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Articles: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ BFUHS Faridkot Punjab Exam Results Jobs Recruitment Vacancies Careers News Babe Ruth is an icon, in sports and in our society. ‘Babel’ is about the point of view of others. It literally includes points of views as experienced from the other side. It is not about a hero. It is not about only […]

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  2. Babe Ruth is an icon, in sports and in our society.
  3. ‘Babel’ is about the point of view of others. It literally includes points of views as experienced from the other side. It is not about a hero. It is not about only one country. It is a prism that allows us to see the same reality from different angles.
  4. Babies and young children are like the research and development division of the human species, and we grown-ups are production and marketing.
  5. Babies make you do things for them. They get you up and they get you moving.
  6. Baboons take a bit of getting to know but, apparently, once you break the ice, so to speak, they are complex and interesting creatures with elaborate societies.
  7. Babylon is everywhere. You have wrong and you have right. Wrong is what we call Babylon, wrong things. That is what Babylon is to me. I could have born in England, I could have born in America, it make no difference where me born, because there is Babylon everywhere.
  8. Bacchus, n.: A convenient deity invented by the ancients as an excuse for getting drunk.
  9. Back in England, a girl with thick black hair, dusky skin and big brown eyes will turn heads. It is vice versa in India.
  10. Back in the 1980s, you could learn how to add memory cards to your PC in a Radio Shack.
  11. Back when I was 8 or 9 and wanted to be a nun, I would often stop at church on my way home from school.
  12. Back when I was a professional model-maker at Industrial Light & Magic, my specialty was hard-edged construction – spaceships, miniature sets, and architectural stuff. These objects were sometimes just 12 inches across yet needed enough detail to fill a movie screen.
  13. Back when people couldn’t read, other people would take newspapers and turn them into theater so that people would know what was going on in the world. That is a powerful thing.
  14. Backbite. To speak of a man as you find him when he can’t find you.
  15. Backstage life is terrific training for an actor, seeing shows from the wings.
  16. Bad food is made without pride, by cooks who have no pride, and no love. Bad food is made by chefs who are indifferent, or who are trying to be everything to everybody, who are trying to please everyone… Bad food is fake food… food that shows fear and lack of confidence in people’s ability to discern or to make decisions about their lives.
  17. Bad laws are the worst sort of tyranny.
  18. Bad men are full of repentance.
  19. Bad news isn’t wine. It doesn’t improve with age.
  20. Bad people are, from the point of view of art, fascinating studies. They represent colour, variety and strangeness. Good people exasperate one’s reason; bad people stir one’s imagination.
  21. Bad presidents don’t deserve holidays. They deserve scorn.
  22. Bad taste creates many more millionaires than good taste.
  23. Bad things happen sometimes.
  24. Bad times have a scientific value. These are occasions a good learner would not miss.
  25. Badly constructed houses do for the healthy what badly constructed hospitals do for the sick. Once insure that the air in a house is stagnant, and sickness is certain to follow.
  26. Baldwin thought Europe was a bore, and Chamberlain thought it was only a greater Birmingham.
  27. Ballot formats should be standardized nationally rather than left to the often bad judgment of local officials.
  28. Ballots are the rightful and peaceful successors to bullets.
  29. Ballroom dancing: it’s a wonderful thing at so many levels because you’ve got to follow the rules. They used to call those rules etiquette once upon a time, but you don’t really have that any more.
  30. Ballroom is two people dancing together to music, touching in perfect harmony.
  31. Bananas are great, as I believe them to be the only known cure for existential dread. Also, Mother Teresa said that in India, a woman dying in the street will share her banana with anyone who needs it, whereas in America, people amass and hoard as many bananas as they can to sell for an exorbitant profit. So half of them go bad, anyway.
  32. Bands like Nirvana had theatrical sensibilities, playing with image, challenging assumptions people were making about them, the apex being Kurt Cobain in a dress to make a point.
  33. Bank failures are caused by depositors who don’t deposit enough money to cover losses due to mismanagement.
  34. Bankers cannot afford to be concerned with only the economic aspects of projects. There may be serious implications on the natural environment, the urban environment, on human culture.
  35. Banks have a new image. Now you have ‘a friend,’ your friendly banker. If the banks are so friendly, how come they chain down the pens?
  36. Barack Obama did tell me that I was one of Michelle Obama’s favorite actors.
  37. Barack Obama is a radical, and we should not be afraid to say that.
  38. Barbecue may not be the road to world peace, but it’s a start.
  39. Barometer, n.: An ingenious instrument which indicates what kind of weather we are having.
  40. Baseball has the great advantage over cricket of being sooner ended.
  41. Baseball has undergone and absorbed a whole set of dislocations.
  42. Baseball hasn’t forgotten me. I go to a lot of old-timers games and I haven’t lost a thing. I sit in the bullpen and let people throw things at me. Just like old times.
  43. Based on AdWords editorial and professional requirements, which headline is most likely to generate clicks?
  44. Bashfulness is an ornament to youth, but a reproach to old age.
  45. Basically, an artist should be a mirror, or a reflection of society or his or her environment. What you see is what you can articulate.
  46. Basically, at the very bottom of life, which seduces us all, there is only absurdity, and more absurdity. And maybe that’s what gives us our joy for living, because the only thing that can defeat absurdity is lucidity.
  47. Basically I am just another actor who loves his work and this thing about age only exists in the media.
  48. Basically, I believe the world is a jungle, and if it’s not a bit of a jungle in the home, a child cannot possibly be fit to enter the outside world.
  49. Basically, I live to do gigs.
  50. Basically, I still have the privacy that all celebrities crave, except for those celebrities who feel that privacy reflects some kind of failure on their part.
  51. Basically, I think you need two things to get by in this world: a sense of humor and the ability to laugh when your ego is destroyed.
  52. Basically, I’m for anything that gets you through the night – be it prayer, tranquilizers or a bottle of Jack Daniels.
  53. Basically, I’m one of the greatest producers ever. And I’m also one of the greatest DJs ever. And I’m also one of the best executives ever.
  54. Basically, the person in the White House should be principled, should have a philosophy about food that relates directly to organic agriculture. I will continue to push for that.
  55. Basically, we used to have a rule at ‘Saturday Night Live’ that you’re not allowed to bring up ‘The Simpsons’ at the rewrite table, because ‘The Simpsons’ has done every joke there is. Every week there would be guys going, ‘The Simpsons did that.’ I go, ‘C’mon.’ And ‘South Park,’ too.
  56. Basically what I’m trying to tell you is that it’s almost impossible to drive a jet ski at night time unless you’re in a city with lights lit up so you can navigate. Besides being pitch black, that water turn black at night. Listen, I don’t recommend it.
  57. Basically you have to suppress your own ambitions in order to be who you need to be.
  58. Basketball is my favorite sport, and I’m also a very passionate football fan.
  59. Basting is evil. Basting does nothing for the meat. Why? Skin. Skin is designed to keep stuff out of the bird, so basting just lets heat out of the oven. That means the turkey will take longer to cook… so don’t touch that door!
  60. Bath twice a day to be really clean, once a day to be passably clean, once a week to avoid being a public menace.
  61. Batman had a certain speech pattern that I established because he was always Sherlock Holmes-ian. He was Basil Rathbone. In other words, he was always musing about something.
  62. ‘Batman’ was a colorful and wild ride.
  63. Battle is an orgy of disorder.
  64. Battle is the most magnificent competition in which a human being can indulge. It brings out all that is best; it removes all that is base. All men are afraid in battle. The coward is the one who lets his fear overcome his sense of duty. Duty is the essence of manhood.
  65. Battle, n., A method of untying with the teeth a political knot that would not yield to the tongue.
  66. Battles are won by slaughter and maneuver. The greater the general, the more he contributes in maneuver, the less he demands in slaughter.
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  69. Be a philosopher but, amid all your philosophy be still a man.
  70. Be a player; don’t play yourself. And don’t play basketball. That’s not your sport, Jeb Bush.
  71. Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren’t used to an environment where excellence is expected.
  72. Be amusing: never tell unkind stories; above all, never tell long ones.
  73. Be as a tower firmly set; Shakes not its top for any blast that blows.
  74. Be as polite to the custodian as you are to the chairman of the board.
  75. Be as smart as you can, but remember that it is always better to be wise than to be smart.
  76. Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.
  77. Be aware of textural elements throughout a party, like silverware, stemware, and linens. But the biggest element is metaphorical: it’s your own touch. How are you making people feel?
  78. Be bold and boast, just like the cock beside the hen.
  79. Be brave enough to live life creatively. The creative place where no one else has ever been.
  80. Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.
  81. Be careful not to start a company that really belongs as a feature of another company, like the 25 Twitter URL shortener companies out there. Pick a real problem that’s here to stay.
  82. Be careful to leave your sons well instructed rather than rich, for the hopes of the instructed are better than the wealth of the ignorant.
  83. Be careful with the man jewelry. A little goes a long way.
  84. Be careless in your dress if you must, but keep a tidy soul.
  85. Be content with what you have; rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.
  86. Be content with your lot; one cannot be first in everything.
  87. ‘Be Cool’ was a defining movie for me.
  88. Be fair with others, but then keep after them until they’re fair with you.
  89. Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.
  90. Be faithful to that which exists within yourself.
  91. Be generous and you can be the best person who ever lived.
  92. Be good to others, that will protect you against evil.
  93. Be happy with being you. Love your flaws. Own your quirks. And know that you are just as perfect as anyone else, exactly as you are.
  94. Be honest, be nice, be a flower not a weed.
  95. Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.
  96. Be magnificent. Life’s short. Get out there. You can do it. Everyone can do it. Everyone.
  97. Be more dedicated to making solid achievements than in running after swift but synthetic happiness.
  98. Be nice to the whites, they need you to rediscover their humanity.
  99. Be nice to whites, they need you to rediscover their humanity.
  100. Be not afraid of being called un-fashionable.
  101. Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.
  102. Be not simply good – be good for something.
  103. Be not the first by whom the new are tried, Nor yet the last to lay the old aside.
  104. Be of love a little more careful than of anything.
  105. Be on the world, not of it…As a waterdrop on a lotusleaf…
  106. Be passionate and move forward with gusto every single hour of every single day until you reach your goal.
  107. Be pleasant until ten o’clock in the morning and the rest of the day will take care of itself.
  108. Be polite to all, but intimate with few.
  109. Be reactionary. React to what the market wants. And the market wants one-on-one real time engagement. Now that we have the tools to engage, I’m going to continue fighting for the end user.
