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Articles: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Habit converts luxurious enjoyments into dull and daily necessities. Habit is a second nature that destroys the first. But what is nature? Why is habit not natural? I am very much afraid that nature itself is only a first habit, just as habit is a second nature. Habit with it’s iron sinews, clasps […]

  1. Habit converts luxurious enjoyments into dull and daily necessities.
  2. Habit is a second nature that destroys the first. But what is nature? Why is habit not natural? I am very much afraid that nature itself is only a first habit, just as habit is a second nature.
  3. Habit with it’s iron sinews, clasps us and leads us day by day.
  4. Had I not become a professional golfer, I think I would have pursued some type of career in aviation.
  5. Had it not been for slavery, the death penalty would have likely been abolished in America. Slavery became a haven for the death penalty.
  6. Haiti should remind us all that there is an immediate need to invest in and promote long-term development projects that are sustainable, scalable, and proven to work.
  7. ‘Halal in the Family’ will expose a broad audience to some of the realities of being Muslim in America. By using satire, we will encourage people to reconsider their assumptions about Muslims, while providing a balm to those experiencing anti-Muslim bias. I also hope those Uncles and Aunties out there will crack a smile!
  8. Half a psychiatrist’s patients see him because they are married – the other half because they’re not.
  9. Half a truth is often a great lie.
  10. Half the battle is that people have to like you before you say one joke, one bit of humor.
  11. Half the time on vacation, if I’m in a bikini, I allow myself – I eat, like, waffles and pancakes for breakfast, so that’s me after, like, a big meal. I’m not the one that’s like, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m going to be on the beach.’
  12. Half the work done in the world is there to deceive you.
  13. Hallow the body as a temple to comeliness and sanctify the heart as a sacrifice to love; love recompenses the adorers.
  14. Hamas is a terror organization with a covenant that speaks about the elimination of the Jewish people and the State of Israel. They are not partners for negotiations.
  15. Hamas is really a problem for the Palestinians and for Egypt more than Israel.
  16. Hamdi Ulukaya and Chobani have made the decision to feed 250,000 victims of the Somali famine. Their compassion speaks for itself, and is a shining example of how the business community can have an enormous positive impact on the world.
  17. Hank Paulson, obviously, had spent his career on Wall Street, had a deep knowledge of the Street, and also was a very forceful personality, had a very good relationship with the president, and was in a very different place, for example, than Ben Bernanke, who is an academic, quiet guy: spent most of his time thinking about monetary policy.
  18. Hannah is having a sale. In her ads, she wants to include the amount of time left in the sale. What’s the best way to do this?
  19. Happiness: an agreeable sensation arising from contemplating the misery of another.
  20. Happiness depends more on how life strikes you than on what happens.
  21. Happiness depends upon ourselves.
  22. Happiness does not lie in happiness, but in the achievement of it.
  23. Happiness doesn’t depend on any external conditions, it is governed by our mental attitude.
  24. Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.
  25. Happiness includes chiefly the idea of satisfaction after full honest effort. No one can possibly be satisfied and no one can be happy who feels that in some paramount affairs he failed to take up the challenge of life.
  26. Happiness is a choice that requires effort at times.
  27. Happiness is a continuation of happenings which are not resisted.
  28. Happiness is a hard master, particularly other people’s happiness.
  29. Happiness is being married to your best friend.
  30. Happiness is brief. It will not stay. God batters at its sails.
  31. Happiness is like those palaces in fairy tales whose gates are guarded by dragons: we must fight in order to conquer it.
  32. Happiness is neither without us nor within us. It is in God, both without us and within us.
  33. Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product.
  34. Happiness is not always through success. Equally, the constant pursuit of success is sure unhappiness. But we have to find the balance. My own thoughts are that parenting is very personal. And we all feel enormous insecurity about parenting. What are they going to think of us 20 years down the line?
  35. Happiness is not being pained in body or troubled in mind.
  36. Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.
  37. Happiness is nothing more than good health and a bad memory.
  38. Happiness is only real when shared.
  39. Happiness is that state of consciousness which proceeds from the achievement of one’s values.
  40. Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.
  41. Happiness never lays its finger on its pulse.
  42. Happiness, to some, elation; Is, to others, mere stagnation.
  43. Happy accidents are real gifts, and they can open the door to a future that didn’t even exist. It’s kind of nice sometimes to set up something to encourage or allow happy accidents to happen.
