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  • However, local analysts said that Dr. Reddy's could gain from the generic version in the time that it takes the French pharmaceutical company to build up its over-the-counter franchise for its Allegra products, which include a twice-daily version of the drug.

    U.S. Court Approves Dr. Reddy's Drug

  • Revelations of widespread abuse have eroded Catholic authority in a nation where the church still owns most schools and several hospitals, and state broadcasters still toll a twice-daily call to Catholic prayer.

    Vatican recalls envoy to Ireland amid abuse uproar

  • A Greeley school board member who has been broadcasting twice-daily attacks on the Rev.

    Defiant Greeley Official Fears For Safety After Attacks On MLK

  • He is one of three guides who lead guests on twice-daily small boat excursions into winding estuaries and backwaters, and comes from a village five hours downriver from Iquitos.

    Take Me to the River

  • All these years, even when her house had been full — with her children, her husband's myriad needy relatives and the servants — and the parting in her hair proudly was branded with vermilion, she had never ever cut short her twice-daily ritual in her little prayer room.

    Sunset in the Hills

  • And so, while the prisoner Richardson's meals were whittled down to a meager, twice-daily ration of a protein and starch, businessmen began to frequent The White House and dine lavishly.

    Conceived in the New Liberty

  • But after repairing his ships and bracing himself for the twice-daily repetition of this strange phenomenon, he continued his journey down to an island called Cilluta at the mouth of the river.

    Alexander the Great

  • The government said the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, which monitors the waters around Britain, was making twice-daily flights over the area to monitor the situation.

    Shell: 54,600 gallons of oil spilled in North Sea

  • Most victims go untreated rather than endure weekly injections of interferon and twice-daily ribavirin pills—a combination with harsh side effects—for as long as a year.

    Gilead's $11 Billion Gambit

  • Merck said separately on Thursday that the Food and Drug Administration approved Janumet XR, an extended-release version of Janumet that can be taken once daily, compared with twice-daily for the original version.

    Merck Swings to Profit on Fewer Charges, Sales Growth


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