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Lipid Assessment Trial in an Italian Network. A trial designed to assess the variation in total serum cholesterol during the course of MI with respect to infarct size and C-reactive protein level
Conclusion Variations in total serum cholesterol were more pronounced in patients with larger infarcts
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Here, the present English version is almost unrecognisable when set against the Latin edition and the new draft translation, which follows the Latin text closely and restores a much-needed sense of the sacred.
By far the strongest humanist criticism against medieval Latin was the supposed corruption of the pure, classical language with Cicero as its chief model, although this limitation of good and elegant Latin was soon opposed, for instance, by Politianus and Erasmus, and culminating with Justus Lipsius at the end of the sixteenth century.
Guide to the Perfect Latin American Idiot does not dissect the region's populist-nationalist thinkers--it goes at them the way slash-and-burn peasant farmers go after an overgrown field.
It is true that from the latter half of the nineteenth century, Protestant missionary societies, mostly North American, succeeded in sustaining an active proselytism among Latin American liberal minorities.
Liu Yuqin, member of Foreign Affairs Committee of The Charhar Institute It is the natural extension of the BRI to reach Latin America.
This book is helpful in understanding Latin, its influence on Western culture, and the evolution of languages in general.
There are going to be many amazing Latin dance shows in the event, such as Salsa, Tango, Bachata, and live performances of Latin jazz, Salsa music, and a Latin classic duo.
Latin music comes in many varieties and forms, from Mexico's mariachi and banda music, to Cuba's sophisticated danzon and hip shaking rumba, to the simple moving sounds of Andean flutes, and the exotic rhythms of Brazil.
Yet, despite such a favorable external environment, and the direct boost from healthy commodity sales, Latin American economic growth averaged only 4 percent between 2002 and 2006.
Of course important individuals and Latin works are the subject of several contributions.
As a result, Brazil is looking to share its expertise with the rest of Latin America, a region that appears primed to become a world leader in bio-fuel production.
There are three battles going on in Latin America at present.