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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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"Promising, Intimate Relationships, and Conventionalism." Philosophical Review 117, no.
For criticism of the Practice View, see, e.g., Shiffrin, "Promising, Intimate Relationships, and Conventionalism," 519-23; Scanlon, What We Owe to Each Other, 309-11; Owens, Shaping the Normative Landscape, ch.
In-depth exploration of the promising alternatives (including an examination of the possibility of actualizing them), to locate a few suitable alternatives
In Promising Language Randall Craig explores the concept of the promise and its linguistic and social significance in the Victorian novel.
What are recruiters promising? Recruiting resembles sorority/fraternity rush more closely than any other activity.
Wanting her cousin to have the job, Baker promises the position to Classics and later keeps that promise.(2) (155) Nepotism is intended to be a case in which Baker misuses the moral effect of promising. Yet Smith defends a consequentialist principle about promises that initially seems to endorse Baker's conduct in Nepotism:
Therefore, it is inconceivable that they were promising on Emerson's behalf to grant the plaintiffs a franchise(190) or that the plaintiffs reasonably interpreted the defendants' statements as a promise.
India's youngest state may be under a huge burden of public debts but this has not deterred the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS), the Congress-led People's Front and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from promising all sorts of freebies to voters for December 7 elections to the Telangana Assembly.
By promising cash, cars, jewelry, and other prizes, unscrupulous telemarketers have fleeced millions of people out of their hard-earned savings.
Their brevity looked, do I dare say, promising. But on the other hand, I never did swallow architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's maxim that less is more.
The idea of "deserving" to succeed brings us to Trillin's third main theme: what he considers the burden of "promise." When Denny Hansen left Yale, he might have seemed the complete fulfillment of what it meant to be promising." He was off to Oxford on a Rhodes scholarship.
However, an officer's statements that simply suggest hope without promising leniency are generally considered by the courts to be insufficient inducement to render a subsequent confession inadmissible.(30)

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