TROPHY


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An acronym for TRial for Preventing HYpertension Astra Zeneca

TROPHY

Cardiology A clinical trial–TRial for Preventing HYpertension
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Our End Trophy Hunting campaign is backed by celebrities, MPs, peers and conservationists - highlighting the sick trade in animals shot for pleasure.
Your image, the way you looked when you won, is going to stay forever on that legendary trophy. It's very special.'
"I had relented regarding the decision only because things had turned ugly and I did not want the competent and hardworking officials of the BCCI to bear the brunt and to avoid any controversy during the ceremony after the great work done by the IPL team in putting up such a good show, I relented as I was told that the General was not eager to give the trophy," she added.
Kamran Akmal said that he was thrilled to lift the trophy.
The final stop of the trophy's tour will be in Karachi, where fans will be able to see it on October 7 and 8.
The trophy will then travel to Islamabad from October 6 to 8 and then Karachi from October 9 to 13.
The ICC decision to have the trophy in Oman was welcomed by Pankaj Khimji, senior OC board member.
That version, the Fifa World Cup Trophy, has been in play since 1974 when it replaced the original Jules Rimet Trophy given to Brazil in 1970 after it clinched its third World Cup win.
The Fifa World Cup trophy that the winning team will hoist aloft on July 15 was introduced in 1974, after Brazil won the previous trophy outright following their third World Cup triumph.
Emir Cup trophy tour started at Al Bidda Tower in Doha yesterday.
The World Cup trophy has arrived in Mongolia for the first time early on Monday, reports Montsame news agency.