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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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More information on LADPT can be found in Charles Van Engen, "Latin American Doctoral Program," in Diversified Theological Education: Equipping All God's People, ed.
* The nationalism Latin American politicians flaunt so proudly, say the authors, is a mutant import from Europe that has produced leaders who are "grotesque and solitary figures, and dangerous mental midgets." Academics and journalists who elevate bandits like Pancho Villa into anti-imperialist heroes are engaging in nothing less than gangster worship: "To attribute to Pancho Villa the sublime principles of politics and economy is like saying that Attila the Hun was a manicurist....
He shows an appreciation for it, but he also exhibits the necessary rupture to begin to produce from and for Latin American Baptist churches.
Zarif, heading a 120-member politico-economic delegation, arrived in Havana on Sunday night at the first leg of his Latin American tour.
As the Latin American region has a population of 600 million people and with a total GDP of US $6 trillion, the region is a high-income emerging market with strong purchasing power.
They focus on the under-reporting of workplace injuries and hazards among Latin American immigrants in Southwestern Ontario in order to shed light on the extent to which these workers fail to exercise their rights and, ultimately, to assert their citizenship.
Biarritz Film Festival is the most attractive French event dedicated to Latin American cinematographies.
He noted that some Latin American countries have economic and educational opportunities, not only for the Gulf Cooperation Council member coutnries, but for all Arab countries and the media and social networking sites can play an important role in this regard.
Now Edward Cleary, a well-respected, seasoned commentator on Latin American religion who has been in the forefront in explaining both liberation theology and Pentecostalism to North American audiences, has broken new ground with The Rise of Charismatic Catholicism in Latin America.
This bilingual anthology features over 250 poems by 84 authors from 14 countries to represent more than a century of Latin American poetry from Marti to the present.
UK-based communications group BT (LSE:BT.A) is planning to accelerate its growth in the Latin American market, the company announced today.
Two Latin American journalists in the Nieman Class of 2012 will discover new ways to inform their communities, engage with readers, and foster a free press in their countries, thanks to a grant from the John S.

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