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BOHBournemouth (UK) Airport Identifier
BOHBank of Hawaii
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BOHBreath of Heaven
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BOHBecause of Him (est. 2009)
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BOHBachelor of Oral Health (Australia and New Zealand)
BOHBag of Holding
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BOHBoard of Housing (Montana Dept of Commerce)
BOHBoots of Haste (Tibia game)
BOHBar Over Hat (North Dakota)
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BOHBlock of Hours (support)
BOHBarons of Hell (gaming clan)
BOHBat Outta Hell
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BOHBaseline Overhaul
BOHBad on Hand
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BOHBros Over Hoes
BOHB-hydroxyethyl hydrazine (forced fruiting of pineapples)
BOHBad Obstetrics History
BOHBay Osteopathic Hospital (Bay City, Michigan)
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'That's why we call this year's run Hunat Dabaw 7 Bubble Fun Run for A Cause: 'Takbo Para sa Tulay ng Pagbabago sa Paquibato' as we will donate 100 percent of the proceeds for the construction of the Bridge of Hope. It would significantly benefit the indigenous people in that community,' said Royal Mandaya Hotel general manager Benjamen Banzon Jr.
Rockwell Falls can be safely viewed from the Bridge of Hope which spans the Hudson River between Hadley and Lake Luzerne.
Pastor Latanya Allen, a Parenting Coaching Institute alum, is CEO of Bridge of Hope Learning Center, a nonprofit organization in North Charleston, S.C.
ON MOVE: The Egglescliffe School orchestra, left, prepares to board a bus with parents and supporters, heading for the Albert Hall Schools' Prom in November 1991 and above, Wilfred Knott of British Chrome Chemicals with pupils Suzanne Smith, left, Claire Fulton, centre, and Susannah Wood in the studio; BRIDGE OF HOPE: Card playing captain Nigel Bell, centre, led his team of, from left, James Maloney, 18, David Rivers, 18, Mark Miller, 17, and Ian Pearce, 17, in the national bridge playing finals in 1987
To which I can only add: Does anybody believe the proposed pounds 1m Bridge of Hope to Liverpool Cathedral will go over?
"Right now I'm working on a painting called The Bridge of Hope. It's a follow-up to a painting I did called The Bridge of Faith."
Thus, communicating in living form to coming generations the hibakusha's memories, their sense of responsibility, and their unrelenting will is the most dependable first step toward survival through the 21st century and on to the 22nd century, connected by a bridge of hope.
The Holy Father in his homily described her as "a bridge of hope between the past and the future." Among those present at the canonization was an American priest, Father Ronald Pytel, whose recovery from a life-threatening heart condition has been attributed to the intervention of Blessed Faustina.
The song became Omagh's unofficial anthem after it featured on Across The Bridge Of Hope, the album released in 1998 to raise funds for the survivors and relatives of the victims of the bomb.
Ross Graham was also honoured with an Industry Award for his masterminding of the Omagh benefit album, Across The Bridge Of Hope.
Welsh singer/songwriter David Gray picked up the Guest of the Nation Award while Ross Graham from Killinchy in Co Down won the Industry Award for his album Across the Bridge of Hope, produced in aid of the Omagh fund.