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Dreifort tried on a brace Thursday that the team thought would help stabilize the knee enough to let him pitch, but the pain remained.
The United States resisted calls to make a specific commitment on the issue of global warming at an international meeting last week in Geneva, Switzerland, and now finds itself the only wealthy Western nation that has not agreed to stabilize its emissions of carbon dioxide by the turn of the century.
House and White House approval of the bill would mean $4 million to stabilize Santa Paula Creek, $3.
Contrary to the longstanding notion that patients diagnosed with chronic, progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) face a relentless downhill course, new research shows that 30 percent of such cases stabilize after a two-year period.

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