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IMPRESS

Cardiology A clinical trial–Inhibition of Metalloprotease by BMS-186716 in a Randomized Exercise and Symptoms Study
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I was impressed, too, with the deference that the servants show to their "masters" and "mistresses,"--terms which I suppose would not be tolerated in America.
Another thing that impressed itself upon me throughout England was the high regard that all classes have for law and order, and the ease and thoroughness with which everything is done.
He had been greatly impressed by their physical beauty and the promise of superior intelligence which their well-shaped skulls gave.
Ja and his warriors were much impressed by our firearms, and were also anxious to build boats with sails.
"Other lessons were impressed upon me even more deeply.
He was impressed by Philip's assurance, and accepted meekly Philip's implied suggestion that the painter's arrogant claim to be the sole possible judge of painting has anything but its impertinence to recommend it.
Miss Chalice, who had a clever dexterity which impressed Lawson notwithstanding his contempt for feminine art, started a picture in which she tried to circumvent the commonplace by leaving out the tops of the trees; and Lawson had the brilliant idea of putting in his foreground a large blue advertisement of chocolat Menier in order to emphasise his abhorrence of the chocolate box.
For you were in truth a very hard-working little dressmaker, and I well remember how impressed I was to sit beside you, as you plied your needle on some gown that must be finished by the evening, and meditate on the quaint contrast between your almost Puritanic industry and your innocent love of pleasure.
Enobakhare is one of several fringe players who could get an opportunity to impress in Wolves' Europa League qualifying campaign, which starts on July 25 against either Crusaders from Northern Ireland or B36 Torshavn from the Faroe Islands.
But while Clarke has vowed to give everyone an opportunity, he warned they will have to impress him quickly if they want to avoid his ruthless streak.
Originally a university writing assignment, Jim O'Connor's "The Bloke's Guide to Brilliant Cooking" will show even the most clueless male just how to culinarily impress the ladies like a chef by thinking the way a Bloke naturally thinks; like a guy!
I just thought 'I don't know what all the fuss is about.' I'm like, well that don't impress me much, I mean what is all the fuss," she said.