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They entered the Ministry by showing their passes. Once inside, Celia, who had received the layout of the building from a sympathizer on Delaluna, led the group to the Weapons Development Wing, but her identification card did not work, although it was supposed to; the entrance to the wing was now protected by a retinal scan and a daily code. Stephin did not have the equipment, nor the time, necessary to crack the code, so Jinn came up with another plan. He hoped to use a computer to remotely access the files kept in the wing. The only one who possessed access to all files in the computer was the Ministry's director. However, an assistant set behind a desk near the director's office, and the team did not know whether the director himself was inside the office. Jinn then came up with a plan to lure them both out. Taking Kenobi with him, he went to the Internal Security Office. Finding a lone guard inside the office, Jinn introduced himself as a security consultant from Constant Industries, and Kenobi as a new employee, who had been assigned to take the guard's place. Confusing the guard, the Jedi managed to convince him that a security drill was about to take place, and the man activated it.
Drenna explained that she was using the rocshore fish in tracking down the boat that carried Leed away; the rocshore were easily scared and buried themselves in the sand for some time after a boat passed overhead. Drenna, knowing where to look, was following the mounds. Drenna led the Jedi to a small island, believing that the kidnappers were there. On the island, the three indeed found Leed, tied to a tree branch, while his kidnappers were sleeping, nested in the tree branches. The Jedi and Drenna tried to move silently and free Leed, but the kidnappers woke up and sounded an alarm. Armed with dart shooters, they attacked the trio, but the Jedi managed to free Leed and capture the attackers underneath a boat. Leed informed the Jedi that he did not know who the kidnappers were, as they did not speak to him. Jinn, however, noticed that among their equipment were breathing tubes, something the Senali did not need to use, as well as seeker droids with Rutanian royal crest embedded on them. Also, the group's skin was smeared the clay, possibly hiding the fact that they did not have tiny scales that were exclusive to the aquatic Senali.
Jinn agreed to help his old friend. Soon, he and Kenobi arrived at the inn and went to the bounty hunter's apartment, finding her there, sitting silently. Jinn asked the woman to review her contract to see that Oddo was not a criminal, but she did not respond. The bounty hunter then pulled her whip and attacked the two Jedi. She proved to be a formidable opponent, with her whip also doubling as a laser, inflicting a minor wound to Jinn. After a heated fight, the woman escaped though a small crack in the barely opened window. This revealed to the Jedi that the woman was a Sorrusian, a species with a flexible skeletal system. Returning to Didi's Café, where the man took care of Jinn's wound, Jinn decided to find out who had hired the bounty hunter and contacted Tahl so she could use the Temple resources to do so. Tahl did not know the bounty hunter's identity, but she had heard reports of her activity and warned Jinn that the woman was very dangerous.
They found Didi and Astri in their residence, unharmed, but Jinn believed that the bounty hunter would strike soon. He asked the Oddos to tell them the truth about any of the two datapads that Fligh had stolen. Astri then confessed that she had also had deals with Fligh behind Didi's back and that he had given her a datapad for safekeeping which she had now brought with herself. The datapad, belonging to Zan Arbor, was encoded. As the Jedi tried to escort the Oddos away to their cruisers, the bounty hunter sprang her trap, blocking all the windows with durasteel sheets. Jinn turned off the lights in the house, instructing Kenobi to stay close to Astri and Didi, realizing that the bounty hunter would target them first. During the fight, the bounty hunter hit Astri with her boot, hearing a crack and realizing that Astri was keeping the datapad in her tunic. In an attempt to escape, Jinn instructed Kenobi and the Oddos to go up a ramp to the upper level of the building, where they could attempt to cut through the durasteel sheets on the windows with their lightsabers.
