STARS


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STARS

Cardiology A clinical trial–St Thomas Atheroma Regression Study at the St Thomas Hospital, London, which evaluated the effect of a high-fiber diet and/or choleserol-lowering drugs on ASHD. See Acute myocardial infarction, LDL pattern A, LDL pattern B Neurology A clinical trial–Standard Treatment with Activase to Reverse Stroke.
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The clear blue of the distance faded, and one star after another came out.
Then why," she asks in a low voice and without removing her gloomy look from those distant stars, "do you detain me in his house?
Remember that the Stars are far off, and ye are here.
On the whole, the balance was nearly even; and, writing down a kind of conclusion in her mind which finished the sum for the present, at least, she changed the focus of her eyes, and saw nothing but the stars.
Darling screamed, this time in distress for him, for she thought he was killed, and she ran down into the street to look for his little body, but it was not there; and she looked up, and in the black night she could see nothing but what she thought was a shooting star.
Some while after, she thought fit to go into the forbidden precinct of Zeus, not knowing the law, and being pursued by her own son and the Arcadians, was about to be killed because of the said law; but Zeus delivered her because of her connection with him and put her among the stars, giving her the name Bear because of the misfortune which had befallen her.
This center, formed of indefinite molecules, began to revolve around its own axis during its gradual condensation; then, following the immutable laws of mechanics, in proportion as its bulk diminished by condensation, its rotary motion became accelerated, and these two effects continuing, the result was the formation of one principal star, the center of the nebulous mass.
You know you can see stars even in the daytime from the bottom of a well.
I tell you: one must still have chaos in one, to give birth to a dancing star.
Thus, to return to the stars, we can collect together either--
But she could not have seen his face if a flash of lightning had not hidden the stars and revealed it.
The flash of scorn, which shot across the features of the Teton, was visible, even by the dim light of the stars.