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VALIANT

Valsartan in Acute Myocardial Infarction Trial Cardiology A series of multinational M&M trials to determine the effects of valsartan–Diovan® combined with, and compared to, an ACE inhibitor, captopril in Pts with recent MI See Myocardial infarction.
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BioPharm Systems and Valiance Partners, together, offer a comprehensive solution that can tackle even the most complex migrations and implementations.
Valiance gets the ball rolling in a 6f handicap tonight.
By providing lenses through which issues or problems in curriculum and instruction can be seen, curriculum inquiry not only helps us determine theoretical facets of curriculum as proposed by Eisner and Valiance, Pratt, or Tyler (20), but curriculum inquiry also gives us a way to connect language or teacher talk to curriculum and instruction.
Instead, Coleridge finishes off a lengthy comment on the play's first scenes with, "'Lady Macbeth = with the valor of my Tongue.' Day-dreamer's valiance" (CM 4.789).
In need of a performance of grit and determination; of bravery and valiance, Newcastle flapped and floundered in Holland as their Uefa Cup push ( as well as their season ( was brought to a shuddering halt in the face of AZ's offensive surges.
Dubai's Touch responded gamely and had a length and a quarter to spare over Valiance at the line.
Valiance can step up on his debut win and claim a valuable success in the Listed Linda Alexander Stakes at Newbury on Friday (3.50).
John Gosden's juveniles are almost as hot as the current spell of tropical weather and the Newmarket handler sent out another two-year-old winner in Valiance.
Doug Reeves: You have got to start with acknowledging that data doesn't have an emotional valiance to it.
Amintor is thus associated with "high" blood, valiance, and so forth, but the real emphasis is on the description of the King by analogy.
'Al-Qaim was the battlefield where the youth of Mohammed have proved their valiance,' the speaker on the audio tape attributed to al-Zarqawi said.
The reading quoted Theodore Roosevelt about the valiance of struggling to achieve, stating that those who step forward "shall never be with those cold timid souls who know neither victory or defeat".