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showing great promise

inspiring confidence or hope

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showing possibility of achievement or excellence

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When Denny Hansen left Yale, he might have seemed the complete fulfillment of what it meant to be promising.
Is the warranty promising to 'repair leaks,' to keep the roof in a 'water tight condition,' or to keep the roof 'free from defects in material or workmanship.
However, Democratic respondents indicated a lower level of promise, with 12% finding the research "very promising," 28% "promising," and 46% "somewhat promising.
Last year, the district convinced Valley homeowners to approve a third property-tax increase, Measure R, by promising 12,508 new seats for Valley schools.
An overwhelming majority of physicians (91%), indicated that other types of stem cell research are promising, such as the research proposed in the Santorum-Spector bill, with 20% reporting it was "very promising," 30% indicating it was "promising," and 41% finding it "somewhat promising.
But he was critical of Hahn for promising to end the city's contract with BFI without first considering the cost, landfill space elsewhere or the fact that Sunshine Canyon Landfill will continue accepting trash from other sources if the city pulls out.
Exciting advances in the research effort to develop and refine novel techniques for repairing injured spinal cords have led to promising strategies for regenerating damaged neural tissue, inhibiting scar tissue formation, repairing underlying molecular defects, and restoring function, which are presented and evaluated in a special four-part compendium of papers in the March/April 2006 double Spinal Cord issue (Volume 23, Number 3/4) of Journal of Neurotrauma, a peer-reviewed journal published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
A standout basketball player at Canyon High, Butler was recruited by football coach Harry Welch and finally committed to the idea of joining the team in January, promising Welch he'd stick with the team until the end of the season, ``no matter what.
The companies will discuss how TACP achieved a comprehensive successful deployment of the i2 allocation and order promising workflow, setting a standard for the consumer electronics industry.
s newly elected District Attorney, Steve Cooley, won handily by promising to fight public corruption more aggressively than Gil Garcetti has over the last eight years.
Career Paths of AAF Most Promising Minority Student Winners from 1996-2005, reveal that of the 96 alumni that completed the survey, more than two-thirds are employed in the field of advertising and marketing communications.
The most promising of these Social Security reform proposals involve some form of privatization, enlisting the power of greater private-sector investment returns as the least costly means to close the multitrillion-dollar gap between the system's long-term benefit promises and its ability to fund them.
Preliminary Results from Duravest Subsidiary Estracure's Phase II Clinical Trial Demonstrate that Local Administration of 17beta-Estradiol Achieves Outstanding Safety Results and Promising Efficacy Trends With Patients Who Have Undergone Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA) and Stent Implantation
Beaver, a professor of pharmacology at Georgetown University and the chairman of the panel, said there was scant but promising evidence that smoking marijuana might ease the suffering of some patients.
Preliminary Results from the Estracure Phase II Clinical Trial Demonstrate that Local Administration of 17beta-Estradiol Achieves Outstanding Safety Results and Promising Efficacy Trends With Patients Who Have Undergone Coronary Angioplasty and Stent Implantation