For Hibs, life must go on after Broonie and there have been enough green shoots of new stars in the making to give cause for
Ouija Board continues to give cause for
optimism amongst her backers ahead of tomorrow's Dubai Sheema Classic after trainer Ed Dunlop issued another positive bulletin over her wellbeing.
Only three convictions for so-called "shaken baby syndrome" deaths have been found to give cause for
concern, the Attorney General, Lord Goldsmith said yesterday.
The 'he' in question is always a striker who has a relatively simple chance to convert, most often a one-on-one with the keeper, but never an absolute tap-in, which wouldn't give cause for
such self-important squawking in the aftermath.
Following its probe, however, EFSA did conclude "that the presence of ITX in foods, whilst undesirable, does not give cause for
health concern at the levels reported" by the food and packaging industry.
That should give cause for
serious heartburn the next time you, an American citizen, are subjected to a humiliating search at the airport.
He is described as a man of high intellect and acute sensitivity to those with views that differ from his own, A survivor of September 11 in Manhattan, Archbishop Williams has spoken and written extensively of his experience, in words which, if analogously applied to the church, give cause for
optimism about the tone of his leadership.
The scientists concluded that the "possible negative tong-term effects of cloning, as welt as the high incidence of spontaneous abortion and abnormal birth of cloned animals, give cause for
Margaret Pullin of the Royal College of Nursing said: "At the moment the thought of 36 per cent of Glasgow acute beds going does give cause for
Further, ponds at that latitude haven't seen enough UV-C since Pangaea to give cause for
Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty, said: "These pictures give cause for
Perrin said the condition of Dr Charlesworth's wife, Eve, is continuing to give cause for
While it is still early days the performances so far give cause for
a great deal of optimism.
But the experiences Michael Kelly has brought back from his three-week spell as part of the international relief effort should give cause for
just that emotion.