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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When you consider things like the stars, our affairs don't seem to matter very much, do they?
I don't think I ever do consider things like the stars," Henry replied.
She was sunk in a pit of blackness, with but that small square of pallid light framing the star that she had so whimsically and oh, so ineffectually named.
Just then the man with the star came and stood before the Wizard.
That does not sound especially pleasant," said the little man, looking at the one with the star uneasily.
Since 1999, the astronomers have been monitoring hundreds of stars, looking for motions indicating that some might lie close to the solar system.
Wolfgang Puck California Cafe - Three and one half stars
Marcy and his team of planet hunters have been scanning a number of sun-like stars, looking for extrasolar (outside our solar system) planets.
We postulate that the large overlapping chains of the star structure contribute to its green strength while the creation of tight networks at the junction point of the stars contributes to its higher cured modulus.
In either case, planets orbited their parent stars and weren't massive enough to trigger hydrogen fusion.
For a long time astronomers thought the galactic center was full of old or dying stars.