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(10) Raz argues that the point of promising is that by making a promise the promisor gives or provides something for the promisee.
Dancing and chanting to the tune of slogans are leaders and party workers promising commitments that have rarely been delivered in the past.
Dancing and chanting to the tune of slogans and slogan mongering are leaders and party workers promising their hearts out such commitments that have rarely been delivered in the past.
The most promising idea came from a company describing their concept for an airdrop container.
But in litigation over breach of promise for payment of damages, it was possible that she might claim to have been engaged to a more promising man.
Regulators say older investors are being targeted with increasingly complex investment schemes that can involve unregistered securities, promissory notes, charitable gift annuities, viatical settlements and Ponzi schemes, all promising big returns, the NASAA reported.
No one is promising that citizens will lower their expectations anytime soon.
A new financial services company is promising to create more than 300 jobs in the West Midlands over the next two years.
Recently, for example, we received a package with the carrier promising "The ONE ACTION you can take to dramatically reduce the risk of heart attack" (or words to that effect).
In 2000, McMahon and his colleagues reported promising results after giving rodents a protein called glial-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF).
Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.) has proposed creation of an American Center for Cures, funded at $150 billion over 10 years, to cooperate with the NIH in evaluating and implementing promising new medical treatments for common chronic diseases.
iSCSI is the most promising protocol for achieving high-speed IP storage requirements.

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