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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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Benjamin understood the dialectic of troth and betrayal at work in history as an incitement to participate in it, that is to say, in both sides of it.
Troth Wells, an editor at the New Internationalist, is the author of two previous cookbooks.
Error, in this Enlightenment perspective, was not the negation of troth (something to be transcended) but the inescapable "risk of a reasoning process" (p.
The set includes a belt of troth, a breastplate of righteousness, a shield of faith, a helmet of salvation, and a sword of Spirit.
Having been a companion-animal bachelorette for some time, I was reminded by my boundless affection for Sofia of that sweet and sadly distant time when lesbian folk and our feline friends were bound by troth, seemingly forever.
For Socrates, 'to explain is to know': knowledge is an inner troth, to be explored in dialogue with others.
But the troth is that the Comptroller lost the great turf struggle of 1999: Chairman Alan Greenspan at the Fed and Chairman Arthur Levitt at the SEC ate the Comptroller's lunch.
William Safire pledges his troth to lede by way of his essay "(HED) Folo My Lede (UNHED)," which runs in In Love with Norma Loquendi, the 1994 Random House collection of Safireside chats on language.
With two matches to go before the January 9 regional final, the FF team boss, Tony Troth, has declared: "We won it for the first time last year and I am confident we will do it again.
They plighted their troth at Irongray Church, near Dumfries, then toasted the love and friendship which lasted through separate marriages and widowhood.
Though he has sworn vengeance, Ravenswood 's son Edgar falls in love with Lucy; the lovers plight their troth at the Mermaid's Fountain, but, while Edgar is away, Lucy is forced by her parents to marry the unpleasant, dissolute Frank Hayston, laird of Bucklaw.
Troth as branch manager of EverTrust Bank's Lake Stevens branch.