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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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The 31-year-old Kimulu is only the second Kenyan International Arbiter to officiate at an Olympiad, the first being her former team mate Purity Gachigi.
The VTDC core consists of two arbiter chains as illustrated in Fig.
However, officials are reportedly making arrangements to stop the book's publication since according to a Palace source, Arbiter is "cashing in on the misery of that time" and Prince Charles "has been asking aides 'Why do we have to go through this all again?'"
Melville's "Hawthorne and His Mosses" serves West as a natural link between the two authors' privileged status as truth-tellers, or rather, as "arbiters of the line between truth and lies" (1).
Bahraini arbiters wishing to take part should contact the federation on 17-340016 or 39455902.
In the summer of 1954, in what would be the last year of McGowan's life, the ailing arbiter occasionally invited Luke and his older brother to watch Washington Senators games on television.
Originating as a 2001 article in the Journal of International Arbitration, the purpose of this book is to analyze the substantive and procedural legal problems encountered by parties and arbiters in multi-contract, multiparty, and multi-issue arbitrations.
"Perpetrators of hate crimes could become candidates for treatment," the Times explains, "and physicians would become arbiters of how to distinguish 'ordinary prejudice' from pathological bias." If the Bush administration's proposal to impose universal mental healthcare screening comes to fruition, it's likely that everybody, not just those accused of "hate crimes," would be subject to scrutiny for "pathological bias"--not just in the form of racism or "homophobia," but perhaps "paranoia" and "anti-government" attitudes as well.
The fifth year of the Fox administration is the year without a presidential arbiter. Let's hope the Court and IFE make it a year of legitimate and credible arbiters.
Seth Tapper, 115 Allen Street owner and developer, has selected the architectural team of Serge Becker and Derek Sanders, two of New York's leading style arbiters, to design 115 Allen Street, a loft building on the Lower East Side.
The paper offers four financial models, including the "liberal" market model in which people spend their money on whatever they like; the INCP thinks such markets consist of "cultural products intended for mass consumption." The other models involve the state's spending the people's money on what official cultural arbiters like, either at the national level, at the local level, or through private foundations.
Bush and Grover Norquist and all the others of their ilk want to be the arbiters of who will live and survive, and who will not.