guiding light


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guiding light

Someone who is influential or an inspiration to others. Mother Teresa was certainly a guiding light to many who shared her faith.
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There are few similarities between Olivia and Natalia, their characters on Guiding Light, and the roles they play on Venice, although the actors still have great chemistry.
In addition to The Young and the Restless, CBS' daytime lineup includes soap operas As the World Turns, The Bold and Beautiful, Guiding Light, and game show The Price is Bight.
Susan Weber Soros, who founded the Bard Graduate Center in 1993 for the study of the cultural relationships between the decorative arts and society, was herself the scholar and guiding light behind this exhibition that revealed Godwin's multi-faceted professional life.
Just peace, simple pleasures, sunshine, love and one guiding light.
Electrical engineers have discovered that by steaming gallium arsenide chips they can oxidize the surface of this semiconductor and create microscopic patterns useful for guiding light, and possibly electrons, in lasers and other electronic and optical devices.
After its guiding light, Nancy Joyce, a former elementary-school teacher, revealed her dreams on the Conference's last morning, they were further highlighted by a tree-planting ceremony on the Arch grounds.
Steve Jobs was an extraordinary visionary, our very dear friend and the guiding light of the Pixar family.
I'M sure Gordon Brown MP is a good man, a diligent MP and a caring and committed family man - but none of these attributes position him as a guiding light in the independence debate.
United Nations -- United Nations' Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged the world community to express solidarity with Malala Yousuf Zai on November 10, Malala Day, as her effort in raising voice for girls' education is a guiding light for.
We were thrilled with their support of the LGBT community on Guiding Light and so look forward to following them on their web series, Venice.
The researchers have developed a space-mapping technique that delivers greater precision and efficiency guiding light along pathways that previously were too complex to sustain - from 90-degree angles to the rugged coastal profile of Maine.
The Secretary of State was on board the University's research and teaching vessel Guiding Light, which took him on a voyage from Cardiff Bay to view one of the proposed lines for the Severn Barrage.
ANITA RODDICK was a guiding light in business and beauty.
Chris Gardner, the recipient of the the Guiding Light Award, was honored for being a single working father dedicated to raising his son even in the hardest times.
Syd was the guiding light of the early band line-up and leaves a legacy which continues to inspire.