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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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Ramal Ali Cheema, Jawad Shahid, Maham Faisal, Alina Fujiura, Zahra Mausad Khan, Meerab Rizwan, Muhamood Alim, Abdul Rehman Qureshi and Farooq Ahmad Qureshi were among the high achievers, the statement said.
The actor was extremely humbled on receiving the honour from none other than India's youngest achiever as it also traces Aamir's multi-faceted creative journey of being an actor, director and a successful producer.
Achiever Banking is a current account service and it is designed to suit the needs and aspirations of people who are not averse to risks.
HMCL), the world's largest two-wheeler manufacturer, today launched the new Achiever 150, aiming to expand its presence in the premium segment.
The woman behind the book, Meraj Rizvi, managing editor, Xponent Media, said Emirati Women Achievers project took more than six months to complete.
Currently under construction, the Atwood Achiever drillship is expected to commence drilling operations in the second half of 2014.
The study intends to include achievement goal orientation and perceived competence measured as high, average and low achievers (based on GPA) and to investigate the relationship of approach orientation and avoidance orientation with academic achievement.
LOCAL companies are being invited to enter the annual Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards.
The study examined the level of test anxiety in high and low achievers and its relationship with academic achievement.
From left: Richard Coles, vice president, BII; Peter Maskell, vice president, BII; Terry Scott, vice president, BII; Sue Glynn, president, BII; Mike Nelson-Smith, vice president, BII; Nigel Forrest, vice president, BII; Derek Lamb, vice president, BII From left: Barry Smith, Deputy President, Chartered Insurance Institute; Tim White, Marquis & Lord; Sukhi Saini, Sehgal & Co Solicitors From left: Adam Webb, Young Achiever; Matt Green, Idex, sponsor of the Young Achiever Award; Sue Glynn, president, BII; Gareth Robinson, Young Achiever, Winner; Mel White, Young Achiever Pictures by Roland
His image was one of three new photographs of black achievers put on permanent display at the waterfront museum.
Sponsored by One NorthEast, the Lifetime Achiever award was one of 12 accolades presented last night at The Sage Gateshead.

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