Hoping [adjective]

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The hope that many scientists and physicians feel about unprecedented scientific success in developing a remarkably effective vaccine has been tempered by a grim reality.

The agency will offer retirement-eligible employees $15,000 to leave in hopes that several hundred workers will accept the incentive — part of an effort to shed 1,400 jobs.

Its fourth-round rookie, Saahdiq Charles — who was drafted with the hope he could compete for the left tackle job — underwent surgery Tuesday after playing all of two snaps this season.

Unemployment benefits that have kept so many families afloat are set to expire for many in December, after months of inaction by Congress, which established those deadlines in March when there were more hopes that the pandemic would be short-lived.

I had relatively high hopes at the start of this school year.

I fell in love with the characters and the world building and long after I’d finished, it still lives in my heart, leaving me dreaming of hope and light in times of darkness.

Hawkins said he believes the “Amazon effect” driving demand for residential property has largely subsided, although he says some homeowners still plan to wait to sell in the hope that they can profit from the company’s presence in the future.

Those hopes might have taken a hit Wednesday when Thompson suffered an undisclosed leg injury while working out in Los Angeles.

That’s at least the hope for seven former Bonnier brands anyway.

When the Baltimore resident first started creating the full-face mask based on snorkeling gear, he held hopes it would bring people together during a pandemic that was forcing them apart.