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PRESTO

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prevention of Restenosis with Tranilast & its Outcomes–which will evaluate the effect of tranilast in preventing restenosis after revascularization procedures. See Isolated systolic hypertension, Omapatrilat, Vasopeptidase inhibitor.
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Now Boro's season has finished, his transfer to Presti Family Citrarum will go through.
Having lost to eventual winner Adam Minoprio (ETNZ/BlackMatch Racing) in the semi-finals on Saturday, Williams went on to beat Philippe Presti (French Match Racing Team) 2-1 in the 'petit final' or match for third place.
Francesco Pace and Alessandro Lo Presti (2007) reminded participants that careers are losing their linearity and their physical and spatial dimensions--they are becoming "fuzzy," that is, lacking in predictability.
to such an extent that the top Sicilian don, Gaetano Lo Presti, recently ordered salary cuts right across the board.
Presti believes only a New Humanism Movement (headquartered in Rome) can possibly avert worldwide disaster and achieve "a profound mutation in the present culture and mentality" (17).
For those who believe that pleasure and business don't mix, Alicia Champion and Danielle Lo Presti are on a mission to show that partners in life and love are capable of amazing things.
Pat Lo Presti, who lives just west of the campus and has been active for years in the neighborhood, said that while the project renderings look beautiful, issues remain for the community.
With the exception of Segovia by guitarist Ida Presti, these previously unknown and unpublished works were written by several non-guitarist European composers.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award went to Italian Manuel Presti for an image of thousands of starlings being pursued by a peregrine.
SKY'S THE LIMIT: Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 2005 is Italian Manuel Presti for his swirling flock of starlings, which captures "the perfect wildlife moment".
Manuel Presti from Italy has been named Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2005 for his image "Skychase" and ten-year-old Jesse Ritomen, from Finland was named Young Wildlife Photographer ofthe Year 2005 for his image "Inquisitive Jay," at a special viewing at the Natural History Museum in London.