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  1. Nadia manages a local gym and is running an ad to drive more free trial memberships. What could she include in her ad text?
  2. Naked dudes are inherently funny.
  3. Name the greatest of all inventors. Accident.
  4. Naming is nice. It took me days before I was able to speak a name for my first child (what if people did not like it?), and I suspect we gave her a secret, second name as well, to keep her safe.
  5. Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary Science University (NDVSU) Jabalpur Notifications
  6. Narrow your life down to this moment. Your life situation may be full of problems – most life situations are – but find out if you have a problem at this moment. Do you have a problem now?
  7. National Action Network, the group I founded, has affiliates or chapters in over 40 cities around the country.
  8. National character is only another name for the particular form which the littleness, perversity and baseness of mankind take in every country. Every nation mocks at other nations, and all are right.
  9. National security laws must protect national security. But they must also protect the public trust and preserve the ability of an informed electorate to hold its government to account.
  10. Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind.
  11. Nationality is the miracle of political independence; race is the principle of physical analogy.
  12. Nations consist of people. And with their effort, a nation can accomplish all it could ever want.
  13. NATO’s brutal military alliance has become the most perfidious instrument of repression known in the history of humankind.
  14. Natural abilities are like natural plants, that need pruning by study; and studies themselves do give forth directions too much at large, except they be bounded in by experience.
  15. Natural gas is hemispheric. I like to call it hemispheric in nature because it is a product that we can find in our neighborhoods.
  16. Natural history is not about producing fables.
  17. Naturally, everybody has certain things they wish they hadn’t done in life. They wish they hadn’t kicked their dog when they were ten or something.
  18. Naturally, my stories are about women – I’m a woman. I don’t know what the term is for men who write mostly about men. I’m not always sure what is meant by ‘feminist.’ In the beginning, I used to say, ‘Well, of course I’m a feminist.’ But if it means that I follow a kind of feminist theory, or know anything about it, then I’m not.
  19. Naturally, there are times when every woman likes to be flattered… to feel she is the most important thing in someone’s world. Only a man can paint this picture.
  20. Naturally, women are drawn to a man who understands the subtlety of emotions, and they know I’m a passionate man. But the reason I try to keep myself in shape is so I can sing better, not to look good.
  21. Nature always wears the colors of the spirit.
  22. Nature and books belong to the eyes that see them.
  23. Nature and human life are as various as our several constitutions. Who shall say what prospect life offers to another?
  24. Nature and nature’s laws lay hid in the night. God said, Let Newton be! and all was light!
  25. Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.
  26. Nature does nothing in vain.
  27. Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own; and from morning to night, as from the cradle to the grave, it is but a succession of changes so gentle and easy that we can scarcely mark their progress.
  28. Nature gives you the face you have at twenty; it is up to you to merit the face you have at fifty.
  29. Nature has no principles. She makes no distinction between good and evil.
  30. Nature hates calculators.
  31. Nature hath framed strange fellows in her time.
  32. Nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive and even spiritual satisfaction.
  33. Nature is a mutable cloud which is always and never the same.
  34. Nature is an infinite sphere of which the center is everywhere and the circumference nowhere.
  35. Nature is full of genius, full of the divinity; so that not a snowflake escapes its fashioning hand.
  36. Nature is indifferent to the survival of the human species, including Americans.
  37. Nature is my manifestation of God. I go to nature every day for inspiration in the day’s work. I follow in building the principles which nature has used in its domain.
  38. Nature is neutral.
  39. Nature is not human hearted.
  40. Nature is often hidden, sometimes overcome, seldom extinguished.
  41. Nature is our eldest mother; she will do no harm.
  42. Nature is relentless and unchangeable, and it is indifferent as to whether its hidden reasons and actions are understandable to man or not.
  43. Nature is so powerful, so strong. Capturing its essence is not easy – your work becomes a dance with light and the weather. It takes you to a place within yourself.
  44. Nature is the art of God.
  45. Nature is the incarnation of thought. The world is the mind precipitated.
  46. Nature isn’t positive in that way. It doesn’t aim itself at you. It’s not being unkind to you.
  47. Nature, like man, sometimes weeps from gladness.
  48. Nature, not content with denying him the ability to think, has endowed him with the ability to write.
  49. Nature puts no question and answers none which we mortals ask. She has long ago taken her resolution.
  50. Nature shows that with the growth of intelligence comes increased capacity for pain, and it is only with the highest degree of intelligence that suffering reaches its supreme point.
  51. Nature teaches us that tens of billions of light years may have passed, and life in all of its expressions has always been subjected to an incredible combination of matter and radiation.
  52. Nature, to be commanded, must be obeyed.
  53. Nature was here a series of wonders, and a fund of delight.
  54. Nature will bear the closest inspection. She invites us to lay our eye level with her smallest leaf, and take an insect view of its plain.
  55. Naval Station Mayport and Naval Air Station Jacksonville are the East Coast home for the MH-60Rs, and the nation’s P-8A fleet and Triton operations facility are based at Naval Air Station Jacksonville.
  56. Nay, be a Columbus to whole new continents and worlds within you, opening new channels, not of trade, but of thought.
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  58. Nearly 75,000 Demand Progress members have urged Congress to fix the Patriot Act.
  59. Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.
  60. Nearly all monster stories depend for their success on Jack killing the Giant, Beowulf or St. George slaying the Dragon, Harry Potter triumphing over the basilisk. That is their inner grammar, and the whole shape of the story leads towards it.
  61. Nearly all of the advances in structural and aesthetic innovation is coming from abroad.
  62. Nearly all the synth work on Heathen is mine and some of the piano.
  63. Nearly everything you do is of no importance, but it is important that you do it.
  64. Necessity is not an established fact, but an interpretation.
  65. Necessity is the mother of taking chances.
  66. Necessity never made a good bargain.
  67. Negative keywords can help advertisers refine the targeting of their ads, and potentially increase:
  68. Negative keywords can help advertisers refine the targeting of their ads by:
  69. Negative things, and they were all deliberate and I’m not going to say who they were but I know who they were and it was in the business, and that’s not a good sign.
  70. Negativity is the enemy of creativity.
  71. Negroes are in no mood to shoulder guns for democracy abroad while they are denied democracy here at home.
  72. Negroes must be free in order to be equal, and they must be equal in order to be free… Men cannot win freedom unless they win equality. They cannot win equality unless they win freedom.
  73. Neil Gaiman swooped into my life though another friend, Jason Webley, who knew we were fans of each other’s work and introduced us via email. Neil and I, like me and Ben, just hit it off instantly.
  74. Neil Young is my hero, and such a great example. You know what that guy has been doing for the past 40 years? Making music. That’s what that guy does. Sometimes you pay attention, sometimes you don’t. Sometimes he hands it to you, sometimes he keeps it to himself. He’s a good man with a beautiful family and wonderful life.
  75. Neither a borrower nor a lender be.
  76. Neither a life of anarchy nor one beneath a despot should you praise; to all that lies in the middle a god has given excellence.
  77. Neither a man nor a crowd nor a nation can be trusted to act humanely or to think sanely under the influence of a great fear.
  78. Neither a wise man nor a brave man lies down on the tracks of history to wait for the train of the future to run over him.
  79. Neither India nor Russia perceives a threat from the strength of the other. Each sees a benefit for itself in the increased political and economic strength of the other.
  80. Neither should a ship rely on one small anchor, nor should life rest on a single hope.
  81. Neither the Army nor the Navy is of any protection, or very little protection, against aerial raids.
  82. Neither the University of Michigan nor its law school uses a quota system.
  83. Nelson Mandela is awe inspiring – a person who really sacrificed for what he believed in. I feel truly humbled by him.
  84. Nero may have understood how to tune his cithern, but he disgraced his imperial office both by slackening and by tightening the strings.
  85. Net neutrality has been in place since the very beginning of the Internet.
  86. Net neutrality isn’t a government takeover of the Internet, as many of my Republican colleagues have alleged.
  87. Netanyahu is pressured easily, gets into a panic, and loses his senses… to run a country like Israel a leader needs to have reason and judgment and nerves of steel, two traits he does not have.
  88. Netscape was able to get the government working on its behalf.
  89. Networking is an essential part of building wealth.
  90. Neurosis is always a substitute for legitimate suffering.
  91. Never accept a drink from a urologist.
  92. Never allow a person to tell you no who doesn’t have the power to say yes.
  93. Never apologize for showing feeling. When you do so, you apologize for the truth.
  94. Never ask for small loans.
  95. Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark; professionals built the Titanic.
  96. Never be ashamed of what you feel. You have the right to feel any emotion that you want, and to do what makes you happy. That’s my life motto.
