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  1. Apart from a period of crisis during my adolescence, when my voice was changing and I could not tame it – it was like a kicking foal that does not listen to reason – I have always been told I have a pleasant and recognizable voice.
  2. Apart from anything else, I am designed by evolution, like we all are: if we see a little thing like that, big eyes, tiny nose, we go ‘aaah’. That’s what evolution does. We are programmed to do that. So to find babies the most amazing, isn’t surprising, I don’t think.
  3. Apart from life, a strong constitution, and an abiding connection to the Thembu royal house, the only thing my father bestowed upon me at birth was a name, Rolihlahla.
  4. Apart from photography and music videos, I also do graphic design.
  5. Apathy can be overcome by enthusiasm, and enthusiasm can only be aroused by two things: first, an ideal, with takes the imagination by storm, and second, a definite intelligible plan for carrying that ideal into practice.
  6. Apocalyptic hysteria is much more effective at getting people to open their wallets than reasonable commentary.
  7. App Downloads are conversions that are tracked when a user downloads or installs a mobile application for the first time.
  8. App remarketing allows you to target people who:
  9. Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.
  10. Appealing workplaces are to be avoided. One wants a room with no view, so imagination can meet memory in the dark.
  11. Appearance is something absolute, but reality is not that way – everything is interdependent, not absolute. So that view is very helpful to maintain a peace of mind because the main destroyer of a peaceful mind is anger.
  12. Appearance is something absolute, but reality is not that way – everything is interdependent, not absolute.
  13. Appearances are a glimpse of the unseen.
  14. Appearances are often deceiving.
  15. ‘Appetite for Destruction’ was the only thing written with lyrics and melody fitting the guitar parts at the same time. After that, I got a barrage of guitar songs that I was supposed to put words to, and I don’t know if that was the best thing for Guns.
  16. Applause felt like approval, and it became a drug that soothed the pain, but only temporarily.
  17. Applause is a receipt, not a bill.
  18. Applause is the spur of noble minds, the end and aim of weak ones.
  19. Applause waits on success.
  20. Apple has always leveraged technologies that the PC industry has driven to critical mass – the bus structures, the graphics cards, the peripherals, the connection networks, things like that – so they’re kind of in the PC ecosystem and kind of not.
  21. Apple has long been a leading innovator of mobile technology; I myself own an iPhone.
  22. Apple iPhone 8 Specs
  23. Apple took the edge off the word ‘computer.’
  24. Apple’s market share is bigger than BMW’s or Mercedes’s or Porsche’s in the automotive market. What’s wrong with being BMW or Mercedes?
  25. Appraisals are where you get together with your team leader and agree what an outstanding member of the team you are, how much your contribution has been valued, what massive potential you have and, in recognition of all this, would you mind having your salary halved.
  26. Appreciation is the highest form of prayer, for it acknowledges the presence of good wherever you shine the light of your thankful thoughts.
  27. Approximately 80% of our air pollution stems from hydrocarbons released by vegetation, so let’s not go overboard in setting and enforcing tough emission standards from man-made sources.
  28. April 25th is DNA Day. I know, you probably had no idea.
  29. Arabs have the right to visit everywhere in the Land of Israel, and Jews have the right to visit every place in the Land of Israel.
  30. Arafat conducts terror; his strategy is the strategy of terror.
  31. Arafat is hosting, training, supporting, sponsoring terrorist organizations.
  32. Arafat is the greatest obstacle to peace and stability in the Middle East.
  33. Arbitrary power is like most other things which are very hard, very liable to be broken.
  34. Architect. One who drafts a plan of your house, and plans a draft of your money.
  35. Architecture arouses sentiments in man. The architect’s task therefore, is to make those sentiments more precise.
  36. Architecture belongs to culture, not to civilization.
  37. Architecture doesn’t come from theory. You don’t think your way through a building.
  38. Architecture is not merely national but clearly has local ties in that it is rooted in the earth.
  39. Ardor, n. The quality that distinguishes love without knowledge.
  40. Are creeds such simple things like the clothes which a man can change at will and put on at will? Creeds are such for which people live for ages and ages.
  41. Are we a nation that educates the world’s best and brightest in our universities, only to send them home to create businesses in countries that compete against us? Or are we a nation that encourages them to stay and create jobs, businesses, and industries right here in America?
  42. Are you a politician asking what your country can do for you or a zealous one asking what you can do for your country? If you are the first, then you are a parasite; if the second, then you are an oasis in the desert.
  43. Are you bored with life? Then throw yourself into some work you believe in with all your heart, live for it, die for it, and you will find happiness that you had thought could never be yours.
  44. Are you facing a superheated furnace? What God wants is for you to look full in the face of Jesus. Get your focus off whatever it is that appears to be unanswered and focus on the Son.
  45. Argentina is amazing.
  46. Arguments are extremely vulgar, for everyone in good society holds exactly the same opinion.
  47. Arguments are to be avoided: they are always vulgar and often convincing.
  48. Ariana Grande – I like her a lot.
  49. Ariel Pink never really existed because he was always Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, but then people started doing interviews with Ariel Pink as if Ariel Pink existed.
  50. Aristotle could have avoided the mistake of thinking that women have fewer teeth than men, by the simple device of asking Mrs. Aristotle to keep her mouth open while he counted.
  51. Aristotle maintained that women have fewer teeth than men; although he was twice married, it never occurred to him to verify this statement by examining his wives’ mouths.
  52. Armed with nothing more than a Facebook user’s phone number and home address, anyone with an Internet connection and a few dollars can obtain personal information they should never have access to, including a user’s date of birth, e-mail address, or estimated income.
  53. Arnold Schwarzenegger cut teacher’s salaries and parks and libraries rather than raise taxes for the many California millionaires and billionaires.
  54. Around 1998, I went through lots of pressures and struggles. My children got married within eight months of each other, my son was diagnosed with cancer and went through major surgery and radiation, my mother had five life-threatening hospitalizations where I stayed with her, my husband’s dental office burned to the ground.
  55. Around eight or nine years back, I participated in ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa.’ The point of coming on the show was that a person coming from music family can also compete with people from all over India.
  56. Around every corner, always protect the engine that powers you.
  57. Around the age of 14, I was very discouraged from a coach. It was my first youth club team while playing soccer. She told me at the time that I wasn’t good enough to play on the team, that I would never get into the game.
  58. Arranging a bowl of flowers in the morning can give a sense of quiet in a crowded day – like writing a poem or saying a prayer.
  59. ‘Arrested Development’ is great; Mitch Hurwitz is great. Plus, it’s the one show I’ve ever had where, on the small parts, he just let me cast people.
  60. Arresting development, attacking science, and glorifying poverty is not the answer to the vices that attend prosperity.
  61. Arrogance on the part of the meritorious is even more offensive to us than the arrogance of those without merit: for merit itself is offensive.
  62. Art, as far as it is able, follows nature, as a pupil imitates his master; thus your art must be, as it were, God’s grandchild.
  63. Art attracts us only by what it reveals of our most secret self.
  64. Art begins with resistance – at the point where resistance is overcome. No human masterpiece has ever been created without great labor.
  65. Art flourishes where there is a sense of adventure.
  66. Art for art’s sake is a philosophy of the well-fed.
  67. Art is a collaboration between God and the artist, and the less the artist does the better.
  68. Art is a revolt against fate. All art is a revolt against man’s fate.
  69. Art is a step from what is obvious and well-known toward what is arcane and concealed.
  70. Art is commenting on what’s going on around you in your life.
  71. Art is contemplation. It is the pleasure of the mind which searches into nature and which there divines the spirit of which nature herself is animated.
  72. Art is difficult. It’s not entertainment.
  73. Art is individualism, and individualism is a disturbing and disintegrating force.
  74. Art is longing. You never arrive, but you keep going in the hope that you will.
  75. Art is not a thing; it is a way.
  76. Art is not living. It is the use of living.
  77. Art is not merely an imitation of the reality of nature, but in truth a metaphysical supplement to the reality of nature, placed alongside thereof for its conquest.
  78. Art is something that grows and breathes and lives, and it shouldn’t be predicated on the success of box office – but it is. But within that, you have to give people a chance to find their voice, to play, to continue to create.
  79. Art is the beautiful way of doing things. Science is the effective way of doing things. Business is the economic way of doing things.
  80. Art is the collaboration between God and the artist, and the less the artist does the better.
  81. Art is the desire of a man to express himself, to record the reactions of his personality to the world he lives in.
  82. Art is the imposing of a pattern on experience, and our aesthetic enjoyment is recognition of the pattern.
  83. Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.
  84. Art is the proper task of life.
  85. Art is what you can get away with.
  86. Art is why I get up in the morning but my definition ends there. You know I don’t think its fair that I’m living for something I can’t even define.
  87. Art makes us feel less alone. It makes us think: somebody else has thought this, somebody else has had these feelings.
  88. Art may imitate life, but life imitates TV.
  89. Art morphs with what’s going on in the world. We say ‘Ferguson’; we don’t say ‘Mike Brown.’ Just like we say ‘Selma,’ not ‘Jimmie Lee Jackson.’ There is something startling about the people in a particular place, a city or a small town, rising up and taking to the streets.
  90. Art never harms itself by keeping aloof from the social problems of the day: rather, by so doing, it more completely realises for us that which we desire.
  91. Art raises its head where creeds relax.
  92. Art really is something very difficult. It is difficult to make, and it is sometimes difficult for the viewer to understand. It is difficult to work out what is art and what is not art.
  93. Art should never try to be popular. The public should try to make itself artistic.
  94. Art? That’s a man’s name.
  95. Art was, seriously, the only thing I’d ever wanted to own. It has always been for me a stable nourishment. I use it. It can change the way that I feel in the mornings.
  96. Arthur Miller wouldn’t have married me if I had been nothing but a dumb blonde.
  97. Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.
