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Psychiatric symptom severity, hopefulness, and quality of life were measured using validated self-report assessment tools during interviews conducted by blinded researchers.
Hopefulness and confidence about the future or the success of something, "the talks had been amicable and there were grounds for optimism".
His anti-ISIS policies will be observed with hopefulness, but with a healthy dose of caution also.
The song's an intoxicating mix of outrage and hopefulness, all set to an hard-grinding dance beat
Sir Paul - who gave a thumbs up as he made his entrance - said: "I just love to come here and see this amount of talent, this amount of hopefulness, the spirit, about to be launched into the world.
These are based on a person's perception of happiness, satisfaction, optimism, hopefulness, openness to new experiences, social acceptance and sense of community as a whole.
The news dejected shares in T-Mobile and Sprint Corp - which have been gathering in current weeks on hopefulness about probable consolidation - and to a smaller size market leader Verizon Communications.
During that time the two will participate in weekly planned activities in music, dance, photography, film or other performing arts to strengthen the relationship between the two and improve the young person's confidence and hopefulness.
More testing is necessary before use on patients commences, but the future is certainly looking brighter as an air of hopefulness is upon us.
Wales has such a rich cultural heritage and such a beautiful language, so I want this show to communicate not only the burning pain of loss, but also the hopefulness of reigniting a country's future".
A hopefulness that someone on the plane may actually take action in a passive way by keeping their seatbelt undone and explaining why or standing up on the plane and saying why," she said.
There was a hopefulness and a determination back then that has been trampled by those who view the world only in terms of profit and loss.