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ACHIEVE

Accupril Congestive Heart Failure Investigation & Economic Variable Evaluation. A trial designed to assess the effects of high and low doses of quinapril, an ACE inhibitor, on mortality in patients with heart failure; the intent was to enroll 10,500 patients.
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William Winter achieved six grade 9s two grade 8s and an A* for further maths.
Abbie Hale achieved an incredible eight Grade 9s, while Jasmine Priantoro celebrated three Grade 9s and four Grade 8s.
Almost 70 per cent of students achieved both English and maths at Grade 4 - an important passport for further education, and 65 per cent achieved Grade 4 or higher in two sciences.
Among those completing their I/GCSE studies, 33 per cent of students achieved 9-7 grades (A/A), while 52 per cent of students achieved 9-6 grades (A/B).
The college has achieved its highest pass rate in the past three years, far surpassing the national average of both subjects.
Ella Golding also achieved two A* grades and two A grades and will study Biomedical Science at Sheffield.
'The target outcomes of reduced limits to entrepreneurship and anticompetitive practices, and ecological integrity of the Philippine government for its six-year term from 2017 to 2022 were likely to be achieved given the performance of the competitiveness and environment sectors as depicted in the results of the compilation of the 2018 statistical indicators on Philippine development,' PSA said.
Three boys gained the maximum score of 45 points, a score achieved by only 0.1 per cent of students worldwide, a further five scored 44 points, and almost half of the year group attained scores of 40 points or above, which is the equivalent of more than four A*s at A-level.
Outwood Academy Bishopgarth said a number of students "achieved outstanding progress by attaining a grade or more higher than predicted across all of their GCSE subjects".
At Cantonian High School 59% of pupils achieved GCSE maths with A*-C grades.
Tim Henderson from Hinckley and Sathvika Krishnan from Nuneaton achieved a full house of the very top grades in their ten GCSEs.
He said the province of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa had set a target of 52 million trees and achieved 30.10 million and survival rate was 82 percent.