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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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I'M often singing the praises of Trade Sales car supermarket, but it's always with justification.
Providing guitar accompaniment for singing the praises was Jim Johnson,who often takes part in the the Methodist church's early Sunday morning contemporary worship services.
I have long been singing the praises of our fine city and think it is great that someone has now been appointed to do the same in an official capacity.
I enjoy Science News very much but not the occasional article singing the praises of alcoholic beverages, particularly red wine, as a benefit to the cardiovascular system ("A, glass of red may keep the arteries loose," SN: 1/5/02, p.
The gender-bending pop star was promoting a new album, Tense, Nervous Headache; was singing the praises of acid-house music; and, having kicked the drug habit, was completely open about his sexuality.
RUGBY town crier Andy Latham (right) has been singing the praises of workmanship on offer in the area.
From singing the praises of Cool Whip on 21 national commercials over the past few years to averaging over 250 annual performances, BITH is making a cappella music hip for the hip-hop generation and beyond.
Many wore body paint from head to foot, like a giant human poster, scrawled with the names of their favorite 'N Sync performers or phrases, singing the praises of the new album.
But his insistence in singing the praises of G M foods in such a gung-ho way is scarey.
It finds Michals singing the praises of Whitman, that great granddaddy of gay art.
Other voices are already singing the praises of HabitForce