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1optimismo masculinethe result gives us cause for optimism — el resultado nos permite ser optimistas
- I think in the '60s there was a certain amount of optimism about the future in technology.
- Young officers like me could look forward to the future with confidence, hope and optimism.
- Princess Anne officially reopened Westbury Dairies offering words of hope and optimism for the future of the plant.
- These two factors, Mr Speaker have motivated us to approach the future with great optimism.
- Publicly, Saudi oil executives express optimism about the future of their industry.
- With this level of projected coverage, both the McDermotts and Tullow can look to the future with optimism.
- For me, it's a powerful metaphor for optimism and the future.
- I live in a world where I feel enormous optimism for the future.
- During past scientific breakthroughs and innovations, human society was guided by a sense of optimism about the future.
- Sixty pupils from two schools have joined forces to create a CD about life as a Bradfordian and their optimism for the future.
- By this standard at least, there are grounds for cautious optimism.
- I have genuine optimism for the future of Scotland as a must-visit destination.
- The report states that there is a lot of optimism about the success of these projects.
- It does not inspire optimism for the future of economic development in Scotland.
- Eight years on and the band are now looking to the future with optimism, as Calum explains.
- But taking the long view, there is cause for considerable optimism about the future of relations.
- I am filled with boundless enthusiasm, optimism, confidence, strength and love!
- At first, like other returning veterans, Frankie faces the future with optimism.
- There appears to be a lot of increasing optimism about the future price of oil.
- Worn down by the lack of sleep and the sickness, he lost all trace of optimism about his future.
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