The objectives of the work included: presentation of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and fractal analysis based approach to comparison of dosage forms of different composition, structure, and assessment of the influence of the compositional factors i.e., matrix type, excipients etc., on properties and performance of the dosage form during drug dissolution. The work presents the first attempt to compare MRI data obtained for tablet formulations of different composition and characterized by distinct differences in hydration and drug dissolution mechanisms. The main difficulty, in such a case stems from differences in hydration behavior and tablet's geometry i.e., swelling, cracking, capping etc. A novel approach to characterization of matrix systems i.e., quantification of changes of geometrical complexity of the matrix shape during drug dissolution has been developed. Using three chosen commercial modified release tablet formulations with diclofenac sodium we present the method of parameterization of their geometrical complexity on the base of fractal analysis. The main result of the study is the correlation between the hydrating tablet behavior and drug dissolution - the increase of geometrical complexity expressed as fractal dimension relates to the increased variability of drug dissolution results. Copyright 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
In the treatment of minor blunt injuries several topical drugs are known to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. They represent, however, two fundamentally different major pharmacological therapy approaches: the "chemical-synthetical" and the "phytotherapeutical" approach. The main objective of this trial (CODEC_2004) was to compare the efficacy and tolerability of an ointment of Comfrey extract (Extr. Rad. Symphyti) with that of a Diclofenac gel in the treatment of acute unilateral ankle sprain (distortion). In a single-blind, controlled, randomized, parallel-group, multicenter and confirmatory clinical trial outpatients with acute unilateral ankle sprains (n=164, mean age 29.0 years, 47.6% female) received either a 6 cm long ointment layer of Kytta-Salbe f (Comfrey extract) (n=82) or of Diclofenac gel containing 1.16 g of diclofenac diethylamine salt (n=82) for 7 +/- 1 days, four times a day. Primary variable was the area-under-the-curve (AUC) of the pain reaction to pressure on the injured area measured by a calibrated caliper (tonometer). Secondary variables were the circumference of the joint (swelling; figure-of-eight method), the individual spontaneous pain sensation at rest and at movement according to a Visual Analogue Scale (VAS), the judgment of impaired movements of the injured joint by the method of "neutral-zero", consumption of rescue medication (paracetamol), as well as the global efficacy evaluation and the global assessment of tolerability (both by physician and patient, 4 ranks). In this study the primary variable was also to be validated prospectively. It was confirmatorily shown that Comfrey extract is non-inferior to diclofenac. The 95% confidence interval for the AUC (Comfrey extract minus Diclofenac gel) was 19.01-103.09h*N/cm2 and was completely above the margin of non-inferiority. Moreover, the results of the primary and secondary variables indicate that Comfrey extract may be superior to Diclofenac gel.
Diclofenac is a frequently prescribed drug for rheumatic diseases and muscle pain. In rare cases, it may be associated with a severe hepatotoxicity. In literature, it is discussed whether this toxicity is related to the oxidative phase I metabolism, resulting in electrophilic quinone imines, which can subsequently react with nucleophiles present in the liver in form of glutathione or proteins. In this work, electrochemistry coupled to mass spectrometry is used as a tool for the simulation of the oxidative pathway of diclofenac. Using this purely instrumental approach, diclofenac was oxidized in a thin layer cell equipped with a boron doped diamond working electrode. Sum formulae of generated oxidation products were calculated based on accurate mass measurements with deviations below 2 ppm. Quinone imines from diclofenac were detected using this approach. It could be shown for the first time that these quinone imines do not react with glutathione exclusively but also with larger molecules such as the model protein β-lactoglobulin A. A tryptic digest of the generated drug-protein adduct confirms that the protein is modified at the only free thiol-containing peptide. This simple and purely instrumental set-up offers the possibility of generating reactive metabolites of diclofenac and to assess their reactivity rapidly and easily.
