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  1. Dad couldn’t train me. He was too high-strung, like, ‘Throw your jab!’ and I’d start crying.
  2. Daley is managing multiple AdWords accounts for a grocery store chain and using conversion tracking. What might make her daily AdWords tasks simpler?
  3. Dali is like a man who hesitates between talent and genius, or, as one might once have said, between vice and virtue.
  4. Damascus is the center of world terror. All these organizations, Jihad and Hamas, their headquarters are in Damascus. Syria supports Hezbollah.
  5. Damn your principles! Stick to your party.
  6. Dan Radcliffe and Rupert Grint to me are like a pair of warm-hearted brothers.
  7. Dance is for everybody. I believe that the dance came from the people and that it should always be delivered back to the people.
  8. Dance music is no longer a simple Donna Summer beat. It’s become a whole language that I find fascinating and exciting. Eventually, it will lose the dance tag and join the fore of rock.
  9. Dancers know how to move their arms and their hands. But I don’t know the first thing about how to move my arms and hands gracefully.
  10. Dancing in high heels is kind of tough. I learn the dances without the heels, and then we add them. We just practice, and I get used to it. My feet hurt really badly at the end of the shows, but it’s fun. While it’s happening it’s fun. I feel tall.
  11. Dancing is a perpendicular expression of a horizontal desire.
  12. Dancing is about expressing yourself, and the more walls you let down, the better.
  13. Danes pay very high taxes, but in return enjoy a quality of life that many Americans would find hard to believe.
  14. Danger gleams like sunshine to a brave man’s eyes.
  15. Danger is sauce for prayers.
  16. Dare to wear the foolish clown face.
  17. Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves, even when we risk disappointing others.
  18. Dark lipstick on me is both a risk and a disaster.
  19. Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.
  20. Dartmouth is a small school with high-caliber teaching. Our classes were all taught by professors, not teaching assistants. I felt like that was a school where I could make a big splash. The opportunities would be grander and more robust for me there than at a school with 40,000 students.
  21. Dartmouth represented a great opportunity. I wanted to go to the best possible school I could go to.
  22. Data for your client shows that more estimated total conversions are coming from mobile devices versus computers and tablets. How can you use this data to optimize your client’s bidding strategy?
  23. Data helps solve problems.
  24. Data shows that the audience for a client’s running shoe store is women ages 35 to 50. How can you optimize this client’s Display Network campaign based on your research?
  25. Data shows that your client’s ad that appears to people in San Francisco gets 120 conversions at a cost of US$1200 and cost-per-acquisition (CPA) of US$10, while ads showing in Houston get 70 conversions at a cost of US$1400 and CPA of US$20. If you have a CPA goal of US$12, what bid adjustment would you set for each location?
  26. Dave Herman as Michael Bolton is one of my favorite performances ever.
  27. David and Dad didn’t get along too well growing up. I mean we all got along, but it was harder on David, because David wasn’t going to be the son that Dad wanted. But now they’re like best friends.
  28. David Ben-Gurion understood that the public’s trust is given to a leader in order to lead, determine clear goals and make difficult decisions. The fate of the people and the good of the state guided him, not polls, media treatment or measures of prestige.
  29. David Icke reminded me of Malcolm X.
  30. David O. Russell is probably my favorite filmmaker. He’s not only a great director, but he’s also a great writer.
  31. Dawn: When men of reason go to bed.
  32. Day by day we should weigh what we have granted to the spirit of the world against what we have denied to the spirit of Jesus, in thought and especially in deed.
  33. Day, n. A period of twenty-four hours, mostly misspent.
  34. ‘Days’ has always been strong as an icon in TV history, and it’s still going on strong and represents the genre of daytime drama so well. I’m proud to be a part of it.
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  37. De Sade is the one completely consistent and thoroughgoing revolutionary of history.
  38. Dead bodies do get a grayish blue/purple hue because blood pools in the capillaries and the body starts to decompose. It’s not smurf blue, but it’s not a pleasant shade.
  39. Dead fish go with the flow… but I’m not dead yet.
  40. Deadlines refine the mind. They remove variables like exotic materials and processes that take too long. The closer the deadline, the more likely you’ll start thinking waaay outside the box.
  41. Deaf people can do anything other people can do except hear.
  42. Dealing with backstabbers, there was one thing I learned. They’re only powerful when you got your back turned.
  43. Dealing with global warming doesn’t mean we have all got to suddenly stop breathing. Dealing with global warming means that we have to stop waste, and if you travel for no reason whatsoever, that is a waste.
  44. Dear friends, we may well sing to our Beloved when it is near the time of our departure. It draws near, and as it approaches, we must not dread it, but rather thank God for it.
  45. Dearest TV media and vans outside my home, please do not stress and work so hard.
  46. Death and life have their determined appointments; riches and honors depend upon heaven.
  47. Death and vulgarity are the only two facts in the nineteenth century that one cannot explain away.
  48. Death comes to all, but great achievements build a monument which shall endure until the sun grows cold.
  49. Death consists, indeed, in a repeated process of unrobing, or unsheathing. The immortal part of man shakes off from itself, one after the other, its outer casings, and – as the snake from its skin, the butterfly from its chrysalis – emerges from one after another, passing into a higher state of consciousness.
  50. Death is a companion for all of us, whether we acknowledge it or not, whether we’re aware of it or not, and it’s not necessarily a terrible thing.
  51. Death is a distant rumor to the young.
  52. Death is a door. When we close our eyes in this life, we will open our eyes to Jesus.
  53. Death is a fearful thing.
  54. Death is an art, you know.
  55. Death is caused by swallowing small amounts of saliva over a long period of time.
  56. Death is easier than a wretched life; and better never to have born than to live and fare badly.
  57. Death is no more than passing from one room into another. But there’s a difference for me, you know. Because in that other room I shall be able to see.
  58. Death is not the end. There remains the litigation over the estate.
  59. Death is really a great blessing for humanity, without it there could be no real progress. People who lived for ever would not only hamper and discourage the young, but they would themselves lack sufficient stimulus to be creative.
  60. Death is softer by far than tyranny.
  61. Death is the easiest of all things after it, and the hardest of all things before it.
  62. Death is the final journey.
  63. Death is the ugly fact which Nature has to hide, and she hides it well.
  64. Death makes angels of us all and gives us wings where we had shoulders smooth as ravens claws.
  65. Death means change our clothes. Clothes become old, then time to come change. So this body become old, and then time come, take young body.
  66. Death most resembles a prophet who is without honor in his own land or a poet who is a stranger among his people.
  67. Death showed up in my life very early on, so I’m aware of it. If you look at most of the things I write there’s a sort of contemplation of mortality – although ‘True Blood’ doesn’t fall into that. Even though there’s such a ridiculously high body count!
  68. Death to me means nothing as long as I can die fast.
  69. Death wasn’t part of God’s original plan for humanity, and the Bible calls death an enemy – the last enemy to be destroyed.
