are born every time a good deed is done and truth told.
The interview seemed to go well and we all had a glimmer
of hope for the future.
1 per cent came just before Barack Obama, the US president, said on Tuesday that he saw a glimmer
of hope for the economy but warned that the recession was not yet over.
With this in mind, DeForest says that rather than provide a window into the sun's present or future, the new study can help illuminate the sun's past, perhaps even at a time when the first molecular glimmers
of life on Earth were emerging.
of hope are discerned in Ontario but they are so faint as to be more in the mind's eye than in reality.
com), there may be some glimmers
on the horizon for a return to a more balanced loan/ grant picture.
It shimmers on the woman's white headdress, glimmers
on the copper of the jug and ewer, gleams with ineffable softness on the walls.
NCLF recognizes that as important as treatment is in the management of the disease of leukemia, it's also equally important to make families and patients alike as comfortable as possible, and to provide glimmers
of sunshine and a break from the rigors of the hospital routine.
But there were glimmers
of her being a normal, well-balanced person before, which goes to show glimmers
don't mean a s**t.
Here, compact Hilary Stainsby shows glimmers
of genuine star power in a solo that suggests The Cage--Generation 2.
of this neural division of labor have come from several prior studies of people with intact brains.
And while listeners have been given glimmers
of Ndegeocello's psyche, both musical and personal, she gathers everything into one cohesive piece on Cookie, which she produced with her longtime guitarist Allen Cato.
to announce the news about GLIMMERS
to their communities before it was
Wols made many kinds of photographs, commencing his brief photographic career in Paris as a portraitist, receiving an assignment in 1937 to photograph the Pavilion of Elegance at the World's Fair, all the while exploring the streets and quays of his new urban home, photographing clochards, gutters, glimmers
, shadows, and torn posters, often at night like Brassai, whom he knew.
We see Hal at two points in his life - as an eager doctoral student and as a young professor enduring the first glimmers
of disillusion - and the nuances in his performance are minute and organic, but they're there.