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  • But without an easy-to-manage anticoagulant pill to prescribe, "we only send them home on antiplatelets," she added.

    J&J Drug May Have New Role

  • DtSearch combines impressive searching power with an easy-to-manage interface.

    dtSearch Desktop, Version 7.64

  • MOTOBLUR solution automatically delivers and organizes conversations, friends and favorite content from many sources directly to the phone in easy-to-manage streams on the home screen

    Ramon Nuez: Motorola Charming T-Mobile with Its Motoblur

  • Telus, the Canadian telecom company, used software from VMware to roll out easy-to-manage virtual desktops for 1,000 customer-service reps who work from their homes.

    The PC Counterrevolution

  • Airincense in an easy-to-manage incense holder in the northwest

    Making Room for Mr. Right

  • Countries in developed regions have progressively invested in solving “conventional” or easy-to-manage environmental problems, and have achieved relative success, but such issues are still daunting to developing nations.

    Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4)~ Chapter 6

  • Here are four easy-to-manage ideas to lend a hand:

    Gifts for the Times

  • Here, some easy-to-manage ideas for lending a hand:

    Holiday Gifts With a Difference

  • And working-class neighborhoods will continue to have job losses -- though small, easy-to-manage multifamily properties in close-in areas can be opportunities.

    Sound Strategies for Today's Market

  • “A fur stole, a new car, an easy-to-manage wheelbarrow with huge wheels, fur-lined boots and gloves, a huge box of chocolates, a recliner for Hannah for your living room.”

    Two Days After the Wedding


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