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Millenia Hope is in the business of developing innovative treatment and quality medication products that will lead to healthier lives.
The Wall of Hope will be on display at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel, 9500 Wilshire Blvd.
Mahony criticized Wilson for deciding to cut Hope In Youth funding, suggesting it was political payback for the cardinal's opposition to Proposition 187 and the governor's stand against affirmative action.
It is said that when evil comes upon us, Hope follows in its footsteps, and points to a happier future.
I hope someday you'll join us, and the world will live as one.
This has provided Nancy with hope for the future, the hope that keeps her going.
Viewers of MBC Group's six TV channels are invited to share their experiences of how they see hope, what hope means to them, or how they wish to create hope - whether in their families, their communities or their countries.
I surely hope that the vision of the new Holy Father Benedict XVI will unite the whole world, bring us all together, bring out the best in ourselves.
Second, we propose a developmental model regarding the formation of hope in children.
In contrast, hope takes seriously the present historical situation and remains committed to work with that reality.
Academy announced today that it will receive a $25,000 grant from A Glimmer of Hope, a leading local family foundation dedicated to improving the lives of at-risk youth in economically disadvantaged parts of Austin.
And people who never met Bob Hope called him an all-around entertainer and funnyman who embodied American patriotism even though he was born in Great Britain.
NEW YORK -- Portraits of Hope, a non-profit organization that produces inspirational, one-of-a-kind youth projects, has teamed up with Ameriquest Mortgage's Soaring Dreams youth initiative to raise the spirits of children throughout the New York City area with an exciting project that carries a big message: Dream big.