  110. Be slow in choosing a friend, slower in changing.
  111. Be smarter than other people, just don’t tell them so.
  112. Be sure you put your feet in the right place, then stand firm.
  113. Be the change you want to see in the world.
  114. Be the chief but never the lord.
  115. Be thou incapable of change in that which is right, and men will rely upon thee. Establish unto thyself principles of action; and see that thou ever act according to them. First know that thy principles are just, and then be thou.
  116. Be true to the game, because the game will be true to you. If you try to shortcut the game, then the game will shortcut you. If you put forth the effort, good things will be bestowed upon you. That’s truly about the game, and in some ways that’s about life too.
  117. Be truthful, nature only sides with truth.
  118. Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.
  119. Be your own artist, and always be confident in what you’re doing. If you’re not going to be confident, you might as well not be doing it.
  120. Be yourself. I had this three-week period where I wore this straw fedora. I thought it was what chicks wanted. And then it dawned on me that I was trying to be something that I wasn’t, so I took the fedora off. So be yourself.
  121. Beating the tea party gang is more important than who does the beating.
  122. Beaujolais is so underrated.
  123. Beauties in vain their pretty eyes may roll; charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul.
  124. Beautiful film music can be made relevant to any period.
  125. Beautiful sentences pop into my head. Beautiful sentences that aren’t always absolutely accurate. Then, I have to choose between the beautiful sentence and being absolutely accurate. It can be a difficult choice.
  126. Beauty and femininity are ageless and can’t be contrived, and glamour, although the manufacturers won’t like this, cannot be manufactured. Not real glamour; it’s based on femininity.
  127. Beauty and folly are old companions.
  128. Beauty awakens the soul to act.
  129. Beauty comes in all forms. It’s not just external; it’s internal as well.
  130. Beauty does not mean one thing but not something else.
  131. Beauty fades away.
  132. Beauty has as many meanings as man has moods. Beauty is the symbol of symbols. Beauty reveals everything, because it expresses nothing. When it shows us itself, it shows us the whole fiery-coloured world.
  133. Beauty in distress is much the most affecting beauty.
  134. Beauty in things exists in the mind which contemplates them.
  135. Beauty is a short-lived tyranny.
  136. Beauty is all very well at first sight; but who ever looks at it when it has been in the house three days?
  137. Beauty is an outward gift, which is seldom despised, except by those to whom it has been refused.
  138. Beauty is eternity gazing at itself in a mirror.
  139. Beauty is in the strangest places. A piece of garbage floating in the wind. And that beauty exists in America. It exists everywhere. You have to develop an eye for it and be able to see it.
  140. Beauty is mysterious as well as terrible. God and devil are fighting there, and the battlefield is the heart of man.
  141. Beauty is no dead thing. It is the manifestation of God in nature. There is not one object in nature untouched by man that is not beautiful, for God’s manifestation is beauty. It shines through all His works, and not only in those that may give pleasure to man.
  142. Beauty is not caused. It is.
  143. Beauty is not skin-deep; it can be a means of self-affirmation, a true indicator of personality and confidence.
  144. Beauty is now defined by your bones sticking out of your decolletage. For that to be the standard is really perilous for women.
  145. Beauty is only skin deep. If you go after someone just because she’s beautiful but don’t have anything to talk about, it’s going to get boring fast. You want to look beyond the surface and see if you can have fun or if you have anything in common with this person.
  146. Beauty is subjective and should not be limited to only what we see on the outside.
  147. Beauty is that quality which, next to money, is generally the most attractive to the worst kinds of men; and, therefore, it is likely to entail a great deal of trouble on the possessor.
  148. Beauty is the only thing that time cannot harm. Philosophies fall away like sand, creeds follow one another, but what is beautiful is a joy for all seasons, a possession for all eternity.
  149. Beauty is the promise of happiness.
  150. Beauty is unbearable, drives us to despair, offering us for a minute the glimpse of an eternity that we should like to stretch out over the whole of time.
  151. Beauty is worse than wine, it intoxicates both the holder and beholder.
  152. Beauty itself is but the sensible image of the Infinite.
  153. Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder.
  154. Beauty, n: the power by which a woman charms a lover and terrifies a husband.
  155. Beauty of whatever kind, in its supreme development, invariably excites the sensitive soul to tears.
  156. Beauty should not be culturally relevant; it should be universal.
  157. Beauty, whether moral or natural, is felt, more properly than perceived.
  158. Beauty will be convulsive or will not be at all.
  159. Beauty without expression is boring.
  160. Beauty without grace is the hook without the bait.
  161. Because forgiveness is like this: a room can be dank because you have closed the windows, you’ve closed the curtains. But the sun is shining outside, and the air is fresh outside. In order to get that fresh air, you have to get up and open the window and draw the curtains apart.
  162. Because Genentech is a leading developer of cancer therapies, some doctors also fear that the company’s pricing plans for Avastin – around $8,800 a month – may encourage other companies to charge more for their own oncology drugs.
  163. Because God gave you your makeup and superintended every moment of your past, including all the hardship, pain, and struggles, He wants to use your words in a unique manner. No one else can speak through your vocal cords, and, equally important, no one else has your story.
  164. Because Great Britain has self-confidence, it doesn’t need a monumental Olympics.
  165. Because her voice is, it’s like the muscles and it develops all the time. That was the fantastic thing for us.
  166. Because I believe in God and have faith in God, it doesn’t mean I am immortal. It doesn’t mean I am immune, as has been claimed. I am as scared as anyone of getting hurt, especially driving a Formula One car.
  167. Because I came out as a singer, I took the time to get an acting coach.
  168. Because I could not stop for death, He kindly stopped for me; The carriage held but just ourselves and immortality.
  169. Because I practice often with my children at home.
  170. Because I remember, I despair. Because I remember, I have the duty to reject despair.
  171. Because I’m not in a record deal, I don’t have to operate in an album format.
  172. Because I’m training so much, I always have a lot of energy. Once I’ve finished training, I come home and have some down time, and then I realise it’s 12:30 A.M. and I should have been in bed 2 hours ago. That can get annoying.
  173. Because in a split second, it’s gone.
  174. Because, in opera, I have to sing for people that are very far from me, instead of, when I sing a song, I try to imagine to sing like in an ear of a child.
  175. Because Jews were kicked out of every country in Europe at one time or another, and plenty of other places as well, there isn’t an ability to identify with a national heritage – you’ll never hear a Jew say ‘I’m German’ or ‘I’m Polish,’ without saying something about being Jewish as well, and for good reason.
  176. Because Mint has access to all of your bank accounts and credit cards, we can detect fraud or unusual spending patterns faster than your bank, then send an email or text message alert to users.
  177. Because nobody goes through life without a scar.
  178. Because of a great love, one is courageous.
  179. Because of indifference, one dies before one actually dies.
  180. Because of its phantom nature, and despite elaborate defense mechanisms, the ego is very vulnerable and insecure, and it sees itself as constantly under threat. This, by the way, is the case even if the ego is outwardly very confident.
  181. Because of lack of moral principle, human life becomes worthless. Moral principle, truthfulness, is a key factor. If we lose that, then there is no future.
  182. Because of my bipolar disorder, I tend to these mixed states, which are depressed but loud and agitated. So I can be terribly irritable. I go to cognitive behavioral therapy in order not to yell at my children.
  183. Because of my Calvinistic upbringing, I was trained to think that what you do has to have a purpose.
  184. Because of my wrestling background, nothing a director can throw at me on a set can faze me.
  185. Because of reality television and all these celebrities thinking they can be designers, everyone imagines that they can just become a designer, photographer, or model, but that’s not the way things work. People have to go to school, learn their craft, and build a brand – that’s the right, healthy way to do things.
  186. Because of technology today, we expect kids to stay in touch with us too much. I think that’s unnatural. We really do have to give kids their freedom and allow them to go off and become adults.
  187. Because of the economic crisis, China and the United States are bound together. This is a totally new phenomenon, and nobody will fight for ideology anymore. It’s all about business.
  188. Because of this, originality consists in returning to the origin.
  189. Because of YouTube, I’m getting fan mail from 10-year-olds and teenagers and college kids.
  190. Because our entire universe is made up of consciousness, we never really experience the universe directly we just experience our consciousness of the universe, our perception of it, so right, our only universe is perception.
  191. Because people have no thoughts to deal in, they deal cards, and try and win one another’s money. Idiots!
  192. Because tax cuts create an incentive to increase output, employment, and production, they also help balance the budget by reducing means-tested government expenditures. A faster-growing economy means lower unemployment and higher incomes, resulting in reduced unemployment benefits and other social welfare programs.
  193. Because TED is for, and by, unbelievably rich people, they tiptoe around questions of the justness of a society that rewards TED attendees so much for what usually amounts to a series of lucky breaks.
  194. Because the Internet is so new, we still don’t really understand what it is. We mistake it for a type of publishing or broadcasting, because that’s what we’re used to. So people complain that there’s a lot of rubbish online, or that it’s dominated by Americans, or that you can’t necessarily trust what you read on the Web.
  195. Because the living environment is what really sustains us.
  196. Because there is a law such as gravity, the universe can and will create itself from nothing.
  197. Because travel has always been such a vital part of myself and so essential to who I am, I have made the decision to continue to put myself back out into the world. And that’s not an easy decision to make.
  198. Because values change, legislatures abolish the death penalty, permit same-sex marriage if they want, abolish laws against homosexual conduct. That’s how the change in a society occurs. Society doesn’t change through a Constitution.
  199. Because we had no money when I was growing up, when I started dancing, I wasn’t allowed to be frivolous – my mum made me go to every lesson because she was paying for it.
  200. Because we had no other relatives living in the U.K., me, my parents and my siblings continuously journeyed abroad to bond with our extended family.
  201. Because we imagine, we can have invention and technology. It’s actually play, not necessity, that is the mother of invention.
  202. Because we’re Jewish, my father immigrated to Holland in 1933, where he became the managing director of the Dutch Opekta Company, which manufactures products used in making jam.
  203. Because work takes up a lot of time, you have to choose your moments for really letting rip. I hang out with my friends and my family and I spend time with my kids when I’m not working. They don’t see my being an actor as exotic. For them, it’s just an everyday thing. Sometimes it’s amusing to them and other times, embarrassing.
