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PRAISE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prospective Randomized Amlodipine Survival Evaluation Trial–that evaluated the efficacy of amlodipine therapy in Pts with CHF. See Amlodipine, Heart failure.
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Both the praiseful and the critical comments in this review are forms of respect for the editor and of admiration for the repertory in the service of which he expended prodigious time, labor, and expertise.
On two occasions, I was informed of a presentation I was to give on my current research and analyses work just before the start of the meeting I was invariably "missed" on workgroup mailings and notes concerning parties and other social functions, yet all workgroup members seemed openly friendly and praiseful when I entered into direct conversation with them.
Some disaster survivor, standing among catastrophic ruin, gives praiseful thanks to some god for his or her miraculous escape from the clutches of death while we atheists wonder in awe how it is that he or she fails to hold the same god responsible for the disaster itself.
The report drew much criticism from dissenting voices, with spokesperson of the Misr Al-Qawia political party Ahmed Imam calling it "false, illogical, and praiseful to the authority".
But O'Neill has been particularly praiseful of the 29-year-old over the past few weeks.
170), and Dobell's friend Gerald Massey made a carefully nuanced effort to defend the work's moral intent in a more praiseful review for The Eclectic:
Since Kalidasa's play is about erotic desire along with its social, psychological and transcendental implications, the praiseful invocation of a loved divinity is very suggestive.