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can·de·la (cd),

(kan'de-lă),
The SI unit of luminous intensity, 1 lumen per m2; the luminous intensity, in a given direction, of a source that emits monochromatic radiation of frequency 540 × 1012 Hz and that has a radiant intensity in that direction of 1/683 W per steradian (solid angle).
Synonym(s): candle
[L.]

candle

Etymology: L, candela, light
(in optics) the basic unit of measurement for luminous intensity, equal to 1/60 of the luminous intensity of a square centimeter of a black body heated to 1773.5° C or the solidification temperature of platinum, adopted in 1948 as the international standard of luminous intensity. Also called candela [kandē′lə] .
Candesartan vs. Losartan Efficacy Study. A trial comparing the antihypertensive effect of candesartan cilexetil—Atacand®—with losartan— Cozaar®
Conclusion Atacand®, an angiotensin receptor blocker, provided a significantly greater reduction in diastolic blood pressure than Cozaar®

CANDLE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Candesartan versus Losartan Efficacy Comparison–to compare the antihypertensive effect of candesartan cilexetil–Atacand® with losartan. See Candesartan cilexetil.
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Pinker sent word that he wished to see my husband and that he had Edmund Candler with him.
This visit is recorded by Knowles as "[Richard Curle] visits again with Edmund Candler" (108; and see Conrad's letter to Curle of 17 June 1919, which makes it clear that Candler and Curle were to travel down on the same train).
I hope I have indicated in this essay how much Edmund Candler admired and respected Joseph Conrad, and I will end with two further quotes from Candler's personal letters, which reveal this admiration and take us back to the early days of the connection.
This, I suggest, puts shortly the reason why Candler was drawn to Conrad's writing, and I feel that there is ground to be explored in trying to explain what it was in Candler that attracted Conrad.
I also wish to thank the Joseph Conrad Estate (through the agency of Cambridge University Press and Professor Laurence Davies) and the Trustees of the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, for their respective permission to quote from the eight letters from Joseph Conrad to Edmund Candler, the originals of which are held by the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York (Accession No.
4) The letters are described in the Library's accession document as: "Autograph letters signed (4) and typed letters signed (4): Orlestone and Bishopsbourne, Kent, and Spring Grove, Wye, to Candler.