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It's still a big ask, but who'd have predicted this at the start of the year?
NEW YORK, June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- On the first day of summer, June 21, organizations across the country will join PAX / Real Solutions to Gun Violence in celebrating the fifth-annual National ASK Day with a nationwide campaign called "The Big ASK.
It is a big ask of the imagination, with Andy Martin's colourful stage set consisting of a railway tunnel, bridge, station platform and living room all rolled into one.
Organiser Ger Crowley said: "Each two-person crew will contribute 100 miles towards the overall voyage over a period of a week or so, rowing on average up to 20 miles per day, so it's a big ask for all our volunteers.
That's a big ask and the title right now is for Hearts to lose.
He is 22 years of age and he is a leader who is very talented, he has had a very testing season and when it comes to Cardiff he knows he will be fighting for survival and that is a big ask.
It's a big ask, but I couldn't be happier where we've got the horse.
Coach Ricky Sbragia said: "It's a big ask now - we also need Lithuania to beat favourites Iceland but they've lost their last two games.
Trusts have struggled to find savings at two to three per cent so four per cent is going to be a big ask for most of them.
There will be opportunities in midfield next season, but it's still a big ask for Josh to break through.
It is a big ask for the "Yes we can" people to demonstrate in six weeks that the fans are prepared to put money into the club, more so when the financial climate is so up and down.