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ADROIT

Adverse Drug Reactions Online Information Tracking. A storage, retrieval and analysis tool used to monitor drug safety of marketed medicinal products in the UK.
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Aimee Said manages to capture many issues confronting teens and sensitively and adroitly shares messages about the importance of real friendship and family.
Can anyone imagine any of the politicians of the TV debates handling themselves so adroitly, stage managed and shielded as they are from the prepared audiences or exposed to the legitimate scrutiny of the general public?
Graeme Swann marshalled the tail adroitly to push England to 435 all out in their first innings on the second morning of the first Ashes Test against Australia in Cardiff.
99) THE story revolves around a group of 30-somethings - but sadly it has been done before, more adroitly and excitingly.
She also puts the works into their historical and cross-cultural contexts, adroitly demonstrating the importance of these neglected booklets to both literature and history.
Read aloud by Grammy and Audie Award-winning performer Jim Dale, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a delightful performance that adroitly captures this whimsical spirit of the story.
Therefore the game, if played adroitly, should end in a draw but if First takes one of (M)AID, B(RED), E(X)IT = TIE, or ART(Y) and Second doesn't take RIOS, First can force a win.
Harrison adroitly manipulates the reader back to Kisten's death, making it a psychologically intricate part of this book's plot while setting it up to be the main emphasis of the seventh installment.
Von Papen became vice-chancellor, but Hitler used his position adroitly to achieve a dictatorship, partly by building on reports of a supposed Communist conspiracy against the state.
Adroitly co-edited by Susan Burmeister-Brown and Linda B.
She writes well, keeps up a good pace and uses her material adroitly.
The result is a spellbinding and entirely original neo-gothic thriller that moves the listener adroitly from the world of staged illusion to the otherworldly, from the historical--Nikola Tesla makes an important cameo appearance--to the horror-laden, with all sorts of strange and dazzling stops along the way.