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A trial comparing MACE in patients receiving iodixanol or ioxaglate during PTCA for acute coronary syndromes
Primary endpoints In-hospital MACE
Conclusion MACE is lower in high-risk patients without renal insufficiency undergoing PTCA with iodixanol than with ioxaglate
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From Llandudno Law Courts continue to Conwy via Llandudno Coach Park via Maesdu Road serving West Shore roundabout.
He said it was against the freedom of the Press to restrict media entry into law courts, and reminded advocates that they were breaking the law by adopting such a tactic.
<B Australia's most senior judge Chief Justice Robert Shenton French AC, centre, with Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales Lord Thomas, left, and Judge Richard Twomlow, right, during a visit to Merthyr Law Courts to pay tribute to one of his country's 'founding fathers' Sir Samuel Griffith Benjamin Wright
It's less ornate than the Law Courts, its visual palette is refined, more befitting of its methodist religious roots, however it still exudes power through blocked ionic columns and sculpted figures.
Where there was extreme cruelty a law court judge could be asked to dispense with the blood parents' consent and grant an adoption but all too often many judges were reluctant to do this.
| Teesside Law Courts in |early 1973, left and above - the entrance as seen then from the public library in Victoria Square
A REFERENDUM to create a dedicated family law court is to be held next year.
In the Georgian President's words, the Law on Common Law Courts is vitally important for
Soon after the Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, issued a decree expanding the jurisdiction of the DIFC Courts courts, The National published an article that talked about the potential for lawyers in the local court system to lose business because people will opt to go to the common law courts instead.
Phillip (Pip) Hughes of Denbigh, the North Wales volunteer coordinator for Help for Heroes, said: "It is the support of people like the court users at the Law Courts that helped the national campaign raise over pounds 1.5 million."
"A law court deals with the results of a dispute while a social scientist solves the dispute at its roots and brings about mutual understanding and affection between the contending parties," he said.
The event - organised by the Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield association branch - included a reception at the city's Victoria Law Courts, which dates from 1891.