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MAAS

Abbreviation for:
Multicentre Anti-Atheroma Study
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MAAS

Cardiology A clinical trial–Multicentre Anti-Atheroma Study–of the effect of simvastatin on coronary atheromas in Pts with hypercholesterolemia and CAD. See Atheroma, Hypercholesterolemia, Lipid-lowering therapy, Simvastatin. Cf PLAC I, PLAC II, 4S, WOSCOPS.
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Joffre anticipated that Germany would invade Belgium but did not believe that the Germans would try to move in force west of the Meuse River. A German advance into Belgium was welcomed, since Joffre calculated that, if Germany strengthened its right wing, then either its center or its left wing must be relatively weak.
General Joffre had underestimated German capabilities for a major campaign west of the Meuse River, and the French attacks were made over terrain that was not favorable for large-scale offensive action.
Under cover of this barrage, tanks of the Sixth Panzer Army advanced west toward the Meuse River, creating a major threat in the northern Ardennes.
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The EIB said this was a "major issue" where Belgium had to "make up for lost time." The projects will improve water quality in the main towns in the regions, have a directly beneficial impact on the Sambre, Scheldt and Meuse rivers and raise the quality of bathing water on the Belgian and Dutch coasts.
The EIB says the investment will have a positive effect on the water quality of the Escaut and Meuse rivers, and ultimately the North Sea.