  44. Happy, happy Christmas, that can win us back to the delusions of our childhood days, recall to the old man the pleasures of his youth, and transport the traveler back to his own fireside and quiet home!
  45. Happy is the hearing man; unhappy the speaking man.
  46. Happy is the person who knows what to remember of the past, what to enjoy in the present, and what to plan for in the future.
  47. Happy is the person who not only sings, but feels God’s eye is on the sparrow, and knows He watches over me. To be simply ensconced in God is true joy.
  48. Happy relationships are boring. We all want them in our own life. But I don’t want to watch them on TV.
  49. Happy the man whose wish and care a few paternal acres bound, content to breathe his native air in his own ground.
  50. Hard-boiled eggs are wonderful when they’re really done right. I bring the water to a boil, and then I put in the eggs. And then I boil them for – well, it depends on the size of the egg – maybe eight minutes.
  51. Hard conditions of life are indispensable to bringing out the best in human personality.
  52. Hard paywalls will never work because, just like at a newsstand, the reader likes to browse the cover and a few articles before choosing to buy. Even if the material is truly unique, a consumer likes to try a little before buying.
  53. Hard rock will always be hard rock, but you don’t really know what is rock – and what isn’t – anymore. I don’t consider a lot of the pop things I hear on the radio to be rock n’ roll. It’s just kind of fragmented.
  54. Hard times arouse an instinctive desire for authenticity.
  55. ‘Hard Times’ does not romanticize the Depression, but at least a few of Mr. Terkel’s subjects managed to find silver linings.
  56. Harmony with land is like harmony with a friend; you cannot cherish his right hand and chop off his left.
  57. Harnessing steam power required many innovations, as William Rosen chronicles in the book ‘The Most Powerful Idea in the World.’
  58. Harvard takes perfectly good plums as students, and turns them into prunes.
  59. Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government asked me to serve as a fellow at its Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, and Public Policy. After my varied and celebrated career in television, movies, publishing, and the lucrative world of corporate speaking, being a fellow at Harvard seemed, frankly, like a step down.
  60. Has Jesus saved me? I dare not speak with any hesitation here; I know He has. His Word is true; therefore, I am saved.
  61. Has this world been so kind to you that you should leave with regret? There are better things ahead than any we leave behind.
  62. Hasten slowly.
  63. Hate and force cannot be in just a part of the world without having an effect on the rest of it.
  64. Hate has no place in the house of God.
  65. Hate is ravening vulture beaks descending on a place of skulls.
  66. Hate the sin, love the sinner.
  67. ‘Hatful of Hollow’ and ‘The Smiths’ were lent to me, and they made me want to create music that might make another person feel like they made me feel – to have an effect on someone.
  68. Hating people because of their color is wrong. And it doesn’t matter which color does the hating. It’s just plain wrong.
  69. Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule.
  70. Hatred is a very underestimated emotion.
  71. Hatred is an affair of the heart; contempt that of the head.
  72. Hatred is blind, as well as love.
  73. Hatred, racism, and extremism have no place in this country.
  74. Have a heart that never hardens, and a temper that never tires, and a touch that never hurts.
  75. Have a strong mind and a soft heart.
  76. Have an earnestness for death and you will have life.
  77. Have convictions. Be friendly. Stick to your beliefs as they stick to theirs. Work as hard as they do.
  78. Have fun in your command. Don’t always run at a breakneck pace. Take leave when you’ve earned it, spend time with your families.
  79. Have I thought about having more kids? Oh sure, that would be great; that would be heaven. That would be fantastic.
  80. Have we been going up and down in business, and are those round about us as yet unaware of our Christian character? Have we never spoken to them the Word of Life? Lord, arouse us to a deep concern for all with whom we come in contact from day to day.
  81. Have we not come to such an impasse in the modern world that we must love our enemies – or else? The chain reaction of evil – hate begetting hate, wars producing more wars – must be broken, or else we shall be plunged into the dark abyss of annihilation.