  204. Because you are women, people will force their thinking on you, their boundaries on you. They will tell you how to dress, how to behave, who you can meet and where you can go. Don’t live in the shadows of people’s judgement. Make your own choices in the light of your own wisdom.
  205. Because you have things like ‘American Idol’ and you’ve got radio stations that play music made entirely by computers, it’s easy to forget there are bands with actual people playing actual instruments that rock.
  206. Become a fixer, not just a fixture.
  207. Become a student of change. It is the only thing that will remain constant.
  208. Become addicted to constant and never-ending self-improvement.
  209. Become an internationalist and learn to respect all life. Make war on machines. And in particular the sterile machines of corporate death and the robots that guard them.
  210. Becoming a father has made my life a lot more interesting. It’s like everything slows down because time goes slower, and you notice that you’re actually awake for so many more hours. Your waking hours elongate because you’re doing things at a child’s pace.
  211. Becoming an adult means leaving the world of your parents and starting to make your way toward the future that you will share with your peers.
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  213. Been in this game one-hundred years, but I see new ways to lose ’em I never knew existed before.
  214. Bees that have honey in the mouth have stings in their tails
  215. Before 1915, space and time were thought of as a fixed arena in which events took place, but which was not affected by what happened in it. Space and time are now dynamic quantities… space and time not only affect but are also affected by everything that happens in the universe.
  216. Before a brain can register a thought, a mind must think it… every step of the way is mind over matter… We override our brains all the time.
  217. Before a race, I block out what’s going on in the stadium. It’s different for everyone. But for me, I’ve always been able to block it out. For a sprint race, it’s important not to get distracted.
  218. Before Alamein we never had a victory. After Alamein we never had a defeat.
  219. Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.
  220. Before asking your client questions about her business, it is best to tell her the reasons for the questions and the benefit because:
  221. Before broadcasting for 50-some years, I did TV, played 10 years in the big leagues, won a world championship – and played a big part in that, too, letting the Cardinals inject me with hepatitis. Takes a big man to do that.
  222. Before Congress cuts funding for Head Start, Social Security, and financial aid for college, we have got to make sure that large, profitable corporations are paying their fair share of taxes.
  223. Before ever meeting Priyanka Chopra, I had heard her name coming out of Bollywood and was impressed: she was beautiful, talented, had made nearly 50 movies, earned multiple awards – a massive star.
  224. Before God we are all equally wise – and equally foolish.
  225. Before I became an actor, I was a visual artist, and I’ve always hankered for the storytelling behind the camera.
  226. Before I go on stage I pretend that everyone loves me.
  227. Before I left the castle I so fixed its entrances that never more can the Count enter there Undead.
  228. Before I lost my voice, it was slurred, so only those close to me could understand, but with the computer voice, I found I could give popular lectures. I enjoy communicating science. It is important that the public understands basic science, if they are not to leave vital decisions to others.
  229. Before I met Ayn Rand, I was a logical positivist, and accordingly, I didn’t believe in absolutes, moral or otherwise. If I couldn’t prove a proposition with facts and figures, it was without merit.
  230. Before I refuse to take your questions, I have an opening statement.
  231. Before I was famous, when I was just working in Gilbert’s Lodge, everything was moving in slow motion.
  232. Before I was married, I didn’t consider my failure to manage even basic hand tools a feminist inadequacy. I thought it had more to do with being Jewish. The Jews I knew growing up didn’t do ‘do-it-yourself.’ When my father needed to hammer something he generally used his shoe, and the only real tool he owned was a pair of needle-nose pliers.
  233. Before I was shot, I always thought that I was more half-there than all-there – I always suspected that I was watching TV instead of living life. Right when I was being shot and ever since, I knew that I was watching television.
  234. Before I went to jail, I was active in politics as a member of South Africa’s leading organization – and I was generally busy from 7 A.M. until midnight. I never had time to sit and think.
  235. Before introducing mobile site design best practices to your clients, you should examine their.
  236. Before Jason Bourne, before Jack Ryan, there was Bond, James Bond, the original two-dimensional, world-saving secret agent.
  237. Before Katrina, you didn’t see criticism of the Bush administration in the media. Here they are, stealing elections, enacting illegal wars, huge crimes against humanity and democracy, and you didn’t even see criticism. It wasn’t until Katrina that people started to come down on them.
  238. Before marriage, a girl has to make love to a man to hold him. After marriage, she has to hold him to make love to him.
  239. Before Mint.com, I was a long-time user of ‘Microsoft Money’ and Intuit’s ‘Quicken.’ Both were powerful tools, loaded with features and functionality around taxes, investment, budgeting – too feature-laden, in fact. They took hours to set up, forever to learn, and an hour a week to maintain.
  240. Before Nelson Mandela was arrested in 1962, he was an angry, relatively young man. He founded the ANC’s military wing. When he was released, he surprised everyone because he was talking about reconciliation and forgiveness and not about revenge.
  241. Before printing was discovered, a century was equal to a thousand years.
  242. Before Social Security existed, about half of America’s senior citizens lived in poverty.
  243. Before the 21st century, stories became popular because people talked about them in other publications or shared magazine and newspaper clippings with friends.
  244. Before the BBC, I joined the Navy in order to travel.
  245. Before the browser can render the page, it needs to construct the:
  246. Before the effect one believes in different causes than one does after the effect.
  247. Before the start of a meeting, thinking about the meeting’s desired outcome will:
  248. Before the throne of the Almighty, man will be judged not by his acts but by his intentions. For God alone reads our hearts.
  249. Before the web and these highly focused entities, journalists got to decide what was important to tell their audience and educated their readers. Now, journalists have to try and understand what their consumer actually wants to read and what angle they are looking for in order to keep audiences engaged in a highly competitive world.
  250. Before we acquire great power we must acquire wisdom to use it well.
  251. Before we understand science, it is natural to believe that God created the universe.
  252. Before you meet with your new client, your online research showed that she played golf for a local college you also attended. Bringing this up in when you meet would:
  253. Before you start some work, always ask yourself three questions – Why am I doing it, What the results might be and Will I be successful. Only when you think deeply and find satisfactory answers to these questions, go ahead.
  254. Before you try to keep up with the Joneses, be sure they’re not trying to keep up with you.
  255. Begin challenging your assumptions. Your assumptions are the windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in awhile or the light won’t come in.
  256. Begin challenging your own assumptions. Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in while, or the light won’t come in.
  257. Begin with the end in mind.
  258. Beginning today, treat everyone you meet as if they were going to be dead by midnight. Extend to them all the care, kindness and understanding you can muster, and do it with no thought of any reward. Your life will never be the same again.
  259. Behavior is what a man does, not what he thinks, feels, or believes.
  260. Behind all their personal vanity, women themselves always have an impersonal contempt for woman.
  261. Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people.
  262. Behold, at this hour our moral history is being preserved for eternity. Processes are at work which will perpetuate our every act and word and thought.
  263. Behold the child, by Nature’s kindly law pleased with a rattle, tickled with a straw.
  264. Beijing’s Olympics were very grand – they were trying to throw a party for the world, but the hosts didn’t enjoy it. The government didn’t care about people’s feelings because it was trying to create an image.
  265. Being 300-some pounds is not always healthy. You can say what you want about it, I don’t want to do it.
  266. Being a celebrity can be dangerous. Nobody says ‘no.’
  267. Being a champion is not just being a frontrunner and being ahead, but it’s facing adversity.
  268. Being a child at home alone in the summer is a high-risk occupation. If you call your mother at work thirteen times an hour, she can hurt you.
  269. Being a child that grew up with a single mom back in the ’70s, Father’s Day to me was always a very uncomfortable time. At school, we would make Father’s Day cards for our dads, and I usually mailed one to my dad, and he hardly ever responded.
  270. Being a Christian is more than just an instantaneous conversion – it is a daily process whereby you grow to be more and more like Christ.
  271. Being a competitive dancer is an expensive business – you have to buy the £2,000 or so tail suit and the shoes, and then get yourself around the world to the competitions. And there is not a lot of money to be made in competing.
  272. Being a competitor, you always believe you can come back. I’ll be up at 3 in the morning watching World Cup races in my hotel whether I’m in Asia on a business trip or in New York City and have to get up in 2 hours.
  273. Being a developmental psychologist didn’t make me any better at dealing with my own children, no. I muddled through, and, believe me, fretted and worried with the best of them.
  274. Being a full human being is difficult, frightening, and problematical.
  275. Being a geek is all about learning the inventories of things.
  276. Being a good person begins with being a wise person. Then, when you follow your conscience, will you be headed in the right direction.
  277. Being a husband is a whole-time job. That is why so many husbands fail. They cannot give their entire attention to it.
  278. Being a hybrid maker off and on over the years, I’m very comfortable with the idea and have been the subject of quite a few pretty good mash-ups myself.
  279. Being a Jew, one learns to believe in the reality of cruelty and one learns to recognize indifference to human suffering as a fact.
  280. Being a model, you know, it’s a short-lived vocation.
  281. Being a musician, especially at the major label where you work for so long, it becomes a cycle. Write a record, make a record, tour. It’s just this cycle, and I don’t think there’s any life built into it with time to assimilate what’s going on in front of you and what’s going on in your head.
  282. Being a parent has taught me a lot of things already, you know, though it’s only been a year and half, and has made me address parts of myself that I would otherwise live in comfortable denial of, or you know and – you know, for instance, my self-loathing.
  283. Being a parent is not just about how you treat your child; it’s also about how you treat the other parent. If you treat that person with respect, that’s fine, that’s the way to go. But if you don’t, you’re not being the parent you could be.
  284. Being a rapper is about being cool, but being a comedian, you’re not supposed to be the coolest guy.
  285. Being a role model is a privilege.
  286. Being a sex symbol is a heavy load to carry, especially when one is tired, hurt and bewildered.
  287. Being a singer, I can easily break facial extremities, but breaking my nose in Luxembourg was extremely painful.
  288. Being a singer is a natural gift. It means I’m using to the highest degree possible the gift that God gave me to use. I’m happy with that.
  289. Being a soldier’s daughter, I understand that what they are doing is the real deal. But me giving statement on the issue is of no significance.
  290. Being a star just means that you just find your own special place, and that you shine where you are. To me, that’s what being a star means.
  291. Being a student of hip-hop in general, you take technical aspects from places. You may take a rhyme pattern or flow from Big Daddy Kane or Kool G Rap.
