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QUIET

Cardiology A clinical trial–the Quinapril Ischemic Event Trial–on ischemic events and progression of ASHD in CAD. See Coronary artery disease, Quinapril.
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In such a case KCR will never keep quiet. I hope the system will prevail and he will set himself right.
* After Greek authorities decided to keep quiet and the Macedonian prime minister dismissed as speculations reports in Macedonian media concerning mediator Nimetz's latest proposal, BDI leader Ali Ahmeti said 'Upper Republic of Macedonia' was the last proposal that needs to be discussed.
She simply can't keep quiet, even though beloved Nan is sick, but while Mum gets cross, Nan shares Harmony's love of music.
Made In Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh has hit a new level of fame since she started dating rapper Professor Green, but she has now decided to keep quiet about their relationship.
During the Second World War, there were many who chose to remain silent as Hitler went about his dastardly deeds: There was the Protestant church, the Roman Catholic church, and so many groups of men and women who chose to keep quiet. Some didn't even utter a whimper as they watched Jews being marched off to the concentration camps.
Why is the petroleum ministry keeping quiet, or has it been asked to keep quiet?" he asked.
It is the only authorized to prevent these incidents and should not keep quiet while only one week ago, the fur coats of Madame Pepi were the only thing the police talked about.
Why doesn't Holley keep quiet until the issue has been decided?
The Lib/Lab/Con politicians keep quiet about just how much of what goes on in Britain these days is due to the orders of our real government in Brussels.
And 56 per cent of Brummies questioned said they would keep quiet rather than give back extra change they may have been given by mistake in a shop.
"I Promise to Keep Quiet (After I'm Dead)" are the rants and raves of Lea Hope Becker, a woman of many careers who hopes to inspire other women to search tirelessly for a profession they will be happy with.