  97. Never be the only one, except, possibly, in your own home.
  98. Never bend your head. Always hold it high. Look the world straight in the eye.
  99. Never complain and never explain.
  100. Never confuse a single defeat with a final defeat.
  101. Never confuse motion with action.
  102. Never contract friendship with a man that is not better than thyself.
  103. Never count a tiger’s teeth before breakfast.
  104. Never deprive someone of hope; it might be all they have.
  105. Never despair, but if you do, work on in despair.
  106. Never do anything against conscience even if the state demands it.
  107. Never do anything yourself that others can do for you.
  108. Never do things others can do and will do if there are things others cannot do or will not do.
  109. Never Drink and drive, you might spill your beer.
  110. Never elated when someone’s oppressed, never dejected when another one’s blessed.
  111. Never envy a man his lady. Behind it all lays a living hell.
  112. Never, ever become a writer. It’s a nightmare.
  113. Never explain – your friends do not need it and your enemies will not believe you anyway.
  114. Never fight fair with a stranger, boy. You’ll never get out of the jungle that way.
  115. Never find fault with the absent.
  116. Never forget me, because if I thought you would, I’d never leave.
  117. Never forget that everything Hitler did in Germany was legal.
  118. Never forget that your tools were made by the lowest bidder.
  119. Never forget the three powerful resources you always have available to you: love, prayer, and forgiveness.
  120. Never forgive, never forget.
  121. Never fret for an only son, the idea of failure will never occur to him.
  122. Never get married in college; it’s hard to get a start if a prospective employer finds you’ve already made one mistake.
  123. Never get out of bed before noon.
  124. Never give a sword to a man who can’t dance.
  125. Never give an order that can’t be obeyed.
  126. Never give in – never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense.
  127. ‘Never give in’ was my mindset.
  128. Never give up; for even rivers someday wash dams away.
  129. Never give up on what you really want to do. The person with big dreams is more powerful than the one with all the facts.
  130. Never go on trips with anyone you do not love.
  131. Never go out to meet trouble. If you just sit still, nine cases out of ten, someone will intercept it before it reaches you.
  132. Never go to a doctor whose office plants have died.
  133. Never go to your high school reunion pregnant or they will think that is all you have done since you graduated.
  134. Never have more children than you have car windows.
  135. Never have we stolen the intelligences of other peoples. On the contrary, in Cuba we have trained tens of thousands of doctors and other top-level professionals, for free, in order to send them back to their own countries.
  136. ‘Never Have Your Dog Stuffed’ is really advice to myself, a reminder to myself not to avoid change or uncertainty, but to go with it, to surf into change.
  137. Never hold discussions with the monkey when the organ grinder is in the room.
  138. Never impose your language on people you wish to reach.
  139. Never in any case say I have lost such a thing, but I have returned it. Is your child dead? It is a return. Is your wife dead? It is a return. Are you deprived of your estate? Is not this also a return?
  140. Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.
  141. Never interrupt someone doing what you said couldn’t be done.
  142. Never leave a rhinestone unturned.
  143. Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do today.
  144. Never lend books, for no one ever returns them; the only books I have in my library are books that other folks have left me.
  145. Never lend your car to anyone to whom you have given birth.
  146. Never let your ego get so close to your position that when your position goes, your ego goes with it.
  147. Never let your persistence and passion turn into stubbornness and ignorance.
  148. Never look a gift horse in the mouth.
  149. Never look back unless you are planning to go that way.
  150. Never lose a holy curiosity.
  151. Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything beautiful, for beauty is God’s handwriting.
  152. Never make friends with people who are above or below you in status. Such friendships will never give you any happiness.
  153. Never make predictions, especially about the future.
  154. Never marry someone in hope that they’ll change later.
  155. Never may a man prone to believe scandal be a despot or a popular leader! Under his guidance, democracy itself will be despotism.
  156. Never mistake motion for action.
  157. Never neglect details. When everyone’s mind is dulled or distracted the leader must be doubly vigilant.
  158. Never, never and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another.
  159. Never, never, never give up.
  160. Never order food in excess of your body weight.
  161. Never pick a fight with people who buy ink by the barrel.
  162. Never pretend to a love which you do not actually feel, for love is not ours to command.
  163. Never put off doing till tomorrow what you can put off doing today.
  164. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow.
  165. Never put your money against Cassius Clay, for you will never have a lucky day.
  166. Never regret what you don’t write.
  167. Never say anything about yourself you do not want to come true.
  168. Never say there is nothing beautiful in the world anymore. There is always something to make you wonder in the shape of a tree, the trembling of a leaf.
  169. Never speak to an invalid from behind, nor from the door, nor from any distance from him, nor when he is doing anything. The official politeness of servants in these things is so grateful to invalids, that many prefer, without knowing why, having none but servants about them.
  170. Never spend your money before you have earned it.
  171. Never stir up litigation. A worse man can scarcely be found than one who does this.
  172. Never stop fighting until you arrive at your destined place – that is, the unique you. Have an aim in life, continuously acquire knowledge, work hard, and have perseverance to realise the great life.
  173. Never stop learning; knowledge doubles every fourteen months.
  174. Never stop paying attention to things. Never make your mind up finally. Do not hold beliefs.
  175. Never succumb to the temptation of bitterness.
  176. Never take a wife till thou hast a house (and a fire) to put her in.
  177. Never take anything for granted.
  178. Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity.
  179. Never think that war, no matter how necessary, nor how justified, is not a crime.
  180. Never throughout history has a man who lived a life of ease left a name worth remembering.
  181. Never too late to change your relationship with somebody in your life.
  182. Never trust anyone who doesn’t drink coffee.
  183. Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties.
  184. Never underestimate the power of Abby Joseph Cohen.
  185. Never was it given to mortal man – To lie so boldly as we women can.
  186. Never yet was a nation born that did not begin in the spirit, pass to the heart and the mind, and then take an outer form in the world of men.
  187. Nevertheless, in the theatre, and in the cinema, the contemporary reality of Poland has been represented only to a minuscule degree in the last 12 years.
  188. New Age values are conscious evolution, a non-sectarian society, a non-military culture, global sharing, healing the environment, sustainable economies, self-determination, social justice, economic empowerment of the poor, love, compassion in action, going beyond religious fundamentalism, going beyond nationalism-extreme nationalism, culture.
  189. New faces have more authority than accustomed ones.
  190. New ideas pass through three periods: 1) It can’t be done. 2) It probably can be done, but it’s not worth doing. 3) I knew it was a good idea all along!
  191. New markets could be created by rural potentials, which could lead to rise in the employment.
  192. New Orleans will always be in my heart. New Orleans raised me – it’s in my blood.
  193. New York City has finally hired women to pick up the garbage, which makes sense to me, since, as I’ve discovered, a good bit of being a woman consists of picking up garbage.
  194. New York City is a great monument to the power of money and greed… a race for rent.
  195. New York gave me hell for that ‘Purple Swag,’ man. They didn’t respect me until ‘Peso.’
  196. New York is a brutally expensive place to live, and the kind of person who might have the dedication and esoteric taste to make the comics that I would really love is finding it more relaxing to live elsewhere.
  197. New York is a wonderful place to be up, an awful place to be down.
  198. New York is definitely ready for the word of God.
  199. New York State is giant and has some of the most beautiful landscape on the Eastern seaboard. There is so much history in New York State, from the Erie Canal to the Catskills, the birth of American stand-up comedy.
  200. New York State is upside down and backwards; high taxes and low performance. The New York State government was at one time a national model. Now, unfortunately, it’s a national disgrace. Sometimes, the corruption in Albany could even make Boss Tweed blush.
  201. New York was at the forefront of rap, so because of all the great people who have gone before me, being a rapper from Queens, I have to live up to those standards. I’m basically just a regular guy who says what he feels and likes to joke. I like long walks on the beach… and I love rap.
  202. New York… where people come for their Ph.D. in corruption.
  203. Newsjacking refers to the practice of capitalizing on the popularity of a news story to amplify the impact of a piece of content.
  204. Newspaper editors are men who separate the wheat from the chaff, and then print the chaff.
  205. Newspaper readership is still growing in India.
  206. Newspapers are the second hand of history. This hand, however, is usually not only of inferior metal to the other hands, it also seldom works properly.
  207. Next to enjoying ourselves, the next greatest pleasure consists in preventing others from enjoying themselves, or, more generally, in the acquisition of power.
  208. Next to knowing when to seize an opportunity, the most important thing in life is to know when to forego an advantage.
  209. Next to my husband, and along with Marlon Brando, I think that Yves Montand is the most attractive man I’ve ever met.
  210. Next to religion, let your care be to promote justice.
  211. NI love watching science fiction because I feel like when it’s done well, it’s not just monsters, but philosophy. Really good science fiction like, ‘2001,’ for example, or the first ‘Matrix.’ But it takes someone who’s got a brain and thinks in order to do really good science fiction.
  212. Niall Ferguson is an intellectual fraud whose job, for years, has been to impress dumb, rich Americans with his accent and flatter them with his writings.
  213. Nicey nicey just doesn’t do it for me.
  214. Nicholas Sparks and John Green are very different writers.
  215. Nick sells 5 flavors of gourmet popcorn. Why is he bundling ads for his best-selling flavor, “Sweet & spicy coconut,” with related keywords like “coconut snacks” in a single ad group?
  216. Nicki Minaj, I’m at MTV. I’m going to be honest with you: I love you. I like you. I want you; I want you to be mine. Only reason I’m not telling you this face to face is because I understand that you’re busy.
  217. Nicki Minaj, will you marry me?
  218. Nicole’s analysis shows that 5 brands currently in her “All products” group are performing especially well. What can she do to capture more traffic on these valuable brands?
  219. Niger is not an isolated island of desperation. It lies within a sea of problems across Africa – particularly the ‘forgotten emergencies’ in poor countries or regions with little strategic or material appeal.