  292. Being a vegan is a first-world phenomenon, completely self-indulgent.
  293. Being able to be one of the headline bands on Warped Tour was a dream I had since I was in middle school.
  294. Being able to do research in a real-time way is the way research needs to be done in the future.
  295. Being able to play basketball at a high level, adjusting to the ball in the air, quick feet, quick hands and all that stuff definitely translates to playing tight end in the National Football League.
  296. Being able to see an activity log of where a kid has been going on the Internet is a good thing.
  297. Being able to stay home with my children is what I prefer.
  298. Being American and being an outsider at the same time, it’s a perspective I often bring to a character.
  299. Being an actor is really, really hard, no matter how you slice it.
  300. Being an actress hasn’t made me insecure. I was insecure long before I declared I was an actress.
  301. Being an actress, I find myself people-watching and I can be quite shy.
  302. Being an All-Star is everything.
  303. Being an artist is a very long game. It is not a 10-year game. I hope I’ll be around making art when I’m 80.
  304. Being around some of the bright lights of the technology world and having them expect great things helps you sit down and do it seriously.
  305. Being at ease with not knowing is crucial for answers to come to you.
  306. Being at the Apollo, I was always starstruck.
  307. Being born, especially being born a person of color, is a political act in itself.
  308. Being born is like being kidnapped. And then sold into slavery.
  309. Being British, I don’t want to be all paranoid and arrogant and think people are looking at me because, really, I’m nothing.
  310. Being brought up very religious, I have a fear of people that look to idol gods.
  311. Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.
  312. Being elected to Congress, though I am very grateful to our friends for having done it, has not pleased me as much as I expected.
  313. Being essentially a creator, I never set out to shock, always thinking about creating my work and not about the benefits it could produce.
  314. Being excitable and passionate is what makes you look good because if you’re engaged in what’s going on, you radiate youth.
  315. Being fit is the easiest part of being a dance professional. I used to just throw on a backpack full of rocks and run up a hill. You don’t even have to go to a gym.
  316. Being flooded with information doesn’t mean we have the right information or that we’re in touch with the right people.
  317. Being from the heartland of America, I do not think one should have to go to Washington to seek justice.
  318. Being funny is everything to me.
  319. Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art. Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art.
  320. Being honest with the public is how they respect you.
  321. Being ignorant is not so much a shame, as being unwilling to learn.
  322. Being in a fishbowl, everybody looking at every move you make, talking about everything you do – it’s just a hard life to live.
  323. Being in the consumer business helps us groom talent in areas like marketing, finance and logistics. We can benchmark our outsourcing business to our consumer business and its best practices.
  324. Being in the dark, there’s a real weight to it. It’s heavy.
  325. Being in the Navy, when I came home, it changed your whole life. You’re 18, you go away for two and a half years, you come home – boy, you’re a different person.
  326. Being in the public eye, you’re always worried about what angle people are going to take pictures of you at. I don’t really care anymore.
  327. Being in touch with the natural world is crucial.
  328. Being is the great explainer.
  329. Being Jewish is a big part of my artistic sensibility and my humor… I think it gives me a certain take on the world on a literary level.
  330. Being Michael Jordan means acting the same as I always have.
  331. Being more aware creates responsibility. What does responsibility mean? It means the ability to respond. The more conscious you are in your ability to respond, the more creative you’ll be.
  332. Being noticed can be a burden. Jesus got himself crucified because he got himself noticed. So I disappear a lot.
  333. Being number two sucks.
  334. Being offended by freedom of speech should never be regarded as a justification for violence.
  335. Being older, I can’t imagine a parent not wanting to be in their kid’s life. I will just never understand it. To me, it’s priceless.
  336. Being on a book tour is like being on the seesaw when you’re a little kid. The excitement is in having someone to play with, and in rising up in the air, but then you’re at the mercy of those holding you down, and if it’s your older brother, or Paul Wolfowitz, they leap up, so that you crash down and get hurt.
  337. Being on a show with a female lead is amazing for me. I love that.
  338. Being on stage is not creating, it’s re-creating.
  339. Being on the stage in New York is always exciting because you feel like you’re part of the life of the city.
  340. Being on tour is like being in limbo. It’s like going from nowhere to nowhere.
  341. Being pregnant finally helped me understand what my true relationship was with my body – meaning that it wasn’t put on this earth to look good in a swimsuit.
  342. Being prepared helps you feel more confident at the doctor’s office. Think about what you want to ask and write those questions down.
  343. Being professional is just really clearly the way to go and helps you on the road to longevity.
  344. Being second is to be the first of the ones who lose.
  345. Being shoved into the top-40 scene was an unusual experience. It was great I’d become accessible to a huge audience but not terribly fulfilling.
  346. Being the Queen is not all about singing, and being a diva is not all about singing. It has much to do with your service to people. And your social contributions to your community and your civic contributions as well.
  347. Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me. Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful, that’s what matters to me.
  348. Being unemployed – or working at minimum wage – is rough in the best of circumstances.
  349. Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.
  350. Being with a woman all night never hurt no professional baseball player. It’s staying up all night looking for a woman that does him in.
  351. Belief in oneself is incredibly infectious. It generates momentum, the collective force of which far outweighs any kernel of self-doubt that may creep in.
  352. Belief is a wise wager. Granted that faith cannot be proved, what harm will come to you if you gamble on its truth and it proves false? If you gain, you gain all; if you lose, you lose nothing. Wager, then, without hesitation, that He exists.
  353. Belief is nothing but a more vivid, lively, forcible, firm, steady conception of an object, than what the imagination alone is ever able to attain.
  354. Believe it or not, I was just given an honorary doctorate degree from the University of Tennessee.
  355. Believe me, I did not come to London to cook farmed fish. All my fish are wild.
  356. Believe me, than in half the creeds.
  357. Believe those who are seeking the truth. Doubt those who find it.
  358. Believe you can and you’re halfway there.
  359. Believers, look up – take courage. The angels are nearer than you think.
  360. Believing in progress does not mean believing that any progress has yet been made.
  361. Belinda’s boutique just started carrying 3 new designer labels. She wants to show an image ad announcing the new collections to people who are browsing websites about designer clothing. Which campaign type is a good fit?
  362. Belladonna, n.: In Italian a beautiful lady; in English a deadly poison. A striking example of the essential identity of the two tongues.
  363. Ben is creating product images. A common best practice is to:
  364. Benefits are rarely made public in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, where companies must report the pay and options that their five highest-paid executives receive.
  365. Benito Mussolini created the word ‘fascism.’ He defined it as ‘the merging of the state and the corporation.’ He also said a more accurate word would be ‘corporatism.’ This was the definition in Webster’s up until 1987 when a corporation bought Webster’s and changed it to exclude any mention of corporations.
  366. Besides being a prime cause of poor economic growth, poor governance breeds corruption, which cripples investment, wastes resources, and diminishes confidence.
  367. Besides film, I’d like to be the young Regis. That would be great. Going back and forth from L.A. to New York. Doing stuff on food. Doing stuff on kids. Just talking about issues that are relevant. Doing things on the Olympic Games.
  368. Besides the actual reading in class of many poems, I would suggest you do two things: first, while teaching everything you can and keeping free of it, teach that poetry is a mode of discourse that differs from logical exposition.
  369. Besides walking, I do stretches every day. I had back trouble starting when I turned 40, so I have to stretch out my muscles every day.
  370. Best wine if you’re stranded on a deserted island? 1982 Salon Champagne.
  371. Betrayal is the only truth that sticks.
  372. Better a broken promise than none at all.
  373. Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without.
  374. Better a serpent than a stepmother!
  375. Better a smartass than a dumbass.
  376. Better a witty fool than a foolish wit.
  377. Better be wise by the misfortunes of others than by your own.
  378. Better do a good deed near at home than go far away to burn incense.
  379. Better keep yourself clean and bright; you are the window through which you must see the world.
  380. Better lucky than good.
  381. Better never than late.
  382. Better not be at all than not be noble.
  383. Better remain silent, better not even think, if you are not prepared to act.
  384. Better smart than beautiful.
  385. Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace.
  386. Better than worshiping gods is obedience to the laws of righteousness.
  387. Better three hours too soon than a minute too late.
  388. Better to fight for something than live for nothing.
  389. Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.
  390. Better ways to diagnose, treat and prevent E. coli 0157:H7 infections are badly needed.
  391. Between men and women there is no friendship possible. There is passion, enmity, worship, love, but no friendship.
  392. Between speeches and awards, you can find something to do every other week. It’s hard to write. Your focus gets splintered. Once you put one thing in your calendar, that month is gone.
  393. Between the ages of fifteen and twenty-four, I must have read a whole library.
  394. Between us and heaven or hell there is only life, which is the frailest thing in the world.
  395. Beware beginings.
  396. Beware lest you lose the substance by grasping at the shadow.
  397. Beware of endeavoring to become a great man in a hurry. One such attempt in ten thousand may succeed. These are fearful odds.
  398. Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.
  399. Beware of little expenses. A small leak will sink a great ship.
  400. Beware of no man more than of yourself; we carry our worst enemies within us.
  401. Beware of the man who does not return your blow: he neither forgives you nor allows you to forgive yourself.
  402. Beware that you do not lose the substance by grasping at the shadow.
  403. Beware the hobby that eats.
  404. Beware the tyranny of the weak. They just suck you dry.
  405. Beyonce is cool, and she can really sing.
  406. Beyond attracting visitors to your site and allowing for real-time customer service to delight customers, social media interaction is also valuable for:
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  409. Big banks have long had private equity divisions that put up capital for deals too complex or risky for individual shareholders to finance.
  410. Big challenges are an accumulation of small challenges.
  411. Big climbs energize me. It’s all the other aspects of being a pro-climber that wear me down. The travel and expeditions and training can become pretty tiring. But the actual big climbs – that’s what I live for.
  412. Big companies often use their leverage to take stakes in would-be suppliers, especially in the technology business.
  413. Big companies, which spend tens of billions of dollars annually on ‘call centers’ to take orders and provide customer support, increasingly rely on speech recognition not just to handle requests for information but to process customer orders.
  414. Big data is going to make us all healthier.
  415. Big data is often defined by the 3 Vs. Which of the following is not one of them?
  416. Big fund companies have many ways to increase the returns of young funds that they want to promote. And at least one of those games involves popular offerings.