  70. Debating clubs among boys are very useful, not only as affording pleasant meetings and interesting discussions, but also as serving for training grounds for developing the knowledge and the qualities that are needed in public life.
  71. Debs is greater than Lincoln. Debs is the spokesman of the great struggling working class of all races, nationalities, creeds, sexes.
  72. Debt, n. An ingenious substitute for the chain and whip of the slavedriver.
  73. Debt, we’ve learned, is the match that lights the fire of every crisis. Every crisis has its own set of villains – pick your favorite: bankers, regulators, central bankers, politicians, overzealous consumers, credit rating agencies – but all require one similar ingredient to create a true crisis: too much leverage.
  74. Decadence is a difficult word to use since it has become little more than a term of abuse applied by critics to anything they do not yet understand or which seems to differ from their moral concepts.
  75. Decay is quiet but ghastly, explosion is dramatic and dreadful. There’s not much to choose between the two of them in reality, and most of our lives have sufficient of both.
  76. Deceiving others. That is what the world calls a romance.
  77. Decide that you want it more than you are afraid of it.
  78. Decisions are made by those who show up.
  79. Decisiveness is a characteristic of high-performing men and women. Almost any decision is better than no decision at all.
  80. Declaring a language has no effect on SEO as search engines can detect a website’s language.
  81. Decorate your home. It gives the illusion that your life is more interesting than it really is.
  82. Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.
  83. Deep–linking allows:
  84. Deep walkability describes a city that is built in such a way that you can move from one area to another on foot, on bicycle, on transit and have an experience that remains a pleasant one, that you feel you are welcome not just in the neighborhood but moving between neighborhoods.
  85. Defending Congressional authority should not be a partisan issue.
  86. Defending peace is the duty of all.
  87. Defense is superior to opulence.
  88. Defined in psychological terms, a fanatic is a man who consciously over-compensates a secret doubt.
  89. Definition of a classic: a book everyone is assumed to have read and often thinks they have.
  90. Definition, rationality, and structure are ways of seeing, but they become prisons when they blank out other ways of seeing.
  91. Degree actually came to me and asked me if I wanted to be a part of their campaign, and I thought it was just really exciting and important, obviously to my fans, and growing up I had tons of OMG moments. I get to share my own moments through video blogs.
  92. Delay is preferable to error.
  93. Deliberation, n.: The act of examining one’s bread to determine which side it is buttered on.
  94. Deliver me from writers who say the way they live doesn’t matter. I’m not sure a bad person can write a good book, If art doesn’t make us better, then what on earth is it for.
  95. Demagoguery sells. And therefore radio stations will put it on. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t do something else and also make it sell. You know, when I look at an Ann Coulter or I look at a Rush or I look at a Sean Hannity, I think to myself, ‘What kind of self-image do you have?’
  96. Demagoguery sells. And therefore, radio stations will put it on. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t do something else and also make it sell.
  97. Democracies are poor breeding grounds for terrorism and war.
  98. Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word, equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude.
  99. Democracy arises out of the notion that those who are equal in any respect are equal in all respects; because men are equally free, they claim to be absolutely equal.
  100. Democracy! Bah! When I hear that I reach for my feather boa!
  101. Democracy don’t rule the world, You’d better get that in your head; This world is ruled by violence, But I guess that’s better left unsaid.
  102. Democracy is a device that insures we shall be governed no better than we deserve.
  103. Democracy is never a thing done. Democracy is always something that a nation must be doing. What is necessary now is one thing and one thing only that democracy become again democracy in action, not democracy accomplished and piled up in goods and gold.
  104. Democracy is the process by which people choose the man who’ll get the blame.
  105. Democracy is when the indigent, and not the men of property, are the rulers.
  106. Democracy is when the people keep a government in check.
  107. Democracy is worth dying for, because it’s the most deeply honorable form of government ever devised by man.
  108. Democracy means simply the bludgeoning of the people by the people for the people.
  109. Democracy no longer means what it was meant to. It has been taken back into the workshop. Each of its institutions has been hollowed out, and it has been returned to us as a vehicle for the free market, of the corporations. For the corporations, by the corporations.
  110. Democracy shows not only its power in reforming governments, but in regenerating a race of men and this is the greatest blessing of free governments.
  111. Democracy substitutes election by the incompetent many for appointment by the corrupt few.
  112. Democratic socialism means, that in a democratic, civilized society, the wealthiest people and the largest corporations must pay their fair share of taxes.
  113. Democratic socialism means that our government does everything it can to create a full employment economy.
  114. Democratic socialism means that we must create an economy that works for all, not just the very wealthy.
  115. Democratic socialism means that we must reform a political system that is corrupt, that we must create an economy that works for all, not just the very wealthy.
  116. Democratic societies can no longer give religious fanatics a free hand to abuse and murder non believers. Such action betrays contempt for the basic human rights which animate any democracy with meaning.
  117. Democrats always assure us that deterrence will work, but when the time comes to deter, they’re against it.
  118. Democrats couldn’t care less if people in Indiana hate them. But if Europeans curl their lips, liberals can’t look at themselves in the mirror.
  119. Demography is destiny.
  120. Demonstrations must be dignified and nonviolent, as the overwhelming protests in Ferguson and Staten Island have been. Do not confuse anarchists who don’t want the system to work and thugs who want to exploit a situation with the majority who from day one have operated with impeccable nonviolence and clear goals.
  121. Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt.
  122. Denmark is a small, homogenous nation of about 5.5 million people. The United States is a melting pot of more than 315 million people. No question about it, Denmark and the United States are very different countries.
  123. Depend upon it there comes a time when for every addition of knowledge you forget something that you knew before. It is of the highest importance, therefore, not to have useless facts elbowing out the useful ones.
  124. Dependence begets subservience and venality, suffocates the germ of virtue, and prepares fit tools for the designs of ambition.
  125. Depending on the story that you’re telling, you can be relatable to everybody or nobody. I try and tell everybody’s story.
  126. Depending on what day of the week it is and what time of the month it is, I’m a good friend or not a good friend. I’m more or less a good mom or not a good mom, more or less a good mate or not a good mate. That’s just life, whether or not you’re public.
  127. Depending on what happens with my directing career, I don’t think I’ll stop writing, even if I crash and burn in movies and TV. I’ll go back to plays. Even if I crash and burn there, I’ll write a novel. That’s the great thing about writing is that you don’t have to wait for people to give you permission to do it.
  128. Depending on what state you live in, you may only have right-wing talk radio and FOX or CBN with MSNBC three hundred channels down the dial.
  129. Depending on where I am in the process, sometimes I have a page count and sometimes I don’t. Sometimes I have an hour count; sometimes I’m just happy to string a few words together. I do keep pretty rigorous hours, because otherwise you never get anything done.
  130. Depending upon my activities, I sleep between five and ten hours every night. I sleep in an extra-wide single bed, and I use only one heavy down comforter over me, summer or winter. I have never been able to wear pajamas or creepy nightgowns; they disturb my sleep.