  82. Have you ever noticed that anybody driving slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac?
  83. Have you ever seen a candidate talking to a rich person on television?
  84. Have you seen Mike Hawk?
  85. Have you seen my hexokinase?
  86. Having a bunch of cats around is good. If you’re feeling bad, you just look at the cats, you’ll feel better because they know that everything is just as it is. There’s nothing to get excited about. They just know. They’re saviours.
  87. Having a child is surely the most beautifully irrational act that two people in love can commit.
  88. Having a child, that’s always been my biggest fear. I want a child and I fear a child.
  89. Having a guy on a microphone yelling lines at you is counter to a lot of acting techniques.
  90. Having a life outside of movies is like pure oxygen. It makes the work more precious and informed.
  91. Having a mom as a hairdresser was really awesome: I was always her test dummy. I’ve had every style, every color you could imagine.
  92. Having a normal knee would make life a lot easier.
  93. Having an actual income can expand your romantic horizons toward the more appealing end of the spectrum.
  94. Having an intelligent secretary does not get rid of the need to read, write, and draw, etc. In a well functioning world, tools and agents are complementary.
  95. Having arrived in London to seek refuge during the civil war in Sudan, where I was born, the thing I’m most proud of is having totally evolved. I came here not knowing how to speak English, but I went to school and learned; I adapted to this new culture.
  96. Having been a venture-backed CEO, and having an established background in working with consumer-focused companies, I’ve built a strong network of entrepreneurs and people who can help startups.
  97. Having been part of this wonderful show ever since series one, I know all too well what it’s like to perform to the nation on the famous ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ dancefloor.
  98. Having been poor is no shame, but being ashamed of it, is.
  99. Having children, they’re not your property. They need to figure out their own views. I think my daughters have a pretty healthy self-awareness, but I can’t speak on their behalf.
  100. Having children truly ends adolescence. We are all either parents or children: responsibility-takers or those who demand from others.
  101. Having different people come together and be on a team and win a world championship is literally, I think, the definition of being American.
  102. Having dinner with somebody you’ve looked up to your whole life is quite a memorable thing. Like, ‘Wow. I’m having dinner with someone who is a huge inspiration to me.’ That’s intense.
  103. Having done a lot of theater, I’m used to sustaining characters over long periods of time.
  104. Having failures in life is important to understand where, exactly, you stand.
  105. Having led many negotiations with countries outside the E.U. in the past, we would never enter the same compromises and reach the same good outcomes with states that don’t shoulder the responsibilities and costs of the common market.
  106. Having listened to great songwriters like James Taylor and Carole King, I felt there was nothing new that was coming out that really represented me and the way I felt. So I started writing my own stuff.
  107. Having more exposure is kind of a bittersweet thing for me, honestly, because it’s nice to have a little more job security in life now.
  108. Having no work would be terrible.
  109. Having nothing, nothing can he lose.
  110. Having personally watched the Voting Rights Act being signed into law that August day, I can’t begin to imagine how we could have all been so wrong in believing that more Americans would vote once they were all truly free to do so.
  111. Having portrayed English-speaking Indian characters in British and American projects, I have always wanted to use my mother tongue in an Indian film.
  112. Having realised that in cooking there was a vast field of study and development, I said to myself, ‘Although I had not originally intended to enter this profession, since I am in it, I will work in such a fashion that I will rise above the ordinary, and I will do my best to raise again the prestige of the chef de cuisine.’
  113. Having students was so inspiring.
  114. Having the option to be able to have a career and feel good about yourself as an individual and still be a great mother is definitely a possibility.
  115. Having the respect of your peers means the world to me.
  116. Having these colossal accolades and titles, they get in the way.
  117. Having two kids, I don’t get out to see stand up much anymore.
  118. Having two older brothers is a healthy reminder that you’re always closer to the bottom than you are to the top.
  119. Hawaii has always been a very pivotal role in the Pacific. It is in the Pacific. It is a part of the United States that is an island that is right here.
  120. Hawthorne has given us a tradition that some people refer to as Yankee Magic Realism, and I do think there is a certain quality to the landscape that definitely leads into the dark woods.
  121. Hayley’s client wants to drive sales of her new cookbook that’s about gluten–free desserts. If Hayley sets up a Display Network campaign that targets potential customers using keywords and topics and the “Target and bid” setting, her client’s ads can show when:
  122. He ate and drank the precious Words, his Spirit grew robust; He knew no more that he was poor, nor that his frame was Dust.
