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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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Troth began her career as a clerk to the Honorable John H.
Bates stresses the relationship between identity and errancy: caught between the presumed infallibility of the general will and the demonstrable fallibility of individual reason, the revolutionary insistence on political troth was less a manifestation of utopianism or pathology than a response to the complexity of human errancy.
Most of all, this study is motivated by the belief that any theory of social reality construction needs to include a clear idea of how the meta-communicative concepts such as knowledge and troth are themselves constructed in the communication process, including the mass media, formal education, and every day discourse.
The 20-team final will be fought out at the Makin's complex at Wolvey, a fact which pleases the Bearwood-based Troth no end.
Troth will assume responsibility for all branch operations, including staffing, development and execution of sales, marketing and business development plans, as well as originating commercial and residential lending.
In a reorganization stemming from the election and a recent resignation, the council unanimously named Sileo as vice mayor, filling the post previously held by Hearns, and filled three positions on the city's planning commission - reappointing Bruce MacPherson and Manuel Salazar III and adding Mark Troth.
Even the wildest dreams of a raving McGovern Democrat, at the height of the sexual revolution, never conjured the spectacle of two men publicly plighting their troth.
But Mrs Troth, who had been searching for him, unwittingly switched on the machine for a spin wash.
In fact, the Pope reiterated that, not only is peace possible--it is a duty, built on the four pillars of troth, justice, love and freedom indicated by Blessed John XXIII in his encyclical, Pacem in Terris.
When Joelle's mother dies, tall, dark-haired Indian men attend the funeral and are introduced as Joelle's uncles--then finally the troth emerges.
Thank you also for your ongoing monitoring of the status of funding for the arts ["State Arts Funding: The Sad Troth," News, June, page 11], especially at this time.
Stephen Troth siphoned off cash while working in Monaco for a private arm of HSBC.