas, in a 66-foot mound near Nakara, Turkey, are still in good condition after 2,700 years.
And, lo, an angel appeared and said: 'Good tidings of great joy I bring, lo, in Cardiff town today is born a man who will save the world and run up the biggest expense account since King Midas left his chequebook at home.
And that would be King Midas - everything he touched turned to gold.