  123. He can’t even be at a casual read and not be creating the whole thing in his mind. I remember feeling very awed about how much he still seems to be so in love with it, and so dedicated to making everything really real and really spontaneous.
  124. He didn’t come out of my belly, but my God, I’ve made his bones, because I’ve attended to every meal, and how he sleeps, and the fact that he swims like a fish because I took him to the ocean. I’m so proud of all those things. But he is my biggest pride.
  125. He does it with better grace, but I do it more natural.
  126. He does not possess wealth; it possesses him.
  127. He had but one eye and the pocket of prejudice runs in favor of two.
  128. He had no failings which were not owing to a noble cause; to an ardent, generous, perhaps an immoderate passion for fame; a passion which is the instinct of all great souls.
  129. He has a right to criticize, who has a heart to help.
  130. He has a style that is not my style. And that is fine. That’s Donald Trump. And guess what? That’s exactly who the base of the Republican Party supported and said that’s who we want to carry the banner.
  131. He has achieved success who has worked well, laughed often, and loved much.
  132. He has all of the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire.
  133. He has no enemies, but is intensely disliked by his friends.
  134. He has the most who is most content with the least.
  135. He hoped and prayed that there wasn’t an afterlife. Then he realized there was a contradiction involved here and merely hoped that there wasn’t an afterlife.
  136. He incurs a fearful amount of guilt who in the least promotes the aim of the Evil One by trampling upon a tender conscience in a child.
  137. He is a drunkard who takes more than three glasses though he be not drunk.
  138. He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has.
  139. He is happy whom circumstances suit his temper; but he Is more excellent who suits his temper to any circumstance.
  140. He is not a lover who does not love forever.
  141. He is now rising from affluence to poverty.
  142. He is winding the watch of his wit; by and by it will strike.
  143. He knows nothing and thinks he knows everything. That points clearly to a political career.
  144. He listens well who takes notes.
  145. He made the impossible possible.
  146. He makes no friends who never made a foe.
  147. He may not enter anywhere at the first, unless there be some one of the household who bid him to come, though afterwards he can come as he please.
  148. He not busy being born is busy dying.
  149. He said it was artificial respiration, but now I find I am to have his child.
  150. He seems determined to make a trumpet sound like a tin whistle.
  151. He that always gives way to others will end in having no principles of his own.
  152. He that can have patience can have what he will.
  153. He that cannot reason is a fool. He that will not is a bigot. He that dare not is a slave.
  154. He that composes himself is wiser than he that composes a book.
  155. He that displays too often his wife and his wallet is in danger of having both of them borrowed.
  156. He that fights and runs away, May live to fight another day.
  157. He that gives good advice, builds with one hand; he that gives good counsel and example, builds with both; but he that gives good admonition and bad example, builds with one hand and pulls down with the other.
  158. He that has done you a kindness will be more ready to do you another, than he whom you yourself have obliged.
  159. He that has not got a wife is not yet a complete man.
  160. He that hath knowledge spareth his words.
  161. He that hath wife and children hath given hostages to fortune; for they are impediments to great enterprises, either of virtue or mischief.
  162. He that humbleth himself wishes to be exalted.
  163. He that is discontented in one place will seldom be happy in another.
  164. He that is giddy thinks the world turns round.
  165. He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.
  166. He that is of the opinion money will do everything may well be suspected of doing everything for money.
  167. He that lives upon hope will die fasting.
  168. He that loves to be flattered is worthy o’ the flatterer.
  169. He that raises a large family does, indeed, while he lives to observe them, stand a broader mark for sorrow; but then he stands a broader mark for pleasure too.
  170. He that rises late must trot all day.
  171. He that sows thorns should never go barefoot.
  172. He that speaks much, is much mistaken.
  173. He that struggles with us strengthens our nerves, and sharpens our skill. Our antagonist is our helper.
  174. He that takes truth for his guide, and duty for his end, may safely trust to God’s providence to lead him aright.
  175. He that waits upon fortune, is never sure of a dinner.
  176. He that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils; for time is the greatest innovator.
  177. He that won’t be counseled can’t be helped.
  178. He that would live in peace and at ease must not speak all he knows or all he sees.
  179. He that wrestles with us strengthens our nerves and sharpens our skill. Our antagonist is our helper.
  180. He that’s secure is not safe.
  181. He wants to live on through something-and in his case, his masterpiece is his son. all of us want that, and it gets more poignant as we get more anonymous in this world.
