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ARBITERArterial Biology for the Investigation of the Treatment Effects of Reducing Cholesterol (study)
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They think they think, and such thinkless creatures are the arbiters of the lives of the few who really think.
They do not know mankind nor society, and yet they set themselves up as arbiters of the fates of the hungry millions and all the other millions thrown in.
In a democratic system, the ultimate arbiter would be the people,' he added.
Mirabile dictu, the arbiter ruled upholding the return of Julia Caesar as president of the village association.
But Arbiter said that this is not an issue since she still hasn't married Prince Harry.
Arbiter said yesterday: "There was love and adoration when they were driving back from Westminster Abbey.
There's no guesses who arbiter Clattenburg will be cheering for tomorrow.
And Arbiter details how she exacted her revenge on Charles.
Every inch the tight-lipped loyal aide, Arbiter stood by him during the bitter breakdown of his marriage to Diana and his affair with Camilla Parker-Bowles.
Automation Change Control Expert (ACCE) is Arbiter Software's flagship product providing WA AE users the ability to manage all changes to job definitions and manages them through development, testing and production environments.
The Superbrands organisation, which began in 1994, analyses the history and strength of different brands in over 40 countries and is universally commended for being an arbiter of branding excellence.
The Superbrands organization, which began in 1994, analyses the history and strength of different brands in over 40 countries and is universally commended for being an arbiter of branding excellence.