  220. Nigeria has moved into low-middle-income, but their north is very poor, and the health care systems there have broken down.
  221. Night is certainly more novel and less profane than day.
  222. Night, the beloved. Night, when words fade and things come alive. When the destructive analysis of day is done, and all that is truly important becomes whole and sound again. When man reassembles his fragmentary self and grows with the calm of a tree.
  223. Nike came to me and said, ‘We’re interested in the decathlon and interested in seeing if we can help you get as close to 10,000 points as we can.’
  224. Nine men in ten are would be suicides.
  225. Nine tenths of education is encouragement.
  226. Nine-tenths of the existing books are nonsense and the clever books are the refutation of that nonsense.
  227. Nine-tenths of wisdom is being wise in time.
  228. Ninety-five percent of all brussels sprouts come from California.
  229. Ninety-nine percent of all statistics are made up on the spot (including this one).
  230. Ninety per cent of my family are hairdressers, and the other 10% are construction workers.
  231. Ninety percent of the cases of polio are in security-vulnerable areas.
  232. Ninety percent of the people who come to see me are my fans.
  233. Ninety percent of the students take the ‘preferred lender.’ Why? Because that’s the nature of the relationship. You trust the school. The school is in a position of authority.
  234. Ninety percent of the time, when I put on my headphones, I forget to turn on my music. Literally 10 minutes will go by before I realize that there’s no music.
  235. Ninety percent of the time when I’m working, there’s this very palpable sensation that I’m doing everything wrong and should just give up.
  236. Nixon is finding out there are no tails on an Eisenhower jacket.
  237. No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.
  238. No advantages in this world are pure and unmixed.
  239. No amount of cajolery, and no attempts at ethical or social seduction, can eradicate from my heart a deep burning hatred for the Tory Party. So far as I am concerned they are lower than vermin.
  240. No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right; a single experiment can prove me wrong.
  241. No amount of thought can ever reveal what comes unexpectedly.
  242. No, as it turns out, I really like being congratulated on my weight loss. I like it so much, it’s tragic.
  243. No athlete ever ends his or her career the way you want to. We all want to play forever. But it doesn’t work that way. Accepting the end gracefully is part of being a professional athlete.
  244. No attempt at ethical or social seduction can eradicate from my heart a deep burning hatred for the Tory Party. So far as I am concerned they are lower than vermin.
  245. No baseball pitcher would be worth a darn without a catcher who could handle the hot fastball.
  246. No battle plan survives contact with the enemy.
  247. No better way is there to learn to love Nature than to understand Art. It dignifies every flower of the field. And, the boy who sees the thing of beauty which a bird on the wing becomes when transferred to wood or canvas will probably not throw the customary stone.
  248. No blame should attach to telling the truth. But it does, it does.
  249. No body can be healthful without exercise, neither natural body nor politic, and certainly, to a kingdom or estate, a just and honourable war is the true exercise.
  250. No boxer in the history of boxing has had Parkinson’s. There’s no injury in my brain that suggests that the illness came from boxing.
  251. No brain, more pain.
  252. No cause justifies the deaths of innocent people.
  253. No change of circumstances can repair a defect of character.
  254. No city owns me, you know what I’m saying? I’m from New York, but no city owns me. Nobody can bottle up my sound and box me in. Yes, I am a rapper, but am I a New York rapper? No. I am from New York, I love New York to death, but I will not conform myself to one place, no.
  255. ‘No comment’ is a splendid expression. I am using it again and again.
  256. No complaint… is more common than that of a scarcity of money.
  257. No country can really develop unless its citizens are educated.
  258. No country in the history of the world has ever contributed more to humankind and accomplished more for its people in so brief a period of time as Israel has done since its relatively recent rebirth in 1948.
  259. No crime is so great as daring to excel.
  260. No culture can live if it attempts to be exclusive.
  261. No decent career was ever founded on a public.
  262. No disrespect, but I don’t make decisions based on opinions.
  263. No durable things are built on violent passion. Nature grows her plants in silence and in darkness, and only when they have become strong do they put their heads above the ground.
  264. No duty the Executive had to perform was so trying as to put the right man in the right place.
  265. No enterprise can exist for itself alone. It ministers to some great need, it performs some great service, not for itself, but for others; or failing therein, it ceases to be profitable and ceases to exist.
  266. No excellent soul is exempt from a mixture of madness.
  267. No experience exists unless it’s a shared one.
  268. No experience is a cause of success or failure. We do not suffer from the shock of our experiences, so-called trauma – but we make out of them just what suits our purposes.
  269. No face which we can give to a matter will stead us so well at last as the truth. This alone wears well.
  270. No freeman shall be debarred the use of arms.
  271. No generous mind delights to oppress the weak, but rather to cherish and protect.
  272. No good deed goes unpunished.
  273. No Government can be long secure without a formidable Opposition.
  274. No government ever voluntarily reduces itself in size. Government programs, once launched, never disappear. Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we’ll ever see on this earth!
  275. No government ought to be without censors; and where the press is free, no one ever will. Chance is the pseudonym of God when he did not want to sign.
  276. No government ought to be without censors; and where the press is free no one ever will.
  277. No grand idea was ever born in a conference, but a lot of foolish ideas have died there.
  278. No great artist ever sees things as they really are. If he did, he would cease to be an artist.
  279. No great intellectual thing was ever done by great effort.
  280. No great man ever complains of want of opportunity.
  281. No great thing is created suddenly.
  282. No greater injury can be done to any youth than to let him feel that because he belongs to this or that race he will be advanced in life regardless of his own merits or efforts.
  283. No greater thing is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig, I answer you that there must be time. Let it first blossom, then bear fruit, then ripen.
  284. No guns but only brotherhood can resolve the problems.
  285. No house should ever be on a hill or on anything. It should be of the hill. Belonging to it. Hill and house should live together each the happier for the other.
  286. No human creature can give orders to love.
  287. No human race is superior; no religious faith is inferior. All collective judgments are wrong. Only racists make them.
  288. No, I can’t do rap music!
  289. No, I had not read any other comedian’s book. Not that I don’t enjoy other comedians; I’m just not a reader.
  290. No, I never thought about my image. It interests me that there are people who do, that they seem to be methodical about it.
  291. No, I was never afraid.
  292. No, I will be the pattern of all patience; I will say nothing.
  293. No idea is so outlandish that it should not be considered with a searching but at the same time a steady eye.
  294. No, I’m happy to go on living the life I’ve chosen. I’m a university teacher and I like my job.
  295. No, I’m not interested in developing a powerful brain. All I’m after is just a mediocre brain, something like the President of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
  296. No intelligent black man or black woman in his or her right black mind wants white boys and white girls coming to their homes to marry their black sons and daughters.
  297. ‘No’ is an entire sentence in itself. No means no, and when somebody says it, you need to stop.
  298. No, it’s not dissatisfaction that inspires me to tinker with my songs, it’s just restlessness.
  299. No kingdom has shed more blood than the kingdom of Christ.
  300. No legacy is so rich as honesty.
  301. No man can put a chain about the ankle of his fellow man without at last finding the other end fastened about his own neck.
  302. No man can reveal to you nothing but that which already lies half-asleep in the dawning of your knowledge.
  303. No man ever believes that the Bible means what it says: He is always convinced that it says what he means.
  304. No man ever got very high by pulling other people down. The intelligent merchant does not knock his competitors. The sensible worker does not knock those who work with him. Don’t knock your friends. Don’t knock your enemies. Don’t knock yourself.
  305. No man ever listened himself out of a job.
  306. No man ever prayed heartily without learning something.
  307. No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar.
  308. No man has the right to dictate what other men should perceive, create or produce, but all should be encouraged to reveal themselves, their perceptions and emotions, and to build confidence in the creative spirit.
  309. No man is above the law and no man is below it: nor do we ask any man’s permission when we ask him to obey it.
  310. No man is an island in Manhattan.
  311. No man is free who is not master of himself.
  312. No man is good enough to govern another man without the other’s consent.
  313. No man is hurt but by himself.
  314. No man is justified in doing evil on the ground of expedience.
  315. No man is regular in his attendance at the House of Commons until he is married.
  316. No man is rich enough to buy back his past.
  317. No man is worth his salt who is not ready at all times to risk his well-being, to risk his body, to risk his life, in a great cause.
  318. No man knows till he has suffered from the night how sweet and dear to his heart and eye the morning can be.
  319. No man or woman of the humblest sort can really be strong, gentle and good, without the world being better for it, without somebody being helped and comforted by the very existence of that goodness.
  320. No man pleases by silence; many I please by speaking briefly.
  321. No man, who continues to add something to the material, intellectual and moral well-being of the place in which he lives, is left long without proper reward.
  322. No man who is occupied in doing a very difficult thing, and doing it very well, ever loses his self-respect.
  323. No man will ever carry out of the Presidency the reputation which carried him into it.
  324. No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself or get all the credit for doing it.
  325. No matter how beautiful a woman might be, you’re always threatened by certain… You’re always threatened by other women, period.
  326. No matter how big and strong you are… even Tyson said he was scared as hell walking to the ring. Everyone feels the pressure.
  327. No matter how big the audience is going to be. I’m interested in doing things that are fun.
  328. No matter how calmly you try to referee, parenting will eventually produce bizarre behavior, and I’m not talking about the kids. Their behavior is always normal.