  98. Artists don’t make objects. Artists make mythologies.
  99. Artists have a responsibility to speak and to act when governments fail, and if we don’t do that, we really deserve the world we get.
  100. Artists should be free to create what we want. I believe there’s a special value in work that is a reflection of oneself as opposed to interpretation. When I see a film or a TV show about black people not written by someone who’s black, it’s an interpretation of that life.
  101. Artists today think of everything they do as a work of art. It is important to forget about what you are doing – then a work of art may happen.
  102. Art’s everything we hope life would be, a lot of times.
  103. Artworks are especially good at helping our psyches in a variety of ways: they rebalance our moods, lend us hope, usher in calm, stretch our sympathies, reignite our senses, and reawaken appreciation.
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  106. As a 22-year Army Veteran who served in Operations Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom, and as a Civilian Advisor to the Afghan Army in Operation Enduring Freedom, I understand both the gravity of giving the order, and the challenge of carrying it out.
  107. As a 7-year-old child, I saw the Wall being erected. No one – although it was a stark violation of international law – believed at the time that one ought to intervene militarily in order to protect citizens of the GDR and whole Eastern bloc, of the consequences of that – namely, to live in lack of freedom for many, many years.
  108. As a black woman, my politics and political affiliation are bound up with and flow from participation in my people’s struggle for liberation, and with the fight of oppressed people all over the world against American imperialism.
  109. As a boy, it was clear that my inclinations were toward the physical sciences. Mathematics, mechanics, and chemistry were among the fields that gave me a special satisfaction.
  110. As a chef, a mom, and a member of Team No Kid Hungry, I believe that every child deserves three meals a day, every day.
  111. As a child, I always enjoyed – my parents used to have these little cocktail parties – and I always loved trying to get the adults to tell me things they weren’t supposed to say. And in many ways, that’s what my job is today; it’s getting people to tell me things that they probably are otherwise not supposed to say.
  112. As a child, I loved being onstage. I loved singing, I loved the lights, I loved the adrenaline. I even loved learning lines. I was completely obsessive.
  113. As a child, I wanted to know how things worked and to control them. With a friend, I built a number of complicated models that I could control.
  114. As a child, I was an active Christian. I used to love the school choir and remember the carol service as always such an emotional thing.
  115. As a child of God, I am greater than anything that can happen to me.
  116. As a child singer, I never sang a single track for my father or uncle.
  117. As a child, when asked what I would be, I usually said I was going to be a huntsman. A fine profession, truly!
  118. As a city, it is always compelling. But every day in Mexico City, I give thanks that I am alive.
  119. As a club, we have an educational purpose: to give back to those people who love Arsenal so that they learn moral values from our game and how we behave.
  120. As a coach you can influence the diet of your players. You can point out what is wrong.
  121. As a Coalition Government, we inherited a legacy of lack of trust and confidence in political system.
  122. As a comedian, it really gelled when I started doing standup. Because standup is so much about bravery, especially in the early days. There is no doubt that it is going to go terribly for you over and over and over again. But you cannot get funny without bombing.
  123. As a comic, you try something and if it works you go with it and grind it to death.
  124. As a competitor, I want to continue to keep turning the chapters and keep challenging myself.
  125. As a composer at a point where I can absolutely pick and choose what I want to do, I don’t want to write about anybody I don’t care about.
  126. As a creative agency, the film industry is thinking great subjects, presenting them wonderfully well, and giving opportunity to new faces each day.
  127. As a creative person, you just put something out into the consciousness of the society you live in.
  128. As a cultural product of both ‘East’ and ‘West’, I do not believe there is a fundamental basis for a clash of civilisations, or that the West is the cause of all problems.
  129. As a culture, we are not comfortable with mortality. We do not accept it the way other cultures do. We cling to youth, and we don’t want to die. It’s like, ‘Well, too bad, we do.’
  130. As a cure for worrying, work is better than whiskey.
  131. As a decathlete, you take pride in saying, ‘The elements, I’m not going to let them affect me. It’s just the 11th event. Another thing you have to fight through.’
  132. As a designer, you’ve always got to push yourself forward; you’ve always got to keep up with the trends or make your own trends. That’s what I do.
  133. As a driver you enjoy winning races, and if you win in the easiest way possible, fine, but in reality we all remember the fights to the end, the nip and tuck stuff.
  134. As a family, we were always active. Lots of walking, lots of running as well as riding bikes with dad.
  135. As a father, my first priority is to help my sons set and attain personal goals so they will develop self-confidence and individual strength. Engaging in regular fitness activities with my children helps me fulfill those responsibilities.
  136. As a father now, I wouldn’t do what my dad did, because it left me feeling emotionally unstable as a kid. But he didn’t do the things he did out of selfishness or malice.
  137. As a father, safety is always a top of mind issue for me.
  138. As a female and someone who’s young, I’m still coming into my own, and I still have struggles. I know how I look; I know what my flaws are – I don’t need anybody to tell me that.
  139. As a filmmaker, you complete a film you have spent years obsessively making, and you know the release prints will never look quite the same; prints get scratched and dirty.
  140. As a filmmaker, you put the film out there, and you just want it to be okay. You don’t want to let people down; you don’t want to embarrass yourself.
  141. As a former Catholic, and as someone who even today is not opposed to being called a Christian, I felt I had every right to use the symbols of the Church and resented being told not to.
  142. As a former resident with strong personal and ministry ties to the North Star State, I pray that the good people of Minnesota will show their support for God’s definition of marriage, between a man and a woman.
  143. As a general rule, I do not think it appropriate for judges to heap either praise or censure upon a legislative measure that comes before them, lest it be thought that their validation, invalidation, or interpretation of it is driven by their desire to expand or constrict what they personally approve or disapprove as a matter of policy.
  144. As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information.
  145. As a girl, my favorite toy was my dollhouse; if I could still play with it now, I would!
  146. As a host, I did ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi,’ and it was a learning experience.
  147. As a host on TV, one has to engage the audience and contestants on the show. One has to bring a new element to their personality while hosting so that it doesn’t look monotonous to the audience.
  148. As a human being, anger is a part of our mind. Irritation also part of our mind. But you can do – anger come, go. Never keep in your sort of – your inner world, then create a lot of suspicion, a lot of distrust, a lot of negative things, more worry.
  149. As a Jew, it is my historic responsibility to defend the Jewish people. I feel this responsibility for the survival of the Jewish people. We’re not going to accept any decision by anybody else about security of the State of Israel. It is our role and only our role.
  150. As a journalist, a big part of what you do is search for drama and conflict. And a lot of the backstory with ‘Billions’ is grounded in my journalistic background.
  151. As a kid growing up in Latrobe, PA, I could dream about being an Olympian like Jesse Owens or Johnny Weissmuller. I could also dream about being a great golfer like Bobby Jones or Byron Nelson. But the idea of being an Olympic golfer never occurred to me.
  152. As a kid, I certainly never thought I would get to spend my life doing something fun.
  153. As a kid, I liked making up stories, and I wrote a story about a kangaroo and a bat with Christy Chang, and she went on to become a surgeon.
  154. As a kid, I often figured it was good to be patient to a fault.
  155. As a kid, I thought movies were boring. My parents would hire VHS recorders for the weekend and watch Bollywood movies. I’d get bored and go out to Stoke Newington common to play football.
  156. As a kid, I was always building things. My father had a shop in the house, and we built things – we were kind of a project family. I started out as a painter, and then painting led to cinema, and in cinema, you get to build so many things, or help build them.
  157. As a kid, I was listening to Aretha Franklin, Etta James and hip-hop as well as music my parents were listening to, like Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen.
  158. As a kid, I’d go into the bathroom when I was having a tantrum. I’d be in the bathroom crying, studying myself in the mirror. I was preparing for future roles.
  159. As a kid, my parents would always listen to a lot of Beatles, Queen, Elvis. My mom was born and raised in Italy, and my dad was born in Canada and moved back and forth between Canada and Italy, so they would also listen to all the big Italian stars like Eros Ramazzotti, Gigi D’Alessio, Tiziano Ferro, Laura Pausini.
  160. As a kid who grew up chubby, I just marveled at the fact that I could be thin.
  161. As a lifelong Democrat, I never thought I’d lead an effort to defend the symbol of the Republican Party. But when I saw the cruelty that Ringling inflicts on elephants every day across the country, I had to speak up.
  162. As a life’s work, I would remember everything – everything, against loss. I would go through life like a plankton net.
  163. As a lifestyle you always being the focal point is innately unhealthy.
  164. As a little girl, I didn’t like stories about little girls. I liked stories about dragons and beasts and princes and princesses and fear and terror and the Four Musketeers and almost anything other than nice little girls making moral decisions about whether to tell the teacher about what the other little girl did or did not do.
  165. As a lyricist, you love to hear other great lyrics or other great concepts.
  166. As a main ingredient to the show, it has to have truth, represent truth, or else it won’t last.
  167. As a man may be born with a mathematical faculty, and by training that faculty year after year may immensely increase his mathematical capacity, so may a man be born with certain faculties within him, faculties belonging to the soul, which he can develop by training and by discipline.
  168. As a man sow, shall he reap. and I know that talk is cheap. But the heat of the battle is as sweet as the victory.
  169. As a matter of self-preservation, a man needs good friends or ardent enemies, for the former instruct him and the latter take him to task.
  170. As a matter of traditional and sound constitutional doctrine, an amendment to the Constitution should be the last resort when all other measures have proved inadequate.
  171. As a matter of writing philosophy, if there is one, I try not to ever plot a story. I try to write it from the character’s point of view and see where it goes.
  172. As a member of both the energy and environment committees, I am constantly astounded by how many of my colleagues prefer to focus on what the government can do for the nuclear or coal industries rather than why the government should support clean and sustainable energy.
