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- promising; rising
- You've thrown up a very promising career.
- The newspapers described her as a promising young singer.
- I really fail to understand what actuated you to give up such a promising post so hastily.
- My salary is quite good but it's a dead-ned job and I shall have to move if I want to get a higher position.
- He is a promising young man.
- Inspiring hope; promising.
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- They were marked out as the most promising young soldiers in the whole army.
- This paper introduces their mechanism function and clinical research illustrates their advantages compated with heparin believing that both hirudin and hirulog are new promising antithrombotic agents.
- Lakers.com guides you through andrew bynum's amazing transformation from a lanky high schooler who became the youngest player drafted in nba history to one of the league's best up-and-coming players only three years later.
- Conclusion: zro2-cbc is a kind of promising dental implant material.
- In recent times the faraday effect has been put to even more exciting and promising uses.
- Tiger seconds that. "I think what she's doing is fantastic. She's a great kid" says tiger. "Hopefully she doesn't burn out.
- A young dancer with international experience siao has decided to devote her future to promoting dancing from the emerald isle on the ilha formosa.
- There's no future in trying to sell furs in a hot country.