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The Lariat XT will compliment the Lariat+, currently being used in the recently FDA IDE approved aMAZE study, which is intended to demonstrate that a Lariat procedure for LAA closure, plus a subsequent PVI ablation will lead to a reduced incidence of recurrent AFib compared to PVI alone; with a high safety profile.
And Tiffany goes all out to explore the concept of togetherness by featuring interlocking circles of gold at various points on long and delicate pendant chains and lariat chains you would never want to take off.
A board of faculty advisers promised that the Lariat would "avoid this error" in the future.
expressed outrage over the editorial, citing university policy "prohibiting the advocacy of any understandings of sexuality that are contrary to Biblical teaching" Sloan, in a statement printed in the Lariat, said the administration "respect[s] the right of students to hold and express divergent viewpoints," then immediately contradicted that statement by writing "we do not support the use of publications such as the Lariat, which is published by this university, to advocate positions that undermine foundational Christian principles.
Names from both sales events are entered into a drawing for a new 2003 Ford F-150 Lariat SuperCab pickup truck.
The sight of his remarkable semen lariat would be the high point of Ann's short life.
a streaming and rich media applications provider, has acquired Lariat Software, Inc.
Scott was completing his workday as a lifeguard at Lake Lariat, some two miles away, when a security patrolman from the estates informed him of the Cooks' plight.
This person is presented with a replica of an original Indian arrowhead mounted with copper wire and attached to a leather lariat.
Second prize: Paul Lariat of London wins a Lonely Planet guidebook, a city guide, a phrasebook and a journeys book of his choice.