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earth

(ĕrth),
1. Soil; the soft material of the land, as opposed to rock and sand.
2. An easily pulverized mineral.
3. An insoluble oxide of aluminum or of certain other elements characterized by a high melting point.
[A.S. eorthe]
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earth

(ûrth)
n.
1.
a. The land surface of the world.
b. The softer, friable part of land; soil, especially productive soil.
2. Chemistry Any of several metallic oxides, such as alumina or zirconia, that are difficult to reduce and were formerly regarded as elements.
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Endothelin A Receptor Antagonist Trial in Heart Failure. A clinical trial that assessed the effects of selective endothelin receptor blockade with darusentan in heart failure
Conclusions Acute endothelin receptor antagonism improves systemic hemodynamics in CHF; chronic ET receptor antagonism worsens CHF symptoms
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earth

(ĕrth)
1. Soil; the soft material of the land, as opposed to rock and sand.
2. An easily pulverized mineral.
3. An insoluble oxide of aluminum or of certain other elements characterized by a high melting point.
[A.S. eorthe]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

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Adult ads take up just one of the 28 to 32 pages in a typical issue of The Local Planet Weekly in Spokane, Wash., but that was enough to get the paper kicked out of the Sacred Heart Medical Center.
In a column for his new employer, Spokane's weekly newspaper the Local Planet, Grant said he quit television news partly because "when it comes time to deliver news, the lawyers and ad reps make the decisions." Grant listed eight specific issues he says he was forbidden to cover during his 15 years in TV news, including stories about bad car dealers and bad restaurants--whose owners just happen to spend boatloads of money advertising on local stations.
--Social studies teacher Douglas Robnett writing in the Spokane, Washington, Local Planet