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hope

verb assume, expect, feel sure, give credence to, have faith in, have no doubt, have no reservations, look forward to, place reliance in, pray for, presume, put confiience in, rely on
Associated concepts: hopelessly insolvent
See also: chance, design, desire, end, expectation, faith, goal, intent, objective, outlook, plan, possibility, prospect, purpose, target, trust, will
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I am very proud and pleased to be sponsoring this event and support The Bob Hope USO, to benefit our military and their families and show my gratitude," Mr.
The Bob Hope Galley is a 22-hour, seven days a week food service operation that supports satellite messes and Forward Observation Logistics (FOL) sites.
In 1980 he rescued the Eltham Little Theatre from closure, raising pounds 58,000 through charity golf games and it was renamed the Bob Hope Theatre in 1982.
Southwest, which began service from Burbank in 1990, currently accounts for two-thirds of the passenger traffic at Bob Hope Airport.
Asked if he could have won the Bob Hope without Harmon s tip on the eve of the tournament, Haas replied: "Not a chance.
With hindsight, wide-open resort courses like the ones used for the Bob Hope are right up Mickelson's street.
The Bob Hope was one of three ships carrying equipment of a 1st Infantry Division task force from Bremerhaven, Germany, to Thessaloniki, Greece.
Only those of us who have worn the uniform and seen or heard Bob Hope perform know the feeling, down deep, his visits brought.
A large picture of a smiling Bob Hope was on display in the front of the church.
During his last days his family are supposed to have asked Bob Hope where he would like to be buried,and in his last gag he said: ``Surprise me.
Bob Hope as an all-time great, a true Hollywood legend who brought pleasure to countless millions.
I remember walking into a shop in Arran Mor and the shopkeeper told me the last famous person in the shop was Bob Hope.