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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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Alt-country band The Wynntown Marshals are giving it some serious twang, while Tammy Wynette soundalike Monica Queen - wearing sunglasses - looks on admiringly from the back of the room.
"Jimi's the man, he's the law," Liam, 24, said admiringly of the legendary but ill-fated wildman guitar hero, who died of a drink and drug cocktail in 1970.
Earlier, Ban met supersonic skydiver Felix Baumgartner and spoke admiringly of his death-defying leap last week from a balloon 39km above the Earth.
Nonetheless, I have looked admiringly at hundreds of photographs of Birmingham's tramway system which was one of the largest in the UK, ranging from the steam trams which operated in Birmingham from 1884 until 1906, cable trams from 1888 and then the more familiar conventional overhead electric system.
instructor looks on admiringly Kelly enjoys herself in the ocean Limbering up...
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, NORTH MIAMI * March 15-May 6 * Curated by Bonnie Clearwater * "He was able to compress a bulldozer and Bambi into one song," Rita Ackerrnann once said admiringly of Michael Jackson.
The three children stood separately on the red carpet appearing admiringly calm and collected amidst all the famous faces, the Daily Mail reported.
That's basically the same mechanism a team reported admiringly in Science last year when describing the way cats lap liquids (SN: 12/4/10, p.
Gaze at it admiringly or, if you can cope with losing two pages of your Gazette, cut it out, back it with cardboard and make your own Mogga mask.
While analyzing publications about Summerhill School appearing in Hungarian and German pedagogical special literature and press, a kind of polarized attitude has been realized towards the conceptions and school: Some talk about him admiringly; others criticize him while emphasizing the concept's drawbacks and unique features.
Merkle does not engage Heschel critically but admiringly and respectfully.
Every time a major conference goes there, the TV cameras go along, too, to broadcast news coverage, and some other organisation might be prompted to observe admiringly "that looks interesting".