  329. No matter how closely you examine the water, glucose, and electrolyte salts in the human brain, you can’t find the point where these molecules became conscious.
  330. No matter how corrupt and unjust a convict may be, he loves fairness more than anything else. If the people placed over him are unfair, from year to year he lapses into an embittered state characterized by an extreme lack of faith.
  331. No matter how dark or precarious it may seem, continue to pursue your truth.
  332. No matter how dull, or how mean, or how wise a man is, he feels that happiness is his indisputable right.
  333. No matter how hard the loss, defeat might serve as well as victory to shake the soul and let the glory out.
  334. No matter how mistaken Communist ideas may be, the experience and knowledge gained by trying them out have given a tremendous impetus to thought and imagination.
  335. No matter how much cats fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens.
  336. No matter how much time you spend reading books or following your intuition, you’re gonna screw it up. Fifty times. You can’t do parenting right.
  337. No matter how popular you are as a stand-up – you can go out and fill a 10,000-seat arena and be smart and funny – it’s delicate to host an awards show and know where your place is and know that it’s not about you, that it’s about the people who are nominated, and respect that, but at the same time have your moment to show them who you are.
  338. No matter how powerful our political and religious leaders think they are, they are as dust before the immense and implacable forces of history and progress. I just hope that they don’t make too much of a mess or take too many more people down with them.
  339. No matter how prepared you think you are for the death of a loved one, it still comes as a shock, and it still hurts very deeply.
  340. No matter how widely spread out the films are, how different, you still are you.
  341. No matter the nationality, no matter the religion, no matter the ethnic background, America brings out the best in people.
  342. No matter the risks we take, we always consider the end to be too soon, even though in life, more than anything else, quality should be more important than quantity.
  343. No matter what cause one defends, it will suffer permanent disgrace if one resorts to blind attacks on crowds of innocent people.
  344. No matter what, I always make it home for Christmas. I love to go to my Tennessee Mountain Home and invite all of my nieces and nephews and their spouses and kids and do what we all like to do – eat, laugh, trade presents and just enjoy each other… and sometimes I even dress up like Santa Claus!
  345. No matter what time it is, wake me, even if it’s in the middle of a Cabinet meeting.
  346. No matter what you do or where you are, you’re going to be missing out on something.
  347. No matter what you write or choreograph, you feel it’s not enough.
  348. No matter what you’re going through, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel and it may seem hard to get to it but you can do it and just keep working towards it and you’ll find the positive side of things.
  349. No matter what’s happening in my life, I can always get lost in the romances of my characters.
  350. No matter what’s happening in the Middle East – the Arab Spring, et cetera, the economic challenges, high rates of unemployment – the emotional, critical issue is always the Israeli-Palestinian one.
  351. No matter where you go in this world, you will always find a Jew sitting in the beach chair next to you.
  352. No mother would ever willingly sacrifice her sons for territorial gain, for economic advantage, for ideology.
  353. No nation ever had an army large enough to guarantee it against attack in time of peace, or ensure it of victory in time of war.
  354. No nation was ever ruined by trade.
  355. No new projects at the moment. There are restrictions to how much I can take on. And I need to finish those that I am committed to do before thinking ahead. But I’d rather they take final shape before we talk of them.
  356. No notice is taken of a little evil, but when it increases it strikes the eye.
  357. No number of repairs will be able to fix Obamacare. The website is the least of Americans’ worries.
  358. No object is so beautiful that, under certain conditions, it will not look ugly.
  359. No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of the garden.
  360. No one can appropriate God, goodness, the Bible or Jesus. It just seems that way.
  361. No one can be considered untouchable on political grounds.
  362. No one can be profoundly original who does not avoid eccentricity.
  363. No one can confidently say that he will still be living tomorrow.
  364. No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.
  365. No one can outrun death. It will catch up to all of us eventually.
  366. No one can resist the idea of a crippled genius.
  367. No one can stop me from talking about my movie.
  368. No one can travel your own road for you; you must travel it for yourself. My faith in this stems from my childhood. I grew up in a family with a system of religious beliefs handed down to me.
  369. No one could have been nicer, classier nor better looking than Dick Clark. I’ve had a crush on him since I was a teenager.
  370. No one could possibly look all the time like my photographs. It is dreadfully hard to live up to them. They stare at me everywhere.
  371. No one else will really care, but I missed the wars in Sierra Leone and Liberia. Also the war in Chechnya.
  372. No one even knows one percent of the fabulous history of Man; but thanks to history, we know about occurrences that go beyond the limits of the imaginable.
  373. No one ever died from sleeping in an unmade bed. I have known mothers who remake the bed after their children do it because there is wrinkle in the spread or the blanket is on crooked. This is sick.
  374. No one ever gets far unless he accomplishes the impossible at least once a day.
  375. No one ever taught me, and I never had formal classes in pattern making, so I was like, Okay, I’ll just drape, and I’ll sew as I pin it.
  376. No one ever tells us the truth, even those we love.
  377. No one ever thought Clint Eastwood was funny, but he was.
  378. No one ever told me I should eat egg whites or drink a gallon of water each day.
  379. No one ever told me I was pretty when I was a little girl. All little girls should be told they’re pretty, even if they aren’t.
  380. No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear.
  381. No one gossips about other people’s secret virtues.
  382. No one has a right to consume happiness without producing it.
  383. No one has any faith in the tape anymore – everyone just relies on computers and considers the hardrive to be the safest option, and I don’t. I think an analog tape is something you can hold.
  384. No one has been barred on account of his race from fighting or dying for America, there are no white or colored signs on the foxholes or graveyards of battle.
  385. No one has ever become poor by giving.
  386. No one has ever found a solution for not doing a fashion show.
  387. No one has ever suffered from his people as I have.
  388. No one has the right to destroy another person’s belief by demanding empirical evidence.
  389. No one in my family has been observant for generations, but we all identify with being Jewish.
  390. No one in my family was a reader of literary fiction. So, I didn’t have encouragement, but I didn’t have discouragement, because I don’t think anybody knew what that meant.
  391. No one in the American Enterprise imposes their beliefs. We clash, and I think that’s what the West is all about.
  392. No one is ever successful at everything that they do.
  393. No one is free, even the birds are chained to the sky.
  394. No one is going to understand your brand better than you.
  395. No one is happy all his life long.
  396. No one is more sensitive to the issue of overeating than the creator of Stuart Smalley.
  397. No one is more sentimentalized in America than mothers on Mother’s Day, but no one is more often blamed for the culture’s bad people and behavior.
  398. No one is perfect, and criticism is always welcome and expected.
  399. No one is pro-abortion.
  400. No one is so brave that he is not disturbed by something unexpected.
  401. No one is so miserable as the poor person who maintains the appearance of wealth.
  402. No one is to be called an enemy, all are your benefactors, and no one does you harm. You have no enemy except yourselves.
  403. No one is truly free, they are a slave to wealth, fortune, the law, or other people restraining them from acting according to their will.
  404. No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else.
  405. No one knows Anne’s better side, and that’s why most people can’t stand me. Oh, I can be an amusing clown for an afternoon, but after that, everyone’s had enough of me to last a month.
  406. No one knows how to write a novel until it’s been written.
  407. No one knows what to say in the loser’s locker room.
  408. No one knows who is listening, say nothing you would not wish put in the newspapers.
  409. No one lies so boldly as the man who is indignant.
  410. No one lives long enough to learn everything they need to learn starting from scratch. To be successful, we absolutely, positively have to find people who have already paid the price to learn the things that we need to learn to achieve our goals.
  411. No one looks at your hands to see how much they shake when you are interviewed to be a surgeon. The physical skills required are no greater than for writing cursive script. If an operation requires so much skill only a few surgeons can do it, you modify the operation to make it simpler.
  412. No one loves the man whom he fears.
  413. No one makes a revolution by himself; and there are some revolutions which humanity accomplishes without quite knowing how, because it is everybody who takes them in hand.
  414. No one man is superior to the game.
  415. No one may speak for the dead, no one may interpret their mutilated dreams and visions.
  416. No one need think that the world can be ruled without blood. The civil sword shall and must be red and bloody.
  417. No one person controls Microsoft. The board and the shareholders decide whether they want to have me as CEO.
  418. No one raps about food like I do. I rap about fine dishes – like, all kinds of things that only real chefs and real foodies are going to know about.
  419. No one really knows what I’m really like, and you won’t unless you spend a day with me, or if you’re my friend. No one ever knows what anyone is really like. Read all the interviews you want on them, it’s just the media talking and you can’t really get to know someone that way, obviously.
  420. No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path.
  421. No one says the word ‘quirky’ much in England. I guess because people are more naturally eccentric.
  422. No one should be ashamed to admit they are wrong, which is but saying, in other words, that they are wiser today than they were yesterday.
  423. No one should ever sit in this office over 70 years old, and that I know.
  424. No one should fear to undertake any task in the name of our Saviour, if it is just and if the intention is purely for His holy service.
  425. No one suggested Lehman deserved to be saved. But the argument has been made that the crisis might have been less severe if it had been saved, because Lehman’s failure created remarkable uncertainty in the market as investors became confused about the role of the government and whether it was picking winners and losers.