  173. As a mother, you have that impulse to wish that no child should ever be hurt, or abused, or go hungry, or not have opportunities in life.
  174. As a new entrepreneur, you need a stake in the game, but you can’t risk it all.
  175. As a novelist, I mined my history, my family and my memory, but in a very specific way. Writing fiction, I never made use of experiences immediately as they happened. I needed to let things fester in my memory, mature and transmogrify into something meaningful.
  176. As a nuclear power – as the only nuclear power to have used a nuclear weapon – the United States has a moral responsibility to act.
  177. As a parent, I’d – I’d be a better father.
  178. As a parent, the most responsible thing I can do is get as much information about my children as possible so I can then think through how I can make them as healthy as possible.
  179. As a parent, the only thing I am absolutely certain of is my own fallibility.
  180. As a pastor, I have a deep desire to lead people to God and encourage people to pray, read the Bible, and carry their faith into every part of their lives.
  181. As a pastor, I’ve spent 30 years talking to people and heard every kind of story imaginable.
  182. As a performer, I groove to my own songs.
  183. As a performer, I want to push my boundaries and try different roles.
  184. As a person, I was born to give out my opinions. By giving out my opinions, I realize who I am. As long as I can communicate, I’m not so lonely. If I cannot travel, or do art, or have company, if they take away all my belongings, it doesn’t matter at all.
  185. As a political artist, I think you have to learn how to create art, no matter what your ideology is.
  186. As a pop star, you don’t have to be that smart for people to think you’re intelligent.
  187. As a preacher who has spent significant time in churches and houses of worship all across the country, I can tell you firsthand that religious liberty and freedom are principles that can never be infringed upon.
  188. As a producer, I want to back projects, talents, and scripts that speak to me not just as someone from the industry, but as an audience.
  189. As a professional, I cannot afford to be complacent.
  190. As a professional soccer player, I need to get touches on the ball every day, and obviously it’s a lot easier to do that with a team than to motivate yourself to do it by yourself.
  191. As a proud spokesperson for L’Oreal Paris, I have communicated the ‘Because You’re Worth It’ message many times, and know firsthand how empowering it is to say and how empowering it feels.
  192. As a public servant, William H. Webster has an impeccable resume.
  193. As a remedy to life in society I would suggest the big city. Nowadays, it is the only desert within our means.
  194. As a reporter, I embedded for modest stints with American soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq. When I’m asked about those experiences, I always say – and mean – that we civilians don’t deserve the soldiers we have.
  195. As a result of my philosophy, I wasn’t even upset about Hitler. I was willing to go to war to knock him off, but I didn’t hate him. I hated what he was doing.
  196. As a result of the awareness and consciousness of decline, an awareness and consciousness of a national ethnicity or an Islamic identity also came into being.
  197. As a result of the digital age and the decline of first-class mail, there is no question that the Postal Service must change and develop a new business model.
  198. As a rule, men worry more about what they can’t see than about what they can.
  199. As a rule, said Holmes, the more bizarre a thing is the less mysterious it proves to be. It is your commonplace, featureless crimes which are really puzzling, just as a commonplace face is the most difficult to identify.
  200. As a shame researcher, I know that the very best thing to do in the midst of a shame attack is totally counterintuitive: Practice courage and reach out!
  201. As a singer, if I’m in a room that is too cold, I kind of freak out, so I actually like the humidity, and I love the heat.
  202. As a single footstep will not make a path on the earth, so a single thought will not make a pathway in the mind. To make a deep physical path, we walk again and again. To make a deep mental path, we must think over and over the kind of thoughts we wish to dominate our lives.
  203. As a single mother of four, my mother taught me that you always want to show up strong for the moments that really matter with family, friends, and community. I now recognize how her strength helped shape the person I am today and the mother that I have become.
  204. As a single-payer advocate, I believe that at the end of the day, if a state goes forward and passed an effective single-payer program, it will demonstrate that you can provide quality health care to every man, woman and child in a more cost-effective way.
  205. As a single withered tree, if set aflame, causes a whole forest to burn, so does a rascal son destroy a whole family.
  206. As a songwriter, I do kind of look at ‘Santa Monica’ as a thing outside of itself, because it isn’t just my song. This is a song a lot of people tell me is a part of their high school or college years. That means a lot to me.
  207. As a songwriter, you respect and appreciate the writings of other people, and I often get asked, are there songs out there I wish I’d written? Yes. There’s many of them!
  208. As a source of innovation, an engine of our economy, and a forum for our political discourse, the Internet can only work if it’s a truly level playing field. Small businesses should have the same ability to reach customers as powerful corporations. A blogger should have the same ability to find an audience as a media conglomerate.
  209. As a teen, I was both anorexic and bulimic.
  210. As a Third World citizen, I always feel that I need to express my point of view. Sometimes the points of view of Third World countries are never expressed. We don’t have that possibility, sometimes, to spread what we feel and how we see things.
  211. As a very small girl, I listened to Charlie Parker and loved him and Max Roach and people like that.
  212. As a viewer, I really want to watch author-backed stories, and there is something amazing about thrillers, the way it captivates your imagination.
  213. As a vulnerability researcher, the greatest barrier I see is our low tolerance for vulnerability. We’re almost afraid to be happy. We feel like it’s inviting disaster.
  214. As a wife, daughter, friend, and the founder and CEO of LearnVest, my schedule is anything but simple. But I learned early on how meticulously manage my time.
  215. As a writer, as a creator, I’m giving you my experiences. But just take what I give you. You ain’t got to pry beyond that.
  216. As a writer, I have readers who will have a range of political views. I don’t think they look to me for political guidance.
  217. As a writer, I have to go to a different place now. As a person… I want to step off whatever this stage is that I have been given. The argument has been made, the battle remains to be fought – and that requires a different set of skills.
  218. As a writer, it’s fun to create. And once you get into a long-running show with very established characters and a very established tone and format, after a while it’s a really great job, but that’s what it is – a job.
  219. As a writer, I’ve always been interested in others.
  220. As a writer, I’ve always been somebody who’s been productive and hustled hard.
  221. As a writer I’ve learned certain lessons. One of them is to be careful about how you put a view, and to bear in mind how easily and readily you’ll be misinterpreted.
  222. As a writer, you have to realize that people want to like the characters, so you have to be careful to keep them involved.
  223. As a writer, you live in permanent self-doubt; you’re on permanent trial.
  224. As a young girl, I’m always going to have to work a bit harder to prove myself; that’s just reality. But having to work harder makes me feel like girls are stronger, too.
  225. As a young man, you’re dazzled by the power of the White House and all that. But power tends to corrupt.
  226. As a young person, and I know it’s hard to believe that I was shy, but you could take your camera, and it would take you to places: it was like having a friend, like having someone to go out with and look at the world. I would do things with a camera I wouldn’t do normally if I was just by myself.
  227. As actors, we are always playing other characters. It’s so exhausting and time consuming to figure them out, so when you get the time to be yourself, you should take it.
  228. As adults, when we attend to something in the world we are vividly conscious of that particular thing, and we shut out the surrounding world. The classic metaphor is that attention is like a spotlight, illuminating one part of the world and leaving the rest in darkness.
  229. As an actor all we want to do is act and play people.
  230. As an actor, I am careless with the way I look on screen.
  231. As an actor, I have tried to do new things, and that’s why I have done few films.
  232. As an actor, I know it is my job to shape myself for a role – any role.
  233. As an actor, I love the feeling of being on set and the camaraderie of working on something together.
  234. As an actor, if you’re just sitting and staring and you don’t know who you are in your own mind, it’s vacant. And sometimes the camera is an X-ray machine, it can pick it up.
  235. As an actor, my main focus is finding good writing and attacking a good role.
  236. As an actor, when you encounter a psychopathic personality, you naturally want to make him ‘bigger than life,’ as the Americans say.
  237. As an actor, you can certainly, at any moment and at any time, discover 400 people who think you’re stupid, fat and ugly.
  238. As an actor, you don’t know what is going to come next.
  239. As an actor, you want a director who makes you feel comfortable in a place that you can really create and try a lot of different things.
  240. As an actor, you want to do your best but not overshine the film. No actor is above the film.
  241. As an actress, I am very happy with ‘Singh Is Bliing’ because that was totally different from what I have done before.
  242. As an actress I take roles I find interesting.
  243. As an actress people always tease me like: if there’s anything you can do to make yourself unattractive you will do it.
  244. As an actress, you’re perpetually about to be unemployed. That fear – when you have two parents who worked 9-to-5 jobs and went through periods of being unemployed – is real. Those were not welcome times in my childhood.
  245. As an adolescent, I was painfully shy, withdrawn. I didn’t really have the nerve to sing my songs on stage, and nobody else was doing them. I decided to do them in disguise so that I didn’t have to actually go through the humiliation of going on stage and being myself.
  246. As an adult, I took ballet classes three times a week, and I believed it gave me better posture, a stronger body, and made me more graceful.
  247. As an American man of the 1990s writing about a Japanese woman of the 1930s, I needed to cross three cultural divides – man to woman, American to Japanese, and present to past.
  248. As an American, you have a right to good health care that is effective, accessible, and affordable, that serves you from infancy through old age, that allows you to go to practitioners and facilities of your choosing, and that offers a broad range of therapeutic options.
  249. As an artist, as an actor, as a writer, you have to use what’s personal to you. You have to be personal about your work; otherwise, it doesn’t ring true.
  250. As an artist, I am for non-film music as well. I want that to shine as much as Bollywood.
  251. As an artist, you’re taking your experiences and placing them into your art. So the more experiences you have, the richer your art and more people can relate to it.
  252. As an atheist, I think there are lots of things religions get up to which are of value to non-believers – and one of those things is trying to be a bit better than we normally manage to be.
