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AMP579 Delivery for Myocardial Infarction Reduction. A trial assessing the ability of AMP579, an adenosine agonist, to limit the final size of an infarct
Conclusion Final infarct size was ±10% for treatment and placebo groups; treatment group did marginally better
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Tim Kenny, as Basil, has the well-tried blend of stupidity, snobbery and cowardice, supplemented by the voice and the gestures that come admirably close to those that television has made familiar to millions.
Sara Crowe as bride-to-be Sybil Merton and Susan Penhaligon (Lady Windermere) try admirably to make their mark.
Written especially to answer the demanding need for realistic alternatives to vioent conflict, Waging Nonviolent Struggle succeeds admirably in its mission and carries the absolute highest recommendation.
Their training and experience--particularly in the rigorous experience of the war years--equip them admirably to take a leading part in the rebuilding of a peaceful economy.
Within the context of the ABC/USA, this thin volume admirably fulfills its stated purpose.
Nonetheless, private school students still performed admirably during the mock trial.
Conductor David Stern admirably paced the restless waves, aided and abetted by bright brass fanfares and culminating in a lovely calming clarinet before the final climactic crashing seas.
Alessandra Mantovani, editor and translator of the De Sermone by the humanist, poet, and public figure, Giovanni Giovano Pontano (1429-1502), provides readers with an admirably translated Italian text of this Renaissance classic with facing pages in Latin.
The structure of the play is wildly and admirably ambitious, but as the chronology plods on, the second act bogs down in plot manipulations.
He has done an outstanding job at Treasury and the IMF and is admirably equipped to confront the unique domestic and international challenges that will face our financial system over the coming years.
He succeeds admirably in doing this also for the reader.
These are exemplified by several lengthy expositions of work Flyvbjerg considers admirably phronetic, but which exemplars are perhaps better read in extenso.