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BETTER

Beta Radiation Trial to Eliminate Restenosis. A trial assessing 32P beta-radiation delivery by the RDX system, which has the radioactive material incorporated into the balloon material.
 
Results
Low target-vessel revascularisation (TVR) and major adverse cardiac events (MACE).

BETTER

Cardiology A clinical trial–Beta Radiation Trial to Eliminate Restenosis. See BRITE, In-stent restenosis.
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But there's another water feature in the city, one that has been neglected for the better part of the century and treated little better than a landfill.
Otherwise, the dancing was little better than amateur, not only in Brahms Waltzes (presented by Dance Consort: Mezzacappa-Gabrian with teenaged girls from Young Dancers in Repertory) and Soaring (danced by LaGuardia High School students), but also in Symphony for Strings, in which Clay Taliaferro struggled with choreography he is too old to perform and an overweight John Crawford literally spilled out of his trousers.
We've found that many people can't believe we're open on bank holidays, but this is just one of the reasons that customers tell us that Compass is just a little better than other banks," said Mark Gibson, Compass' director of marketing.
Both teams played good, but they executed a little better than we did.
Specifically, the review praised the E/X 3250's SSL capability, noting that when the unit was deployed in InfoWorld's test site, "performing SSL transactions involving complex pages for several hundred clients resulted in a little better than 20 times improvement in response times" compared to using the same Web server alone without an E/X 3250.
Modesto's) a good ballclub, and their pitching was a little better than ours in this series and they deserved to win, but I was proud of our guys the way they battled.
The weak trend has continued, leading to a large reduction in the stabilization reserve, but its closing balances at June 30, 2003, was a little better than expected and the budget for fiscal 2004 maintains this level.
We just want to do a little better than we did last year: that's the goal,'' said Sgt.
The survey findings indicate that even the polymer producer with the highest rating is little better than half way to implementing all 72 practices.
Broad Institute - with partners Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and the Whitehead Institute - said in an interview that he'd like to be remembered as someone who ``gave something back, who made a difference, and left this place a little better than when I found it.