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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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Tillerson said, "Today we remember the victims of the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, and honor the heroes who valiantly saved many lives that day, even sacrificing their own.
"Since the launch of last phase in February 2016, army troops have been fighting valiantly and have cleared 640 square km of Shawal area," the spokesman said.
"He will forever be associated with the Parkside Colliery - which he fought so valiantly to defend from closure - and he honoured the men who worked there, and the local community, by taking Lord Evans of Parkside as his title after entering the House of Lords, when he stepped down from the House of Commons in 1997."
Despite going down a man, Steve McClaren's side battled valiantly and while they eventually conceded through an unfortunate Fabricio Coloccini own goal the performance was one of positives.
The Syrian Arab government is fully capable of fighting ISIS valiantly and we don't need any other troops."
"The MILF defended their community and the PNP SAF commandos were under order from their superior and both sides fought valiantly to their last breath believing that they were doing this for their country.
The sides were inseparable into extra time, with both teams playing valiantly despite tiredness kicking in.
The source added that the security forces and the sons of the tribes repulsed all attacks valiantly and with great courage and prevented the IS organization from storming the city, adding that the IS launched today a major attack on the district using the tanks and car bombs in addition to shelling residential neighborhoods, but failed to break into the city and suffered heavy losses in lives and equipment.
The members said that Independence Day will remain a beacon to the Syrians who are today fighting valiantly to protect their homeland, and that the heroes of the Syrian Arab Army is now carrying on the legacy of their forefathers who achieved independence.
Irvine, from Newtownards, Co Down, fought valiantly in defence of his title but ultimately came up short.
We were both speechless and felt so sorry for the players on Sunday when the boys in green played so valiantly and deserved to beat the All Blacks, but sadly lost with the last passage of play.
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