Leap of Faith
supplies the phone and service during the 90-day study.
The 67-year-old daredevil, who is a member of the Rotary Club of Coventry, will make his leap of faith
at RAF Weston-on-the-Green, in Oxfordshire.
Prospective buyers can actually see and appreciate the beauty of the residences and the building's many amenities, rather than rely on floor plans and a brochure, which require a leap of faith
," she says.
She took a leap of faith
and left Universal Distribution in 1998 to run Y-Tie full-time.
Concerned that the results might be misinterpreted, Hollis says that he "would caution against making too great a leap of faith
between detection of a simple sugar and detecting life in the interstellar clouds.
Added Mashariki, "When I left my legal career, I took a leap of faith
and landed at a remarkable company.
BIRD-FOOD J A vulture gets to work on a drowned animal GERONIMO A wildebeest makes a leap of faith
into the churning river Mara in Kenya
And Escobar plans to repay the Angels for their leap of faith
Would you rather ollie the Leap of Faith
or lose 10,000 dollars of someone else's money and wake up in the street with a crap in your pants?
BEDWORTH rector the Rev Ian Hobbs made a daring leap of faith
at the weekend when he abseiled down a church tower for charity - twice.
Now, nearly ten years later, Flaherty advocates taking "that leap of faith
But at this point, it's a leap of faith
to say that [such findings] have implications for teaching kids to read better," Adams says.
I'm all for taking a leap of faith
if the qualifications are there.
In Russia, Eastern Europe and many nations where economic evolution is dramatic and difficult today, people make a leap of faith
in the global market's capacity to create opportunity and their ability to capitalize on it.
In doing so, we are making a leap of faith
that the combined talents of George Foreman and CEO Seymour Holtzman will provide meaningful and profitable revenue growth over the intermediate term.