  253. As an athlete, you are literally programmed to endure a specific amount of pain.
  254. As an athlete, you really see a lot of the Instagram paradigm. Where it’s just like, ‘Me! Me! Me!’ When you realize you can ‘Give, Give, Give,’ it’s very interesting, and it’s good.
  255. As an athlete, you’d better laugh at yourself when you slip in the mud.
  256. As an attorney, I could be rather flamboyant in court. I did not act as though I were a black man in a white man’s court, but as if everyone else – white and black – was a guest in my court. When trying a case, I often made sweeping gestures and used high-flown language.
  257. As an elder of the Americas and of the rest of the planet, it is my responsibility to care for and protect, to the best of my ability, the young.
  258. As an example to others, and not that I care for moderation myself, it has always been my rule never to smoke when asleep, and never to refrain from smoking when awake.
  259. As an inbound sales rep, acting as an information gatekeeper and holding power over the entire sales process helps you win more sales.
  260. As an instructor at Alexandria University, I did research that was published in international journals. Although I left to pursue a doctorate in the United States, it was not for want of a good life.
  261. As an old reporter, we have a few secrets, and the first thing is we try the phone book.
  262. As an old-time New Yorker, it’s not that I miss the ’70s and ’80s or whatever. I miss the fact that there was a certain kind of energy that exists when people can live for nothing.
  263. As an undergraduate at Harvard in the 1960s, I was fascinated by my visits to psychologist B.F. Skinner’s laboratory.
  264. As any doctor can tell you, the most crucial step toward healing is having the right diagnosis. If the disease is precisely identified, a good resolution is far more likely. Conversely, a bad diagnosis usually means a bad outcome, no matter how skilled the physician.
  265. As artists, we like night more than day sometimes.
  266. As artists, we thrive when we can express our comfort and our discomfort. If a certain scene is really challenging for us, if we’re in an environment where we feel safe, we’re able to do our work.
  267. As athletes, we love to say, ‘Just one more; I’m going to figure it out on this next one.’ It’s tough to pull back the reins and do what is smart physically, listening to your body and always ending a workout or session feeling like I could have done more.
  268. As athletes, we’re used to reacting quickly. Here, it’s ‘come, stop, come, stop.’ There’s a lot of downtime. That’s the toughest part of the day.
  269. As barbaric is we are, it’s a miracle we haven’t blown ourselves off the face of the earth so far.
  270. As burned as I’ve been by local churches and by people who call themselves in God’s name, Jesus gave us the church. It’s supposed to be a community of like-minded people who encourage and strengthen each other. But that’s not how it always works.
  271. As children, we have a tenuous idea of love; we often try to quantify it with how much we feel seen and heard.
  272. As citizens of this democracy, you are the rulers and the ruled, the law-givers and the law-abiding, the beginning and the end.
  273. As civilisation advances, the deities lessen in number, the divine powers become concentrated more and more in one Being, and God rules over the whole earth, maketh the clouds his chariot, and reigns above the waterfloods as a king.
  274. As Cuvier could correctly describe a whole animal by the contemplation of a single bone, so the observer who has thoroughly understood one link in a series of incidents should be able to accurately state all the other ones, both before and after.
  275. As economists have often pointed out, we pay doctors for quantity, not quality. As they point out less often, we also pay them as individuals, rather than as members of a team working together for their patients. Both practices have made for serious problems.
  276. As far as a glass ceiling, I feel that all you can do is give it your absolute best with whatever gifts the universe has given you. And if you make it in some way that other people can recognize, that’s fine. But even if you don’t quote-unquote make it, you’re fine if you’ve given it your whole heart and soul.
  277. As far as Apple goes, it was a different company every few years from the time I joined in 1984.
  278. As far as being onstage, commanding presence, I’ve always looked up to people like Axl Rose and Freddie Mercury and Paul Stanley – the rock gods. I’ve always wanted to be able to achieve that level of commanding nature onstage and really leading people at a show.
  279. As far as how I expressed ‘practice, practice, practice’ over and over again, I wouldn’t take that back because, obviously, that sound bite is great for the media and for the fans, because they love it.
  280. As far as how much you listen to the audience, you listen to them when they really hate something.
  281. As far as I can see, it’s not important that we have free will, just as long as we have the illusion of free will to stop us going mad.
  282. As far as I knew white women were never lonely, except in books. White men adored them, Black men desired them and Black women worked for them.
  283. As far as I’m concerned, I make movies.
  284. As far as I’m concerned, I prefer silent vice to ostentatious virtue.
  285. As far as I’m concerned, if there is a supreme being then He chose organic evolution as a way of bringing into existence the natural world… which doesn’t seem to me to be necessarily blasphemous at all.
  286. As far as Indian artists are concerned, I really like Mohammad Rafi and Sonu Nigam.
  287. As far as jeans and shirts, I rock a lot of different things.
  288. As far as rap, I was more of a Mobb Deep guy rather than a Tribe guy.
  289. As far as single payer, it works in Canada. It works incredibly well in Scotland.
  290. As far as sitcoms go, I thought Jenna Elfman in ‘Dharma and Greg’ was a wonderful physical comedienne who had great timing.
  291. As far as stand-ups go, I always loved Richard Pryor, Chris Rock, and Sinbad. Basically, I love black comedians because they’re the funniest. I wish I were a black comedian, actually.
  292. As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.
  293. As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being.
  294. As far as what makes a viral video, then it’s gotta be something that you’ve either never seen before, a fresh piece of comedy, or something that relates to something topical.
  295. As far back as I can remember, my mother would have me down by the bed at night with her, praying. I can still hear her voice calling my name to God and telling him that she wanted me to follow him in whatever he called me to do.
  296. As fears about the energy and environmental crises reach a fever pitch, we’re all searching for solutions. And one possibility is that we could fix everything if we’d just shrink our population back down to about 2 billion people – which would put us roughly where we were at 80 years ago.
  297. As flies to wanton boys, are we to the gods; they kill us for their sport.
  298. As for accomplishments, I just did what I had to do as things came along.
  299. As for despair, it comes about when I have been a fool and hate myself and despair of my personality. I am prone to gloom, but not depression as such.
  300. As for doing good; that is one of the professions which is full. Moreover I have tried it fairly and, strange as it may seem, am satisfied that it does not agree with my constitution.
  301. As for how do I respond to those who want to throw stones, well, I don’t.
  302. As for my stuff, I’m just doing guest verses for other people’s records. I try to stay recording, because if I don’t, I get rusty.
  303. As for our great King, when we venture into His presence, let us have a purpose there. Let us beware of playing at praying; it is insolence toward God.
  304. As for our majority… one is enough.
  305. As governor, my chief responsibility is to keep our state and people safe, which is why I have decided to oppose Arkansas being used as a relocation center for Syrian refugees.
  306. As he was valiant, I honour him. But as he was ambitious, I slew him.
  307. As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world – that is the myth of the atomic age – as in being able to remake ourselves.
  308. As human beings, we are endowed with freedom of choice, and we cannot shuffle off our responsibility upon the shoulders of God or nature. We must shoulder it ourselves. It is our responsibility.
  309. As human beings, we are vulnerable to confusing the unprecedented with the improbable. In our everyday experience, if something has never happened before, we are generally safe in assuming it is not going to happen in the future, but the exceptions can kill you and climate change is one of those exceptions.
  310. As human beings we have the most extraordinary capacity for evil. We can perpetrate some of the most horrendous atrocities.
  311. As humans, we need to reach out for support.
  312. As I approached my 95th birthday, I was burdened to write a book that addressed the epidemic of ‘easy believism.’ There is a mindset today that if people believe in God and do good works, they are going to Heaven.
  313. As I celebrate life, I can’t help but think how young my mom was when she died of a heart attack at 53. My mom didn’t get to meet her grandchildren, but I’m determined to watch mine grow up.
  314. As I get older, I tend to put more into family than I used to.
  315. As I get older, the book projects are – liberating is one word, but they really are me.
  316. As I got older, I guess I became more mellow and more forgiving and more loving.
  317. As I grew up, I wasn’t a great buyer of albums, but I really liked ‘The Jam.’ I like good musicians and loved the energy of their songs.
  318. As I grow older, I have a growing curiosity about my other half. My dad did a wonderful job raising me, and I wouldn’t change it for the world, but at the same time there is a growing curiosity about my other half.
  319. As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do.
  320. As I have discovered by examining my past, I started out as a child. Coincidentally, so did my brother. My mother did not put all her eggs in one basket, so to speak: she gave me a younger brother named Russell, who taught me what was meant by ‘survival of the fittest.’
  321. As I have said for many years throughout this land, we’re borrowing money from China to buy oil from the Persian Gulf to burn it in ways that destroy the future of human civilization. Every bit of that has to change.
  322. As I often say, we have come a long way from the days of slavery, but in 2014, discrimination and inequality still saturate our society in modern ways. Though racism may be less blatant now in many cases, its existence is undeniable.
  323. As I said earlier, there are no writers who could create a literary vision of the new reality.
  324. As I said last week in the wake of the grand jury decision, I think Ferguson laid bare a problem that is not unique to St. Louis or that area, and is not unique to our time, and that is a simmering distrust that exists between too many police departments and too many communities of color.
  325. As I see it, fast food outfits have targeted small children with their advertising in a very effective way. You know, it’s clowns and kid’s toys and bright colors and things like that.
  326. As I started to research gorillas, I began to understand that they’re all totally individual and idiosyncratic, and they have their own personalities.
  327. As I stood and gave the eulogy for young Michael Brown last week, I kept thinking about the fact that this child should have been in college instead of laying in a coffin.
  328. As I think through the issue of funding the rebuilding of Iraq, I think about the analogy of a bankruptcy proceeding. There is no doubt that Iraq as a country is bankrupt.
  329. As I understand I took most so-called democratic states about 200 years on average to build their democracies. That is why, when we go to sleep under totalitarian rule and wake up in a democracy, it makes me laugh.
