nomdgeur is steven he is immature and child like and has a need to tell lies. He has probably lost his lunch money on MNKD. steven post as little "o's" Red, car collector, and dozens of other names.
I think the opaque statement is simply stating that they likely will not issue 13 PRs for the next 13 patients enrolled.
"and lives a normal life while taking immunosuppressive medications" Trading one problem for another.
bad luck Moon, but a change from previous tournaments for England - they didn't lose lol. Well played Wales, had to be Bale - different to Rooney in that he is World class for his country as well as his club - Real Madrid or Barcelona never tried to sign Rooney. Onwards and upwards Moon
I'm not going to fall for that trick again where you get me to drink and try to sweet talk me.
CANANDAIGUA WINE CO v. MOLDAUER ( Dec 2002 - withdrawn in 2010)
Sarbanes Oxley Claim AJL - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE - DEPT OF LABOR - Moldauer v. Canandaigua Wine AJL 2003-SOX- 00026 (Nov 2003)
Arbitration - AAA - American Arbitration Association (stayed by a NY state judge)
CONSTELLATION BRANDS, INC. ET AL v. MOLDAUER (Jan 2005)Western District Court of New York - Rochester - 05-CV-6010T
CONSTELLATION BRANDS, INC. v. MOLDAUER (Feb 2005) State Supreme Court, Rochester New York 04-34393 Second Circuit 05-0726-cv (April 2005) (stayed arbitration)
MOLDAUER v CONSTELLATION BRANDS INC + OTHER (Oct 2005) (10 August 2007)
Sarbanes Oxley Claim ARB - ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW BOARD - DEPT OF LABOR - Moldauer v Canandaigua Wine ARB 04-022 (Dec 2005)
SARBANES - OXLEY - CLAIM - 2002/  - ; SOX 2008 -0073 REFERS: 836 Million accounting error traced back to 2002 AJL /DOL second response, Conclusion (29 Dec 2008)*ARB APPEAL (2009) (summary judgements)
After that rise on the ftse after Carney's speech I've cashed in all my longs and gone over to the darkside with my first short at 6508. The charts are showing the ftse not only passing the moon but tipped into the andromeda galaxy. lol. Far too much optimism about for my liking.
LONDON — On July 28, 2002, roughly eight months before the American-led invasion of Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain sent President George W. Bush a personal note that alarmed some of Mr. Blair’s top national security aides — and was greeted with relief in Washington.
“I will be with you, whatever,” Mr. Blair wrote, in what appeared to be a blanket promise of British support if the United States went to war to topple Saddam Hussein, the Iraqi leader. Getting rid of Mr. Hussein was “the right thing to do,” Mr. Blair wrote, predicting that “his departure would free up the region.”
Fourteen years later, Mr. Blair’s pledge was revealed publicly on Wednesday as part of a voluminous, seven-year official investigation into how and why Britain went to war in Iraq.