  417. Big jobs usually go to the men who prove their ability to outgrow small ones.
  418. Big money is ruining the political system.
  419. Big sisters are the crab grass in the lawn of life.
  420. Big stories need human stakes.
  421. Big stuff and little: learning how to order breakfast in a country where I don’t speak the language and haven’t been before – that’s really satisfying to me. I like that.
  422. Big swings in the wholesale price of electricity are not unusual in the summer, when high demand taxes generators’ ability to supply power.
  423. Bigamy is having one wife too many. Monogamy is the same.
  424. Bigger is always better.
  425. Bigger spreads mean bigger gaps between what buyers pay and sellers receive. For example, a spread of 10 cents a share means that the buyer pays $100 more for 1,000 shares than the seller receives.
  426. Biggest lesson I learned my first year in the NFL is no one gives a crap about what you did last week. This league is about what have you done for me now. That’s the NFL. It’s also our culture. So you keep working hard because that’s the biggest truth about football.
  427. Bigot: One who is obstinately and zealously attached to an opinion that you do not entertain.
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  429. Bill Clinton is a moderate Democrat. I’m a democratic socialist.
  430. Bill Clinton is the greatest president of the 20th century because I played touch football with him.
  431. Bill Clinton strikes me as the kind of guy who goes wherever the polls lead him, rather than leading the polls.
  432. Billions have been spent for one purpose and one purpose only: to obscure and distract from the fact that Mitt Romney is backing the identical agenda George W. Bush did.
  433. Billions of dollars have been put into genetic research.
  434. Billy Joel is an incredible musician. He just feels like one of the guys, you know. I grew up listening to his music.
  435. Bio-terrorism is a threat.
  436. Bioethics is a very, very important field. As we get more and more in the arena of understanding science and getting better opportunities, the fact that you can do things with biological sciences that have an impact on a human being means you must have ethical standards.
  437. Biofuels such as ethanol require enormous amounts of cropland and end up displacing either food crops or natural wilderness, neither of which is good.
  438. Biographies are but the clothes and buttons of the man. The biography of the man himself cannot be written.
  439. Biographies are no longer written to explain or explore the greatness of the great. They redress balances, explore secret weaknesses, demolish legends.
  440. Biographies, as generally written, are not only misleading but false… In most instances, they commemorate a lie and cheat posterity out of the truth.
  441. Biography lends to death a new terror.
  442. Bipolar disorder, manic depression, depression, black dog, whatever you want to call it, is inherent in our society. It’s a product of stress and in my case over-work.
  443. ‘Birdman’ came from a very beautiful side of me, from a part of honesty and surrender about things.
  444. Birds are the most popular group in the animal kingdom. We feed them and tame them and think we know them. And yet they inhabit a world which is really rather mysterious.
  445. Birds born in cages think that flying is a disease.
  446. Bitcoin, in the short or even long term, may turn out be a good investment in the same way that anything that is rare can be considered valuable. Like baseball cards. Or a Picasso.
  447. Bitcoin is mostly about anonymous transactions, and I don’t think over time that’s a good way to go. I’m a huge believe in digital currency… but doing it on an anonymous basis I think that leads to some abuses, so I’m not involved in Bitcoin.
  448. Bitterness is cancer – it eats upon the host. It doesn’t do anything to the object of its displeasure.
  449. Bitterness is like cancer. It eats upon the host. But anger is like fire. It burns it all clean.
  450. ‘Biutiful’ is a tough film. It doesn’t make concessions to the vulgarity of light entertainment. It’s not the kind of film that you see every day in the Cineplex. But as an artist, it’s the thing that I needed to do.
  451. ‘Biutiful’ is not about death. It’s about life. It’s a hymn to life.
  452. Black girls, I feel, rock, in so many ways, especially coming from five girls.
  453. Black men don’t like to be called ‘boys,’ but women accept being called ‘girls.’
  454. Black people comprehend the South. We understand its weight. It has rested on our backs… I knew that my heart would break if ever I put my foot down on that soil, moist, still, with old hurts. I had to face the fear/loathing at its source or it would consume me whole.
  455. Black women are programmed to define ourselves within this male attention and to compete with each other for it rather than to recognize and move upon our common interests.
  456. Black women sharing close ties with each other, politically or emotionally, are not the enemies of Black men.
  457. Black writers, of whatever quality, who step outside the pale of what black writers are supposed to write about, or who black writers are supposed to be, are condemned to silences in black literary circles that are as total and as destructive as any imposed by racism.
  458. Blacks have traditionally had to operate in a situation where whites have set themselves up as the custodians of the black experience.
  459. Blacks in America want to forget about slavery – the stigma, the shame. If you can’t be who you are, who can you be? How can you know what to do? We have our history. We have our book, and that is the blues.
  460. Blake is focused on branding and is more interested in his ads being viewed than in generating clicks. Which of these features would not be a good fit for him?
  461. Blake is selling baseball caps and using conversion tracking. What information might he learn from the conversion tracking data?
  462. Blake said that the body was the soul’s prison unless the five senses are fully developed and open. He considered the senses the ‘windows of the soul.’ When sex involves all the senses intensely, it can be like a mystical experence.
  463. ‘Blazing Saddles’ is one of the funniest movies ever made.
  464. Blessed are the forgetful: for they get the better even of their blunders.
  465. Blessed are the hearts that can bend; they shall never be broken.
  466. Blessed are those who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused.
  467. Blessed is he that expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed.
  468. Blessed is the man who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed was the ninth beatitude.
  469. Blind dates are treacherous. You don’t know who this person is. You wonder, ‘Should I call my grandma during coffee to get out of this?’
  470. Blind faith, no matter how passionately expressed, will not suffice. Science for its part will test relentlessly every assumption about the human condition.
  471. Blogging increases the volume of traffic to your website in all of the following ways, EXCEPT:
  472. Blondes make the best victims. They’re like virgin snow that shows up the bloody footprints.
  473. Blow the dust off the clock. Your watches are behind the times. Throw open the heavy curtains which are so dear to you – you do not even suspect that the day has already dawned outside.
  474. Blowing up buses will not induce the Israelis to move forward, and neither will the killing of Palestinians or the demolition of their homes and their future. All this needs to stop. And we pledge that Jordan will do its utmost to help achieve it.
  475. Blues is the bedrock of everything I do. All the characters in my plays, their ideas and attitudes, the stance they adopt in the world, are all ideas and attitudes that are expressed in the blues.
  476. Blushing is the color of virtue.
  477. Boards without women – blacklist those suckers. It’s 2011. They’ve had the time – it’s significant that they don’t have women.
  478. Bob Dole used to be really funny. Barney Frank can be kind of funny. Bob Kerrey has a good sense of humor.
  479. Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen. They’re my biggest heroes. I love everything about Leonard Cohen: his lyrics and his voice. He seems like a really clever man, and Bob Dylan does as well. He’s just really cool.
  480. Bob Dylan is like an alien on this earth, and I love him! I cried when I saw him play live because I was so close to him.
  481. Bob Hope was totally regimented. I go in and say a line like, ‘Hi Bob’ and I’d have to do it five times, and then Bob would take me to the writers to say the line different ways. He wouldn’t let me ad-lib.
  482. Bob is seeing low traffic for one of his product groups and daily spend is low. What could he do to help increase impressions and traffic?
  483. Bob Marley isn’t my name. I don’t even know my name yet.
  484. Bob Newhart, who is my best friend, is one of the guys I adore.
  485. Bobby Knight told me this: ‘There is nothing that a good defense cannot beat a better offense.’ In other words a good offense wins.
  486. Bodily decay is gloomy in prospect, but of all human contemplations the most abhorrent is body without mind.
  487. Body image is something that girls struggle with every day, and it’s something that I struggle with every day.
  488. Bodybuilding is much like any other sport. To be successful, you must dedicate yourself 100% to your training, diet and mental approach.
  489. Boeing just took $20 billion and 10 years to improve the efficiency of their planes by 10 percent. That’s pretty lame. I have a design in mind for a vertical liftoff supersonic jet that would be a really big improvement.
  490. Boldness be my friend.
  491. Bollywood is very structured and organised, but Kollywood and Tollywood can be quite spontaneous, and I enjoy that.
  492. Bollywood music is definitely a big part of Indian music and can be a great way to introduce people to the sound. But I hope to continue to incorporate other types of Indian music into my work.
  493. Bombay is different to Liverpool, or anywhere, really.
  494. ‘Bombing Afghanistan back into the Stone Age’ was quite a favourite headline for some wobbly liberals. The slogan does all the work. But an instant’s thought shows that Afghanistan is being, if anything, bombed out of the Stone Age.
  495. Bondage is the life of personality, and for bondage the personal self will fight with tireless resourcefulness and the most stubborn cunning.
  496. Bones inside clothes. That was war to me.
  497. Books always help.
  498. Books are a finer world within the world.
  499. Books are as useful to a stupid person as a mirror is useful to a blind person.
  500. Books are challenging and inspirational to me.
  501. Books are finished.
  502. Books are sharks… because sharks have been around for a very long time. There were sharks before there were dinosaurs, and the reason sharks are still in the ocean is that nothing is better at being a shark than a shark.
  503. Books are the treasured wealth of the world and the fit inheritance of generations and nations.
  504. Books are to be distinguished by the grandeur of their topics even more than by the manner in which they are treated.
  505. Books can only reveal us to ourselves, and as often as they do us this service we lay them aside.
  506. Books constitute capital. A library book lasts as long as a house, for hundreds of years. It is not, then, an article of mere consumption but fairly of capital, and often in the case of professional men, setting out in life, it is their only capital.
  507. Books in a large university library system: 2,000,000. Books in an average large city library: 10,000. Average number of books in a chain bookstore: 30,000. Books in an average neighborhood branch library: 20,000.
  508. Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren’t very new at all.
  509. Books that change you, even later in life, give you a kind of electrical shock as the world takes a different shape.
  510. Booksellers are the most valuable destination for the lonely, given the numbers of books that were written because authors couldn’t find anyone to talk to.
  511. Bordeaux would be naive not to recognize that Robert Parker was driving the brand equity. If the next generation doesn’t care about Chateau Pichon-Lalande, then you have a problem.
  512. Bore, n. A person who talks when you wish him to listen.
  513. Boredom, anger, sadness, or fear are not ‘yours,’ not personal. They are conditions of the human mind. They come and go. Nothing that comes and goes is you.
