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  • Reining is best known for her analysis of patterns of HIV infection in different African populations which found that uncircumcised African men were 86% more likely to get infected with the AIDS virus.

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  • Reining is best known for her analysis of patterns of HIV infection in different African populations which found that uncircumcised African men were 86% more likely to get infected with the AIDS virus.

    Priscilla Reining, ~1923-2007

  • Rezick called Reining, informing him that the stunt pilots at the show were looking for a place to get together informally, without the crowds, and wondered if they could come to the Freeport airport.

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  • 'Reining' in Israel is a tactical rather than strategic gesture, a means of gaining time to regroup for the greater fight ahead.

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  • Reining in Medicaid costs — which make up 40% of the state's total budget — is key for Gov.

    State Probing Overbilling of Medicaid

  • Reining in the budget deficit will likely be little more than wishful thinking as spending ramps up and Egypt's cost of borrowing climbs.

    Egypt Protests: Anti-Mubarak Demonstrations Costing Nation $310 Million Per Day

  • Reining in radonClosed windows during the winter heating season increase risks tied to radon, a colorless, odorless gas responsible for an estimated 20,000 lung cancer deaths each year, according to the federal Environmental Protection Agency.

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  • "Reining in inflation should … take precedence, even if there are some short-term costs by way of lower growth," RBI Governor Duvvuri Subbarao said in an address to bankers in which he unveiled the monetary policy review for the fiscal year that began April 1.

    India Lifts Benchmark Rates as Prices Climb

  • Reining in deficits and curbing bad legislation might win additional Senate seats next year, but it won't regain the Oval Office.

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  • Reining in corruption and plugging even a fraction of that hole would go a long way to enabling Athens to pay its own bills.

    Why Should the U.S. Bail Out Greece?

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