MIRACLE


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MIRACLE

Abbreviation for:
Multicentre InSync™ Randomized Clinical Evaluation

Paranormal
(lowercase) A transgression of a law of nature by a particular volition of a god or gods, or by the interposition of some invisible agent.

MIRACLE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Multicenter InSync Randomized Clinical Evaluation–a study of resynchronization therapy in Pts with end-stage heart failure
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Besides its Miracle Balloon campaign each spring, Rite Aid associates raise funds through such annual community events as a motorcycle ride across Connecticut organized by the company's Dayville, Conn., distribution center and an antique car show hosted by a Rite Aid in Hampton, Va., as well through bake sales, parking lot carnivals and walk-a-thons held nationwide.
Koopmans' case for miracle stories and miracle collecting builds upon previous scholars, but differs because she argues that English miracle collections, religious works produced in monasteries, recorded "personal stories:' She draws upon studies of folklore and the social sciences that identify "personal experience narratives;' "conversational narratives;' "memorates;' or simply "personal stories" (14).
Miracle managing director Khalid Juman said: "Miracle has come a long way since Bernard joined us two years ago.
'The creation of miracle collections [i.e., vitae] is usually thought to have been driven by the local pressures of cults and the immediate political needs of monastic communities' (p.
Some say the miracle requirement should be eliminated since, as medical science advances, the modern sense of the miraculous narrows.
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The Christian perception of miracle as fact characterizes the medieval period but not our own.
In his conclusion, Goodich identifies four aims of his work: "[T]o explore the relationship between reason and revelation in the medieval understanding of miracles"; to link the Church's desire for a "more rational foundation" to miracle-theology to the rise of heresy and skepticism; to compare popular and learned conceptions of miracles; and "to trace the application of the rules of evidence in the examination of miracles," particularly in canonization cases (117).
They decided that they wanted to share their networking events with retailers across the country, and that idea escalated into a fundraiser for the Children's Miracle Network.
They are radiant, totally absorbed in the miracle they are monitoring.
This commemorates the miracle of a small flask of oil, sufficient to kindle the Menorah in the Temple in Jerusalem for but one day, miraculously lasting eight days until new oil could be procured.