  514. Boredom is… a vital problem for the moralist, since half the sins of mankind are caused by the fear of it.
  515. Boredom is just the reverse side of fascination: both depend on being outside rather than inside a situation, and one leads to the other.
  516. Bores can be divided into two classes; those who have their own particular subject, and those who do not need a subject.
  517. Born to a tribal Bedouin family of nomadic desert shepherds in the region of Tripoli, Gaddafi was profoundly anti-colonialist. It is affirmed that his paternal grandfather died fighting against the Italian invaders when Libya was invaded by them in 1911.
  518. Both conservatives and liberals watch ‘Parks and Recreation,’ and they each think the show is for them, which is really cool. ‘SNL’ was totally different. It was exciting because everyone was paying attention. Political humor works when people know what you’re talking about.
  519. Both during the elections and as Prime Minister, I have repeatedly and publicly said that I support the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside the State of Israel.
  520. Both in thought and in feeling, even though time be real, to realise the unimportance of time is the gate of wisdom.
  521. Both my parents are Catholic and staunch believers. I’m not a Catholic now, but I still carry part of it with me.
  522. Both my parents are Italian. My mom was born and raised in Italy. My dad was born in Canada, but then they moved to Italy.
  523. Both of my girls have very high self-esteem because they were both able to master certain things; I should think that’s good for their confidence.
  524. Both of my parents graduated from high school, both attended college, both have government jobs now. They’ve always been very adamant about me finishing high school and finishing college.
  525. Both oligarch and tyrant mistrust the people, and therefore deprive them of their arms.
  526. Both ‘The Wire’ and ‘Queer as Folk’ had a big scope. They were panoramas, telling ambitious stories about two cities, Baltimore and Manchester, for the first time.
  527. Botswana is actually very peaceful. It’s democratic. It never was in debt. They’ve been fortunate, they’ve had diamonds.
  528. Bottom line: if you show a genuine interest in learning about how others became successful, you can open up a world of opportunities.
  529. Bottom line is, I didn’t return to Apple to make a fortune. I’ve been very lucky in my life and already have one. When I was 25, my net worth was $100 million or so. I decided then that I wasn’t going to let it ruin my life. There’s no way you could ever spend it all, and I don’t view wealth as something that validates my intelligence.
  530. Bounce rate is the percentage of visitors to a site who actively click away to a different site from a specific page.
  531. Boundaries move with time. It’s like being the oldest child. Your parents don’t know what to expect, but by the time the little sister comes along, it’s like, ‘Oh, staying out late with a boy – no big deal.’
  532. Bowie’s been a huge influence on me.
  533. Boxers risk a lot in the ring. That’s one of the things that attracts me to it. You want to see a knockout but I also really don’t want to see people get hurt. It’s this constant dilemma when I’m watching boxing. The only times I get nervous is watching a really big fight or when my brother is playing. I get to the stage where I’m actually shaking.
  534. Boxing is a lonely sport.
  535. Boxing is a lot of white men watching two black men beat each other up.
  536. Boxing is limited fighting with a specific rule set. Fighting is true, where you can do anything.
  537. Boxing is made for film – there is corruption, violence, tragedy and the chance that the underdog can catch the champion with one lucky punch.
  538. Boxing is not that complicated. If two guys want to fight, it’s not hard to make a fight. If the fight’s not made, it’s because one party doesn’t want that fight, or maybe both parties don’t want it.
  539. Boxing is the embodiment of who I am, but beyond that, this is a journey of the self, and my obsession to get the most from this short life.
  540. Boxing, mixed martial arts and tennis are the hardest sports to train for.
  541. Boxing’s a sport that gives you licence to act like an idiot, I think.
  542. Boyfriends have to understand me and my needs. They have to know what I want out of my life and about my strict regime. I go to bed at 10pm and not later. I separate my professional and private lives.
  543. Boys do cry, but I don’t think I shed a tear for a good chunk of my teenage years.
  544. Boys used to call me Soda in school days. Soda means ‘serving officers daughters association.’ I miss those days when I had a very protected life: one could get close and bond with other army people that they gradually would become your extended family.
  545. Boys will be boys. And even that wouldn’t matter if only we could prevent girls from being girls.
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  547. Brad and I have never wanted our kids to be actors, but we also want them to be around film and be a part of Mommy and Daddy’s life and for it not to be kept from them, either. We just want them to have a good, healthy relationship with it.
  548. Brain: an apparatus with which we think we think.
  549. Brain power improves by brain use, just as our bodily strength grows with exercise. And there is no doubt that a large proportion of the female population, from school days to late middle age, now have very complicated lives indeed.
  550. Brand is just a perception, and perception will match reality over time. Sometimes it will be ahead, other times it will be behind. But brand is simply a collective impression some have about a product.
  551. Brands mature over time, like a marriage. The bond you feel with your spouse is different than when you first met each other. Excitement and discovery are replaced by comfort and depth.
  552. Brass shines as fair to the ignorant as gold to the goldsmiths.
  553. Bravery is the engine of change.
  554. Breakfast is so important, so I’ll make an omelet with cheese and deli meats, and then I’ll eat muesli and yogurt mixed with fruit or oatmeal with fruit – and then a side of baked beans.
  555. ‘Breaking Bad’ has definitely opened many, many doors for me.
  556. ‘Breaking Bad’ was such a high plateau.
  557. Breakups are a horrible thing for almost everybody I know. For someone who is a love addict, it’s debilitating.
  558. Breast cancer alone kills some 458,000 people each year, according to the World Health Organization, mainly in low- and middle-income countries. It has got to be a priority to ensure that more women can access gene testing and lifesaving preventive treatment, whatever their means and background, wherever they live.
  559. Brevity is the soul of wit.
  560. Brian is expanding his store to include antique goods. What should he do if there isn’t a unique product identifier available?
  561. Bride: A woman with a fine prospect of happiness behind her.
  562. Bridging the virtual world with the physical word is really when social media channels come to life and the magic happens. Because whoever coined the term ‘social media’ didn’t do us any favors. It’s not really media. It’s more like the telephone, less like the TV.
  563. Bring in the bottled lightning, a clean tumbler, and a corkscrew.
  564. Bring them on.
  565. Bring your desires down to your present means. Increase them only when your increased means permit.
  566. Bring your kids along next time you go to the grocery store and ask them to help find the price per unit for the general grocery items. By comparing brands and looking for the best prices, kids will get in the habit of looking for deals and understand the value of the dollar.
  567. Bringing back something akin to Glass-Steagall would clearly help limit risk in the system. And that’s a very good and worthy goal. Letting banks sell securities and insurance products and services allowed them to grow too big too fast and fueled a culture that put profit and pay over prudence.
  568. Britain has enormous amount of talent, as we’ve seen from the BAFTAs. It’s all here, and it has to be allowed to flourish.
  569. British fashion is self confident and fearless. It refuses to bow to commerce, thus generating a constant flow of new ideas whilst drawing in British heritage.
  570. Britons are good, though often brutal, colonists where they come into relations with entirely uncivilized tribes whose past is so remote as to be forgotten. But they trample with their heavy boots over the sensitive, delicate susceptibilities of an ancient, highly civilized and cultured nation, such as India.
  571. Broadcasting is definitely in my cards for the future, and I’m determined to work hard at it – to perfect it and create my style and niche.
  572. Broadly speaking, the short words are the best, and the old words best of all.
  573. Bronze in the mirror of the form, wine of the mind.
  574. Brought up to respect the conventions, love had to end in marriage. I’m afraid it did.
  575. Brown versus the Board of Education is no longer the white person’s problem.
  576. Bruce Forsyth is my hero, and the thought that I’d be in a TV show with him was incredible.
  577. Brutality to an animal is cruelty to mankind – it is only the difference in the victim.
  578. Buddhism has in it no idea of there being a moral law laid down by somekind of cosmic lawgiver.
  579. Buddhism notes that it is always a mistake to think your soul can go it alone.
  580. Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door.
  581. Build me a son, O Lord, who will be strong enough to know when he is weak, and brave enough to face himself when he is afraid, one who will be proud and unbending in honest defeat, and humble and gentle in victory.
  582. Build something that’s foolproof, and only a fool will use it.
  583. Build something that’s foolproof and they invent a better fool.
  584. Build your reputation by helping other people build theirs.
  585. Builders eventually took advantage of the look of modernism to build cheaply and carelessly.
  586. Building a set is like building a place, but it’s a temporary place, because sets usually get torn down. Kind of unfortunate.
  587. Building art is a synthesis of life in materialised form. We should try to bring in under the same hat not a splintered way of thinking, but all in harmony together.
  588. Building capacity dissolves differences. It irons out inequalities.
  589. Building new roads and bridges creates jobs. Growing our exports creates jobs. Reforming our outdated tax system and our broken immigration system creates jobs.
  590. Building walls isn’t going to work in the long run. Some people are happy with the wall in Israel, but somebody will get a weapon someday and knock it over or something. Walls aren’t the answer between countries, though.
  591. Buildings, too, are children of Earth and Sun.
  592. Bullfight critics row on row, Crowd the vast arena full, But only one man’s there who knows, And he’s the man who fights the bull.
  593. Bullfighting is the only art in which the artist is in danger of death and in which the degree of brilliance in the performance is left to the fighter’s honor.
  594. Bullfights are hugely popular because you can sit comfortably with a hot dog and possibly watch a man die. It won’t be me, but I can sit comfortably and watch it.
  595. Bunty the idiot!
  596. Bureaucrats: they are dead at 30 and buried at 60. They are like custard pies; you can’t nail them to a wall.
  597. Burgess Meredith taught me a lot about wine.
  598. Burmese authors and artists can play the role that artists everywhere play. They help to mold the outlook of a society – not the whole outlook, and they are not the only ones to mold the outlook of society, but they have an important role to play there.
  599. Burning the flag is a form of expression. Speech doesn’t just mean written words or oral words. It could be semaphore. And burning a flag is a symbol that expresses an idea – I hate the government, the government is unjust, whatever.
  600. Bush already gave obscene tax breaks to people like me and Warren Buffet, and we are saying it’s not fair.
  601. Bush wasn’t elected, he was selected – selected by five judges up in Washington who voted along party lines.
  602. Business cycles lengthened greatly during the 20th century, as central banks learned to manage national economies by raising and lowering interest rates.
  603. Business is a combination of war and sport.
  604. Business? It’s quite simple; it’s other people’s money.
  605. But alas, they are all sadly deficient, because they leave us under the domination of political and religious prejudices; and they are as inefficient as the sleepy dose of an ordinary sermon.
