With this analysis, GRAVITAS
is the largest multicenter randomized trial to demonstrate that reduced levels of platelet reactivity while receiving clopidogrel were independently associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular events, even after elective (non-urgent) stent procedures.
They have had the benefit of a high profile over a long period and there is maybe a bit of gravitas
With due solemnity and gravitas
, Tom Bates, of Liverpool Parks & Gardens Department, puts out thin ice warning signs at Sefton Park lake, with one foot seemingly testing the conditions in February, 1976.
Reilly and Ian Holm give the film the requisite gravitas
needed for a biopic.
Rejecting the mortuary grisaille of Gerhard Richter's "October 18, 1977" cycle, 1988, as well as that work's political gravitas
, hobbypopMUSEUM's installation was formally as whimsical as its make-believe premise.
Then there is the subversive gravitas
of Whitney R.
Gravity in this work becomes gravitas
in gently subtle ways.
Smith's amiable presence lends a lightness of touch to dark and paranoid material, though it's true to say that the movie assumes a certain gravitas
when Gene Hackman enters the fray.
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The Chicago Tribune added: "Suddenly, Brits who couldn't abide Brown find his dour gravitas
A CHARITY yesterday called on the Government to treat cases of elderly abuse with the same gravitas
as attacks on children or domestic assaults.
Though it's far more a staple of fundamentalist Christian teaching than Catholicism, one understands why writer David Seltzer (who scripted ``The Omen'' and received credit for its sequels, as well as wrote the supernatural-themed films ``Dragonfly'' and ``Prophecy'') opted to include Catholic heroes in this drama: Clerical collars and nun's habits lend more gravitas
to the proceedings than, say, shiny suits and pompadours.