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accept

(ăk-sĕpt′)
v. ac·cepted, ac·cepting, ac·cepts
v.tr.
Medicine To receive (a transplanted organ or tissue) without immunological rejection.

ac·cept′er n.

ACCEPT

(1) Accupril Canadian Clinical Evaluation & Patient Teaching. A postmarketing surveillance of quinapril therapy in 3,742 hypertensive Canadians.
Conclusion The reduction in diastolic BP and systolic BP in patients receiving quinapril was larger than in those stopping the regimen.
(2) American College of Cardiology Electrocardiogram Proficiency Test
(3) American College of Cardiology Evaluation of Preventive Therapeutics study. A clinical program designed to establish the extent to which American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association guidelines for comprehensive risk reduction in patients with coronary heart disease are implemented in the US.
Conclusion Most patients still smoked, were hypertensive or had increased LDL cholesterol 6 months after discharge. Aspirin use improved. Many patients had not been given beta-blockers or lipid-lowering agents, and many women had not been given oestrogen.
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50 percent anticipate that the traffic is likely to increase in their store and 46 percent expect their revenue to increase once they start accepting digital payments.
Start small and build up to accepting the bigger difficulties in life.
You may accept that you are submissive to unacceptable behaviours but you should not call yourself an accepting person.
However, in the CIS, those with less education tend to be slightly more accepting.
Tamco Steel, an electric arc furnace (EAF) steel mill in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., has been accepting used oil filters since 1991.
* Before accepting an offer to join an audit committee, CPAs should make sure they and their firm are independent of the company and its management.
His most penetrating remarks were those expressed in a memorandum to the Palestinian delegation to the Madrid peace conference in December of 1992, against accepting assurances by the Israelis and Americans regarding the proposed peace plan unfolding on the eve of the signing of the Oslo Declaration of Principles.
In fact, one officer informed me that accepting gratuities had been a benefit of working for the police department for the past 15 years and that he did not see any harm in accepting free or discounted items.
A large number of conservative church leaders say they are very wary of accepting government funds to pay for social services, casting doubt on the feasibility of so-called "charitable choice" schemes.
But if we settle for less than perfection, and use our best judgment while accepting a small chance of being wrong, we could move much more rapidly in drug development, fueling basic research in immunology as well.
Furthermore, 68 percent of nonpublic schools are either "definitely" (41 percent) or "probably" (27 percent) "not interested" in accepting "special needs" children--children with physical or mental problems or disabilities, who must be accepted by public schools.
Habibie are expected to make a strong pitch for accepting Cambodia at the summit, while leaders from Singapore, the Philippines and Thailand have reservations about immediate admission for the country.