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24 Apr 2008
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Fitness Magazine: Total Fitness Results for Everyday People
27 Apr 2008
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Go to www.gonfind**** and enter any search query, just like in google or yahoo, and the results will be shown with page thumbnails. Moving mouse over thumbnail will allow you to preview the result page before opening it.
29 Apr 2008
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Interleukin 1B genetic patterns predict life-long tendency to inflammation and related cardiovascular event risk profile Interleukin Genetics, Inc. (AMEX:ILI), today announced publication of the results of clinical studies that support the company's Heart Health Genetic Test to assess cardiovascular risk. The article, titled, "IL1B Gene Promoter Haplotype Pairs Predict Clinical Levels of Interleukin-1β and C-reactive Protein," was published in the journal Human Genetics (123:387-398; May 2008) and further confirms prior studies associating variations in the Interleukin 1B (IL1B) gene with the inflammatory response. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/ilgenetics/32863/
3 May 2008
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This is arithmetic problem. Obtain different numeric results using four 5s. Please write your answers in the comments section below.
4 May 2008
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David Cameron and George Osborne in Conservative Campaign HQ. The good results keep coming in - although it took a while for them to arrive on David's Blackberry!
2 May 2008
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Here isd the results of the last three Veggi Gardener shows. Enjoy...
10 May 2008
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Google is giving search results in alien language
12 May 2008
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Some of most weird search results on google!!!!!
17 May 2008
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Some of most weird google's search results.
19 May 2008
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Motorola, Inc. announces study results on the influence of technology and related behaviors of the Millennial generation (young adults ages 16-27) Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) announced the initial results of a new study on the influence and behaviors of the Millennial generation (young adults ages 16-27) regarding consumer technology decisions and rich media consumption habits, finding that Millennials are not only looking for more content, they are also influencing the buying decisions for the services and technologies. By understanding the interests of end users, Motorola will better help cable operators and service providers customize their offerings to accelerate the delivery of personalized media experiences. "With the Millennial generation, connectivity is an absolute must-have," said Eduardo Conrado, corporate vice president, global marketing and communications, Motorola, Inc. "Millennials are looking to make their connectivity more personalized and take experiences from 'primetime' to 'my time.' This study provides a clear barometer that shows the changes in demand and growth opportunities as Millennials continue to increase their buying power." To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/motorola/33232/
20 May 2008
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ICU patients are nearly one-third less likely to die, on average, when treated at hospitals using the eICU® care delivery model, according to results released today by VISICU, Inc. Data from more than 185,000 patients treated in 2006-2007 at hospital intensive care units (ICUs) using VISICU's eICU technology show significant reductions in mortality rates. Both published data from individual hospitals, and an analysis of VISICU data collected from 156 hospitals nationwide, show that using advanced eICU technologies to link remote critical care specialists 24/7 with hospital ICU teams is a potential solution to the nation's growing crisis in critical care. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/visicu/33159/
21 May 2008
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Results from the 2008 GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test released today found that 16.4 percent of drivers on the road – amounting to roughly 33 million licensed Americans – would not pass a written drivers test exam if taken today. The fourth annual survey, which polled 5,524 licensed Americans from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, is designed to gauge driver knowledge by administering 20 actual questions taken from state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) exams. Kansas drivers ranked first in the nation, with an average test score of 84.0 percent; New Jersey drivers ranked last, with an average score of 69.9 percent. Overall, findings from the 2008 survey indicate that an alarming number of licensed Americans continue to lack knowledge of basic rules of the road. While the national average score improved slightly to 78.1 percent (from 77.1 percent in 2007), in general, geographical regions ranked similarly to previous years, with the lowest average test scores in the Northeast. Across the board, respondents continued to have difficulty on questions about yellow lights and safe following distances. Eighty-four percent could not identify the correct action to take when approaching a steady yellow traffic light, and 73 percent could not properly identify a typical safe following distance from the car in front of them. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/cbc/33381/
24 May 2008
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Share Results at Affiliate Summit 2008 West, which took place February 24-26, 2008 in Las Vegas, NV. Distributed by Tubemogul.
24 May 2008
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*******www.ResultsWithGlobal**** This priceless video is a result of my global resorts business. The Global sales center is the best way to spend more time with your kids. Play golf and get paid with Global Sales center
28 May 2008
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BJP rules the roost in Karnataka elections, Other election results, Gujjars agitation disrupts trains, Apollo to pay 5L to a patient for charging more. For more news, information, and updates log on to www.headlinesindia****
29 May 2008
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