AbstractIntroduction/purpose Digital subtraction angiography (DSA) remains the gold standard for the evaluation of extra and intracranial vascular pathology. Typically, acquisition of multiple angiographic projections is needed to either elongate the vessel(s) of interest or to separate overlapping vessels. Acquiring multiple projections for each selected vessel is costly in terms of time, contrast load, and radiation exposure.
You’re clearly fans of fantasy! Rhaegar and Aemon are a little heavy handed for my liking though. Plus, with the series yet to be complete, there’s always the possibility that we find out something so awful about the character that the name is now tainted (what if Rhaegar really did rape Lyanna? What if he somehow set in motion the white walkers return?). I’m not as familiar with the stories that other names are drawn from, but any time a work of fiction is not yet complete there’s always the risk that your kids name sake ends up doing something awful or becoming the bad guy later..
For some reason people don’t realize if you don’t like something entertainment or informational based (tv shows, radio, news), all they have to do is NOT participate. How fucking simple is that concept? Don’t like a company, don’t buy their shit, don’t like a show, don’t watch that shit, don’t like a band, don’t listen to them. If they piss off enough people then they’ll vanish.
At the 2008 GOP Convention, police staged preemptive raids on the homes of possible protesters and rabble rousers. There were mass arrests of protesters and journalists, few of which resulted in any actual charges. At the 2009 G20 summit in Pittsburgh, camouflage clad cops deployed sound cannons and arrested protesters, students and even onlookers.
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Even tonight as we speak, he’s going to a rally in Pennsylvania. He’s only visited places that he won. He seems to be kind of doubling down on this base strategy.. I’m Michel Martin, and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. It’s time for our weekly visit to the Barbershop, where the guys talk about what’s in the news and what’s on their minds. Sitting in the chairs for a shape up this week are civil rights attorney and editor Arsalan Iftikhar, syndicated columnist Ruben Navarrette, Johns Hopkins University political science Professor Lester Spence and NPR’s political editor Ken Rudin.