  606. But Apple really beats to a different drummer. I used to say that Apple should be the Sony of this business, but in reality, I think Apple should be the Apple of this business.
  607. But as far as dream roles – I know this is so expected of me, but I would to play Elphaba in ‘Wicked’ on Broadway. I have a lot of dream roles, but that’s like my main one because of the vocal track. I love belting high things!
  608. But as in all cults, what’s central to the Communist Party is the belief system and the elimination of nuance. From there you’re very slowly led down the road to fanaticism and mass murder.
  609. But as you said, there are going to be those that have no record and cannot be detected in that capacity so that is why you have to have other layers of security.
  610. But at any rate, the point is that God is what nobody admits to being, and everybody really is.
  611. But at the same time you can’t assume that making a difference 20 years ago is going to allow you to sort of live on the laurels of those victories for the rest of your life.
  612. But behavior in the human being is sometimes a defense, a way of concealing motives and thoughts, as language can be a way of hiding your thoughts and preventing communication.
  613. But being on location and shooting, whether its in Puerto Rico or Atlanta, it always reminds me of how really cool my job can be. Interacting with the fans is one of the best parts of it.
  614. But blind to former as to future fate, what mortal knows his pre-existent state?
  615. But democracy isn’t a state of perfection. It has to be improved, and that means constant vigilance.
  616. But do I think that our actions in anyway violate the War Powers Resolution, the answer is no.
  617. But even race-neutral policies and recruitment efforts designed to achieve greater diversity are, in the end, not race neutral.
  618. But even the President of the United States sometimes must have to stand naked.
  619. But for my faith in God, I should have been a raving maniac.
  620. But for real, for me, I feel like with the red lipstick thing it all depends on the pair of complexion. I’m just being for real. You have to be fair skinned to get away with that.
  621. But friendship is precious, not only in the shade, but in the sunshine of life, and thanks to a benevolent arrangement the greater part of life is sunshine.
  622. But God can only smile because only God can know what is coming next.
  623. But HBO is less interested in how many people are watching than in how much the people who are watching are liking the show. They didn’t set up their business model to make writers happy. It’s just a nice unintended consequence.
  624. But he that dares not grasp the thorn Should never crave the rose.
  625. But I always like to play ugly people who think they’re pretty.
  626. But I am a lover of all kinds of art. And I just can’t stick to one thing. I guess I could if I made myself, but I’d always be looking the other way, for other things.
  627. But I believe above all that I wanted to build the palace of my memory, because my memory is my only homeland.
  628. But I believe in fair trade, and I will tell you, I have many, many friends heading up corporations, and people that do just business in China, they say it’s virtually impossible. It’s very, very hard to come into China. And yet, we welcome them with open arms.
  629. But I didn’t ask to have somebody nose around in my private life. I didn’t even ask to be famous. All I asked was to be able to earn a living making people laugh.
  630. But I do believe that there’s going to be a time where all movies are going to be made in 3D and it’s just going to be a given, and that is going to be an exciting time.
  631. But I don’t begrudge anybody, because I know how hard it is to have that dream and to make it happen, whether or not it’s just to put a roof over your head and food on the table.
  632. But I don’t think I have any particular talent for prediction, because when you have three or four elements in hand, you don’t have to be a genius to reach certain conclusions.
  633. But I feel music has a very important role in ritual activity, and that being able to join in musical activity, along with dancing, could have been necessary at a very early stage of human culture.
  634. But I knew if I ran I’d never be able to sing, so I had to take my punishment.
  635. But I love how people who are musical, they know how to dress.
  636. But I love stand-up, and it’s where I came from creatively, so it’s something I never want to walk away from.
  637. But I love to entertain. My vocation is to accrue all these experiences, to write about them, to get them out of my system, to not get sick, and then to share them publicly.
  638. But I really feel strongly that our kids do way too much homework. The research is on my side. It’s easy to make a fuss when you’re right. That can be the tagline of my life: ‘It’s Easy To Make A Fuss When You’re Right.’
  639. But I think there’s something wonderful and extraordinary about climbing on your own and just that kind of relationship to the environment. I’m very addicted to the mountains. You know, so, I do like that solitude.
  640. But I would have executed much greater things, had not government always opposed my exertions, and placed others in situations which would have suited my talents.
  641. But, I would say when I was four years old and I was at the Alan King Tennis Tournament and I was hitting with all the pros that would come to town. They would get me on the court or take notice and that stayed with me.
  642. But if it be a sin to covet honour, I am the most offending soul alive.
  643. But if nothing but soul, or in soul mind, is qualified to count, it is impossible for there to be time unless there is soul, but only that of which time is an attribute, i.e. if change can exist without soul.
  644. But if you can create an honorable livelihood, where you take your skills and use them and you earn a living from it, it gives you a sense of freedom and allows you to balance your life the way you want.
  645. But if you – if what – the reports are true, what they’re saying is, is that as a consequence of us getting 30 million additional people health care, at the margins that’s going to increase our costs, we knew that.
  646. But I’ll tell you what hermits realize. If you go off into a far, far forest and get very quiet, you’ll come to understand that you’re connected with everything.
  647. But I’m never gonna get to a point in my life where what it costs to shoot a movie is going to determine what it is. The limits of my imagination is the only thing that’s gonna stop me.
  648. But I’m not pro death penalty. I – I’m just anti the notion that it is not a matter for democratic choice, that it has been taken away from the democratic choice of the people by a provision of the Constitution.
  649. But I’m pretty good with collaborative thinking. I work well with other people.
  650. But, in fact, there is nothing that can bring you closer to fearlessness about everything else in the world than being a parent – because everyday fears – like not being approved of – pale by comparison to the fears you have about your children.
  651. But in the right-wing media, they do have a right-wing bias. And they also have an agenda. So their agenda is: we’re an adjunct of the Republican Party, and we’re going push that agenda every day, and, as you say, brand these stories that help further the right-wing cause.
  652. But in truth, should I meet with gold or spices in great quantity, I shall remain till I collect as much as possible, and for this purpose I am proceeding solely in quest of them.
  653. But innovation comes from people meeting up in the hallways or calling each other at 10:30 at night with a new idea, or because they realized something that shoots holes in how we’ve been thinking about a problem.
  654. But it is equally incontrovertible that if our intelligence gathering process is seriously flawed, we had better find out and find out fast if we are to avoid another Sept. 11.
  655. But it’s a journey and the sad thing is you only learn from experience, so as much as someone can tell you things, you have to go out there and make your own mistakes in order to learn.
  656. But it’s important, while we are supporting lessons in respecting others, to remember that many of our youngest kids need to learn to respect themselves. You learn your worth from the way you are treated.
  657. But it’s just that the whole country is making generally lousy films these days and has been for quite a while. That’s the big problem that we all have to think about.
  658. But I’ve got to think of myself as the luckiest guy. Robert Johnson only had one album’s worth of work as his legacy. That’s all that life allowed him.
  659. But just as they did in Philadelphia when they were writing the constitution, sooner or later, you’ve got to compromise. You’ve got to start making the compromises that arrive at a consensus and move the country forward.
  660. But learn that to die is a debt we must all pay.
  661. But let me perfectly clear, because I know you’ll hear the same old claims that rolling back these tax breaks means a massive tax increase on the American people: if your family earns less than $250,000 a year, you will not see your taxes increased a single dime. I repeat: not one single dime.
  662. But let there be spaces in your togetherness and let the winds of the heavens dance between you. Love one another but make not a bond of love: let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.
  663. But man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated.
  664. But men are men; the best sometimes forget.
  665. But men must know, that in this theatre of man’s life it is reserved only for God and angels to be lookers on.
  666. But my experience is that people who have been through painful, difficult times are filled with compassion.
  667. But now it’s kind of a given that a 15-year-old would have a record deal and sell a quarter of a million records. No one’s expecting her to answer any deep theological questions. And I’ll tell you, I was asked some deep theological questions from the git-go.
  668. But O, how bitter a thing it is to look into happiness through another man’s eyes.
  669. But, on the other hand, I get bored with racism too and recognize that there are still many things to be said about a Black person and a White person loving each other in a racist society.
  670. But on this show, it’s a good question because in the 35 shows that we’ve done now, I’ve really made a consistent effort to really shadow the directors because in many ways they have to be more prepared than feature directors.
  671. But once I acclimated and really used fame for what it was offering me as a tool to serve my life purpose of inspiring and contributing, then it started to get fun again.
  672. But once the ants and termites jumped the high barrier that prevents the vast variety of evolving animal groups from becoming fully social, they dominated the world.
  673. But one of the things I learned from improvising is that all of life is an improvisation, whether you like it or not. Some of the greatest scientific discoveries of the 20th century came out of people dropping things.
  674. But one way or another, judges perform a very vital function in our society. They have a risky job and they are entitled to security.
  675. But Satan now is wiser than of yore, and tempts by making rich, not making poor.
  676. But seriously, I think overall in the scheme of things winning an Emmy is not important. Let’s get our priorities straight. I think we all know what’s really important in life – winning an Oscar.
  677. But sometimes I’ve felt a little constrained by that idea of who I’m meant to be.
  678. But surely for everything you have to love you have to pay some price.
  679. But the age of chivalry is gone. That of sophisters, economists, and calculators has succeeded; and the glory of Europe is extinguished forever.
  680. But the attitude of faith is to let go, and become open to truth, whatever it might turn out to be.
  681. But the best problem I ever found, I found in my local public library.
  682. But the fact that some geniuses were laughed at does not imply that all who are laughed at are geniuses. They laughed at Columbus, they laughed at Fulton, they laughed at the Wright Brothers. But they also laughed at Bozo the Clown.
  683. But the minute we went public on the stock market, which is how our wealth was created, it was no longer how many people you employed, it was how much you were worth and how much your company was worth.
  684. But the one thing that has power completely is love, because when a man loves, he seeks no power, and therefore he has power.
  685. But the question is a matter of the survival and the teaching. That’s what our work comes down to. No matter where we key into it, it’s the same work, just different pieces of ourselves doing it.
  686. But the real secret to lifelong good health is actually the opposite: Let your body take care of you.
  687. But the true feminist deals out of a lesbian consciousness whether or not she ever sleeps with women.
  688. But then when he left, I realized that it was harder to write songs and feel spiritually connected to art and music as a band. When he came back I felt it again, instantaneously.