  426. No one talked about the fact that in this year under the Obama administration you’ve seen the highest casualties in Afghanistan. And the fact that it took him almost 90 days to figure out what his strategy is going to be was absolutely appalling.
  427. No one teaches you how to think about money in medical school or residency. Yet, from the moment you start practicing, you must think about it. You must consider what is covered for a patient and what is not.
  428. No one tells you that your life is effectively over when you have a child: that you’re never going to draw another complacent breath again… or that whatever level of hypochondria and rage you’d learned to repress and live with is going to seem like the good old days.
  429. No one thinks of how much blood it costs.
  430. No one undertakes research in physics with the intention of winning a prize. It is the joy of discovering something no one knew before.
  431. No one wants to be beaten, even myself.
  432. No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there. And yet death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be, because Death is very likely the single best invention of Life. It is Life’s change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new.
  433. No one was more shocked or angry than I was when we didn’t find the weapons. I had a sickening feeling every time I thought about it. I still do.
  434. No one who achieves success does so without acknowledging the help of others. The wise and confident acknowledge this help with gratitude.
  435. No one who has lived even for a fleeting moment for something other than life in its conventional sense and has experienced the exaltation that this feeling produces can then renounce his new freedom so easily.
  436. No one who lives in error is free.
  437. No one who’s white thinks he’s innocent. No one who’s black thinks he’s guilty.
  438. No one would choose a friendless existence on condition of having all the other things in the world.
  439. No other country in the world does what we do. On every issue, the world turns to us, not simply because of the size of our economy or our military might – but because of the ideals we stand for, and the burdens we bear to advance them.
  440. No other planet in the solar system is a suitable home for human beings; it’s this world or nothing. That’s a very powerful perception.
  441. No pain, no gain.
  442. No parent is perfect; we all can look back and think of things we could’ve done to help our children be better prepared for adulthood. And sometimes it’s best to admit it to them and encourage them to learn from our mistakes.
  443. No part of the education of a politician is more indispensable than the fighting of elections.
  444. No party has a monopoly on wisdom. No democracy works without compromise. But when Governor Romney and his allies in Congress tell us we can somehow lower our deficit by spending trillions more on new tax breaks for the wealthy – well, you do the math. I refuse to go along with that. And as long as I’m President, I never will.
  445. No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.
  446. No people is wholly civilized where a distinction is drawn between stealing an office and stealing a purse.
  447. No period of history has ever been great or ever can be that does not act on some sort of high, idealistic motives, and idealism in our time has been shoved aside, and we are paying the penalty for it.
  448. No person is your friend who demands your silence, or denies your right to grow.
  449. No person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been the reward for what he gave.
  450. No person will make a great business who wants to do it all himself or get all the credit.
  451. No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new doorway for the human spirit.
  452. No phenomenon can be isolated, but has repercussions through every aspect of our lives. We are learning that we are a fundamental part of nature’s ecosystems.
  453. No philosophy, no religion, has ever brought so glad a message to the world as this good news of Atheism.
  454. No phone. No pool. No pets. No cigarettes. Ultimate freedom… No longer to be poisoned by civilization, he flees, and walks alone upon the land to become Lost in the Wild.
  455. No policy that does not rest upon some philosophical public opinion can be permanently maintained.
  456. No political event can be judged outside of the era and the circumstances in which it took place.
  457. No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.
  458. No problem is so formidable that you can’t walk away from it.
  459. No problem is too big to run away from.
  460. No protracted war can fail to endanger the freedom of a democratic country.
  461. No psychologist should pretend to understand what he does not understand… Only fools and charlatans know everything and understand nothing.
  462. No quarter given, and none received.
  463. No question is so difficult to answer as that to which the answer is obvious.
  464. No race can prosper till it learns that there is as much dignity in tilling a field as in writing a poem.
  465. No religion has mandated killing others as a requirement for its sustenance or promotion.
  466. No rules exist, and examples are simply life-savers answering the appeals of rules making vain attempts to exist.
  467. No sanction can stand against ignited minds.
  468. No school of philosophy has ever solved this question of whether being determines consciousness or the other way around. It may be a false antithesis.
  469. No sensible author wants anything but praise.
  470. No serious futurist deals in prediction. These are left for television oracles and newspaper astrologers.
  471. No single event can awaken within us a stranger totally unknown to us. To live is to be slowly born. It would be a bit too easy if we could go about borrowing ready-made souls.
  472. No sinner is ever saved after the first twenty minutes of a sermon.
  473. No society can surely be flourishing and happy, of which the far greater part of the members are poor and miserable.
  474. No solution can ever be found by running in three different directions.
  475. No sooner said than done – so acts your man of worth.
  476. No state of society or laws can render men so much alike but that education, fortune, and tastes will interpose some differences between them; and though different men may sometimes find it their interest to combine for the same purposes, they will never make it their pleasure.
  477. No state should be allowed to profess partnership with the global coalition against terror, while continuing to aid, abet and sponsor terrorism.
  478. No stream rises higher than its source. What ever man might build could never express or reflect more than he was. He could record neither more nor less than he had learned of life when the buildings were built.
  479. No such thing as a man willing to be honest – that would be like a blind man willing to see.
  480. No testimony is sufficient to establish a miracle, unless the testimony be of such a kind, that its falsehood would be more miraculous than the fact which it endeavors to establish.
  481. No theory is good unless it permits, not rest, but the greatest work. No theory is good except on condition that one use it to go on beyond.
  482. No, there’s something about the sing-song cadence of children’s music that has its place in rock.
  483. No thieves, no traitors, no interventionists! This time the revolution is for real!
  484. No valid plans for the future can be made by those who have no capacity for living now.
  485. No; we have been as usual asking the wrong question. It does not matter a hoot what the mockingbird on the chimney is singing. The real and proper question is: Why is it beautiful?
  486. No weapon has ever settled a moral problem. It can impose a solution but it cannot guarantee it to be a just one.
  487. No woman ever hates a man for being in love with her, but many a woman hate a man for being a friend to her.
  488. No woman needs intercourse; few women escape it.
  489. No woman should ever be quite accurate about her age. It looks so calculating.
  490. No wonder the film industry started in the desert in California where, like all desert dwellers, they dream their buildings, rather than design them.
  491. No work or love will flourish out of guilt, fear, or hollowness of heart, just as no valid plans for the future can be made by those who have no capacity for living now.
  492. ‘Noah’ doesn’t merely get the story wrong; like all Biblical adaptations, it’s bound to do that (although some aspects of the film are out and out ridiculous). It gets the morality of the story wrong, and in the process turns God into Gaia and morality into radical deep green environmentalism.
  493. Nobility is a graceful ornament to the civil order. It is the Corinthian capital of polished society.
  494. Noble deeds that are concealed are most esteemed.
  495. Noble life demands a noble architecture for noble uses of noble men. Lack of culture means what it has always meant: ignoble civilization and therefore imminent downfall.
  496. Nobody, as long as he moves about among the chaotic currents of life, is without trouble.
  497. Nobody asked you to flip burgers for the rest of your life.
  498. Nobody believes in completely unadulterated capitalism.
  499. Nobody black had learned anything from the ‘Letter from the Birmingham Jail’ or from the ‘I Have a Dream’ speech. That was a revelation of white people.
  500. Nobody can bring you peace but yourself.
  501. Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children.
  502. Nobody can ever make enough money for as many poor relatives as I’ve got. Somebody’s got a sick kid, or somebody needs an operation, somebody ain’t got this, somebody ain’t got that. Or to give the kids all a car when they graduate.
  503. Nobody can honestly say that they never lie.
  504. Nobody can hurt me without my permission.
  505. Nobody can quantify for you what’s the impact of eating fiber every day, for instance. We can say we think it’s good. But some people might say ‘Oh, it reduces your risk of colon cancer by 20%, some people might say it reduces your risk by 25%.’
  506. Nobody cares about your autograph. There are cameras everywhere, and there are media outlets for them to ‘file their story’.
  507. Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.
  508. Nobody cares if you’re black, white, straight, gay, Christian, Jewish, whatever it may be. When you step on that field, you’re a member, in my case, the 49ers. That’s your job, your occupation.
  509. Nobody does good to men with impunity.
  510. Nobody ever dared with Frank, because he had such mood swings, and you never knew how he was going to react. But I could tell the minute I saw him that he was going to be in my corner.
  511. Nobody ever defended anything successfully, there is only attack and attack and attack some more.
  512. Nobody ever did, or ever will, escape the consequences of his choices.
  513. Nobody ever drowned in his own sweat.
  514. Nobody ever said that life is fair.
  515. Nobody ever thinks that the work they’re going to do could ever be bigger than the one they do before, especially if you’re lucky enough like I had to have such a huge thing as ‘Phantom’ was.
  516. Nobody expects to trust his body overmuch after the age of fifty.
  517. Nobody gets excited when they see me. If I put on my wizard outfit and walk around the airport for a couple of hours, I get a couple of puzzled glances.
  518. Nobody gets to live life backward. Look ahead, that is where your future lies.
  519. Nobody has ever convinced me that race is real.
  520. Nobody has it all, but for me to even come close is amazing.
  521. Nobody in Europe will be abandoned. Nobody in Europe will be excluded. Europe only succeeds if we work together.
  522. Nobody in Singapore drinks Singapore Slings. It’s one of the first things you find out there. What you do in Singapore is eat. It’s a really food-crazy culture, where all of this great food is available in a kind of hawker-stand environment.
