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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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But while the promiser, Margaret, considers the contract cancelled in the face of new information, the recipient of the promise holds to it and orients all his efforts toward its fulfilment.
(e) knower services remunerated by promisers (Underwriters Laboratories, universities, medical schools, other credential givers, Moody's Investors Service, securities underwriters, account auditors, the Better Business Bureau, medical data banks, employment agencies, referral services, e-mail chat groups arranged by promisers, letters of recommendation, friends, coworkers, neighbors)
I'm going get the associated promiser to sign their name next to said pledge on my magnadoodle and take a big fat picture of them standing next to it.
On the one hand, the promised girl may not survive while, on the other, the promise itself might not survive either because the promiser dishonours his word or because he dies before transfer of the young woman as bride.
I hear a voice in America, 'I promise you jobs, jobs, jobs!' I see people voting for the same promisers and then look up as my secretary pops her head in, 'Will you be writing for that newspaper sir?' 'Yes,' I tell her sadly, 'Here we live by hope, that maybe, maybe somebody will keep a dinner date..!'
It was Schwab's on Sunset (Boulevard)-and that was where the girls met the 'promisers.' It's a problem, and it's important that it has come to light, because it needs to be looked into.
"We received clear promisers, and the meeting was frank," Al-Ghanim noted.
jokes, like "the Washington Promisers" or "the Washington

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