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BRILLIANT

(1) Batimastat (BB94) Antirestenosis Trial Using the BiodivYsio Local Drug Delivery PC-Stent. A series of clinical studies—BRILLIANT I and BRILLIANT II—evaluating the safety and efficacy of the Batimastat BiodivYsio stent, which comprises Biocompatibles’ proprietary drug-eluting stent and British Biotech's proprietary MMP inhibitor, batimastat. 
(2) Blood pressure, Renal effects, Insulin control, Lipids, Lisinopril And Nifedipine Trial. A trial comparing the lisinopril with nifedipine in hypertensive patients with diabetes mellitus type II and microalbuminuria over 12 months.
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Nyambi inched past a couple of GU defence with his blistering pace and his neat cross was brilliantly met by Kekaetswe Moloi to put the hosts ahead.
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1 David Mitchell but Mentel ensured the spoils were shared when he brilliantly denied Sean Winter eight minutes from time.
Rhodri Talfan Davies BBC director general Mark Thompson said: "His deep understanding of Wales - and the BBC's crucial role in the nation's life - will equip him brilliantly for the challenge of leading such a successful and ambitious part of the organisation.
In its 11th year, Brilliantly Birmingham was first set up in 1999 by a small group of jewellers wanting to promote their work.
Craig Kieswetter and Michael Lumb performed brilliantly for England Lions during the tour of UAE in February.
The dialogue is rich and brilliantly rendered by Boatman, who must capture dialects black, white, and Asian along with class distinctions.
The Great Tennessee Monkey Trail" is a brilliantly written and flawless produced play by Peter Goodchild who drew from original sources and the actual trial transcripts.
Brilliantly located at 225 East 34th Street, The Charleston is where Downtown begins and a new urban lifestyle thrives, where refined modern aesthetic, luxurious comfort and outstanding convenience meet.
It seems he has a brilliantly analytical mind, but no verbal skills whatsoever (initially, at least), and, most strikingly, no bellybutton.
By tracing back the grave violations of both international and American laws exemplified by the notorious torture in Abu Ghraib to earlier American adventures in Vietnam and later in Latin America, it brilliantly deconstructs the "a few bad apples" argument.
In the musical avant-garde of the 1970s, the late African-American composer and baritone Julius Eastman was openly gay, outrageous, and brilliantly gifted.