  523. Nobody is all good or bad.
  524. Nobody is as powerful as we make them out to be.
  525. Nobody is born evil.
  526. Nobody is convinced that Johnny Depp goes to Walmart dressed as Sweeney Todd, but everyone expects us to.
  527. Nobody is forgotten when it is convenient to remember him.
  528. Nobody is my boss.
  529. Nobody is offered a World Cup.
  530. Nobody knows the future with certainty. We can, however, identify ongoing patterns of change.
  531. Nobody likes to fail. I want to succeed in everything I do, which isn’t much. But the things that I’m really passionate about, if I fail at those, if I’m not successful, what do I have?
  532. Nobody looks like they did when they were 20, so why not take advantage of the fact that you’re changing, emotionally as well as physically?
  533. Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.
  534. Nobody pulls a prank like George Clooney.
  535. Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.
  536. Nobody scares me.
  537. Nobody spends any money on smallpox unless they worry about a bio-terrorist recreating it.
  538. Nobody talks of entrepreneurship as survival, but that’s exactly what it is and what nurtures creative thinking.
  539. Nobody walks this earth thinking he’s better than I think I am – I think I’m great. At the same time, it’s so obvious to me that I’m nobody.
  540. Nobody wants a political prisoner, but a political emigrant is no problem.
  541. Nobody wants to buy a $60,000 electric Civic. But people will pay $90,000 for an electric sports car.
  542. Nobody wants to put the creditworthiness of the United States in jeopardy. Nobody wants to see the United States default. So we’ve got to seize this moment, and we have to seize it soon.
  543. Nobody will leave any place unless they’re forced out. That’s the nature of humans. Once you’re there, you’re there. I’ve never seen anybody get up voluntarily and leave any place.
  544. Nobody writes like Nabokov; nobody ever will. What I would give to write one sentence like Vladimir!
  545. Nobody’s perfect. I’m Nobody. Therefore, I must be perfect.
  546. “Nofollow” is a value that can be assigned to the rel attribute of an HTML element to instruct that the hyperlink should influence the link target’s ranking in the search engine’s index.
  547. Nofollow links are not included in the calculation which determines the amount of PageRank that is passed through other links on a page.
  548. Noise proves nothing. Often a hen who has merely laid an egg cackles as if she laid an asteroid.
  549. Nokia 3 Specs
  550. Nokia 3310 Specs
  551. Nokia 5 Specs
  552. Nokia 6 Specs
  553. Non-cooperation with evil is as much a duty as is cooperation with good.
  554. Non-violence and truth are inseparable and presuppose one another.
  555. Non-violence is not a garment to be put on and off at will. Its seat is in the heart, and it must be an inseparable part of our being.
  556. Non-violence is the article of faith.
  557. Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of man.
  558. Non-violence requires a double faith, faith in God and also faith in man.
  559. Non-violence, which is the quality of the heart, cannot come by an appeal to the brain.
  560. None are more unjust in their judgments of others than those who have a high opinion of themselves.
  561. None are so old as those who have outlived enthusiasm.
  562. None but a coward dares to boast that he has never known fear.
  563. None but an armed nation can dispense with a standing army. To keep ours armed and disciplined is therefore at all times important.
  564. None but ourselves can free our minds.
  565. None of my friends don’t have Facebook accounts. Op-eds and studies can highlight our decreased enthusiasm for Facebook ’til the cows come home, but it doesn’t change the fact that we are chained to the beast. Voluntarily, of course.
  566. None of my own experiences ever finds its way into my work. However, the stages of my life – motherhood, middle age, etc. – often influence my subject matter.
  567. None of these devices address that women keep track of many people’s lives, not just their own.
  568. None of us has any personal interest above the interests of the country. Our country is more important than our careers.
  569. None of us is designed for the role we must assume in a revolutionary society, although Cubans had the privilege of Jose Marti’s example.
  570. Nonviolence is a good policy when the conditions permit.
  571. Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon. Indeed, it is a weapon unique in history, which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it.
  572. Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon. which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it. It is a sword that heals.
  573. Nonviolence is pretty ballsy, pretty advanced weaponry.
  574. Nonviolence is the first article of my faith. It is also the last article of my creed.
  575. Nonviolence means avoiding not only external physical violence but also internal violence of spirit. You not only refuse to shoot a man, but you refuse to hate him.
  576. Nor shall derision prove powerful against those who listen to humanity or those who follow in the footsteps of divinity, for they shall live forever. Forever.
  577. Normality is to be different. Every person is a different person. And one day you need to be aware of your difference. Aware that you are not the same as the others. That is to be normal.
  578. Normally, banks record profits on loans only as they are repaid, whether they securitize the loans or hold them on their books.
  579. Normally, I just sit in my quiet little room and do the small things that bring me pleasures. I read my books, I answer email, I write a little bit.
  580. Normally I sleep for 9, 10 hours a night.
  581. Normally movies have the same people they use over and over for everything. It’s called typecasting. They don’t like to take chances. They’ll go with the guy they had before.
  582. Normally, when someone we love is turning away from a struggle, we self-protect by also turning away. That’s definitely my first response. I think change is more likely to happen if both partners have common language and a shared lens to see problems.
  583. North Americans don’t understand… that our country is not just Cuba; our country is also humanity.
  584. North Carolina has been so great because nobody asks me about work.
  585. Not a day goes by where I’m not reminded of Gollum by some person in the street who asks me to do his voice or wants to talk to me about him. But because ‘The Hobbit’ has been talked about as a project for many years, I knew that at some point I’d have to reengage with him.
  586. Not a lot of people or pros in this game know how to train correctly. That’s why they don’t have a long career. Their body gets banged up. They get into a rhythm of heavy sparring and heavy work, but through that, they’re limiting movement.
  587. Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.
  588. Not all paintings are abstract; they’re not all Jackson Pollock. There’s value in a photograph of a man alone on a boat at sea, and there is value in painting of a man alone on a boat at sea. In the painting, the painting has more freedom to express an idea, more latitude in being able to elicit certain emotion.
  589. Not all problems have a technological answer, but when they do, that is the more lasting solution.
  590. Not always actions show the man; we find who does a kindness is not therefore kind.
  591. Not because I’m trying to be fabulous, but I love those big crazy Jackie O shades.
  592. Not being a comic book fan, being thrown into that and seeing the extreme – it’s taken very seriously. So I tried to do as much learning as I could about it so I wasn’t mean or anything.
  593. Not being able to touch is sometimes as interesting as being able to touch.
  594. Not being given everything encourages you to create… That was one of the first steps for me learning to invent things.
  595. Not bragging by any means, but I could have done a lot of other stuff as far as working in films go and working in television… I had chances to do that stuff, but I like baseball, I really do.
  596. Not content, but the road the artist takes, is the interesting part.
  597. Not every Christian finds it easy to believe.
  598. Not every difficult and dangerous thing is suitable for training, but only that which is conducive to success in achieving the object of our effort.
  599. Not every song has to be about love and tenderness, sometimes you have those strictly physical feelings for somebody and it’s okay to have those feelings.
  600. Not everybody is created equal, and it’s important for companies to identify those high potentials and treat them differently, accelerate their development and pay them more. That process is so incredibly important to developing first-class leadership in a company.
  601. Not everybody needs to go to university; they can get out and start working straight away.
  602. Not everybody trusts paintings but people believe photographs.
  603. Not everyone can be an orphan.
  604. Not everyone can see the truth, but he can be it.
  605. Not everyone’s high standards have to be the same thing.
  606. Not everything happens for a reason. Sometimes life just sucks.
  607. Not everything has a name. Some things lead us into a realm beyond words.
  608. Not everything is going to be handed to you just because you’re talented with a big smile. Sometimes you just gotta get out and shoot jumpers for hours and hours and hours. That’s something I didn’t really get a grasp on until way later, waking up early and treating it like a job if you’re serious about it. Get the freak up and, you know, work.
  609. Not everything is going to be successful. To strive for that is really naive. You just do the best you can do.
  610. Not fighting, avoiding talking to fans… that’s when the thoughts creep in about retiring and moving on to something else.
  611. Not graduating high school on time leads to fewer chances of attending college and obtaining good paying jobs, and creates instead higher chances of incarceration and unemployment.
  612. Not ignorance, but ignorance of ignorance, is the death of knowledge.
  613. Not knowing when the dawn will come I open every door.
  614. Not many college students know what they want to do.
  615. Not many people come through esophageal cancer and live to talk about it, or not for long.
  616. Not many people know this about me, but I’m a natural blonde. My hair went from light blonde naturally to a darker kind of blonde. My mother dyed my hair dark when I was a child, as I loved the look then. So I’m basically a natural blonde.
  617. Not necessity, not desire – no, the love of power is the demon of men. Let them have everything – health, food, a place to live, entertainment – they are and remain unhappy and low-spirited: for the demon waits and waits and will be satisfied.
  618. Not only do I not know what’s going on, I wouldn’t know what to do about it if I did.
  619. Not only do I think being nice and kind is easy but being kind, in my opinion, is important.
  620. Not only does God play dice, but… he sometimes throws them where they cannot be seen.
  621. Not only is it harder to be a man, it is also harder to become one.
  622. Not only is there no need of an intermediary through whom He would want you to speak to Him, but He finds His delight in having you treat with Him personally and in all confidence.