  131. Depression is anger without motivation, it’s like having an empty beer bottle with no one to throw it at.
  132. Depression is something that doesn’t just go away. It’s just… there and you deal with it. It’s like… malaria or something. Maybe it won’t be cured, but you’ve got to take the medication you’re prescribed, and you stay out of situations that are going to trigger it.
  133. Depression runs in my family on both sides, and I have to be wary.
  134. Deprived of meaningful work, men and women lose their reason for existence; they go stark, raving mad.
  135. Design is a funny word. Some people think design means how it looks. But of course, if you dig deeper, it’s really how it works.
  136. Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.
  137. Design is the fundamental soul of a man-made creation that ends up expressing itself in successive outer layers of the product or service. The iMac is not just the color or translucence or the shape of the shell. The essence of the iMac is to be the finest possible consumer computer in which each element plays together.
  138. Design my own line? No, I just like the culture.
  139. Designers want me to dress like Spring, in billowing things. I don’t feel like Spring. I feel like a warm red Autumn.
  140. Designing a product and understanding how it filters through into the market and into the rest of the company is very important to me.
  141. Designing is my hobby. If I didn’t do what I do for a living – at some point when I don’t do this for a living – I’ll probably just do design work. I love finding really special pieces of furniture.
  142. Desire and force between them are responsible for all our actions; desire causes our voluntary acts, force our involuntary.
  143. Desire of having is the sin of covetousness.
  144. Despair has its own calms.
  145. Despair is a narcotic. It lulls the mind into indifference.
  146. Despair is the conclusion of fools.
  147. Desperation is sometimes as powerful an inspirer as genius.
  148. Despite being in showbiz, I have a very real approach to my life. It plays off with my social life.
  149. Despite differences of faith or even the occasional collisions between them, Egypt is united.
  150. Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart.
  151. Despite its flaws, Marxism still seems to explain the material world better than anything else.
  152. Despite the constant clamor for attention from the modern world, I do believe we need to procure a psychological space for ourselves. I apparently know some people who try to achieve this by logging off or going without their Twitter or Facebook for a limited period.
  153. Despite the fact that he has run the most incompetent administration in history, President Obama remains a solid bet for re-election in 2012. Obama’s frontrunner status springs from two crucial facts: first, by overexposing himself in the public eye, he has made himself larger than life; second, the Republican field is pathetically weak.
  154. Despite the fact that in America we incarcerate more juveniles for life terms than in any other country in the world, the truth is that the vast majority of youth offenders will one day be released. The question is simple and stark. Do we want to help them change or do we want to help them become even more violent and dangerous?
  155. Despite widely differing perspectives and agendas, there seems to be a remarkable global consensus that has built up over a fairly short period of time that climate change and ecology is one of the truly defining issues for humanity.
  156. Destiny: A tyrant’s authority for crime and a fool’s excuse for failure.
  157. Destiny has a lot to do with it, but so do you. You have to persevere, you have to insist.
  158. Destiny waits alike for the free man as well as for him enslaved by another’s might.
  159. Destroy the seed of evil, or it will grow up to your ruin.
  160. Destroying rainforest for economic gain is like burning a Renaissance painting to cook a meal.
  161. Determine never to be idle. No person will have occasion to complain of the want of time who never loses any. It is wonderful how much may be done if we are always doing.
  162. Determining how many asbestos suits have been filed or how much companies have spent to resolve them is difficult. Cases are filed in state and federal courts, and many companies do not disclose their spending on settlements.
  163. Detroit was a bad situation for me.
  164. Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.
  165. Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation.
  166. Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.
  167. Developing nations want to become developed nations.
  168. Developmental scientists like me explore the basic science of learning by designing controlled experiments.
  169. Devout believers are safeguarded in a high degree against the risk of certain neurotic illnesses; their acceptance of the universal neurosis spares them the task of constructing a personal one.
  170. Dialogue should simply be a sound among other sounds, just something that comes out of the mouths of people whose eyes tell the story in visual terms.
  171. Diana Krall I met in, I think it was Canada. She’s a lovely lady. Her husband, Elvis Costello, is a great star.
  172. Diana Ross is a big inspiration to all of us. We all grew up watching everything about her – her mike placement, her grace, her style and her class.
  173. Diane Keaton, I’ve worked with her as a director, and I think she’s a really intelligent woman. I like the fact that the things that make her feel beautiful are more than just her face; it’s who she is, and I live by that same theory. There are things I want to achieve in my life intellectually that make me feel beautiful.
  174. Diane Keaton was a big role model for me.
  175. Dick Cheney and Bush’s rise to power were built on tons of money from corporations and a dulled press.
  176. Dickens is a very underrated writer at the moment. Everyone in his time admired him but I think right now he’s not spoken of enough.
  177. Dictators free themselves, but they enslave the people.
  178. Did anyone in the White House or the N.S.A or the C.I.A. consider flying to Hong Kong and treating Mr. Snowden like a human being, offering him a chance to testify before Congress and a fair trial?
  179. Did God create man, or did man create God? Either way, the decision needs to be reviewed.
  180. Did I collect baseball cards? I’ve got 10 books full of plastic in my mother’s house. All the Upper Decks, the Fleers, the Fleer Ultras. My grandfather brought me to the trade shows. I collected Marvel cards, too.
  181. Did I have rough days? Days I didn’t want to train? Days I thought my career would never get back off the ground and possibly be over? Absolutely.
  182. Did you ever notice that the first piece of luggage on the carousel never belongs to anyone?
  183. Did you ever see the customers in health – food stores? They are pale, skinny people who look half – dead. In a steak house, you see robust, ruddy people. They’re dying, of course, but they look terrific.
  184. Did you ever stop to think, and forget to start again?
  185. Did you happen to catch the film I did between ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Kong?’ It was a nice little Jennifer Garner comedy, ’13 Going on 30,’ and I play her boss. In my big scene, I get to moonwalk – pretty well, I thought – to Michael Jackson.
  186. Did you hear the one about the elderly Jew on his deathbed who sent for a priest, after declaring to his astonished relatives that ‘I want to convert.’ Asked why he would become a Catholic, after living all his life as a Jew, he answered: ‘Better one of them should die than one of us.’
  187. Did you know I started out as a stand-up comic? People don’t believe me when I tell them. That’s how I saw myself, in comedy.
  188. Die, v.: To stop sinning suddenly.
  189. Dietary fat, whether saturated or not, is not a cause of obesity, heart disease or any other chronic disease of civilization.
  190. Difference of opinion is advantageous in religion. The several sects perform the office of a Censor – over each other.
  191. Different identity groups hold specific levels of power over others when their battles play out in the media. To wit: Black beats white. Gay beats white. Black beats gay.
  192. Different men seek after happiness in different ways and by different means, and so make for themselves different modes of life and forms of government.