  330. As I would not be a slave, so I would not be a master. This expresses my idea of democracy.
  331. As if you could kill time without injuring eternity.
  332. As in geology, so in social institutions, we may discover the causes of all past changes in the present invariable order of society.
  333. As individuals, people are inherently good. I have a somewhat more pessimistic view of people in groups. And I remain extremely concerned when I see what’s happening in our country, which is in many ways the luckiest place in the world. We don’t seem to be excited about making our country a better place for our kids.
  334. As Irving Good realised in 1965, machines with superhuman intelligence could repeatedly improve their design even further, triggering what Vernor Vinge called a ‘singularity.’
  335. As it turns out, there is a thing called the Internet, and stuff does go out there whether the suits like it or not.
  336. As I’ve got older, and since I cut all my hair off, I’ve felt a bit more liberated about trying different things out.
  337. As I’ve said, there were patriots who supported this war, and patriots who opposed it. And all of us are united in appreciation for our servicemen and women, and our hopes for Iraqis’ future.
  338. As long as a man stands in his own way, everything seems to be in his way.
  339. As long as a woman can look ten years younger than her own daughter, she is perfectly satisfied.
  340. As long as each song makes somebody feel something, I think that’s the point of it all. I don’t want it to just be background music, you know?
  341. As long as God gives me the strength to still minister and create, I’ll do it.
  342. As long as I am alive, I am fully committed to amity between Tibetans and Chinese. Otherwise there’s no use.
  343. As long as I can say what it is that I need to say, then I’ll fit whatever I’m trying to say around a melody.
  344. As long as I know what key the solo is in, I try to kind of empty my mind and not think about anything. I just play without thinking.
  345. As long as I live, I will never forget that day 21 years ago when I raised my hand and took the oath of citizenship. Do you know how proud I was? I was so proud that I walked around with an American flag around my shoulders all day long.
  346. As long as I’m needed. I’ll be ready to serve. I look forward with optimism. We need the Jews here. Move to Israel! Move to Israel!
  347. As long as it is supported by Democratic politicians and by liberal Hollywood players, censorship is a useful tool to stifle dissent.
  348. As long as it’s good music. I love all music. It’s got to be constructed properly.
  349. As long as our government is administered for the good of the people, and is regulated by their will; as long as it secures to us the rights of persons and of property, liberty of conscience and of the press, it will be worth defending.
  350. As long as poverty, injustice and gross inequality persist in our world, none of us can truly rest.
  351. As long as Rupert Murdoch has owned it, the ‘New York Post’ has been defined by its shamelessness and total lack of interest in taking responsibility for its worst errors and poor judgment.
  352. As long as somebody finances you, can make a film and get it seen any place and in any language; then, hopefully, it’s a success.
  353. As long as the people don’t fear the truth, there is hope. For once they fear it, the one who tells it doesn’t stand a chance. And today, truth is still beautiful… but so frightening.
  354. As long as there are games to play it is not over.
  355. As long as there have been elections, there have been attempts to keep eligible people from voting.
  356. As long as there is no law in Burma, any individual here can be arrested at any time.
  357. As long as there is rape… there is not going to be any peace or justice or equality or freedom. You are not going to become what you want to become or who you want to become. You are not going to live in the world you want to live in.
  358. As long as war is regarded as wicked, it will always have its fascination. When it is looked upon as vulgar, it will cease to be popular.
  359. As long as we have a poor country bordering California, it’s going to be very difficult to win strikes.
  360. As long as you have discipline, you can be a success. Discipline is what makes you do everything you need to do.
  361. As long as you have the acting chops and the desire to get inside a character, you can play anything.
  362. As long as you keep one foot in the real world while the other foot’s in a fairy tale, that fairy tale is going to seem kind of attainable.
  363. As long as you know men are like children, you know everything!
  364. As long as you think of your real self as the person you are, then of course you’re going to be fearful of death. But what is a person? A person is a pattern of behavior, of a larger awareness. You know, the two-year-old dies before the three-year-old shows up, the three-year-old dies before the teenager shows up.
  365. As long as your body is healthy and under control and death is distant, try to save your soul; when death is immanent what can you do?
  366. As long as your going to be thinking anyway, think big.
  367. As long as your intentions are solid and about growth and progression and being productive and not being idle, then you’re doing good in my book.
  368. As long as you’re in an environment where the worth of the project isn’t based on the project but what its predecessors did, it’s not truly inclusive.
  369. As marriage goes, I think most people sort of set being – you know getting married as the goal as opposed to being married.
  370. As men are not able to fight against death, misery, ignorance, they have taken it into their heads, in order to be happy, not to think of them at all.
  371. As much as I love creating entertaining visuals, I love toying with the pace of a movie and trying to perfect that. It’s imperative to the impact: faster cuts, cuts at the right moments that meld with the tenor of a scene. Creating and maintaining that feeling.
  372. As much as I love crisp, clean whites, there’s always a time for rich but balanced Chardonnays with oak, especially at Thanksgiving.
  373. As much as I love the Western genre, I figured if I kept doing those, I’d eventually run out of steam on that, and that would’ve been the end of it.
  374. As much as I’m not a journalist, I use journalism. And when you photograph a relationship, it’s quite wonderful to let something unfold in front of you.
  375. As much as it’s sometimes hard to make choices about where you invest, it’s equally hard to make choices about where you don’t invest and what you eliminate.
  376. As much as people are griping about the Internet taking sales away from artists, it’s been a huge promotional tool for me.
  377. As much as possible, location-specific information should not be collected in the first place, or not in personally identifiable form.
  378. As much as with increased exploration new gas reserves can be found, what must be obvious to all is that our oil and gas reserves are not renewable and they are diminishing, and to protect the generations to come, we must engage in nothing short of a radical shift in the diversification of the economy.
  379. As my face got cleaner, my relationships got cleaner.
  380. As my father taught me, and he drove home that point, he said, ‘Just remember something. You don’t need to tell anybody how good you are. You show them how good you are.’ And he drove that home with me. So I learned early not to brag about how good I was or what I could do but let my game take that away and show them that I could play well enough.
  381. As my father used to tell me, the only true sign of success in life is being able to do for a living that which makes you happy.
  382. As my friend said to me, when you have children, typically in a second marriage, when you’re older and you get married again to a woman who would have children, you must always remember that you make sure the children attend a college where the commencement ceremonies are held in a facility with a wheelchair accessible ramp.
  383. As my Sicilian grandfather used to say, you get more flies with honey than with vinegar, right?
  384. As of September 2012, 168 out of the 602 released Guantanamo Bay detainees are suspected of returning to terrorism. So, is this a winning scenario for the United States? Of course not.
  385. As one digs deeper into the national character of the Americans, one sees that they have sought the value of everything in this world only in the answer to this single question: how much money will it bring in?
  386. As one who has been in hard situations, I believe that I know how to deal with complicated and hard situations.
  387. As one who participated in all the wars of the state of Israel, I saw the horror of wars. I saw the fear of wars. I saw my best friends being killed in battles. I was seriously injured twice.
  388. As our case is new, we must think and act anew.
  389. As our enemies have found we can reason like men, so now let us show them we can fight like men also.
  390. As part of the E.U., my children can have the freedom and the opportunity to work and live across Europe; to be ambitious in the world’s largest market; and to access so much of the history, the culture and the opportunity which is our common European heritage.
  391. As people get more desperate, history suggests that they’re not going to rise in a mighty proletarian tidal wave and wash away their oppressors. They’re gonna turn on each other.
  392. As politicians we have to react to the fact that many people do not feel that they can relate to the EU.
  393. As president, I will bring all the parties and stakeholders together. I am going to come up with a solution that respects the environment and does not cause an upheaval in the economy.
  394. As president, I’m committed to making Washington work better and rebuilding the trust of the people who sent us here.
  395. As president, Reagan worked very well with Democrats to do big things. It is true that he worked to reduce the size of government and cut federal taxes and he eliminated many regulations, but he also raised taxes when necessary.
  396. As professional soccer players, we take our bodies to the extreme. We’re the people at the gym that look like we’re breaking the machines. Pushing our bodies to the limits is what makes us so strong and capable and Olympians. It’s not an easy thing to consistently do over and over again to your body.
  397. As recently as the September 11 event, the majority of Muslims were, as the rest of the world was, against its violence. However, if despair and humiliation continue in the population of more than one billion Muslims, the world will face increasing risks of conflicts and wars.
  398. As scientists, we step on the shoulders of science, building on the work that has come before us – aiming to inspire a new generation of young scientists to continue once we are gone.
  399. As seemingly impossible as it may seem of having zero regrets, when I look at my life now and all the mistakes I’ve made, all the bad decisions I’ve made, all the things I could have done differently or done more in, I don’t think I would have changed anything.
  400. As self-driving cars become more common, there will be a flood of new legal questions.
  401. As selfishness and complaint pervert the mind, so love with its joy clears and sharpens the vision.
  402. As separate people, we are weak, but we could be a peaceful, powerful nation.
  403. As soldiers need not only courage but tactics also, so does a philosopher need not only courage and philosophy but discernment also, to tell what his right time of dying is – so that he neither seek it nor flee it.
  404. As someone from, and directly involved with, this part of the world, I am convinced Arabs are qualified to regain their glorious past.
  405. As someone who has lived the nightmare of losing a child, I know that the enormous hole left behind remains forever.
  406. As someone who’s spent time with our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan on USO tours and met wounded warriors at Walter Reed and Bethesda, I feel a deep obligation to the men and women who have risked life and limb on our behalf.
  407. As soon as beauty is sought not from religion and love, but for pleasure, it degrades the seeker.
  408. As soon as I arrived in the Indies, in the first island which I found, I took some of the natives by force, in order that they might learn and might give me information of whatever there is in these parts. And so it was that they soon understood us, and we them, either by speech or by signs, and they have been very serviceable.
