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A trial comparing MACE in patients receiving iodixanol or ioxaglate during PTCA for acute coronary syndromes
Primary endpoints In-hospital MACE
Conclusion MACE is lower in high-risk patients without renal insufficiency undergoing PTCA with iodixanol than with ioxaglate
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The fact that Courtier had an EK tattoo and was wearing an EK baseball cap didn't help his case.
More so than history, "Lafayette: Courtier to Crown Fugitive, 1757 to 1777" delves into the mystery of how the character of Marquis de La Fayette rose to the occasion in his desire to fight for the underdog rebels in far-away America.
The second chapter is centered around the "narrative power" of courtly attire in The Book of the Courtier, as well as in Castiglione's private letters and in Renaissance works of art in which clothing and accessories are used not only to designate social rank but also to help construct political and national identities.
Our picture of Castiglione has been drawn from the refined, idealized society he imagined in the Courtier, but in Alcon, his poetry collection, he anchors himself solidly in real life.
Armon observes, making reference to Pierre Bourdieu, that in the emergent court culture, the 'habitus, or distinctive pattern of self-presentation of the courtier, differed from that of the medieval...
Courtier said, "Talent is the single most important ingre- dient to the future success of MEC.
In part one, Cervantes defends the warrior-knight over the courtier-knight and, therefore, the soldier over the courtier and the "letrado," considering the former as a representative of a morally superior class.
The head of the Djehuty Project concludes: "Unlike what the rest of courtiers of his time did, around 1470 BC, Djehuty did not place his tomb in the surrounding area of Deir el-Bahari, where the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut was erected, but he chose the hill of Dra Abu el-Naga for his eternal rest, half kilometer further to the north, because that's where the members of the 17th Dynasty were buried".
The courtier said Prince Edward had been heard to jokingly say: "Lingerie on this floor" while using it.
Beyond the basic "wise courtier" elements, there are many points of similarity between the Joseph and Daniel narratives:
Manager Beth Courtier said: "BT's support for charity telethons is a key strand of our charity programme.
Beautiful young Marget has been trained in the ways of a courtier since childhood.