  193. Difficult times often bring out the best in people.
  194. Difficulties are things that show a person what they are.
  195. Difficulties mastered are opportunities won.
  196. Digital reading will completely take over. It’s lightweight and it’s fantastic for sharing. Over time it will take over.
  197. Digital technology has several features that can make it much easier for teachers to pay special attention to all their students.
  198. Digital video is so beautiful. It’s lightweight, modern, and it’s only getting better. It’s put film into the La Brea Tar Pits.
  199. Dignify and glorify common labor. It is at the bottom of life that we must begin, not at the top.
  200. Dignity, and even holiness too, sometimes, are more questions of coat and waistcoat than some people imagine.
  201. Dignity does not consist in possessing honors, but in deserving them.
  202. Diligence is the mother of good fortune.
  203. Diligence is the mother of good luck.
  204. Diners are upset that restaurants aren’t honoring reservations, and a lot of restaurants help bring this on by overbooking.
  205. Dinner ‘conversation’ at the Cohens’ meant my sister, mom, and I relaying in brutal detail the day’s events in a state of amplified hysteria, while my father listened to his own smooth jazz station in his head.
  206. Dione Lucas has been obscured by larger-than-life personalities like Julia Child, but she had it going on. She is like the horse that came in second place, whose name we can’t remember. It takes more than just one horse to make a race.
  207. Diplomacy is really far less important than the stock movements within Russia.
  208. Dire Straits is a great band. Someone tells you they like ‘Brothers in Arms’ and immediately you know they’re a stupid annoying git.
  209. Directing can be very lonely and quite intimidating.
  210. Directing film is the hardest thing I have ever done.
  211. Directing, I get all kinds of inspiration. It’s working with people. It’s a lot more fun.
  212. Directing is physically exciting because there’s a ticking clock, you’re working with people, it’s very social, it’s very enjoyable.
  213. Directing non-actors is difficult. Directing actors in a foreign language is even more difficult. Directing non-actors in a language that you yourself don’t understand is the craziest thing you can possibly think of.
  214. ‘Dirtbag’ is just the term we use, like a ‘gnarly dude’ in surfing. Within the climbing culture, it means being a committed lifer: someone who has embraced a minimalist ethic in order to rock climb. It basically means you’re a homeless person by choice.
  215. Disagreement is something normal.
  216. Disagreements are one of the fundamental positive aspects of science.
  217. Disarmament, with mutual honor and confidence, is a continuing imperative.
  218. Discontent, blaming, complaining, self-pity cannot serve as a foundation for a good future, no matter how much effort you make.
  219. Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. As a peacemaker the lawyer has superior opportunity of being a good man. There will still be business enough.
  220. Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen, and thinking what nobody has thought.
  221. Discovery is seeing what everybody else has seen, and thinking what nobody else has thought.
  222. Discretion of speech is more than eloquence, and to speak agreeably to him with whom we deal is more than to speak in good words, or in good order.
  223. Discrimination has a lot of layers that make it tough for minorities to get a leg up.
  224. Discrimination is a hellhound that gnaws at Negroes in every waking moment of their lives to remind them that the lie of their inferiority is accepted as truth in the society dominating them.
  225. Disgracefully, the arts have too often borne the brunt of short-sighted cuts to educational budgets.
  226. Disney has the best casting. If he doesn’t like an actor he just tears him up.
  227. Disneyland is a show.
  228. Disneyland is a work of love. We didn’t go into Disneyland just with the idea of making money.
  229. Disneyland is the star, everything else is in the supporting role.
  230. Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world.
  231. Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.
  232. Disparity is Australia’s worst social problem. Thousands of lives are slowly being crushed, while billions are wasted on thousands of little initiatives trying to ‘close the gap.’
  233. Dispassionate objectivity is itself a passion, for the real and for the truth.
  234. Display inventory on the Display Network is published by AdSense or:
  235. Dissidents can’t be dissidents forever; we are dissidents because we don’t want to be dissidents.
  236. Distance makes the heart grow fonder.
  237. Distrust and caution are the parents of security.
  238. Distrust of government isn’t baseless cynicism. It’s realism.
  239. Disunion by force is treason.
  240. ‘Diversity’ is like, ‘Ugh, I have to do diversity.’ I recognize and celebrate what it is, but that word, to me, is a disconnect.
  241. Diversity is not one in the room. Diversity is not two in the room. Diversity is not three in the room. True diversity is half the room.
  242. Diversity is such an interesting word. I feel like when people hear the word ‘diversity,’ they think that it means only people of color, when in reality, diversity is all-inclusive; it means everyone.
  243. Divorce: a resumption of diplomatic relations and rectification of boundaries.
  244. Divorce is horrible. I wouldn’t wish that on my worst enemy. I don’t think it’s anything that’s ever completely resolved.
  245. DMs are a lot like email – and should have the same privacy protections as a mailed letter.
  246. DMX was just one of the figures that I thought no one could ever be better than. I used to look up to him so much. The bikes, the dogs, that’s where I come from.
  247. Do all things with love.
  248. Do for this life as if you live forever, do for the afterlife as if you die tomorrow.
  249. Do good to your friends to keep them, to your enemies to win them.
  250. Do I appreciate the idea of jealousy, revenge and all these so-called dark qualities? Yes. Do I write these songs in order to engage in some public war with someone? No.
  251. Do I believe, for example, that by using magic I could fly? No. How would you get around gravity? Impossible. Do I believe that I might be able to project my consciousness into a very, very vivid simulation of flying? Yeah. Yes, I’ve done that. Yes, that works.
  252. Do I believe in plastic surgery? Yes, if something is wrong and you can modify it. For certain people, it’s right.
  253. Do I consider myself sexy? It all depends on the way I’m feeling. When I’m happy inside, that’s when I feel most sexy.
  254. Do I feel any pressure as the most decorated Winter Olympian in American history? None at all. The only pressures that I know I face are those of how to pay it forward: How can I continually make a positive impact in people’s lives, help others achieve their dreams, create their own Olympic mindset, creating champions within themselves?
  255. Do I live as carelessly and worldly as unbelievers while professing to be a follower of Jesus? If so, I am exposing Christianity to ridicule and leading people to speak evil of the holy name by which I am called.
  256. Do I need my number retired throughout the course of the league to acknowledge what I’ve done? No.
  257. Do I not destroy my enemies when I make them my friends?
  258. Do I really need to prove anything to anybody? I don’t feel that I have to prove anything. The only thing that I have to prove is to myself, that I have value.
  259. Do I think all contemporary Christian music is good? No.
  260. Do I think faith will be an important part of being a good president? Yes, I do.
  261. Do I think Vince McMahon was looking at my matches in Japan going, ‘We need him?’ No. He wasn’t. He’s too busy. There’s no way. But somebody may have been looking and going, ‘All right, I like this guy. Let’s give him a shot.’
