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“I collapse onto the couch slowly and in well-controlled free fall to give the kittens Oryx and Crake enough time to roll lazily out of my way.”
“Thus, a defendant could advertise the results of one adequate well-controlled head-to-head study without violating the Lanham Act (and just wait for the FDA letter, I suppose).”
“In particular, the FDA requires substantial evidence before allowing superiority claims, defined as two or more adequate and well-controlled studies directly comparing the same products.”
“These dresses draped beautifully and with dignity over her well-controlled figure, and she was the picture of propriety and industry as she ploughed through her daily work.”
“If the tone is well-controlled, a book may succeed even if other aspects of it fail.”
“Our third-quarter results reflect a higher net interest margin, continued credit quality improvement, well-controlled expenses and improvements in several fee-based businesses.”
“Revenues and net income held up nicely this quarter and were each improved from a year earlier, despite lower fee income from deposit service charges resulting from the recently adopted changes in regulation," said Chief Financial Officer Rene Jones, who also noted that credit costs "remained well-controlled.”
“Even though the medical community has been vigilantly monitoring those with diabetes to make sure that diabetic patients have well-controlled sugar levels, the greater movement should be toward implementation of diabetes prevention programs.”
“Steering is nicely weighted with decent feedback and the ride is supple and well-controlled.”
“A well-controlled study from Denmark found that in about 1 of every 50,000 - 75,000 doses, encephalomyelitis may occur; however, these data were not reproduced in the U.S. and Japan where rates were found to be about 1 for every 500,000 doses.”
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