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PROMISE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prospective Randomized Milrinone Survival Evaluation–that evaluated the effect on M&M in Pts with severe CHF treated with milrinone. See Congestive heart failure, Heart failure, Milrinone.
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The Postpaid Promise initiative consists of the Data Roll Over Promise (mentioned above), the Family Promise and The Security Promise.
6 PROMISE: We will safeguard British interests in the EU single market.
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By guiding the user to personal, professional, social, civic or political achievements, Fair Promise is inviting them to be a harbinger and inspiration for positive change on issues that matter the most to them.
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Keep the Promise to Veterans was officially formed Thursday, according to records with the Federal Election Commission.
Promise scholarship programs such as the one developed by the basketball superstar or even the Scott's Tots program devised by the fictitious Michael Scott of television's "The Office" are a distinct type of college scholarship.
A brand promise represents everything a company stands for -- or does not stand for.
Even Mary's song, which is voiced entirely as a past-tense testimony, somehow still sounds like future promise. We hear it as future promise.
As a model for revitalizing an urban school district and its community, the Promise, as it is called, has attracted much attention and many imitators.
The Scout Association is offering an additional alternative promise that will allow those who have no faith to promise to do their best, to uphold our Scout values and to do their duty to the Queen.
And when you say "inshallah", it means that you have the intention of doing something, unfortunately people are now using it as a polite way of saying "dream on." When you ask someone, "Why aren't the papers ready when you promised to finish them on Saturday?" He replies, "There are four Saturdays in a month" or "I didn't promise, I said inshallah." I don't know why we break our promises like this.