  262. Do It Under the Influence Yourself! That’s what we’re shooting for! Get drunk and make your dreams come true.
  263. Do not allow watching food to replace making food.
  264. Do not be too hard, lest you be broken; do not be too soft, lest you be squeezed.
  265. Do not be too moral. You may cheat yourself out of much life so.
  266. Do not be very upright in your dealings for you would see by going to the forest that straight trees are cut down while crooked ones are left standing.
  267. Do not bite at the bait of pleasure, till you know there is no hook beneath it.
  268. Do not consider painful what is good for you.
  269. Do not consider that to be wealth which is hoarded away, for how is it better than sand gathered from the nearest heap? Nor that which comes in from men who groan at their taxes: for the gold that is wrung from tears is of base alloy and black.
  270. Do not count your chickens before they are hatched.
  271. Do not deceive or be faithless even with your enemy.
  272. Do not do unto others as you expect they should do unto you. Their tastes may not be the same.
  273. Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.
  274. Do not ever say that the desire to ‘do good’ by force is a good motive. Neither power-lust nor stupidity are good motives.
  275. Do not fear mistakes. You will know failure. Continue to reach out.
  276. Do not fear to be eccentric in opinion, for every opinion now accepted was once eccentric.
  277. Do not feel sorry for me if I am gone.
  278. Do not follow vain desires; for verily he who prospers is preserved from lust, greed and anger.
  279. Do not get elated at any victory, for all such victory is subject to the will of God.
  280. Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
  281. Do not hire a man who does your work for money, but him who does it for love of it.
  282. Do not impose on others what you yourself do not desire.
  283. Do not laugh much or often or unrestrainedly.
  284. Do not let spacious plans for a new world divert your energies from saving what is left of the old.
  285. Do not let Sunday be taken from you. If your soul has no Sunday, it becomes an orphan.
  286. Do not let where you come from define you, but never forget the values you learned from your close community.
  287. Do not look down upon any Muslim, for even the most inferior believer is great in the eyes of God.
  288. Do not look for approval except for the consciousness of doing your best.
  289. Do not meet or overtake a patient who is moving about in order to speak to him or to give him any message or letter. You might just as well give him a box on the ear. I have seen a patient fall flat on the ground who was standing when his nurse came into the room.
  290. Do not overrate what you have received, nor envy others. He who envies others does not obtain peace of mind.
  291. Do not plan for ventures before finishing what’s at hand.
  292. Do not put such unlimited power into the hands of husbands. Remember all men would be tyrants if they could.
  293. Do not reveal what you have thought upon doing, but by wise council keep it secret being determined to carry it into execution.
  294. Do not seek the because – in love there is no because, no reason, no explanation, no solutions.
  295. Do not seek to bring things to pass in accordance with your wishes, but wish for them as they are, and you will find them.
  296. Do not share the knowledge with which you have been blessed with everyone in general, as you do with some people in particular; and know that there are some men in whom Allah, may He be glorified, has placed hidden secrets, which they are forbidden to reveal.
  297. Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive.
  298. Do not tell fish stories where the people know you; but particularly, don’t tell them where they know the fish.
  299. Do not tell secrets to those whose faith and silence you have not already tested.
  300. Do not trouble yourself much to get new things, whether clothes or friends… Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts.
  301. Do not trust anybody but yourself. If people want to help you, fine. Put it on paper and understand exactly what every word says.
  302. Do not try to live forever. You will not succeed.
  303. Do not try to live your children’s lives out of your own frustrations.
  304. Do not waste your time on Social Questions. What is the matter with the poor is Poverty; what is the matter with the rich is Uselessness.
  305. Do not worry about your difficulties in Mathematics. I can assure you mine are still greater.
  306. Do something for somebody everyday for which you do not get paid.
  307. Do something wonderful, people may imitate it.
  308. Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.
  309. Do the elected officials in Washington stand with ordinary Americans – working families, children, the elderly, the poor – or will the extraordinary power of billionaire campaign contributors and Big Money prevail? The American people, by the millions, must send Congress the answer to that question.
  310. Do the hard jobs first. The easy jobs will take care of themselves.
  311. ‘Do the Right Thing’ has been a big influence on me. I saw it when it first came out in 1989. I was about 18, and it blew me away on many levels – I had never seen anything like it before.
  312. Do the right thing. It will gratify some people and astonish the rest.
  313. Do the thing we fear, and death of fear is certain.
  314. Do the thing you fear most and the death of fear is certain.
  315. Do the thing you fear to do and keep on doing it… that is the quickest and surest way ever yet discovered to conquer fear.
  316. Do we not realize that self respect comes with self reliance?
  317. Do we recognize the platform that Indian cinema has been given? Of course. And typically India of us, we gracefully acknowledge our host’s grace and we thank you for celebrating us and our cinema.
  318. Do what nobody else can do for you. Omit to do anything else.
  319. Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.
  320. Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.
  321. Do what you feel in your heart to be right- for you’ll be criticized anyway. You’ll be damned if you do, and damned if you don’t.
  322. Do what you love. Know your own bone; gnaw at it, bury it, unearth it, and gnaw it still.
  323. Do whatever you will, but first be such as are able to will.
  324. Do you have to be like a second-grade dropout to be an umpire? Did you go to school until you were 8 years old? I think you quit school before you were 10. Stay in school kids or you’ll end up being an umpire.
  325. Do you know how many companies have wanted me to do an energy drink for them because I named my book ‘Crush It!’? It might be fun one day, but right now I think it would undermine the personal brand I’ve built.
  326. Do you know I used to pride myself on the fact that I’d never booked a show in my life, but that I’d played so many because I’d been invited?
  327. Do you know the difference between a beautiful woman and a charming one? A beauty is a woman you notice, a charmer is one who notices you.
  328. Do you know the phrase, ‘The word ‘water’ will not wet you?’ It’s one thing to write down an idea and another thing entirely to execute it.
  329. Do you know what you call those who use towels and never wash them, eat meals and never do the dishes, sit in rooms they never clean, and are entertained till they drop? If you have just answered, ‘A house guest,’ you’re wrong because I have just described my kids.
  330. Do you know who takes weekday shuttle flights between Washington and New York? People who think they are too important for the train, let alone the bus.
  331. Do you mind if I sit back a little? Because your breath is very bad.
  332. Do you not realize that the love the Father bestowed on the perfect Christ He now bestows on you?
  333. Do you realize the responsibility I carry? I’m the only person standing between Richard Nixon and the White House.
  334. Do you really think it is weakness that yields to temptation? I tell you that there are terrible temptations which it requires strength, strength and courage to yield to.
  335. ‘Do you spell it with a ‘V’ or a ‘W’?’ inquired the judge. ‘That depends upon the taste and fancy of the speller, my Lord’.
  336. Do you think that the people of South Africa, or anywhere on the continent of Africa, or India, or Pakistan are longing to be kicked around all over again?
  337. Do you want to know who you are? Don’t ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.
  338. Do you wish people to think well of you? Don’t speak well of yourself.
  339. Do your damnedest in an ostentatious manner all the time.
  340. Do your duty and a little more and the future will take care of itself.
  341. Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.