  409. As soon as I have got flying to perfection, I have got a scheme about a steam engine.
  410. As soon as I left school at 16, I worked in a factory making aircraft components.
  411. As soon as I made it about being healthy and shifted my focus away from the scale, the weight started to come off. I keep track of my body by how my jeans fit – and how I feel.
  412. As soon as I started dancing at 14, I knew I was always going to be a professional dancer.
  413. As soon as I started to realize that I could make a living playing professional soccer, I went to that place where I could torture myself because I knew it would make me better for the championship game.
  414. As soon as man does not take his existence for granted, but beholds it as something unfathomably mysterious, thought begins.
  415. As soon as my trial was over, we tried to use the energy that had developed around my case to create another organization, which we called the National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression.
  416. As soon as the fear approaches near, attack and destroy it.
  417. As soon as the land of any country has all become private property, the landlords, like all other men, love to reap where they never sowed, and demand a rent even for its natural produce.
  418. As soon as there is life there is danger.
  419. As soon as tradition has come to be recognized as tradition, it is dead.
  420. As soon as white folks say a play’s good, the theater is jammed with blacks and whites.
  421. As soon as you do it, actors realize there is no difference playing a performance-captured role or a live-action role.
  422. As soon as you get off stage, that’s the most dangerous time for a singer to kiss people because your vocal chords are receptive to any kind of germ.
  423. As soon as you set foot on a yacht you belong to some man, not to yourself, and you die of boredom.
  424. As soon go kindle fire with snow, as seek to quench the fire of love with words.
  425. As the biggest library if it is in disorder is not as useful as a small but well-arranged one, so you may accumulate a vast amount of knowledge but it will be of far less value than a much smaller amount if you have not thought it over for yourself.
  426. As the births of living creatures are at first ill-shapen, so are all innovations, which are the births of time.
  427. As the camera, I try to subordinate every word to be truthful and honest to each character’s context.
  428. As the eagle was killed by the arrow winged with his own feather, so the hand of the world is wounded by its own skill.
  429. As the heat of the coal differs from the coal itself, so do memory, perception, judgment, emotion, and will, differ from the brain which is the instrument of thought.
  430. As the knowledge around personalized medicine continues to grow, consumers should expect their healthcare providers to begin to incorporate genetic information into their treatments and preventative care.
  431. As the leader of twelve apostles, even Jesus had more executive experience than Obama.
  432. As the Nasdaq soared in 1999 and early 2000, demand for many offerings far exceeded the supply of shares available at the initial offering price.
  433. As the Republican Party has moved farther and farther to the right, I have found myself increasingly at odds with the Republican philosophy and more in line with the philosophy of the Democratic Party.
  434. As the years go by and I make more films, I am increasingly interested in capturing place as a vivid backdrop for my films.
  435. As they grow, companies saturate their markets, become more complex and difficult to manage, and face larger and more entrenched competitors.
  436. As unique as we all are, an awful lot of us want the same things. We want to shake up our current less-than-fulfilling lives. We want to be happier, more loving, forgiving and connected with the people around us.
  437. As usual, there is a great woman behind every idiot.
  438. As Vermont’s senator and a member of the Budget Committee, I will not support a plan to reduce the deficit that does not call for shared sacrifice.
  439. As we all know, sequels can be tricky.
  440. As we approached our work, my colleagues and I looked to the U.S. Constitution for guidance. It states, ‘No person shall … be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.’ No person, no exceptions.
  441. As we are, so we associate. The good, by affinity, seek the good; the vile, by affinity, the vile. Thus of their own volition, souls proceed into Heaven, into Hell.
  442. As we develop the moral aspect of our lives, we often adapt standards of right and wrong that serve as guides and deterrents for our conduct.
  443. As we enjoy great advantages from the inventions of others, we should be glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours, and this we should do freely and generously.
  444. As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.
  445. As we grow old, the beauty steals inward.
  446. As we grow up in more technology-enriched environments filled with laptops and smart phones, technology is not just becoming a part of our daily lives – it’s becoming a part of each and every one of us.
  447. As we know, while our species remains alive, everybody has the sacred duty to be optimistic. Ethically, any other behaviour wouldn’t be admissible.
  448. As we learned after President Herbert Hoover signed the Smoot-Hawley tariff at the outset of the Great Depression, vibrant international trade is a key component to economic recovery; hindering trade is a recipe for disaster.
  449. As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others.
  450. As we must account for every idle word, so must we account for every idle silence.
  451. As we speak, Iran has rolled back its nuclear program, shipped out its uranium stockpile, and the world has avoided another war.
  452. As we talk with candour, we open the doors to new possibilities and new areas of cooperation in advance in democracy, in combating terrorism, in energy and environment, science and technology and international peacekeeping.
  453. As with all my work, whether it’s a leaf on a rock or ice on a rock, I’m trying to get beneath the surface appearance of things. Working the surface of a stone is an attempt to understand the internal energy of the stone.
  454. As you get older and gain more experience, you’re able to do multiple things. You don’t necessarily have to focus so hard on your performance in order to have a good one.
  455. As you get older, and this is a young man’s game, and people say, ‘Well, there’s no way I can keep up running the way I’m running; there’s no way my arm is going to stay as strong as it is.’ It’s the challenge of trying to stay in my tip-top shape year in and year out so I can keep playing the way I want to play.
  456. As you get older, as you become more sensitive, feel more, it becomes harder to make jokes. You censor yourself.
  457. As you get older it is harder to have heroes, but it is sort of necessary.
  458. As you get older, the pickings get slimmer, but the people don’t.
  459. As you get older, the questions come down to about two or three. How long? And what do I do with the time I’ve got left?
  460. As you get older, the summer is less of a vacation and more of a training period by yourself away from the team. It’s exciting for me. I felt like I’ve been really getting better as far as my conditioning every single season as I get older.
  461. As you get older, you realize you’re not that cool. You also realize the people you called posers are just people like you.
  462. As you get older, you’re not afraid of doubt. Doubt isn’t running the show. You take out all the self-agonizing.
  463. As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.
  464. As you heat the planet up, it’s just like boiling a pot.
  465. As you know from school, it’s when you have not prepared for the test that you have the fear of failing. And if you have prepared, even if you fail, you’ve done your best.
  466. As you know, I’m an immigrant. I came over here as an immigrant, and what gave me the opportunities, what made me to be here today, is the open arms of Americans. I have been received. I have been adopted by America.
  467. As you launch a new website, your boss tells you she wants to get found for the keyword “teamwork”. Which is the best response to her request?
  468. As you launch a new website, your boss tells you that she wants to get found for the keyword “teamwork”. Which is the best response to her request?
  469. As you move through life, set aside good ideas and give them to others to encourage and inspire.
  470. As you navigate through the rest of your life, be open to collaboration. Other people and other people’s ideas are often better than your own. Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.
  471. As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler; solitude will not be solitude, poverty will not be poverty, nor weakness weakness.
  472. As you think, so shall you become.
  473. Asians are nice people, but they burn a lot of shirts.
  474. Ask an older person you respect to tell you his or her greatest regret.
  475. Ask anyone who’s successful how they got there, you’re going to hear a different story.
  476. Ask me no questions, I’ll tell you no lies.
  477. Ask me whether inflation represents longer-term problem. I think there’s a potential there for excess reserves to create problems.
  478. Ask those who love Him with a sincere love, and they will tell you that they find no greater or prompter relief amid the troubles of their life than in loving conversation with their Divine Friend.
  479. Ask yourself: Have you been kind today? Make kindness your daily modus operandi and change your world.
  480. Ask yourself whether the dream of heaven and greatness should be waiting for us in our graves – or whether it should be ours here and now and on this earth.
  481. Asking a client questions about his desired business objectives is:
  482. Asking questions is what brains were born to do, at least when we were young children. For young children, quite literally, seeking explanations is as deeply rooted a drive as seeking food or water.
  483. Asking the client, “Is there anything else you want to be sure we discuss during our meeting?” is:
  484. Assassination has never changed the history of the world.
  485. Assassination is the extreme form of censorship.
  486. Assigning a value to a Google Analytics Goal allows you to do which of the following?
  487. Associate yourself with people of good quality, for it is better to be alone than in bad company.
  488. Association with human beings lures one into self-observation.
  489. Assume nobody else has any idea what they’re doing, either.
  490. Assuming default cookie expiration timing, a conversion (1-per-click) is recorded when:
  491. Assuming the chairmanship of ASEAN isn’t going to do anything about improving the lives of people.
  492. Assuming you are not using any bid adjustment and you value mobile traffic over desktop, which bid adjustment should you set?
  493. Assuredly, Loving Souls, you should go to God with all humility and respect, humbling yourselves in His presence, especially when you remember your past ingratitude and sins.
  494. Asymmetrical warfare is a euphemism for terrorism, just like collateral damage is a euphemism for killing innocent civilians.
  495. At 13 years old, I realized I could start my own band. I could write my own song, I could record my own record. I could start my own label. I could release my own record. I could book my own shows. I could write and publish my own fanzine. I could silk-screen my own T-shirt. I could do this all myself.
  496. At 155, I will be the same animal, an even better animal.
  497. At 16, 17, you have no fear. You don’t think or analyze. You just play on automatic. You can get smarter as you get older, but in sports you can be too smart, you know?
  498. At 16, I started a web development business and had clients from the Netherlands, Caribbean, and across the country – none of whom knew my age because I could conduct all my business with a phone, scanner, and the Internet.
  499. At 18 I began painting steadily fulltime and at age 20 had my first New York show at the Macbeth Gallery.
  500. At 30 a man should know himself like the palm of his hand, know the exact number of his defects and qualities, know how far he can go, foretell his failures – be what he is. And, above all, accept these things.
