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(1) PEACE

Prevention of Events with Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibition. A trial that assessed the effect of ACE inhibitors on fatal and nonfatal coronary artery disease events in patients with coronary artery disease and preserved left ventricular ejection fraction
Conclusion The tested ACE inhibitor—trandolapril—had no effect on endpoints

(2) Peace

Drug slang A regional term for LSD or PCP
Global village Freedom from or cessation of conflict, violence or civil disturbance
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PEACE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prevention of Events with Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor Therapy
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Patient discussion about Peace

Q. is there a natural medicine i can provide my son in order to help him be more calm and peaceful and not so hyperactive and frantic ?

A. Nerve cell membranes are composed of phospholipids containing large amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6). Studies have been conducted to examine the impact of omega-3 and omega-6 deficiency and the possible impact of fatty acid supplementation. more is needed but there's a calming effect on people. give him Omega-3 capsules and there should be a change after about 2 months.

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"All right, I'll get that cropped close to my head before I get there; then him and Brace will keep my secret, and I'll live with them as being a stranger, and the neighbors won't ever guess me out.
"Well, of course me and Huck are going to keep mum there, but if you don't keep mum yourself there's going to be a little bit of a risk--it ain't much, maybe, but it's a little.
He has only to take care that they do not get hold of too much power and too much authority, and then with his own forces, and with their goodwill, he can easily keep down the more powerful of them, so as to remain entirely master in the country.
No one wanted to risk such an accident as that, you may be sure; so all the passengers stayed huddled up in the dark cabin, listening to the shrieking of the storm and the creaking of the masts and rigging and trying to keep from bumping into one another when the ship tipped sidewise.
"`Hope and keep busy', that's the motto for us, so let's see who will remember it best.
"There's no use making a resolution you CAN'T keep. There are people in this family you've just GOT to quarrel with if you want to live.
Yes, what was true eight hundred years ago, is just as true today: "Few there be that can keep a hotel." Perhaps it is because the landlords and their subordinates have in too many cases taken up their trade without first learning it.
Don't let any of them reach the shore until I tell you--just keep them swimming about, will you?
By this time we had got so far out of the run of the current that we kept steerage way even at our necessarily gentle rate of rowing, and I could keep her steady for the goal.
Pennsylvania, nevertheless, in a time of profound peace, from the existence of partial disorders in one or two of her counties, has resolved to raise a body of troops; and in all probability will keep them up as long as there is any appearance of danger to the public peace.
Crooks and Le Clerc across the river, with the remainder of the meat, as the other party were to keep up along the opposite bank.
At any cost he had to avoid that terror, and to keep it away he must do something--occupy himself with something.