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Weekly Intervention with Zithromax® for Atherosclerosis and its Related Disorders. A trial examining the effect of reducing the risk of CAD with antibiotics that treat Chlamydia pneumoniae
Conclusion No differences between the 2 groups regarding the composite clinical end point of cardiovascular death, resuscitated cardiac arrest, nonfatal MI, stroke, unstable angina, and unplanned coronary revascularisation
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WIZARD

Cardiology A clinical trial–Weekly Intervention with Zithromax® against Atherosclerosis and Related Disorders–examining the effect of reducing the risk of ASHD with antibiotics that treat Chlamydia pneumoniae
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She answered irritably, only to hear a wise wizardly voice invite her to The Otherworld.
His bare foot exposed, pierced clear through by a gold brooch with gem wizardly sprung from the folds.
Kaleimanu means Wreath of Birds, and indeed, the child's uncanny power to simulate bird cries, and his wizardly perception of the movements and traits of birds, surpass all others in his family.
Dr Bunhead, a famous television scientist, also held a presentation with his heart-stopping, unbelievable and hilarious scientific contraptions of jaw-dropping displays of pyrotechnic wizardly. Other scientific experiments and hands-on workshops include creating smoke by pouring hot water on frozen carbon dioxide, creating bubbles, optical illusion, exploring the world of nanoscience and learning aromatic scents from different parts of the world.
The breakup between the wizardly hacker and law enforcement was, in retrospect, inevitable: Max found crime a greater turn-on than thwarting crooks.
He was also superbly right, a fact I've butted my head against in my own attempts to write about Edward Dahlberg and Nathanael West, each of whose chimerical essence finds itself encircled in a wizardly fashion in the pages of Something Said (in the piece on West, written in 1967, Sorrentino even manages to predict the presidency of Ronald Reagan!).
My associates' ideas gave me some new ones too: pop-up comments from the commiserating or felicitating prof, materializing from his wizardly screen to shake hands only after a passage of special trickiness or beauty had been negotiated; an option to indicate rhyme scheme; a toggle switch, available once the whole poem was successfully scanned, that would highlight in pure gold those places where rhythm departs from meter in ways that might enrich next week's essay in poetic interpretation.
12 IT'S not exactly seventh heaven for Harry Potter in the penultimate film of his wizardly adventures.
There is audience noise, and premature applause, but there is also the tension and drama of music as it was delivered in the concert hall, not least with Wagner's rarely-heard Rienzi Overture (Royal Festival Hall, December 6, 1956) and the result is a wizardly amazing forward look to Liszt's epic Faust Symphony and a backward smile to Rossini and Weber.
Anyone who has watched the Disney version of the fairy tales or films that play upon the fantasy tradition nurtured by English authors like Tolkien, Lewis, and Rowling can quite easily picture a Technicolor boy-poet creeping through shoreline shrubs to watch the mockingbirds on their nest or a wizardly Whitman with his long beard mourning the singing spirits that stream from falling redwoods as faceless wood-cutters hack away at their trunks.
When he finds that one Takhsis means to take control of all wizardly magic, forces of light and darkness line up in a desperate struggle.
A true dedication to ensuring that their worldwide followers have always had access to their brilliant bottles has seen the winemakers continue to ply their wizardly trade whilst ducking shells and mortars during Lebanon's bonkers times of bother and fisticuffs.