  623. Not only must we be good, but we must also be good for something.
  624. Not only must we fight to end disastrous unfettered free trade agreements with China, Mexico, and other low wage countries, we must fight to fundamentally rewrite our trade agreements so that American products, not jobs, are our number one export.
  625. Not only was I the only black kid and the only poor kid, but my parents were transcendental meditation devotees, and I live in an ashram for a good portion of my childhood.
  626. Not reforming the NHS would have been a much easier decision for me as secretary of state to have taken. We could have just protected the NHS from cuts, put in an extra £12.5bn and left it there. But sooner or later the cracks would have started to show. New treatments would have been held back.
  627. Not taboo – it’s just that straight actors still risk their careers commercially and economically. They have to please the crowd – they’re movie stars; their image is their industry. It goes beyond acting.
  628. Not to be able to move around or do things without thinking – that’s tough. I may end up that way, but if I do, I hope to hell my intellect will take over, and I’ll find some kind of joy and a way to contribute.
  629. Not to get too deep, but I think one of the reasons we embrace superheroes and this world is that these are just normal people that have incredible powers that are relatable in some ways – in that we don’t have great super powers, but there’s strength within us that we can utilize in our lives. Ultimately, they’re just normal people with problems.
  630. Not to go back is somewhat to advance, and men must walk, at least, before they dance.
  631. Not to say there’s not good TV out there, but I think TV is better when it accurately reflects the world as it is.
  632. Not to sound too Dr. Phil all of a sudden, but I think the key to survival is to embrace one’s past and to not run away from it. And to come to some sort of relationship with it or understanding of it.
  633. Not to transmit an experience is to betray it.
  634. Not until somebody turns round and says, ‘Art, how do you fancy playing Charles Dickens? How do you fancy playing Prince Charles in this biopic?’ Until those movements come, then no, we haven’t got past anything.
  635. Not until the final draft do I force myself to remember that I’m going to have to think about how it will affect other people.
  636. Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.
  637. Not when truth is dirty, but when it is shallow, does the enlightened man dislike to wade into its waters.
  638. Note, besides, that it is no more immoral to directly rob citizens than to slip indirect taxes into the price of goods that they cannot do without.
  639. Nothing anybody’s said or written about me ever bothers me, except when it does.
  640. Nothing astonishes men so much as common sense and plain dealing.
  641. Nothing burns more calories than dancing in 5-inch heels… try it!
  642. Nothing but an imperious intellectual and moral necessity can drive into doubt a religious mind, for it is as though an earthquake shook the foundations of the soul, and the very being quivers and sways under the shock.
  643. Nothing can affect my voice, it’s so bad.
  644. Nothing can be more abhorrent to democracy than to imprison a person or keep him in prison because he is unpopular. This is really the test of civilization.
  645. Nothing can bring a real sense of security into the home except true love.
  646. Nothing can come of nothing.
  647. Nothing can cure the soul but the senses, just as nothing can cure the senses but the soul.
  648. Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.
  649. Nothing can substitute for just plain hard work. I had to put in the time to get back. And it was a grind. It meant training and sweating every day. But I was completely committed to working out to prove to myself that I still could do it.
  650. Nothing cannot exist forever.
  651. Nothing clears up a case so much as stating it to another person.
  652. Nothing could make me forget what the Reagan years had actually been like.
  653. Nothing doth more hurt in a state than that cunning men pass for wise.
  654. Nothing else is required than to act toward God, in the midst of your occupations, as you do, even when busy, toward those who love you and whom you love.
  655. Nothing endears so much a friend as sorrow for his death. The pleasure of his company has not so powerful an influence.
  656. Nothing ever comes to one, that is worth having, except as a result of hard work.
  657. Nothing exceeds like excess.
  658. Nothing external to you has any power over you.
  659. Nothing fortifies scepticism more than the fact that there are some who are not sceptics; if all were so, they would be wrong.
  660. Nothing gives me as much pleasure as travelling. I love getting on trains and boats and planes.
  661. Nothing gives me more pleasure than acting. But I don’t enjoy going for award functions or giving interviews.
  662. Nothing gives one person so much advantage over another as to remain always cool and unruffled under all circumstances.
  663. Nothing gives rest but the sincere search for truth.
  664. Nothing goes by luck in composition. It allows of no tricks. The best you can write will be the best you are.
  665. Nothing good ever happens by itself – it is achieved through striving, though this sometimes bears a high price.
  666. Nothing great is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig. I answer you that there must be time. Let it first blossom, then bear fruit, then ripen.
  667. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
  668. Nothing has been easy for me… I’ve always had to work for everything I’ve gotten and everything I’ve accomplished.
  669. Nothing has been purchased more dearly than the little bit of reason and sense of freedom which now constitutes our pride.
  670. Nothing has come from this whole ‘peace industry’ except for conferences in five-star hotels and a waste of money.
  671. Nothing has more strength than dire necessity.
  672. Nothing heals us like letting people know our scariest parts: When people listen to you cry and lament, and look at you with love, it’s like they are holding the baby of you.
  673. Nothing heightens chaos more than a berserk wild animal right in the middle.
  674. Nothing I do is ever void of melody. I know it might seem like I’m doing a lot of rapping, but I’m always utilizing tone and trying to find a key signature. So, I don’t look at myself as a rapper.
  675. Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.
  676. Nothing in fine print is ever good news.
  677. Nothing in life is so exhilarating as to be shot at without result.
  678. Nothing in the world is irreversible, not even capitalism.
  679. Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not: nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not: the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.
  680. Nothing, indeed, is more dangerous to the young artist than any conception of ideal beauty: he is constantly led by it either into weak prettiness or lifeless abstraction: whereas to touch the ideal at all, you must not strip it of vitality.
  681. Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.
  682. Nothing is art if it does not come from nature.
  683. Nothing is as approved as mediocrity, the majority has established it and it fixes its fangs on whatever gets beyond it either way.
  684. Nothing is as dangerous in architecture as dealing with separated problems. If we split life into separated problems we split the possibilities to make good building art.
  685. Nothing is as obnoxious as other people’s luck.
  686. Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind.
  687. Nothing is beautiful, only man: on this piece of naivete rests all aesthetics, it is the first truth of aesthetics. Let us immediately add its second: nothing is ugly but degenerate man – the domain of aesthetic judgment is therewith defined.
  688. Nothing is ever done in this world until men are prepared to kill one another if it is not done.
  689. Nothing is ever enough for me. I’m always thinking what is wrong, what needs to be fixed.
  690. Nothing is fool proof.
  691. Nothing is funnier than confidently doing the wrong thing.
  692. Nothing is illegal if one hundred businessmen decide to do it.
  693. Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!
  694. Nothing is impossible.
  695. Nothing is more bothersome to me than retiring. Weird things happen when you disengage; first you get negative, then you start telling people about your latest surgeries, and eventually you lose touch. I want to stay in touch.
  696. Nothing is more certain than the certainty of being uncertain.
  697. Nothing is more dangerous to one’s own faith than the work of an apologist. No doctrine of that faith seems to me so spectral, so unreal as one that I have just successfully defended in a public debate.
  698. Nothing is more despicable than respect based on fear.
  699. Nothing is more destructive of respect for the government and the law of the land than passing laws which cannot be enforced.
  700. Nothing is more enjoyable for me than when I’m watching a movie or a TV show and there’s that sense that anything can happen. It is the most fun feeling in the world.
  701. Nothing is more expensive than a missed opportunity.
  702. Nothing is more important than reconnecting with your bliss. Nothing is as rich. Nothing is more real.
  703. Nothing is more sad than the death of an illusion.
  704. Nothing is more singular about this generation than its addiction to music.
  705. Nothing is more surprising than the easiness with which the many are governed by the few.
  706. Nothing is permanent in this wicked world – not even our troubles.
  707. Nothing is pleasant that is not spiced with variety.
  708. Nothing is so aggravating than calmness.
  709. Nothing is so fatal to religion as indifference.
  710. Nothing is so intolerable to man as being fully at rest, without a passion, without business, without entertainment, without care.
  711. Nothing is so silly as the expression of a man who is being complimented.
  712. Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it.
  713. Nothing is troublesome that we do willingly.
  714. Nothing is unchangeable but the inherent and unalienable rights of man.
  715. Nothing is worth doing unless the consequences may be serious.
  716. Nothing I’ve ever done has given me more joys and rewards than being a father to my children.
  717. Nothing lasts forever – not even your troubles.
  718. Nothing like a cigarette to remind you you’re alive
  719. Nothing makes the earth seem so spacious as to have friends at a distance; they make the latitudes and longitudes.
  720. Nothing new here, except my marrying, which to me is a matter of profound wonder.
  721. Nothing on ‘Relapse’ and very little on ‘Recovery’ was produced by me.
  722. Nothing personal; I just don’t have people over.
  723. Nothing prevents happiness like the memory of happiness.
  724. Nothing reflects so much honor on a workman as a trial of his work and its endurance of it. So it is with God. It honors Him when His saints preserve their integrity.
