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After nearly fours years of sustained and bloody fighting, there may finally be the slightest glimmer of hope for the remaining citizens who still cling to life in the ruined ancient city of Aleppo.
ONE of the major problems the average football fan has is the propensity for clutching at straws; that slightest glimmer of hope.
com in the West Midlands, said: "These figures provide a glimmer of hope in what has been a dark year for the UK labour market.
The interview seemed to go well and we all had a glimmer of hope for the future.
Today's best bets in Ireland Night Glimmer can star for Roberts REASONS UNKNOWN deserves another chance in Dundalk's finale today (6.
Earl Attlee said: "There is a slight glimmer of hope for the A1 north of Newcastle.
Summary: Campaigners for computer hacker Gary McKinnon have been given a glimmer of hope in their fight against his extradition.
But no one knows what is likely to happen to this glimmer of hope with Hariri's departure as prime minister-designate, Salman said.
BUILDERS Barratt yesterday said they had seen seen a glimmer of hope in the property market.
Writer Angelica, 41, came up with the idea to raise cash and awareness for their charity, A Glimmer Of Hope.
1 per cent came just before Barack Obama, the US president, said on Tuesday that he saw a glimmer of hope for the economy but warned that the recession was not yet over.
GRIMSBY chairman John Fenty has revealed there is "a glimmer of a chance" that striker Robbie Fowler will join the Coca-Cola League Two club.