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TACTICS

Clinical trials
1. Thrombolysis And Counterpulsation To Improve Cardiogenic Shock Survival.
2. Treat Angina with Aggrastat® and Determine Costs of Therapy with Invasive or Conservative Strategies–TIMI-18.
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You can't play rugby in your own half and we need to be a bit more tactically aware.
"He is tactically aware, completely in tune with European football.
Assessing the 3-0 collapse to Belgium, the World Cup winner felt Ireland were tactically clueless and it was men against boys.
"Technically, he's very good and tactically, he's very intelligent.
Given the players he has, the only quality one being Steven Gerrard, he has to be tactically astute to keep them up there.
"Sometimes that's something you have to accept - that it's about being tactically better than the opposition.
At a recent meeting Steve also admitted he may not be the most tactically aware manager.
So tactically it will be very useful for we can examine certain aspects of our play in great detail and then discuss and analyse them."
The Lib-Dems are also hoping in other seats where Labour has no real hope of winning its supporters will vote tactically to oust Tory front benchers Tim Collins and Theresa May.
"I've learnt a lot tactically but I have to say it's not just the boss.
Without drawing many plaudits, Senol Gunes has shaped one of the most tactically attractive sides in the tournament.
Tactically, we are the only team to pick a big tight-head against him.

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