  725. Nothing retains less of desire in art, in science, than this will to industry, booty, possession.
  726. Nothing says holidays, like a cheese log.
  727. Nothing seems at first sight less important than the outward form of human actions, yet there is nothing upon which men set more store: they grow used to everything except to living in a society which has not their own manners.
  728. Nothing separates the generations more than music. By the time a child is eight or nine, he has developed a passion for his own music that is even stronger than his passions for procrastination and weird clothes.
  729. Nothing so dates a man as to decry the younger generation.
  730. Nothing so needs reforming as other people’s habits.
  731. Nothing splendid was ever created in cold blood. Heat is required to forge anything. Every great accomplishment is the story of a flaming heart.
  732. Nothing strengthens the judgment and quickens the conscience like individual responsibility.
  733. Nothing succeeds like success. Get a little success, and then just get a little more.
  734. Nothing succeeds like success.
  735. Nothing takes the taste out of peanut butter quite like unrequited love.
  736. Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.
  737. Nothing that you have not given away will ever be really yours.
  738. Nothing to excess.
  739. Nothing turns out to be so oppressive and unjust as a feeble government.
  740. Nothing will ever be as big as ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ for me.
  741. Nothing will work unless you do.
  742. Nothing would be more profitable to us than a right history of mankind.
  743. Nothing wrong with making money.
  744. Nothing’s ever easy as long as you go on living.
  745. Nothing’s faster than the Internet.
  746. Notice that the stiffest tree is most easily cracked, while the bamboo or willow survives by bending with the wind.
  747. Notwithstanding these setbacks, the dream of a beautiful American orchestra goes on, and I share Dr. King’s faith that each year we move inexorably closer to a magnificent opening night.
  748. Novels are pirated all the time, but it’s hard to imagine that you’re at work and you open up the attachment that your brother sent you and it’s the new Phillip Roth novel.
  749. Novels are so much unrulier and more stressful to write. A short story can last two pages and then it’s over, and that’s kind of a relief. I really like balancing the two.
  750. Novels are such mysterious and amorphous and tender things.
  751. Novelty is the universal cry – novelty by hook or by crook! It is an exceedingly common mania among people of inordinate wealth to exact incessantly new or so-called new dishes.
  752. Now and then, someone would accuse me of being evil – of letting people destroy themselves while I watched, just so I could film them and tape-record them. But I didn’t think of myself as evil – just realistic.
  753. Now, anybody who thinks that we can move this economy forward with just a few folks at the top doing well, hoping that it’s going to trickle down to working people who are running faster and faster just to keep up, you’ll never see it.
  754. Now, as a comic, if you’re vaguely amusing you can go straight into TV, then you play the O2 and then everyone’s sick of you.
  755. Now, as a nation, we don’t promise equal outcomes, but we were founded on the idea everybody should have an equal opportunity to succeed. No matter who you are, what you look like, where you come from, you can make it. That’s an essential promise of America. Where you start should not determine where you end up.
  756. Now, as far as I know, nobody has ever put up the U.S.’s nuclear missiles on the Internet. I mean, it’s not something I’ve heard about.
  757. Now before I work out, I think, ‘I love exercise,’ and it works.
  758. Now everyone takes it for granted that you can look up movie reviews, track locations, and order stuff online. I wish there was a way we could take it away from people for a day so they could remember what it was like without it.
  759. Now, God be praised, that to believing souls gives light in darkness, comfort in despair.
  760. Now, honestly, every movie set that I go on, I walk onto set with the confidence that there is nothing that they can throw at me that’s gonna surprise me.
  761. Now I can look back and say I actually like the upbringing I had and my father was very attentive and a great educator.
  762. Now I design what I want to wear, and it works that way.
  763. Now I realize that from ’72 through to about ’76, I was the ultimate rock star. I couldn’t have been more rock star.
  764. Now I say I’m a diarist with an explanation I’ll get back to you on. Someday I may try and write in memoir form.
  765. Now I think that going to the gym is the best drug. I go four times a week and it gives me the buzz I need.
  766. Now I will say this to every sinner, though he should think himself to be the worst sinner who ever lived: cry to the Lord and seek Him while He may be found. A throne of grace is a place fitted for you. By simple faith, go to your Savior, for He is the throne of grace.
  767. Now, if we look at the way in which the labor movement itself has evolved over the last couple of decades, we see increasing numbers of black people who are in the leadership of the labor movement and this is true today.
  768. Now I’m kind of established as a director, I much prefer directing to writing.
  769. Now I’m more sure and I feel myself more comfortable singing.
  770. Now is a time where there are so many social networks, such need for validation… you don’t have to be a star or a politician to want to have likes or dislikes. Now there is a disease of popularity in the whole society.
  771. Now is the winter of our discontent.
  772. Now, occasionally I will still have that quarter pounder because I love fast food, but you have to keep it to a minimum.
  773. Now on Friday nights, if I want to go hang out with friends, I go hang out with friends. If I want to stay in and be in the hot tub and have people over to watch movies, I do that.
  774. Now, one thing I tell everyone is learn about real estate. Repeat after me: real estate provides the highest returns, the greatest values and the least risk.
  775. Now, Richard Pryor was unique. Many misunderstood his humor. He lit up the hallway, but they didn’t understand his use of profanity. He didn’t use it just to be using it; he used it in the context of his satire.
  776. Now that I have a dog, I frequently have to take him out and get some exercise, which also gets me exercise.
  777. Now that I understand that I’m an addict, I definitely have compassion for my mother. I get it.
  778. Now that I’m a parent, I understand why my father was in a bad mood a lot.
  779. Now that I’m older, I see the benefits of having free time to release energy.
  780. Now that I’ve moved to Mumbai, I should perhaps get a horse. It’ll be a nice escape from my everyday life.
  781. Now that the House of Commons is trying to become useful, it does a great deal of harm.
  782. Now that we’re poisoned with the culture of superheroes, I think it’s important to laugh about it.
  783. Now the British are coming. I think Cameron should ask the Chinese government not to make people ‘disappear’ or to jail them merely because they have different opinions.
  784. Now, the typical way you make good things happen in Washington is you find a bunch of wealthy companies who agree with you.
  785. Now, there are some who would like to rewrite history – revisionist historians is what I like to call them.
  786. Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.
  787. Now, we are selling over 5 million songs a day now. Isn’t that unbelievable? That’s 58 songs every second of every minute of every hour of every day.
  788. Now we Democrats believe that America is still the country of fair play, that we can come out of a small town or a poor neighborhood and have the same chance as anyone else, and it doesn’t matter whether we are black or Hispanic, or disabled or women.
  789. Now we have a problem in making our power credible, and Vietnam is the place.
  790. Now, we put out a lot of carbon dioxide every year, over 26 billion tons. For each American, it’s about 20 tons. For people in poor countries, it’s less than one ton. It’s an average of about five tons for everyone on the planet. And, somehow, we have to make changes that will bring that down to zero.
  791. Now we’re in the midst of not just advocating for change, not just calling for change – we’re doing the grinding, sometimes frustrating work of delivering change – inch by inch, day by day.
  792. Now, when I hear that Christians are getting together in order to defend the people of Israel, of course it brings joy to my heart. And it simply says, look, people have learned from history.
  793. Now when I’m not working, I don’t really hang out with the young comics.
  794. Now you have a choice: we can give more tax breaks to corporations that ship jobs overseas, or we can start rewarding companies that open new plants and train new workers and create new jobs here, in the United States of America.
  795. Nowadays, a critic has to watch 700, 800 films a year, and I know through experience, being a juror in prestigious film festivals where supposedly the best films are arriving, from twenty films maybe you see two that are good, one that is so-so, and one that is extraordinary. And the other sixteen are terrible.
  796. Nowadays, everybody wanna be weird. We know how to manifest being weird.
  797. Nowadays in pop, there’s not a lot of men that are singing big and loud and high – it’s not as common as it once was.
  798. Nowadays, manners are easy and life is hard.
  799. Nowadays, many Americans have forgotten the meaning and traditions of Memorial Day. At cemeteries across the country, the graves of the fallen are sadly ignored, and worse, neglected.
  800. Nowadays people don’t know how to handle it if all the ends aren’t tied up and they’re not told what to think in films. And if they’re challenged, they think it’s something wrong with the film.
  801. Nowadays, politically, everybody is promising everything. That’s the only way you can get elected.
  802. Nowadays, the truth is, I think a lot of the newer generation of action stars usually are pretty self-deprecating and cool. I mean, Dwayne Johnson is a great example.
  803. Nowadays, there’s no such thing as a stable job.
  804. Nowadays, we have become so busy in our work, especially in our phone, that we don’t go out for workout. It creates a lot of health problems.
  805. Nowadays you don’t need to be a senator or a CEO or a celebrity to have a voice in the media, and if you happen to be a senator, a CEO or a celebrity, you have a thousand people each with their own respective audiences to hold you accountable.
  806. Nowhere has specialization penetrated so deeply into the building professions as North America.
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  808. Nuclear energy, in terms of an overall safety record, is better than other energy.
  809. Nullification means insurrection and war; and the other states have a right to put it down.
  810. Number of people have said to me, after hearing your thinking, their mind becomes much more happier.
  811. Nurture your minds with great thoughts. To believe in the heroic makes heroes.
  812. Nutrition is so important. It can’t be stressed enough.
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