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Kevin Mongrain's monograph constitutes not only the opening salvo in what bids fair to become the "interpretation wars" over Balthasar's thought, but might well set the standard for all future interpretations of Balthasar.
He bids fair to win the title of Prosperity Chancellor.
This coup not only boosts his own professional career and gives his employer political clout but, we may presume, also bids fair to engender a first-rate scandal on the German political scene.
Yet the times are changing and Fibre Channel bids fair to become only an enabler for SANs.
This latest distinction bids fair to enhance Vigan's budding reputation as a global tourist destination, as well as to serve as an economic boost to the Ilocos region, and to promote local destinations, goods and services.
The emirate bids fair to assume the role of a real estate hot spot with developers sensing there is immense potential for catering to top-drawer housing and leisure markets.
In 1891 a visitor to Whitmore Bay would write that: ``Already the sands are studded with bathing machines, and Barry bids fair to be a favourite seaside resort.''