  501. At 50, I began to know who I was. It was like waking up to myself.
  502. At 90, I’m still working a couple of dates a month. My mind is very sharp on the stage, so why not? This may sound corny, but I do it because people – young and old – still come to see me, and they’re very enthusiastic about my work. They treat me like the Godfather.
  503. At a certain point in your career – I mean, part of the answer is a personal answer, which is that at a certain point in your career, it becomes more satisfying to help entrepreneurs than to be one.
  504. At a formal dinner party, the person nearest death should always be seated closest to the bathroom.
  505. At a high level, what three things should you keep in mind when creating buyer personas?
  506. At a minimum, what page weight should you be aiming for?
  507. At a minimum, what Speed Index score should you be aiming for?
  508. At a purely practical level, history is important because it provides the basic skills needed for students to go further in sociology, politics, international relations and economics. History is also an ideal discipline for almost all careers in the law, the civil service and the private sector.
  509. At a time like this, scorching irony, not convincing argument, is needed.
  510. At a time when the Post Office is losing substantial revenue from the instantaneous flow of information by email and on the Internet, slowing mail service is a recipe for disaster.
  511. At a very young age, I was influenced enormously by Julio Cortazar or Carlos Fuentes. In that literature, there’s always an exploration of different perspectives, points of view.
  512. At a young age, I wanted to be a prima ballerina and had these grand ideas that I would go study at Juilliard. It’s something I laugh about now.
  513. At a young age winning is not the most important thing… the important thing is to develop creative and skilled players with good confidence.
  514. At any Maroon 5 concert, you’ll see a room backstage marked ‘yoga.’
  515. At any moment, one company stands in the spotlight of the middle ring in the stock market’s never-ending circus. It may not be the biggest corporation in the world, or the most profitable, but somehow it both mirrors and leads the market’s broader action.
  516. At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face.
  517. At eighteen our convictions are hills from which we look; at forty-five they are caves in which we hide.
  518. At every party there are two kinds of people – those who want to go home and those who don’t. The trouble is, they are usually married to each other.
  519. At ev’ry word a reputation dies.
  520. At fifteen life had taught me undeniably that surrender, in its place, was as honorable as resistance, especially if one had no choice.
  521. At first glance, Martha Stewart, queen of artfully distressed home furnishings, might not seem to have much in common with Michael R. Milken, one-time king of junk bonds.
  522. At first, I wasn’t really keen on the idea of me being on stage having to sing in front of people.
  523. At German unification, we were lucky to get so much help from West Germany. Now, we have the good fortune of being able to help each other in Europe.
  524. At his best, man is the noblest of all animals; separated from law and justice he is the worst.
  525. At home I am a nice guy: but I don’t want the world to know. Humble people, I’ve found, don’t get very far.
  526. At home, I’m just Amy, but in India, I get mobbed.
  527. At home in Paris I take a milk bath two times a week, but here on the road it is more difficult. I miss them.
  528. At home, my mom and my dad shared equally in the responsibilities of the family and our home and always demonstrated the importance of men and women having an equal role.
  529. At its best, the sensation of writing is that of any unmerited grace. It is handed to you, but only if you look for it.
  530. At its very heart, Worldchanging is about using the best of people’s new ideas, bringing them together and applying them to the massive problems that we all face.
  531. At its worst, Washington is a place where name-calling partisan politics too often trumps policy.
  532. At Juilliard, suddenly I was reading these great plays that could articulate the ways I was feeling in the Marine Corps, and that felt very therapeutic, by putting words to feelings, in a big way.
  533. At last we’ve seen the first installment of Joss Whedon’s new web series, ‘Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog,’ and it’s sweeter than we’d ever imagined.
  534. At LearnVest, we’re working to make financial planning both accessible and affordable so that everyone has the opportunity to get on track financially.
  535. At least I can say that I’m honest.
  536. At least the Pilgrim Fathers used to shoot Indians: the Pilgrim Children merely punch time clocks.
  537. At least those with closed minds never have to worry about their brains gathering dust.
  538. At Microsoft there are lots of brilliant ideas but the image is that they all come from the top – I’m afraid that’s not quite right.
  539. At Mint, we developed five pending patents on our technology, ranging from categorization to the Ways to Save system that calculates how much a new financial product would save a user given their present financial situation.
  540. At most I’ll spend three or four hours daily, sometimes less.
  541. At my home in the southwest of France, I grow oak, hazel, and lemon trees in my backyard.
  542. At my house, it’s an, ‘If dad says it, you can say it’ kind of deal, so a lot of my slang words come off very childish at this point in my career.
  543. At my restaurants, we have training drills before every meal. We talk about what we did yesterday that was great and what we can improve today.
  544. At my Rolling Stones’ tour, the camera was a protection. I used it in a Zen way.
  545. At my shows, I like everyone to have a good time… but, I like for us to be real because there’s freedom in that.
  546. At one point I couldn’t move or get out of bed or anything. I developed blood clots because I’d been completely inactive. Then they thought – because the pain was so much – I had an infection in the bones, so they gave me pills, which gave me a tummy infection. It’s like a French farce.
  547. At one point I learned transcendental meditation. This was 30-something years ago. It took me back to the way that I naturally was as a child growing up way in the country, rarely seeing people. I was in that state of oneness with creation and it was as if I didn’t exist except as a part of everything.
  548. At one point, I was just perceived as only being angry, but now I’m being perceived as angry, peaceful, and spiritual.
  549. At one point in your life, you’ll have the thing you want or the reasons why you don’t.
  550. At one time in my life, from the time I was seven until I was about 13, I didn’t speak. I only spoke to my brother. The reason I didn’t speak: I had been molested, and I told the name of the molester to my brother who told it to the family.
  551. At one time, you could sit on the Rue de la Paix in Paris or at the Habima Theater in Tel Aviv or in Medina and you could see a person come in, black, white, it didn’t matter. You said, ‘That’s an American’ because there’s a readiness to smile and to talk to people.
  552. At places like Chelsea, often the garden displays are so big and grand that you’d never be able to have them at home.
  553. At readings, audience members sometimes ask if I keep writing past the two hours if I’m on a roll, but I don’t. I figure that if I’m on a roll, it’s partially because I know I’m about to stop.
  554. At Sarah Lawrence, I realized that everybody was already what they were going to be. The painters were painting, the writers writing, the dancers dancing. And nobody wore any makeup. The art was uppermost.
  555. At school, a careers adviser asked me what I wanted to be, and I said ‘fashion journalist,’ so writing for ‘Vogue’ has provided me with the opportunity to fulfill a dream.
  556. At ‘SNL,’ I wrote political stuff, but I never felt the show should have an axe to grind. But when I left in ’95, I could let my own beliefs out.
  557. At some future period, not very distant as measured by centuries, the civilized races of man will almost certainly exterminate, and replace the savage races throughout the world.
  558. At some point, I would like to write a book and other things, but I work best when there is some sort of deadline in my own mind, but not when fifty people or fifty million people are breathing down the back of my neck.
  559. At some point in every person’s life, you will need an assisted medical device – whether it’s your glasses, your contacts, or as you age and you have a hip replacement or a knee replacement or a pacemaker. The prosthetic generation is all around us.
  560. At some point, it comes to an end regardless, however it comes, whether it is retirement or injury; at some point, it comes to an end.
  561. At some point we must make a decision not to allow the mere threat of charges of cultural or religious insensitivity to stop us from dealing with this evil.
  562. At some point we must realize that actively defending against radical Islamic teachings is not a matter of cultural relativity. It is a matter of universally recognized human rights.
  563. At the age of 19, the day after I graduated high school, I moved to a place where it snowed, and I became a massage therapist. With this job, all I needed were my hands and my massage table by my side and I could go anywhere. For the first time in my life, I felt free, independent, and completely in control of my life.
  564. At the age of 6, a teacher full of ambitions, who taught in the small public school of Biran, convinced my family that I should travel to Santiago de Cuba to accompany my older sister who would enter a highly prestigious convent school. Including me was a skill of that very teacher from the little school in Biran.
  565. At the age of eight I started getting into fashion, brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Nautica and Ralph Lauren. But in 2005 I started wearing John Richmond jeans.
  566. At the base level, a burger is a piece of meat and a bun with something on it. It’s simple but it seems to make a lot of people happy.
  567. At the beginning of June 1944, the war was reaching a climax. German troops had been brutalised by the savagery of the ongoing fighting in Russia, where the Red Army was secretly preparing its vast encirclement of the Germans’ Army Group Centre.
  568. At the beginning of my career as a writer, I felt I knew nothing of Chinese culture. I was writing about emotional confusion with my mother related to our different beliefs. Hers was based in family history, which I didn’t know anything about. I always felt hesitant in talking about Chinese culture and American culture.
  569. At the beginning of the 60’s our country called the foreign workers to come to Germany and now they live in our country. We kidded ourselves a while, we said: ‘They won’t stay, sometime they will be gone.’ But this isn’t reality.
  570. At the beginning of the nineteenth century we abandoned tradition, it’s at that point that I intend to renew it because the present is built on the past just as the past was built on the times that went before it.
  571. At the beginning when the child is coming, people worry the child may be deformed. When a healthy boy or child comes, people are very happy for a short moment.
  572. At The Body Shop we had always been measured by how many jobs we had created, and I got a major award from the Queen on that.
  573. At the bottom of education, at the bottom of politics, even at the bottom of religion, there must be for our race economic independence.
  574. At the center of non-violence stands the principle of love.
  575. At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.
  576. At the crux of Half Dome, at the very top of the wall, imagine, like, a smooth wall of rock – a nearly vertical granite slap with tiny ripples for your hands and feet. And so you’re really trusting the rubber on your shoes to stick to these ripples.
  577. At the current $5.15 an hour, the federal minimum wage has become a poverty wage. A full-time worker with one child lives below the official poverty line.