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Arthur chooses the ?200 a month, a jolt following the announcementofthis best girl that she wouldn't marry him if he were the only man left.The elder Cthcw makes one provision, however, that leaves a loophole forArthur. It is that he will increase the allowance when Arthur lays before him$J0,(XX), honestly earned.That night within a stone's throw ot his club young Cathew is attackedand he awakes in the forecastle of a stcarncr bound for San Francisco via SuezA collision with a mate resulted in serious damage to Cathew but drew himcloser to Corngan, who proposes a joint search for treasure concealed in aheathen idol. Corrigan has a man of the location uitoocd on one of his legsCathew agrees to join the cnterpri.An expedition to the interior of Malacca results in securing the treasuie.rubies and sapphires from the foot of an idol. Kcsentmcnt on the part of thenatives on account of this sacrilege results in an attack in which Corrigan dies.THE priests were moving about.They wero urlnfrinp; fagots fora fire. Cathew stirred a little, but only a little, ns thothongs were of elcphant-hldc Tlicrowas not a bono In IiIh body that did. not ache. Somowhcro during thoineleo ho had been struck upon thomouth. His lips wero cracked anapuffed; and ho could barely sco outof ono eye.Where was Corrigan? Ho cranedhis neck but could too no sign . . .T.prturo! Now ho rcmombcicd allof Corrigan's warnings, that It wasfar better to dlo than 'to tail Into thehands of thcto religions fanatics.They wero building tho fire for lilmlThen It was that fear entered hisheart, and ho wriggled h's Joes toinako 8uro that I1I3 shoes wero stillon his feet ILater they canto to him and rolledhim toward tho tire. Two sat on hisbody whllo a third bound h's arms attho elbows and frenl his wrists. Howhe struggled, choking sometimes as.tho pungent smoke drifted Into hisface! Deliberately the piie&t pushedtho straining hands into tho limit oftho glowing faggots. Cathew sci earnedin agony. Tho tom-toms Ijeg.-m tobeat furiously. Here and there llicychanted dolorously.In tho midst ot all this pow-wowamo tho shnrp crack of a ilfle. Thepriest holding Cathow's hands toppledfkycr into tho lire, scattering it."Corrigan?" murmured tho victim,nnd sank down, down Into a soundlessworld of utter darkness.Drkit. NORDFEL.DT. at tho head ofa botanical exploring partyfrom Johore, with a huntingexpedition as a sldo Issue, was wellpleased-witli himself. Ho had seenWhat whlto men rarely sec and stillinoro rarely llvo to tell ceremonialtorture.Half a dozen shots had broken uptho affair. His elephants had evidently convinced the priests that tlicro-was an army behind. One white manJ10 had buried: tho other lay at onouldo of tho hunting howdah, his handsIn enormous whlto bandages. Holooked llko a dead man, but ho wasonly under tho influence of opiates.Sometimes a low groan issued fromhis swollen purplo lips. Cathow triedto speak.'What? What Is it you're trylnto ay?" asked Nordfcldt."Corrigan?" In a muftlrd tone.'Tour friend? Wo burled him. Howasn't a pleasant sight to look at.Hut I think ho was already dead whenthoy mutilated him."Tears welled up Into Cathew's eyesand rolled down his cheeks. I "or nowho know that ho had loved tho derolict."Did . . . you bury him . .with his shoes on7""Qod savo us. Nash, did you hearthat? With his shoes on? Just aswe found him: but I don't icmcmbcrwhether he had any shoes on or not.Now, what In tho name of Tophelwero you two white men doing uphere nil alono? Hadn't you any foresight? Whcre'd you como from?""Pcra'c.""Did you have any servants?""No.""Didn't they tell you at Perak thattho country was pretty dangerouscast?""Wo knew. 5Iy God. don't ask meany more questions! I'm in hell!"At tho end of two months for theDoctor refused to let his chance patient Interfere with his researchestho expedition returned to Johore.And Cathow bought a first-classticket to Singapore