  342. Do your work with your whole heart, and you will succeed – there’s so little competition.
  343. Doctors are just the same as lawyers; the only difference is that lawyers merely rob you, whereas doctors rob you and kill you too.
  344. Doctors are the same as lawyers; the only difference is that lawyers merely rob you, whereas doctors rob you and kill you too.
  345. Doctors quickly learn that how much they make has little to do with how good they are. It largely depends on how they handle the business side of their practice.
  346. Dodging and burning are steps to take care of mistakes God made in establishing tonal relationships.
  347. Does a one legged duck swim in a circle.
  348. Does an architecture to assuage the spirit have a place?
  349. Does anybody really think that they didn’t get what they had because they didn’t have the talent or the strength or the endurance or the commitment?
  350. Does it follow that the house has nothing in common with art and is architecture not to be included in the arts? Only a very small part of architecture belongs to art: the tomb and the monument. Everything else that fulfils a function is to be excluded from the domain of art.
  351. Does there, I wonder, exist a being who has read all, or approximately all, that the person of average culture is supposed to have read, and that not to have read is a social sin? If such a being does exist, surely he is an old, a very old man.
  352. Does this sample follow best practices for thank you pages? “Thank you. We will send an email to you soon.”
  353. Does wisdom perhaps appear on the earth as a raven which is inspired by the smell of carrion?
  354. “Dofollow” is a value that can be assigned to the rel attribute of an HTML element to instruct that the hyperlink should not influence the link target’s ranking in the search engine’s index
  355. Dog – a kind of additional or subsidiary Deity designed to catch the overflow and surplus of the world’s worship.
  356. Dogmas are collective conceptual prisons. And the strange thing is that people love their prison cells because they give them a sense of security and a false sense of ‘I know.’ Nothing has inflicted more suffering on humanity than its dogmas.
  357. Dogmatism and skepticism are both, in a sense, absolute philosophies; one is certain of knowing, the other of not knowing. What philosophy should dissipate is certainty, whether of knowledge or ignorance.
  358. Dogs and philosophers do the greatest good and get the fewest rewards.
  359. Dogs are better than human beings because they know but do not tell.
  360. Dogs are wise. They crawl away into a quiet corner and lick their wounds and do not rejoin the world until they are whole once more.
  361. Dogs never bite me – just humans.
  362. Doing exercise without monitoring yourself will be rare in the future of wearable technology.
  363. Doing graphic novels is cool! It’s fun! You get to write something, and then see it visually page by page, panel by panel, working with the artist, you get to see it fleshed out.
  364. Doing Saturday Night Live definitely affects my relationship with my girlfriend and with my family, because you feel so much pressure to do well that night. But I think everyone’s grown to accept that and so they give me my space at the show.
  365. Doing Shakespeare once is not fair to the play. I have been in Shakespeare plays when it’s not until the last two or three performances when I even understand certain things. In the old days star actors would travel the world doing the same parts over and over again.
  366. Doing something because God has said to do it does not make a person moral: it merely tells us that person is a prudential believer, akin to the person who obeys the command of an all-powerful secular king.
  367. Doing these parts is not fun. It’s challenging, but no fun. It’s creepy. I would rather play the guy that throws the touchdown pass and gets carried off the field.
  368. Doing this for so long, I realize that the media – you have a boss. And your boss wants you to provide the best material that you can. And he might put pressure on you to do it a way that you feel is unconstitutional. You might not like it. But you still gotta feed your family.
  369. Doing well is the result of doing good. That’s what capitalism is all about.
  370. Dollywood is a family park, and all families are welcome. We do have a policy about profanity or controversial messages on clothing or signs. It is to protect the individual wearing or carrying them, as well as to keep down fights or problems by those opposed to it at the park.
  371. Domestic policy can only defeat us; foreign policy can kill us.
  372. Don Quixote’s misfortune is not his imagination, but Sancho Panza.
  373. Don Was is a friend of mine; we’ve done projects together over the years.
  374. Donald Trump, an oft-bankrupt make-believe mogul clown with a television show where he pretends to fire America’s saddest former celebrities, is one of the Republican Party’s most prominent national figures because he is on TV and people have heard of him.
  375. Donna sells t–shirts featuring vintage album covers. She wants people searching for unusual t–shirts to find her website, but she also thinks people interested in music might make a purchase. What campaign type would you recommend?
  376. Don’t accept your dog’s admiration as conclusive evidence that you are wonderful.
  377. Don’t aim for success. If you want it, just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally!
  378. Don’t assume your child is weak. If you, the parent, assume that they can’t take anymore, what kind of signal are you sending them?
  379. Don’t be afraid to challenge the pros, even in their own backyard.
  380. Don’t be afraid to give your best to what seemingly are small jobs. Every time you conquer one it makes you that much stronger. If you do the little jobs well, the big ones will tend to take care of themselves.
  381. Don’t be afraid to see what you see.
  382. Don’t be misled by those who claim God doesn’t exist, because He does.
  383. Don’t be seduced into thinking that that which does not make a profit is without value.
  384. Don’t be so hard on yourself. Make something simple a few times until you ‘master’ it and move on to the next thing. Take a cooking class! Buy a cookbook that specializes in foods or a cuisine you enjoy.
  385. Don’t be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment.
  386. Don’t believe your friends when they ask you to be honest with them. All they really want is to be maintained in the good opinion they have of themselves.
  387. Don’t bother people for help without first trying to solve the problem yourself.
  388. Don’t call me ‘sir; ‘King Jew’ will do fine.
  389. Don’t confuse fame with success. Madonna is one; Helen Keller is the other.
  390. Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.
  391. Don’t cut my throat, I may want to do that later myself.
  392. Don’t despair, not even over the fact that you don’t despair.
  393. Don’t drink in the hotel bar, that’s where I do my drinking.
  394. Don’t drive faster then your guardian angel can fly!
  395. Don’t dunk your nigiri in the soy sauce. Don’t mix your wasabi in the soy sauce. If the rice is good, complement your sushi chef on the rice.
  396. Don’t ever dare to take your college as a matter of course – because, like democracy and freedom, many people you’ll never know have broken their hearts to get it for you.
  397. Don’t ever doubt yourselves or waste a second of your life. It’s too short, and you’re too special.
  398. Don’t ever forget that a small group of thoughtful people can change the world, it’s the only thing that ever has.
  399. Don’t ever play yourself.
  400. Don’t expect Barton Biggs to be offering his market insights on ‘Bloomberg News’ anytime soon. His plumber, maybe.
  401. Don’t expect to build up the weak by pulling down the strong.
  402. Don’t fear change – embrace it.
  403. Don’t feed the monkeys! They like soul-food best!
  404. Don’t feel sorry for me.
  405. Don’t focus on negative things; focus on the positive, and you will flourish.
  406. Don’t force it, get a bigger hammer.
  407. Don’t gain the world and lose your soul; wisdom is better than silver or gold.
  408. Don’t get even, get mad.
  409. Don’t get old, if you can avoid it.
  410. Don’t get older just to get wiser. If you get older, you will be wiser, I believe that – if you dare. But get older because it’s fun!
