TROPHY


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An acronym for TRial for Preventing HYpertension Astra Zeneca

TROPHY

Cardiology A clinical trial–TRial for Preventing HYpertension
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Behind him came the two negroes, also with the old crooked cutlasses out of the trophy.
When the task was finished he carried his trophy to the fork of a high tree, and there, curling himself securely in a crotch, he fell into deep and dreamless slumber.
Over the fireplace was a magnificent trophy of weapons, one of which had been used on that tragic night.
The other head, equally ancient, was a white man's, as the heavy blond moustache, twisted and askew on the shrivelled upper lip, gave sufficient advertisement; and Sheldon wondered what forgotten beche-de-mer fisherman or sandalwood trader had gone to furnish that ghastly trophy.
Snider again held aloft another trophy of the search--a metal spike and some tarnished and corroded metal ornaments.
A dark, bloody spot indicated the place, and, armed with the knife, he plunged into the stream, resolute to die in the flood, or to return with his trophy.
But the bloody trophy in the hand of the partisan served as an incentive to the attacked, as well as to the assailants.
With its tall stature and beautiful sterling silver art deco design, the Borg-Warner Trophy is truly impressive.
Investment cast in gold, the trophy was officially adopted by FIFA in January 1972.
James Norris Memorial Trophy (defenseman) -- Duncan Keith, Chicago.
Illingworth Trophy (Line Honours Trophy) plus Rolex Yacht-Master timepiece Wild Oats XI, Robert Oatley, skipper Mark Richards, NSW.
The 80th Ranji Trophy tournament has been brought forward by seven days as compared to the 2012- 13 season, and would finish on February 2, sources said after a meeting of the BCCI Tour, Programme and Fixtures Committee.