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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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This rule has been fairly well-learned in Washington and people who leave to scoop up the dough keep quiet.
A NORTHERN CLASSIC Let's keep quiet about the region's attractions - such as Bamburgh and the Northumberland coast - and perpetuate the myth that it's grim up North, writes Paul Easton.
My appeal was to the vast crowd to keep quiet so that these young children, whom I rehearsed the day before, could have a fair chance.
Darcy demands $50,000 from Izzy to keep quiet about the parentage of her baby, and Stuart confronts Sindi.
Then there was an anything-but heartfelt apology to Shaq for naming him in a police interview, saying he paid women to keep quiet.
Many businesses keep quiet because they fear bad publicity and divulging proprietary information to investigators.
Sports is one of the last great bastions of homophobia," says Buzinski, adding that he's reported in the past on some Olympic teams that have pressured their openly gay members to keep quiet.
5bn - and they're the most likely to keep quiet about their finances.
Despite the warnings, Hirschfeld couldn't keep quiet and at one point called Lisa "a crooked liar.
But after arriving to do a sound check at new Dynamic Earth venue the day before, the band got an urgent call from nearby Holyrood Palace to keep quiet.
He should keep quiet about Yorkshire and the North, though, as we don't want everyone living here
A young father who was stabbed to death outside his home had gone to ask rowdy youths to keep quiet, it was claimed last night.