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ARBITER

Arterial Biology for the Investigation of the Treatment Effects of Reducing cholesterol. A trial comparing the effects of pravastatin to atorvastatin on carotid intima-media thickness.
Conclusion LDL–C was reduced by 49% with atorvastatin and by 27% with pravastatin; the mean reduction in carotid intima-media thickness was greater in atorvastatin-treated patients.
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"That way you see if the arbiters really bothered to read all the scripts," says Dixon.
The Supreme Court in Gilmer approved of the process provided by the applicable NYSE rules for selecting arbiters: The parties are informed of the employment history of proposed arbiters, they may make further inquiries into the arbiters' backgrounds, and they are permitted one peremptory challenge and unlimited challenges for cause.
So yes, the high court will be the final arbiter and will decide on that.)
"I think Kate is aware that with these types of engagements, given that the Queen is stepping back a little bit more, Kate is going to be at the forefront and has to dress the role," Arbiter said on "(https://www.today.com/) Today ."
On the other hand, if the Arbiter proceeded with the complaint without impleading Camcam, "all subsequent actions of the arbiter would be rendered null and void for want of authority to act not only to the unimpleaded parties, but also as regards Vasquez, " the CA said.
Jeel Shah, who has an International Chess Federation (Fide) rating of 1764 and seeded 192nd out of 213 players in the tournament, caught the arbiters' attention because of suspicious behaviour during his game against 14-year-old Dushyant Sharma, also of India.
matthew.drake@trinitymirror.com THE publisher's description of the book says: "In this wonderful and honest book, former press secretary to the royal family Dickie Arbiter reveals the inner-workings of everyday life inside Buckingham Palace and what it's really like to be On Duty With The Queen.
documents stipulate that the parties to a dispute have the fight to free choice of an arbiter.
Summary: DUBAI - Dubai-based Al Maya Group has been awarded the Superbrand status for 2013 by the Superbrands Council -- the world's largest independent brand arbiter.
The umpire or referee is the final arbiter, the one who applies the rules and makes the decisions, and in most sports their decisions are final.
As to the contention that the United Nations should be the final arbiter of war action, there are times when individual states may need to take action to defend themselves when UN options are either not available or not preferred.
I have lost count of the number of times I have heard Dickie Arbiter sounding off as he is wheeled out to give Burrell yet another verbal doing.