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Aspire Dome
... Since established in 2004, Aspire Academy for Sports Excellence's main objective to strengthen the sporting culture in Qatar, as well as internationally, as seen ... Besides coaching in sports, Aspire Academy also focuses on various aspects, such as Sports science and leadership skills ...
Aspire Dome - Aspire Football Dreams
... Aspire Football Dream is a unique and fascinating humanitarian football project currently existent in 15 developing countries on three continents ... and launched on the ground in 2007, the ASPIRE Football Dreams project has already tested over two million young footballers from Asia, Latin America and Africa, as part of the largest ... Aspire cooperates with the national football associations of the youngsters involved ...
Aspire (sculpture)
... Aspire is a work of art, constructed on the Jubilee Campus of the University of Nottingham, in Nottingham, England ... The name Aspire was chosen after a competition to name the sculpture, which was open to staff and students at the university ...
Acer Aspire - Aspire Laptop Models - Aspire Ultrabooks
... Acer Aspire S3 The Acer Aspire S3 is a 13.3-Inch Ultrabook with an Intel Core 1.6 GHz processor, 320 GB hard drive, a media card reader ... Acer Aspire S5 The Acer Aspire S5 is a 13.3-Inch Ultrabook, which the company says is the world's thinnest Ultrabook ... Acer Aspire S7 ...
Aspire - Media and Entertainment
... Aspire (TV network), a network owned by Magic Johnson and distributed by Comcast Corporation ...

Famous quotes containing the word aspire:

    I aspire to be acquainted with wiser men than this our Concord soil has produced, whose names are hardly known here.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    We aspire to be something more than stupid and timid chattels, pretending to read history and our Bibles, but desecrating every house and every day we breathe in.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)