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Emory Angioplasty versus Surgery Trial. A trial comparing long-term outcomes of patients with multivessel coronary disease undergoing revascularization with PTCA to CABG
Conclusion No significant difference in mortality between CABG and PTCA as primary therapy for multivessel disease; PTCA had a greater need for repeat revascularization
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The beauty of Georgian Bay and Killarney Park lures tourists into the area and the East family welcomes them into their cabins where they can enjoy Canadian cuisine, a comfortable place to rest and first-class hospitality.
CAVR recorded 8,000 interviews and presented its final 2,500-page report to the East Timor government on Oct.
For historians of the Jewish East End, the primacy of "community" in discussions of the East End has presented something of a conundrum.
Ever since the Berlin Wall went up in the summer of 1961, Jaeger had defended the "Anti-Fascist Protection Rampart," as the East German authorities called it.
The East aimed to do away with design hierarchy, redefine solidarity between people and make functions transparent.
The accords, signed by the Communist governments of the East, guaranteed individual human and political rights to all peoples and limited the authority of governments to act against their own citizens.
Again Venice captures the reader's attention, as the Loredan embassy of 1338 to the East is discussed followed by a consideration of the various fondachi (an institution whose purpose was to afford accommodation to foreign merchants, often in a special palace, while controlling their mercantile activities).
The East German artists' canvases generally lack the bright colors and vivid light of the Soviet socialist realist paintings that served as their starting points.
A case in point is his exposition of the practice of facing the East to pray.
East Timorese have finally been able to travel by land to the East Timor enclave of Oecussi, surrounded by Indonesian territory, after an agreement was reached Monday between the Indonesian government and the U.N.
They condemned the Western powers' underhanded diplomacy toward the Muslim countries, and the Soviet government's appeal of December 20, 1917 to "All the Working Muslims of Russia and the East", which was signed by Lenin himself, officially declared that "the Arabs as well as all Muslims had the right to be masters of their countries and to decide their own destinies as they wished".
"Without a question, there will be more trade going through the canal going directly to the East Coast of the United States," says Tony Hupfeld, senior vice president for Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, or the "K" Line, one of the shipping lines increasing its service through Panama.