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Acute Decompensated Heart Failure National Registry. A national registry that prospectively collects observational data regarding the medical management of patients hospitalized with acute heart failure across the US; 250 participating hospitals have entered nearly 75,000 patients in ADHERE
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Darcy then consider the rashness of your original intentions as atoned for by your obstinacy in adhering to it?
Do you see any great advantage in adhering to this party?
This certainly would be the case, were it not that the young fruit, encased in a soft green husk, with the incipient meat adhering in a jelly-like pellicle to its sides, and containing a bumper of the most delicious nectar, is what they chiefly prize.
Angry as she was with Edmund for adhering to his own notions, and acting on them in defiance of her (and she had been so angry that they had hardly parted friends at the ball), she could not help thinking of him continually when absent, dwelling on his merit and affection, and longing again for the almost daily meetings they lately had.
That is exactly what I wished to say--that we quite understand what we have undertaken, and that you may depend upon our adhering to our resolution.
Accordingly Caswall ordered his men to construct an immense kite, adhering as well as they could to the lines of a hawk.
Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.
A skeleton with a tangle of brown hair adhering to it lay among the debris.
He may pass on to a worse stage; but I should not wonder if he got better in a few days, by adhering to the treatment I have prescribed.
He clasped the dear little terrier in his arms; and then we noticed that there was a sausage adhering to its tail.
By adhering to this policy I have won to the federa-tion many great and noble peoples, who under the ancient traditions of the inner world would have been massacred or enslaved after we had conquered them; and thus I won the Luanians.
Grandma turned over the little packet tied up with a faded pink ribbon; a dozen yellow notes written on rough, thick paper, with red wafers still adhering to the folds, showing plainly that they were written before the day of initial note-paper and self-sealing envelopes.