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Cardiology A popular term for the distal bifurcation of the left anterior descending coronary artery
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Pitchfork, Whale's tail Interventional cardiology A popular term for the distal bifurcation of the left anterior descending coronary artery. See Collateral circulation.
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Mustachio said the brand strategy "also involves elevating the Samsung brand with more high-end products." Subsequently, retailers can expect Samsung to broaden its floor-care and major-appliances assortment in the U.S.
The newly improved designs include longer power cords, different buttons, switches and powerheads, and overall "better features," Mustachio said.
Mustachio was given expanded duties earlier this summer as director of marketing for Samsung's Home Appliance Group.
"We're starting in the canister category because the marketplace has a hard-core following," Mustachio added.
"The Classic series lineup serves as the foundation of our business," said Matt Mustachio, national marketing manager for home appliances.
and after I had cut off the senior's nose, sliced off the con-seniors upper lip, mustachios and all, besides bestowing less severe marks of affection on the others, the whole club in admiration of my prowess and desiring to secure the services of so valorous a combatant voted me in by acclamation ...
An old photo of the real Kristan proves that his magnificent beard and mustachios required no exaggeration whatsoever.
number of rambunctious children," its "exotic houseguests ranging from Mexican statesmen to revolutionary ex-governors resembling the Hollywood stereotype of Pancho Villa bandits with their brown skins and thick black mustachios," and "Will Buckley's shocking contempt for Wall Street, for Wilson, for Roosevelt ...
(4) Meryon writes, "she was generally mistaken for some young bey with his mustachios not yet grown; and this assumption of the male dress was a subject of severe criticism among the English who came to the Levant.
The striped tollgate had taken on some indeterminate hue; the mustachios of the soldier on sentry duty seemed to be up on his forehead and considerably above his eyes, and as his nose, why, he seemed to have none at all." Nikolai Gogol, Dead Souls, trans.
Another woulde be sure to wipe his mouth with his handkercher at the ende of euery ful point, and euer when he thought he had cast a figure so curiously as he dined ouer head and eares into his auditors admiration, hee woulde take occasion to stroke vp his haire, and twine vp his mustachios twice or thrice ouer, while they might haue leasure to applaud him.