  182. He was a dreamer, a thinker, a speculative philosopher… or, as his wife would have it, an idiot.
  183. He was a wise man who originated the idea of God.
  184. He was as great as a man can be without morality.
  185. He was competitive in every fight and brought his best every time out, so I have nothing personal against Froch. I actually like him a lot because he reminds me a lot of myself with his competitiveness.
  186. He was definitely an original and a one-of-a-kind. Truly there was only one Prince.
  187. He was distinguished for ignorance; for he had only one idea, and that was wrong.
  188. He was thinking alone, and seriously racking his brain to find a direction for this single force four times multiplied, with which he did not doubt, as with the lever for which Archimedes sought, they should succeed in moving the world, when some one tapped gently at his door.
  189. He who acts with a constant view to his own advantage will be much murmured against.
  190. He who aspires to paradise should learn to deal with people with kindness.
  191. He who avoids complaint invites happiness.
  192. He who becomes a Muslim does so in his own interest.
  193. He who builds a masjid in the way of Allah, God will build a house for him in the paradise.
  194. He who busies himself with things other than improvement of his own self becomes perplexed in darkness and entangled in ruin. His evil spirits immerse him deep in vices and make his bad actions seem handsome.
  195. He who can be, and therefore is, another’s, and he who participates in reason enough to apprehend, but not to have, is a slave by nature.
  196. He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.
  197. He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.
  198. He who cannot give anything away cannot feel anything either.
  199. He who conquers others is strong; He who conquers himself is mighty.
  200. He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still.
  201. He who despairs of the human condition is a coward, but he who has hope for it is a fool.
  202. He who does not trust enough, Will not be trusted.
  203. He who does not understand your silence will probably not understand your words.
  204. He who draws noble delights from sentiments of poetry is a true poet, though he has never written a line in all his life.
  205. He who exercises government by means of his virtue may be compared to the north polar star, which keeps its place and all the stars turn towards it.
  206. He who falls in love with himself will have no rivals.
  207. He who fears to weep, should learn to be kind to those who weep.
  208. He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. Is not life a hundred times too short for us to bore ourselves?
  209. He who gives away shall have real gain. He who subdues himself shall be free; he shall cease to be a slave of passions. The righteous man casts off evil, and by rooting out lust, bitterness, and illusion do we reach Nirvana.
  210. He who goes unenvied shall not be admired.
  211. He who has a why to live can bear almost any how.
  212. He who has courage and faith will never perish in misery!
  213. He who has felt his own ruin will not imagine the case of any to be hopeless; nor will he think them too fallen to be worthy his regard.
  214. He who has gone, so we but cherish his memory, abides with us, more potent, nay, more present than the living man.
  215. He who hath many friends hath none.
  216. He who indulges in falsehood will find the paths of paradise shut to him.
  217. He who is contented is rich.
  218. He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.
  219. He who is not everyday conquering some fear has not learned the secret of life.
  220. He who is not impressed by sound advice, lacks faith.
  221. He who is overly attached to his family members experiences fear and sorrow, for the root of all grief is attachment. Thus one should discard attachment to be happy.
  222. He who is satisfied has never truly craved, and he who craves for the light of God neglects his ease for ardor.
  223. He who is silent speaks volumes.
  224. He who is to be a good ruler must have first been ruled.
  225. He who is unable to live in society, or who has no need because he is sufficient for himself, must be either a beast or a god.
  226. He who joyfully marches to music in rank and file has already earned my contempt. He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would suffice.
  227. He who knows best knows how little he knows.
  228. He who knows, does not speak. He who speaks, does not know.
  229. He who knows himself is enlightened.
  230. He who knows nothing is closer to the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors.
  231. He who knows others is wise. He who knows himself is enlightened.
  232. He who knows that enough is enough will always have enough.
  233. He who laughs best today, will also laughs last.
  234. He who laughs last laughs longest.
  235. He who laughs last thinks slowest.
  236. He who learns but does not think, is lost! He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger.
  237. He who learns must suffer. And even in our sleep pain that cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart, and in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom to us by the awful grace of God.
