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- "No Hope" is a song from London-based quartet The Vaccines. The track was released in the United Kingdom on 8 July 2012 as the lead single from the band's second studio album, Come of Age. "No Hope" received its first play on 28 May 2012 when it featured as BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe's Hottest Record in the World. A four-track extended play was made available to pre-order shortly afterwards, including the B-side "Blow Your Mind" which was written and sung by bass player Arni Hjorvar to tie in with the artwork which depicts a young girl resembling him.
- "No Hope" is a musical single of The Vaccines.
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- "No Hope" is a musical EP of Ironopolis.
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by Edward Craig
According to Augustine, the virtue of hope is subordinate only to faith, and on a level footing with love: 'there is no love without hope, no hope without love, and neither love nor hope without faith' (Enchiridion). As morality became separated ...
by William L. Barney
With no hope of.
by T W Hyne Jones
No hope – no peace. POSITIVE Strong character. Full control of emotions.
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Quotes about No Hope
We must forever have hope Pandora said,
Without it we have nothing.
Forever have hope that the world will heal
Forever hope that peace will come
Forever hope that evil will fall
And Goodness will win.
Forever Live. (Rosalita Fernandez)
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