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AFTER

(1) Anistreplase Following Thrombolysis Effect on Reocclusion.
(2) Aspirin/Anticoagulant Following Thrombolysis with anistreplase (Eminase) in Recurrent Infarction. A trial comparing major acute cardiac events (MACE) rates in patients managed with aspirin or anticoagulation (anistreplase) post-thrombolysis for acute MI.
Primary endpoint 1 month, 3 month MACE
Conclusion No differences in MACE between aspirin and anistreplase; severe bleeding or stroke was greater with anistreplase.
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Gillespie said he has no experience in the restaurant business, but "I was familiar with the Afterthought and the restaurant and the location, and we just thought it was a good location, great history, great building, obviously great neighborhood and thought it was a good purchase.
With that amount of experience, he's qualified to declare that the most successful smart classroom projects involve a team approach where technology is an integral part of the design--not an afterthought.
Atkins was, of course, promoting his "high fat/low carbohydrate, exercise as an afterthought if at all" approach.
After years of considering storage as a hardware or software afterthought, Microsoft has added numerous storage-centric characteristics to the various software options.
But adding modularity should not be an afterthought.
federal government has been an afterthought -- if it was thought of at all.
The court saw through this tactic, saying, "the petitioner's insistence upon settlement based on a tort claim for personal injury was an afterthought brought into being by the possible tax advantage which might result.
Had Lacey not included in our gear as an afterthought her great-grandfather's old chicken-butchering hatchet, I'm sure our relationship with Herb would have deteriorated.
At the conference Simon described a vision of how device designers needed to re-think their traditional approaches when designing the future generations of electronic products by incorporating technologies such as the power supplies into the systems as an integral part of the design rather than as an afterthought.
Borland added: "If the Scottish Conservative Party really want to connect with Scotland's small business community, then they have to prove that Scotland remains a priority and isn't, as this announcement suggests, an afterthought.
Many of these theories were embraced because, well, simply put, there was no need to bleed for the preservation of those better ideals that were only ours as an afterthought.
Anthony and Linda Bennett bought the Beechwood Grill at 2721 Kavanaugh and its adjoining bar, The Afterthought, from Patrick Herron in November.