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Rangers proved the strongest following an exciting second half, with girl-of-the-match Sleight crossing for Olivia Bullock to fire home.
We found that the thermal-expansion properties were much more unusual than had been previously appreciated," says Sleight.
Streptokinase is safer and just as effective -- that's really the bottom line of the trial," says Peter Sleight, a cardiologist at Oxford University in England.
It was an important forum, according to Arthur Sleight of E.