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hold promise

To have potential or be likely to achieve success. Our new recruit holds promise. I hope he can deliver during the season. Everyone thought the prototype held promise, but it didn't hold up during the testing phase.
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The alliance holds promise as a significant growth driver for both companies, particularly as a major factor for the development of local pharmaceutical manufacturing in Nigeria.
Lead author Professor Jurgen Claassen said: "This high blood pressure treatment holds promise as it doesn't appear to decrease blood flow to the brain, which could cause more harm than benefit."
Eriksson, holds promise for solving one of the key challenges for data transmission security: how to achieve secure communication using continuously variable quantum key distribution, the company said.
aureus, Tenthoff believes every infection is different and a preventative approach with monoclonal antibodies holds promise for other indications.
'KP holds promise for new exciting discoveries, particularly in Kohat Basin which has become main area of focus after successful discoveries by OGDCL and MOL Pakistan.
"We've had tremendous success employing similar strategies with properties in this and other states and this property holds promise for excellent cash flow with upside potential," says Brian Burke, President of Praxis Capital.
It will still take some time before AI-powered systems can start giving out diagnoses, but the technology holds promise. Google believes AI systems can create new medical insight without human direction.
Complete response of about 50 percent was seen in studies of the recently approved CART product axicabtagene ciloleucel (or "axi-cell" [Yescarta]), so this therapy is clearly a game-changer in DLBCL and holds promise for future treatment for other types of lymphomas."
ISLAMABAD -- Researchers have developed a new technique that can precisely measure the growth of many individual cells simultaneously, an advance that holds promise of rapidly testing the efficacy of a drug on patients.
The firm is promoting additional research on its magnesium-friendly electrolyte to determine if it holds promise for future production batteries, whether in wristwatches or electric vehicles.
Trevisan and Walser describe a method for assessing how easily a business, public health, or education program can be evaluated, arguing that evaluability assessment holds promise as an evaluation approach to enhance the inner and outer workings of a wide variety of programs.
A new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique holds promise for earlier detection of Parkinson's disease (PD), a progressive movement disorder caused by a lack of the brain chemical dopamine.
Adnan Jamal, another graffiti artist, says that graffiti in Yemen has not reached "international standards." Whether or not this is true, there is little doubt that the art form is growing in popularity and holds promise as a means of popular expression.
The feature holds promise for building more dependable hard drives.
Washington, June 19 ( ANI ): A new drug holds promise for those with age-related macular degeneration, which is the leading cause of vision loss and blindness in older adults.