  578. At the end of 2000, most investors were optimistic that a return to quick gains could not be far off.
  579. At the end of any really long tour you need to get your head in order.
  580. At the end of the day, a playback singer has to depend on live shows as their source of income.
  581. At the end of the day, Americans know that the ones they really can trust, in all the Middle East, it’s only Israel.
  582. At the end of the day, I pray for the best.
  583. At the end of the day, I understand that life has road blocks, and life is like school – you’ll be tested; we gotta pass it.
  584. At the end of the day, the great ones – well, they rise, and that’s what I want to do.
  585. At the end of the day, the TV show is the best job in the world. I get to go anywhere I want, eat and drink whatever I want. As long as I just babble at the camera, other people will pay for it. It’s a gift.
  586. At the end of the day, there is no doubt that the unique spirit embodied by this country has worked, not just to make the world safer, but to make it better.
  587. At the end of the day, we have an economy that works for the rich by cheating the poor, and unequal schools are the result of that, not the cause.
  588. At the end of the day we want to bring stability and hope to Iraq. That’s the only way to defeat terrorism.
  589. At the end of the day, you can’t take my love for my people away.
  590. At the end of the day, you have to look at, ‘Are they knowledgeable? Are they doing their job?’ Not what their appearance is.
  591. At the FIFA World Player of the Year event, FIFA executives and FIFA president Sepp Blatter didn’t know who I was. And I was being honored as top three in the world. That was pretty shocking.
  592. At the insistence of the Bush administration, Congress in 2006 passed legislation that required the Postal Service to prefund, over a 10-year period, 75 years of future retiree health benefits.
  593. At the major studios, you see people wanting to remake a TV series, wanting to make a sequel.
  594. At the most elite level, your nutrition becomes a lifestyle: it’s not something you have to do when you’re preparing for Olympic games or World Cup games – you just do it. You’re more inclined to eat healthier because it’s better for your muscles.
  595. At the outset, I want to say that the suggestion that the struggle in South Africa is under the influence of foreigners or communists is wholly incorrect. I have done whatever I did because of my experience in South Africa and my own proudly felt African background, and not because of what any outsider might have said.
  596. At the outset of the creation of the euro in 1999, it was expected that the southern eurozone economies would behave like those in the north; the Italians would behave like Germans. They didn’t. Instead, northern Europe fell into subsidizing southern Europe’s excess consumption, that is, its current account deficits.
  597. At the point when I wanted to become a designer, I didn’t think about, ‘Oh, but I’m a woman,’ just like didn’t think about like, well, ‘I’m Chinese’ or that ‘I’m in Michigan.’ You know, none of those things were obstacles to me. I just had this idea that this is what I had to do.
  598. At the same time, television theatre became more visibly active.
  599. At the same time the folk boom was happening, the civil rights movement was happening, the anti-war movement was happening, the ban the bomb movement was happening, the environmental movement was happening. There was suddenly a generation ready to change the course of history.
  600. At ‘The School of Life’, we take seriously anything that has to do with human fulfilment – and take note wherever insight on this subject can be found.
  601. At the solemn moment of death, every man, even when death is sudden, sees the whole of his past life marshalled before him, in its minutest details. For one short instant the personal becomes one with the individual and all-knowing ego. But this instant is enough to show to him the whole chain of causes which have been at work during his life.
  602. At the start of the year, your company has 5,000 leads. Over the course of the year, you generate another 1,000 leads. True or false: you now have 6,000 leads in your database that you can email.
  603. At the Super Bowl, when Beyonce was thrusting her hips forward in a very suggestive manner, if someone else had done that, it would’ve been a national scandal. I thought it was ridiculous.
  604. At the very top state institutions, like UCLA, Berkeley and the University of Texas, however, the trend of downward minority enrollment remains persistent and discouraging.
  605. At thirty-five, having spent over twenty years running varied businesses for my family, I decided to sit down and write my first novel. I had never written anything longer than a couple of pages till then and was foolishly attempting to write a hundred-thousand words.
  606. At this age, I should be leading a quiet life.
  607. At this high moment, ability failed my capacity to describe.
  608. At this point in my career, I don’t have to deal with audition rejections. So I get my rejection from other things. My children can make me feel rejected. They can humble you pretty quick.
  609. At this point I’ve got a bit of a track record. So people realize that when ‘Weird Al’ wants to go parody, it’s not meant to make them look bad… it’s meant to be a tribute.
  610. At this time – we’re in a dramatic crisis – euro bonds are precisely the wrong answer. They lead us into a debt union, not a stability union. Each country has to take its own steps to reduce its debt.
  611. At this year’s Open, I’ll have five boyfriends.
  612. At times, I might have been too young; I might have been too naive at times and didn’t understand who I really was to a whole culture.
  613. At times in my life the only place I have been happy is when I am on stage.
  614. At times, I’ve referred to Christ’s miracles, and have said, ‘Well, Christ multiplied the fish and the loaves to feed the people. That is precisely what we want to do with the Revolution and socialism.’
  615. At times one remains faithful to a cause only because its opponents do not cease to be insipid.
  616. At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.
  617. At times, we take freedom for granted. We really don’t know how to cherish the freedom we have until it’s taken from us.
  618. At twelve I looked like a girl of seventeen. My body was developed and shapely. I still wore the blue dress and the blouse the orphanage provided. They made me look like an overgrown lummox.
  619. At twenty years of age the will reigns; at thirty, the wit; and at forty, the judgment.
  620. At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide.
  621. At which level can you add promotional text to Product Listing Ads?
  622. At Yves Saint Laurent, I felt like the son-in-law – like I was part of the family, but not quite. When I was fired, I felt like the widow.
  623. Atheism is a non-prophet organization.
  624. Atheism is having a heyday in the born-again United States.
  625. Atheism shows strength of mind, but only to a certain degree.
  626. Atlas was permitted the opinion that he was at liberty, if he wished, to drop the Earth and creep away; but this opinion was all that he was permitted.
  627. Attempt the impossible in order to improve your work.
  628. Attend me, hold me in your muscular flowering arms, protect me from throwing any part of myself away.
  629. Attitude and enthusiasm play a big part in my life. I get excited about the things that inspire me. I also believe in laughing and having a good time.
  630. Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.
  631. Attitude is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than what people do or say. It is more important than appearance, giftedness, or skill.
  632. Attitude: the difference between squashing and being squashed.
  633. Attitude. The difference between winners and losers.
  634. Audiences change because life changes. Countries change geographically, climatically, socially and morally. Many things happen, and cinema, in a sense, reflects what’s happening in the world.
  635. Audiences of critical thinkers are my favorite kinds of audiences. There are jokes I tell in the show that don’t get laughs unless I am in front of an audience of critical thinkers. Put me in front of a crowd of science teachers or astronauts! The guileless aren’t our audience – it’s the critical thinkers we love.
  636. Aunt Marion was right… Never marry a musician, and never answer the door.
  637. Auschwitz stands as a tragic reminder of the terrible potential man has for violence and inhumanity.
  638. Australia has always encouraged the little bloke to have a go, the Aussie battler to get up.
  639. Australia is about as far away as you can get. I like that.
  640. Authentic values are those by which a life can be lived, which can form a people that produces great deeds and thoughts.
  641. Authenticity is everything! You have to wake up every day and look in the mirror, and you want to be proud of the person who’s looking back at you. And you can only do that if you’re being honest with yourself and being a person of high character. You have an opportunity every single day to write that story of your life.
  642. Author: A fool who, not content with having bored those who have lived with him, insists on tormenting generations to come.
  643. Authority forgets a dying king.
  644. Authority is never without hate.
  645. Auto exclusions allow:
  646. Auto-tagging is a feature that is used with which type of traffic?
  647. Auto-tagging is used to collect data from which kinds of traffic?
  648. Autobiographies are only useful as the lives you read about and analyze may suggest to you something that you may find useful in your own journey through life.
  649. Autobiography is awfully seductive; it’s wonderful. Once I got into it, I realized I was following a tradition established by Frederick Douglass – the slave narrative – speaking in the first-person singular, talking about the first-person plural, always saying ‘I,’ meaning ‘we.’
  650. Automated call centers are only the most obvious way speech recognition will be used. The software is now becoming sophisticated enough to identify speakers through ‘voiceprints,’ akin to fingerprints, eventually reducing the need for personal identification numbers.
  651. Automatic bidding is ideal for advertisers who:
  652. Automating some of your finances can be incredibly convenient and is a great way to save time, but automating everything makes it too easy to go on autopilot and forget to pay attention to your personal finances.
  653. Automotive franchise laws were put in place decades ago to prevent a manufacturer from unfairly opening stores in direct competition with an existing franchise dealer that had already invested time, money and effort to open and promote their business.
  654. Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.
  655. Avarice, the spur of industry.
  656. ‘Avatar’ imaginatively revisits the crime scene of white America’s foundational act of genocide, in which entire native tribes and civilizations were wiped out by European immigrants to the American continent.
  657. Aviation offered such fun as crossing the continent in planes large and small, trying the whirling rotors of an autogiro, making record flights. With these activities came opportunity to know women everywhere who shared my conviction that there is so much women can do in the modern world and should be permitted to do irrespective of their sex.
  658. Aviation, this young modern giant, exemplifies the possible relationship of women and the creations of science. Although women have not taken full advantage of its use and benefits, air travel is as available to them as to men.
  659. Avoid all needle drugs, the only dope worth shooting is Richard Nixon.
  660. Avoid having your ego so close to your position that when your position falls, your ego goes with it.
  661. Avoid popularity if you would have peace.
  662. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold.
  663. Avoiding offense means that we don’t accept each other as equals.
  664. Awards can give you a tremendous amount of encouragement to keep getting better, no matter how young or old you are.
  665. Awards shows mainly publicize the people giving the awards.
  666. Awareness of universals is called conceiving, and a universal of which we are aware is called a concept.
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