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Army Superior Unit Award, 2d award, 31 October 1996, for operations in quelling a major inmate disturbance, 2 March 1996--3 March 1996.
A novel approach to therapy for the disease now shifts the priority from quelling the immune reaction to rebuilding the epithelial layer.
So far it has cost more than $8 million for the firefighting effort aimed at quelling the 18,000-acre Sheep Mountain Wilderness blaze that broke out Aug.
Because other studies have linked C-reactive protein to inflammation, the two new studies suggest that quelling inflammation--and thus slowing a rush of cells to the site of angioplasty inside a blood vessel--is central to rosiglitazone's effects against vessel blockage, Choi says.
Spear refused to discuss the guards' strategy in quelling the violence, but typically deputies fire stingball grenades that release rubber pellets into the melees.
Quelling weeks of speculation, the affluent investment bank told its 8,000 employees Monday that it was scrapping the idea of selling Goldman to the public, rejecting a fund-raising method embraced by its main industry rivals.
Data on prescription practices show that although the New York law heralded a sharp drop in benzodiazepine Prescriptions, it also preceded marked increases in prescriptions for other sedatives that are more addictive, less effective in quelling anxiety, and more dangerous when taken in an overdose, according to a report in the Nov.