  238. He who listens is he who truly speaks.
  239. He who lives in our mind is near though he may actually be far away; but he who is not in our heart is far though he may really be nearby.
  240. He who looks the higher is the more highly distinguished, and turning over the great book of nature (which is the proper object of philosophy) is the way to elevate one’s gaze.
  241. He who loves 50 people has 50 woes; he who loves no one has no woes.
  242. He who molds the public sentiment… makes statutes and decisions possible or impossible to make.
  243. He who obtains has little. He who scatters has much.
  244. He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.
  245. He who placed me in this seat will keep me here.
  246. He who prays five times a day is in the protection of God, and he who is protected by God cannot be harmed by anyone.
  247. He who seeks does not find, but he who does not seek will be found.
  248. He who slings mud generally loses ground.
  249. He who speaks without modesty will find it difficult to make his words good.
  250. He who talks more is sooner exhausted.
  251. He who walks in the eightfold noble path with unswerving determination is sure to reach Nirvana.
  252. He who would be no slave must consent to have no slave. Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves and, under a just God, cannot long retain it.
  253. He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and dance; one cannot fly into flying.
  254. He would make a lovely corpse.
  255. Headlines, in a way, are what mislead you because bad news is a headline, and gradual improvement is not.
  256. Health care confronts us with a difficult test. We have never corrected failure in something so deeply embedded in people’s lives and in the economy without the pressure of an outright crisis.
  257. Health care in Denmark is universal, free of charge and high quality. Everybody is covered as a right of citizenship.
  258. Health consists with temperance alone.
  259. Health is not sort of like a 6-month project. Health is a lifetime accumulation of behaviors.
  260. Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship.
  261. Health is the greatest possession. Contentment is the greatest treasure. Confidence is the greatest friend. Non-being is the greatest joy.
  262. HealthWell is just one of several foundations that assist patients in making their insurance co-payments for expensive drugs.
  263. Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.
  264. Healthy discontent is the prelude to progress.
  265. Hear reason, or she’ll make you feel her.
  266. Hear the words of prudence, give heed unto her counsels, and store them in thine heart; her maxims are universal, and all the virtues lean upon her; she is the guide and the mistress of human life.
  267. Heart disease continues to be the number one killer; cancer, the number 2 killer, not far behind. The tragic aspect of these deadly diseases is that they could all be cured, I do believe, if we had sufficient funding.
  268. Heartbreak can definitely give you a deeper sensibility for writing songs. I drew on a lot of heartbreak when I was writing my first album, I didn’t mean to but I just did.
  269. Heat cannot be separated from fire, or beauty from The Eternal.
  270. Heat not a furnace for your foe so hot that it do singe yourself.
  271. Heathenism is a state of mind. You can take it that I’m referring to one who does not see his world. He has no mental light. He destroys almost unwittingly. He cannot feel any Gods presence in his life. He is the 21st century man.
  272. Heather has a mobile app she wants people to keep using once they’ve downloaded it. How can she make it more engaging?
  273. Heaven and hell suppose two distinct species of men, the good and the bad. But the greatest part of mankind float betwixt vice and virtue.
  274. Heaven cannot brook two suns, nor earth two masters.
  275. Heaven gives us hope and makes our present burdens easier to bear.
  276. Heaven is dumb, echoing only the dumb.
  277. Heaven is long-enduring, and earth continues long. The reason why heaven and earth are able to endure and continue thus long is because they do not live of, or for, themselves.
  278. Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.
  279. Heaven lies about us in our infancy and the world begins lying about us pretty soon afterward.
  280. Heaven means to be one with God.
  281. Heaven wheels above you, displaying to you her eternal glories, and still your eyes are on the ground.
  282. Heaven will be no heaven to me if I do not meet my wife there.
  283. Hedge funds try to produce above-average investment returns using tactics ranging from traditional stock-picking to complex derivative and arbitrage plays. High minimum investments, redemption restrictions and aggressive strategies make them suitable mainly for more sophisticated and well-heeled investors.