  411. Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first.
  412. Don’t hate the player, hate the game.
  413. Don’t hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting; but never hit soft.
  414. Don’t interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties.
  415. Don’t join the book burners. Do not think you are going to conceal thoughts by concealing evidence that they ever existed.
  416. Don’t keep your good manners to the end another time, but begin with them.
  417. Don’t leave home without your sword – your intellect.
  418. Don’t let anybody make you think God chose America as His divine messianic force to be a sort of policeman of the whole world.
  419. Don’t let anyone make you believe the length of your skirt is a measure of your character.
  420. Don’t let anyone, or any rejection, keep you from what you want.
  421. Don’t let anyone tell you there’s only one way to write.
  422. Don’t let schooling interfere with your education.
  423. Don’t let the chains of the world keep you down. Cast them off, and be free to fly.
  424. Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use.
  425. Don’t let the incidents which take place in life bring you low. And certainly don’t whine. You can be brought low, that’s OK, but don’t be reduced by them. Just say, ‘That’s life.’
  426. Don’t let your ego get too close to your position, so that if your position gets shot down, your ego doesn’t go with it.
  427. Don’t let your special character and values, the secret that you know and no one else does, the truth – don’t let that get swallowed up by the great chewing complacency.
  428. Don’t lick Bell End.
  429. Don’t make anybody a homemade gift. Unless you’re really good, or it’s going to be really practical. If it’s a little thing you think is cute ’cause you made it, just forget it.
  430. Don’t make your living with cinema because Hollywood will take you, will eat you, will destroy you. This is the reality. You have a good picture, have success, you take the person and they destroy you.
  431. Don’t matter how much money you got, there’s only two kinds of people: there’s saved people and there’s lost people.
  432. Don’t minimize the importance of luck in determining life’s course.
  433. Don’t nobody wanna talk about or hear about somebody donating money to a charity. You wanna hear about what Bin Laden is doing and what you think is on his mind.
  434. Don’t part with your illusions. When they are gone, you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
  435. Don’t pay any attention to what they write about you. Just measure it in inches.
  436. Don’t piss in your own pool.
  437. Don’t reinvent the wheel, just realign it.
  438. Don’t rule out working with your hands. It does not preclude using your head.
  439. Don’t say Aretha is making a comeback, because I’ve never been away!
  440. Don’t say the old lady screamed. Bring her on and let her scream.
  441. Don’t settle for what life gives you; make life better and build something.
  442. Don’t sleep too much. If you sleep three hours less each night for a year, you will have an extra month and a half to succeed in.
  443. Don’t spend time beating on a wall, hoping to transform it into a door.
  444. Don’t swap horses in crossing a stream.
  445. Don’t sweat the petty things and don’t pet the sweaty things.
  446. Don’t take ‘no’ for an answer.
  447. Don’t talk about what you have done or what you are going to do.
  448. Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.
  449. Don’t tell me what you believe in. I’ll observe how you behave and I will make my own determination.
  450. Don’t tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results.
  451. Don’t think you are going to conceal thoughts by concealing evidence that they ever existed.
  452. Don’t throw stones at your neighbors if your own windows are glass.
  453. Don’t treat your heart like an action figure wrapped in plastic and never used. And don’t try to give me that nerd argument that your heart is a ‘Batman’ with a limited-edition silver bat-erang and therefore if it stays in its original packing it increases in value.
  454. Don’t try to guess what it is people want and give it to them. Don’t ask for a show of hands. Try your best to write what you like, what you think your friends would like and what you think your father would like and then cross your fingers… The most valuable thing you have is your own voice.
  455. Don’t underestimate the value of doing nothing, of just going along, listening to all the thing you can’t hear, and not bothering.
  456. Don’t use words too big for the subject. Don’t say ‘infinitely’ when you mean ‘very’; otherwise you’ll have no word left when you want to talk about something really infinite.
  457. Don’t wait around for other people to be happy for you. Any happiness you get you’ve got to make yourself.
  458. Don’t wait for the last judgment – it takes place every day.
  459. Don’t wait to be successful at some future point. Have a successful relationship with the present moment and be fully present in whatever you are doing. That is success.
  460. Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead. Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.
  461. Don’t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don’t walk behind me, I may not lead. There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved.
  462. Don’t we realise that the student of today is the executive of tomorrow?
  463. Don’t wish me happiness – I don’t expect to be happy it’s gotten beyond that, somehow. Wish me courage and strength and a sense of humor – I will need them all.
  464. Don’t work for recognition, but do work worthy of recognition.
  465. Don’t worry about a thing, ’cause every little thing gonna be all right.
  466. Don’t worry about the room being messy! Everything can’t be perfect – you have to let some things go, and it’s better to actually sit down on the floor with your child than spend time worrying about having a perfect house.
  467. Don’t worry about the title. Worry about what you’ve got to do today, tomorrow, the next day, and that title will be waiting for you.
  468. Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia.
  469. Don’t worry when you are not recognized, but strive to be worthy of recognition.
  470. Don’t you know this, that words are doctors to a diseased temperment?
  471. Doo-wop is the true music to me, man. Doo-wop was what nurtured me and grew me into who I am, and I guess even when I was in school, the teacher probably thought I had ADD or something every day, because I’d be beating on the desks, singing like the Flamingos or the Spaniels or Clyde McPhatter or somebody.
  472. DOS is ugly and interferes with users’ experience.
  473. Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.
  474. Doubt begins only at the last frontiers of what is possible.
  475. Doubt, indulged and cherished, is in danger of becoming denial; but if honest, and bent on thorough investigation, it may soon lead to full establishment of the truth.
  476. Doubt is a pain too lonely to know that faith is his twin brother.
  477. Doubt is the father of invention.
  478. Doubt, the essential preliminary of all improvement and discovery, must accompany the stages of man’s onward progress. The faculty of doubting and questioning, without which those of comparison and judgment would be useless, is itself a divine prerogative of the reason.
  479. Doubt thou the stars are fire, Doubt that the sun doth move. Doubt truth to be a liar, But never doubt I love.
  480. Doubts are like stains on a shirt. I like shirts with stains, because when I’m given a shirt that’s too clean, one that’s completely white, I immediately start having doubts.
  481. Down on your knees, and thank heaven, fasting, for a good man’s love.
  482. Down the road, I’ll probably have a kid or two or three. And there will probably be political events or spiritual things to comment on, and humor.