  689. But there are advantages to being elected President. The day after I was elected, I had my high school grades classified Top Secret.
  690. But there’s one thing we are not going to compromise at all: when it comes to security of Israeli citizens and the State of Israel, there are not going to be any compromises – not now and not in the future.
  691. But think of the last guy. For one minute, think of the last guy. Nobody’s got it worse than that guy. Nobody in the whole world.
  692. But time growing old teaches all things.
  693. But to make a holiday record that involves favorite American songs and then also get to sing about Jesus birth, it just seemed like a real easy, subtle way to combine a couple of things that I love.
  694. But to me nothing – the negative, the empty – is exceedingly powerful.
  695. But we should also not forget the difference between what first motivated me and the work that is the result.
  696. But we try to pretend, you see, that the external world exists altogether independently of us.
  697. But what about my obstacles? Feint left, run right. Charge like a hipopotamus. Blast with lasers. Drag along. Pretend not there. Surmount.
  698. But what I hope for from a book – either one that I write or one that I read – is transparency. I want the story to shine through. I don’t want to think of the writer.
  699. But what I intend to do, the day after Hillary Clinton is elected president of the United States, is to do everything I can to make sure she goes forward as progressively as she can.
  700. But what is happiness except the simple harmony between a man and the life he leads?
  701. But what is liberty without wisdom, and without virtue? It is the greatest of all possible evils; for it is folly, vice, and madness, without tuition or restraint.
  702. But what we can do, as flawed as we are, is still see God in other people, and do our best to help them find their own grace. That’s what I strive to do, that’s what I pray to do every day.
  703. But when I first fell in love with the piano, I knew it was me. I was dying to play.
  704. But when I look at the fact that today is 1,000 days that we have not had a budget for the United States of America, you know, the House, one of the things we did, we passed a budget last year. But that is still sitting over there at the Senate. And so we have got to get this country back on track.
  705. But when I was selected, after my very first tour of squadron duty, to become one of the youngest candidates for the test pilot school, I began to realize, maybe you are a little bit better.
  706. But who prays for Satan? Who, in eighteen centuries, has had the common humanity to pray for the one sinner that needed it most?
  707. But you can catch yourself entertaining habitually certain ideas and setting others aside; and that, I think, is where our personal destinies are largely decided.
  708. But you cannot expect every writer to dwell on human suffering. I think my books do deal with grave issues. People who say they are too positive probably haven’t read them.
  709. But you have to do what you dream of doing even while you’re afraid.
  710. But You never reject a repentant and humble heart.
  711. Buy foods from nearby farms and have that food served in the cafeteria.
  712. Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.
  713. Buy what thou hast no need of and ere long thou shalt sell thy necessities.
  714. Buyer persona stores should contain information about:
  715. Buyer persona stories should contain information about:
  716. Buyer personas represent the ideal customers your organization is trying to attract, convert, close, and delight. Personas are most effective in:
  717. Buyers have so much information available to them that they typically have already made 30% of their purchase decision before even talking to a sales rep.
  718. Buying art is not understanding art.
  719. Buying books would be a good thing if one could also buy the time to read them in: but as a rule the purchase of books is mistaken for the appropriation of their contents.
  720. Buying food from farmers and people that I know adds that human element that I love.
  721. By 2018, an estimated 63 percent of all new U.S. jobs will require workers with an education beyond high school. For our young people to get those jobs, they first need to graduate from high school ready to start a postsecondary education.
  722. By 2035, there will be almost no poor countries left in the world. Almost all countries will be what we now call lower-middle income or richer.
  723. By adding managed placements to a Display Network campaign – you can show your ad:
  724. By ancestry, I was born to rule.
  725. By and large, language is a tool for concealing the truth.
  726. By and large, mothers and housewives are the only workers who do not have regular time off. They are the great vacationless class.
  727. By any reasonable measure of achievement, the faith of the Enlightenment thinkers in science was justified.
  728. By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
  729. By blood a king, in heart a clown.
  730. By bringing current events into the classroom, everyday discussion, and social media, maybe we don’t need to wait for our grandchildren’s questions to remind us we should have paid more attention to current events.
  731. By creating so many illusory images of physical perfection, whether on store aisles or storefront ads, magazine covers or TV shows, we speak more to the profit margins of companies than the self-esteem of today’s girls.
  732. By default, Google Analytics can only collect behavioral data from web-connected systems.
  733. By default, most of us have taken the dare to simply survive. Exist. Get through. For the most part, we live numb to life – we’ve grown weary and apathetic and jaded… and wounded.
  734. By default, new CSS files created in the Code Editor automatically include ‘modules.css’. What does ‘modules.css’ do?
  735. By default, when does an Analytics session expire?
  736. By default, when will Google Analytics NOT be able to identify sessions from the same user?
  737. By default, which of these are NOT Remarketing audiences that you can define?
  738. By default, which of these is NOT considered a “medium” in Google Analytics?
  739. By default, which of these is NOT considered a “source” in Google Analytics?
  740. By default, which of these traffic source dimensions does Google Analytics capture for each user that visits your website?
  741. By definition, a government has no conscience. Sometimes it has a policy, but nothing more.
  742. By denying scientific principles, one may maintain any paradox.
  743. By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.
  744. By formally declaring anyone opposed to same-sex marriage an enemy of human decency, the majority arms well every challenger to a state law restricting marriage to its traditional definition.
  745. By fundamentally changing how we design the places and systems that enable our daily lives, we can slash emissions way beyond the immediate carbon savings – because our own personal emissions are just the tip of a vast iceberg of energy and resources consumed far from our view.
  746. By giving professors jobs for life, universities create a feeling of unanswerable power among too many. Tenured professors who are uninterested in serving the student body are less likely to respond favorably to criticism, and are more likely to feel the freedom to intimidate or harass those with opposing viewpoints.
  747. By giving us the opinions of the uneducated, journalism keeps us in touch with the ignorance of the community.
  748. By gnawing through a dike, even a rat may drown a nation.
  749. By having a reverence for life, we enter into a spiritual relation with the world By practicing reverence for life we become good, deep, and alive.
  750. By helping others, you will learn how to help yourselves.
  751. By high school, I was telling everyone, ‘Oh, I’m going to be a doctor when I grow up,’ because my dad was always saying to me, ‘Pick a career path where you’re always going to be necessary.’ But by junior year, I was president of choir, I was the lead in the school play, and I just loved being onstage performing.
  752. By imposing too great a responsibility, or rather, all responsibility, on yourself, you crush yourself.
  753. By improving health, empowering women, population growth comes down.
  754. By indignities men come to dignities.
  755. By keeping my hand in that, it’s the way I keep learning. The main way you learn in medicine is by practicing and working with patients.
  756. By letting it go it all gets done. The world is won by those who let it go. But when you try and try. The world is beyond the winning.
  757. By monitoring ad campaign performance, an advertiser may obtain the information needed to:
  758. By not caring too much about what people think, I’m able to think for myself and propagate ideas which are very often unpopular. And I succeed.
  759. By now, it seems as if everyone has already read Thomas L. Friedman’s ‘The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century.’ It changed the way we think about global business, competitiveness and the implication for far-flung economies, governments, education and more.
  760. By perseverance the snail reached the ark.
  761. By polluting clear water with slime you will never find good drinking water.
  762. By presenting a faithful and honest record of my experience as a mother, I hope to show both my readers and my children how truth can redeem even what you fear might be the gravest of sins.
  763. By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination.
  764. By providing memorable social media customer service, companies not only create deeper connections with consumers, but they glean valuable insights on how to improve their products or services.
  765. By respect for life we become religious in a way that is elementary, profound and alive.
  766. By teaching twenty-something year olds responsible debt management practices, we can help them create a balanced lifestyle and find peace of mind through increased financial awareness, smart saving and long-term investing.
  767. By that sin fell the angels.
  768. By the 1960s, many of us believed that the Civil Rights Movement could eliminate racism in America during our lifetime. But despite significant progress, racism remains.
  769. By the grace of God, my parents were fantastic. We were a very normal family, and we have had a very middle-class Indian upbringing. We were never made to realise who we were or that my father and mother were huge stars – it was a very normal house, and I’d like my daughter to have the same thing.
  770. By the time I came to the States, I really understood how a magazine works. I came to ‘Vogue’ as creative director, and three years later I went back to London to be editor in chief of British ‘Vogue.’
  771. By the time I got into Juilliard, I was working at a Target distribution warehouse. It didn’t make anything, it just shipped things, and my job was just to stand there and look at the security codes on the back of trucks and see if they would lock, and check them in.
  772. By the time I stepped down as Xerox’s CEO in 2009 – and as chairman in January 2010 – Xerox had become the vibrant, profitable and revitalized company that it still is today. What made the difference was a strong turnaround plan, dedicated people and a firm commitment from company leaders.
  773. By the time I was 23 years old, I had multiple arrests.
  774. By the time I was in high school, Roe v. Wade had passed, so that was also happening; girls were getting pregnant and getting abortions – and that happened in my school too.
  775. By the time I’m 40, interplanetary travel will be common. Nobody will want to talk to me at that age, anyway.
  776. By the time I’m in the studio recording my parody, 10,000 parodies of that song are on YouTube.
  777. By the time the children go to bed, I am as drained as any mother who has spent her day working, car pooling, building Lego castles and shopping for the precisely correct soccer cleat.
  778. By the time we see that climate change is really bad, your ability to fix it is extremely limited… The carbon gets up there, but the heating effect is delayed. And then the effect of that heat on the species and ecosystem is delayed. That means that even when you turn virtuous, things are actually going to get worse for quite a while.
  779. By the way, movies are like sporting events in that you’re as good as the movie you’re in. You can sit in a room for 20 years and go do a movie and you can just kill in it and you move to the head of the line again. By the same token, you can do five movies a year and if they’re dreck, it’s nothing.
  780. By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest.
  781. By Time and Age full many things are taught.
  782. By trying we can easily learn to endure adversity. Another man’s, I mean.
  783. By virtue of my job, I’m traveling. You get to spend very little time with your family. We hardly get to meet each other except on the one odd day we really get to spend time, have dinner together. And that’s rare, and we cherish it.
  784. By what principle of original right is it that one-fiftieth or one-ninetieth of a great nation, by calling themselves a State, have the right to break up and ruin that nation as a matter of original principle?
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