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Former US President Bill Clinton said on Wednesday that he will manage his stress better after undergoing a procedure to unclog a blocked artery, but emphasised that he has no intention of slowing down.
Newspapers reported that O'Grady underwent an emergency operation, known as an angioplasty, to unclog an artery.
Ornish showed that a diet, exercise, and anti-stress program can unclog arteries in heart disease patients.
Damages to a home as a result of a city's efforts to unclog a sewer line did not result in a taking of property without just compensation, according to the Supreme Court of Texas.
Monitoring slow-paying accounts and adopting timely billing practices are just two ways you can help unclog your payables.
For example, if I pay a plumber from my after-tax funds to unclog a pipe, he cannot claim that he is being double taxed when he pays taxes on his receipts because I have previously paid taxes on the funds from which I paid him.
In recent years, however, medical researchers have discovered that the slug-like creature can help stubborn wounds to heal and unclog blocked blood veins and arteries.
Diane Steed, president and CEO of the Highway Users Alliance, says, "While this update clearly shows that gridlock has grown over the past 5 years, motorists in cities that have moved aggressively to unclog bottlenecks are reaping the benefits of improved traffic flow."
"There was an urgent need to unclog the distribution pipeline for containers being shipped to our military customers in Hawaii," said Harvey.
Three levels of subterranean parking for residents and visitors, and one for commercial activities, would provide revenue and unclog surrounding streets.