fourteen mllcjaway In order that ho might have acompartment alone. When the trainwas fairly out of tho city, Cathewtook oft liis shoo and wrenched loosethe heel.Two rubles and an emerald; the:had not lcen touched! Sweat trickleddown the end -i his nose and spattered on tho srems. And now to sellthem.Vaguely ho recalled that Corriganhad raid something about Vaal, aDutchman in tho pawnbroklng business, who knocked you down a lot,hut generally gave you somethingworth whllu. He was leaving tho district when he ran full tilt Into a Sikhpoliceman."Vaal," he said; "pawnshop."Tho Sikh spoko a littlo Knglieh,and gave the direction affably. Itwas 11 dingy shop. Ho saw a hugebearded man behind the desk, talkingto a pretty woman. Suddenly theman caught her by the arm andflung her against the-rear partition.It was evident to Cathew that he hmlentered upon a scene of domestic Infelicity. A family row, however, wasnothing to him. He wanted to soiltho stones."Is this Vaal?" he inquired."All! Coom In, coom In, sir," saidtho proprietor.Tho young woman remained withhor back to the partition, sullenlyrubbing her bruised arm. Her s-klnwas tawny nnd her hair was black;but she was patently a whlto woman.Do you buy stones?" demandedCathew."Sometimes," with sudden aloofness. "I don't mean on the pawn-ticketbasis," went on Cathew. "A lumpsum outright.""It depends.""Como over hero .under tho light."Tho huge Dutchman and his visitorstepped under tho lamp, and Cathewdug into his watch-pocket."What will you give me for these'.'""Kthel, hant me dcr glass."Tho woman obeyed, but she lookedwith new Interest at thin young manwho hail doubtless caved her a beat-ing."Whcro dit you get deso?""Nonu of your business," answeredCathew sharply.Vaal turned them over nnd over."I vlll gift you flfo-hunort rupeesfor dem ... or I vlll call in derpolice.""Give them back. Wo can't dorCLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS"CATHEW WAS BORNE TO TH E FLOOR AND THERE HE MIGHTHAVE DIED BUT FOR THE UNEXPECTED AID OF THE YOUNGWOMAN."wbusiness. Those stones aie mine. Ivegone through hell for them.""Yes, yes, dey all say that. Kifehuneit und no questions asked."II-D Willi tury Cathow Mrucktho man cm the mouth. Thegems went tinl'llnt 10 tnefloor. Excruciating pain lan up nnddown Cathew's ami. Tho Dutchman roared and closed in Tho fightwas short and decisive. Cathew wntlorno to tho floor and tlicro ho mighthavo died but for tho unexpected aidfrom tho young woman. She scizrdtho desk stool and swung down withfull strength. An ordinary man'spkull would havo cracked like an eggshell. Vnal rolled over and lay stillwhllo Cnthew crawled aliout on hishands nnd kner.s in search of his possessions. Ho found ono ruby and theemerald. During this time the youngwoman hud f 01 aged alxiul and foundsome ropes. "'"Help mo tie him.""Ho may lc dead.""If there Is any God ho is dead.But ho hap u head liko a gorilla's.Come!"She blew out the light, locked thedoor, and flung tho key Into Urn gfittei. She reized Cathew by Hie handand he followed her dumbly. Aftira whllo ho found his tongue"What was that brute to you?""Myhusband. I havo a right tothe things I took. For moro than ayear he has beaten and kicked me.""Hero are two rickshaws. Get In."He obeyed. Ho ".011ld havo doneanything she nsked, absurd or tragic.The rickshaws ran side by side. Honever looked at her, but sti nightahead."Have you got any money?" shecalled across to him.He shook his head,ho hadn't enough toEurope. A moment later she passeda roll of notes towaid him. Ho accepted them, and they wero heldtightly In his poor scarred hands tillthey reached tho I.loyd dock. Fiveminutes after they went on boarntho steamer slipped her cables."You go to tho purser right awayA-meaning thattnko him toand buy your ticket to Naples. I'llbuy mine later for Colombo. I havean unclo there. Arc tho stones safe?""Good Lord!" Ho clapped his handto the little watch-pocket. The stonrsero there. An