  483. Down with Dukes of Hazzard!
  484. Downhill track sports like luge are technology battles, as exciting as a NASCAR qualifying day.
  485. Dr. King used Gandhi’s commitment to non-violence and to passive resistance.
  486. Dr. King’s general principles are universal. But the things he confronted took place in another era.
  487. Drag your thoughts away from your troubles… by the ears, by the heels, or any other way you can manage it.
  488. Drama is life with the dull bits cut out.
  489. Drama usually has some sort of intense conflict.
  490. Draw a circle not a heart cause a heart can break but a circle goes on forever.
  491. ‘Drawn & Quarterly’ has always given me complete editorial control over my books and comics, so any decision about what to include or exclude from the book was my own.
  492. Dread of night. Dread of not-night.
  493. Dream in a pragmatic way.
  494. Dreaming about being an actress, is more exciting then being one.
  495. Dreaming is a phenomenon of purely individual consciousness, and consequently impossible to thoroughly deconstruct by a community of researchers. But dreaming matters.
  496. Dreams are necessary to life.
  497. Dreams are the guiding words of the soul. Why should I henceforth not love my dreams and not make their riddling images into objects of my daily consideration?
  498. Dreams are the touchstones of our character.
  499. Dreams are true while they last, and do we not live in dreams?
  500. Dreams have only one owner at a time. That’s why dreamers are lonely.
  501. Dreams pass into the reality of action. From the actions stems the dream again; and this interdependence produces the highest form of living.
  502. Drew is selling math textbooks and using cost-per-click (CPC) bidding for his campaign. What’s the final cost each time his ad is clicked?
  503. Drinking beer is easy. Trashing your hotel room is easy. But being a Christian, that’s a tough call. That’s rebellion.
  504. ‘Drive’ came to me because the casting director knew my manager and called and said, ‘You’ve always talked to me about Albert wanting to play the heavy. I think he should read this.’ My ears just perked up.
  505. Driving up the value of the advertising is a big commitment for Microsoft.
  506. Drones overall will be more impactful than I think people recognize, in positive ways to help society.
  507. Drugs are a bet with your mind.
  508. Drugs made me feel more normal.
  509. Drumming is a real part of my live show, and I like to do it because so many people aren’t expecting me to go and do it.
  510. Drunkenness is temporary suicide.
  511. Dublin core is the list of the core elements of a website.
  512. Dude, maybe not everyone loves ‘Glee.’ Me included. I watched 10 minutes and it wasn’t my thing.
  513. Dumbness comes from the fact that a child is born deaf and that it consequently never learns how to articulate, for it is by the medium of hearing that such instruction is acquired.
  514. During 65 years, I have walked the path of duty and discipline… And today, looking back at that long path of service, my soldier’s heart stirs and murmurs from deep within: Thank you. Thank you, my homeland.
  515. During a sales meeting, you use the Google Trends tool to show insights and link back to what the client said about hiring someone to create online campaigns for her toy store website. What is the purpose of doing this?
  516. During bad circumstances, which is the human inheritance, you must decide not to be reduced. You have your humanity, and you must not allow anything to reduce that. We are obliged to know we are global citizens. Disasters remind us we are world citizens, whether we like it or not.
  517. During events like the World Cup and the Olympics, I tend to get really wrapped up in my own experience to stay focused, but it’s like a bubble. I don’t see much outside my own perspective.
  518. During Hurricane Sandy, we expended billions and billions of dollars, literally. In the handling of the emergency and the construction and the aftermath, trying to get people to come back to the affected communities. So I’m very proud of what the state did.
  519. During Katherine Hepburn’s time when she was just coming into her own at 40.
  520. During my 2004 presidential campaign, I was fond of saying that it was high time for the Christian right to meet the right Christians.
  521. During my 40s, I thought I couldn’t wear red lipstick. I thought it was just too much and I couldn’t do it anymore. I don’t know why. But now, I’m going to wear red lipstick for as long as I want.
  522. During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet.
  523. During my teen years, I was real emotional. I could be really up or down.
  524. During my years of services in the government, I have spent a great deal of time studying and managing the spectrum of threats to our borders as well as the diverse ways in which those threats are moved across the border.
  525. During one of his uncannily well-timed impromptu visits to my restaurant, Union Square Cafe, Pat Cetta taught me how to manage people. Pat was the owner of a storied New York City steakhouse called Sparks, and by that time, he was an old pro at running a fine restaurant.
  526. During our travels, the Indians entertained me well; and their affection for me was so great, that they utterly refused to leave me there with the others, although the Governor offered them one hundred pounds sterling for me, on purpose to give me a parole to go home.
  527. During the 1942 Quit India Movement, I was a student at Gwalior High School. I was arrested by the British for participating in the movement. My parents then sent me off to my village where, again, I jumped into the movement.
  528. During the 1960s, I think, people forgot what emotions were supposed to be. And I don’t think they’ve ever remembered.
  529. During the Cold War, America undertook serious military cuts only once: after the election of Richard Nixon, during the Vietnam War. The result: Vietnam fell to the Communists, the Russians moved into Afghanistan, and American influence around the globe waned dramatically.
  530. During the course of 1989, more and more East Germans lost their fears of the state’s repression and chicanery and went out on the streets. There was no turning back then. It is thanks to their courage the Wall was opened.
  531. During the Great Depression, levels of crime actually dropped. During the 1920s, when life was free and easy, so was crime. During the 1930s, when the entire American economy fell into a government-owned alligator moat, crime was nearly non-existent. During the 1950s and 1960s, when the economy was excellent, crime rose again.
  532. During the periods in my marriage when I chose to stay home with my kids rather than work as an attorney, it caused me no end of anxiety. Despite the fact that I knew I was contributing to our family by caring for our children, I still felt that my worth was less because I wasn’t earning.
  533. During the second half of the twentieth century, I had the privilege of living through years of intensive erudition, and I realized that Canadians, located in the northernmost region of this hemisphere, were always respectful towards our country.
  534. During Vietnam, I was in college, enjoying my student deferment. The government wisely felt that, in my case, military service was less important than completing my studies to prepare me for my chosen career: comedian.
  535. Dustin Hoffman was the greatest. He had so much information to give and he mesmerized me. He really feels for actors who are just starting out and remembers his early days like they were yesterday.
  536. Dustin wants to write a great text ad that will get people’s attention when they’re searching on Google. What should he do to generate the most clicks?
  537. Dusting is a good example of the futility of trying to put things right. As soon as you dust, the fact of your next dusting has already been established.
  538. Duty cannot exist without faith.
  539. Duty, Honor, Country. Those three hallowed words reverently dictate what you ought to be, what you can be, what you will be.
  540. Duty is not collective; it is personal.
  541. Duty – that which sternly impels us in the direction of profit, along the line of desire.
  542. Dying is a wild night and a new road.
  543. Dying is easy, it’s living that scares me to death.
  544. Dying is the most embarrassing thing that can ever happen to you, because someone’s got to take care of all your details.
  545. Dynamic activity and deep rest of the mind are complementary to each other.
  546. Dynamic remarketing lets an advertiser:
  547. Dynamic search ads would be most helpful for:
  548. Dynamic serving serves different HTML for one URL depending on the user-agent.
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