  284. Hegel was right when he said that we learn from history that man can never learn anything from history.
  285. Hell hath no fury like a hustler with a literary agent.
  286. Hell is empty and all the devils are here.
  287. Hell is full of musical amateurs.
  288. Hell isn’t merely paved with good intentions; it’s walled and roofed with them. Yes, and furnished too.
  289. Hello world! Welcome to GotHow.com Blog
  290. Help others and give something back. I guarantee you will discover that while public service improves the lives and the world around you, its greatest reward is the enrichment and new meaning it will bring your own life.
  291. Helped are those who create anything at all, for they shall relive the thrill of their own conception and realize a partnership in the creation of the Universe that keeps them responsible and cheerful.
  292. Helping convene global stakeholders to establish a set of measurable, actionable and consensus-built goals focused on extreme poverty is invaluable.
  293. Hence poetry is something more philosophic and of graver import than history, since its statements are rather of the nature of universals, whereas those of history are singulars.
  294. Henry Kissinger should have the door shut in his face by every decent person and should be shamed, ostracized and excluded.
  295. Her body calculated to a millimeter to suggest a bud yet guarantee a flower.
  296. Her Majesty said she hoped I would have time for my horses – I own two and have shares in four.
  297. Herb is the healing of a nation, alcohol is the destruction.
  298. Herb Solo at that time was the head of MGM. I said, ‘I want to live like Clint Eastwood.’ Did I know at that time Clint Eastwood, to him, Heaven was a truck, a dog, and a picnic basket for food or something?
  299. Here are the values that I stand for: honesty, equality, kindness, compassion, treating people the way you want to be treated and helping those in need. To me, those are traditional values.
  300. Here at this site, Solyndra expects to make enough solar panels each year to generate 500 megawatts of electricity. And over the lifetime of this expanded facility, that could be like replacing as many as eight coal-fired power plants.
  301. Here dead lie we because we did not choose to live and shame the land from which we sprung. Life, to be sure, is nothing much to lose; but young men think it is, and we were young.
  302. Here goes everything.
  303. Here goes nothing.
  304. Here in America we are descended in blood and in spirit from revolutionists and rebels – men and women who dare to dissent from accepted doctrine. As their heirs, may we never confuse honest dissent with disloyal subversion.
  305. Here in Arkansas, we are preparing a generation of learners to meet the needs of businesses by equipping students with workforce training opportunities statewide.
  306. Here in England, everyone’s a pop star, innit, whereas in America they believe in the term artist.
  307. Here in Spain, there are Argentine Jews, children and grandchildren of immigrants of Jews who fled Germany or Austria in the thirties, and in the seventies during the dictatorship, they had to go into exile again.
  308. Here in the West, people often don’t like listening to their leaders, even if they are right.
  309. Here is the real domino theory – gay man to gay man, bisexual man to straight woman, addict mother to newborn baby, they all fall down and someday it will come to you.
  310. Here is the surprising truth: It’s often easier to make something 10 times better than it is to make it 10 percent better.
  311. Here is what the practical impact of Citizens United means. What Citizens United means is that corporations call hundreds of millions of dollars into television ads, radio ads, and other forms of advertising to defeat those candidates who stand up and take them on.
  312. Here, sir, the people govern; here they act by their immediate representatives.
  313. Here was buried Thomas Jefferson Author of the Declaration of American Independence Of the Statute of Virginia for religious freedom & Father of the University of Virginia.
  314. Here we have the Schengen agreement, and the truth is that for years we trusted each other and set border controls on the outer borders of the European Union. And as was the case with the economic and monetary union, with this step, regarding the management of the Schengen area, we did not go all the way in terms of political solutions.
  315. Here we stand in the middle of this new world with our primitive brain, attuned to the simple cave life, with terrific forces at our disposal, which we are clever enough to release, but whose consequences we cannot comprehend.
  316. Here’s how I work: It’s 2013, and most marketers are operating like it’s 2009. I’m always trying to market like it’s 2015, but not like it’s 2020. A lot of my contemporaries who understand where the world is going, go too far out, and aren’t practical. I have always prided myself on being visionary, with a heavy practicality.
  317. Here’s kind of my motto – if you’re not happy at home, you’re not happy anywhere else.
  318. Here’s my Golden Rule for a tarnished age: Be fair with others, but keep after them until they’re fair with you.
  319. Here’s the perversity of Wall Street’s psychology: The more Wall Street is convinced that Washington will act rationally and raise the debt ceiling, most likely at the 11th hour, the less pressure there will be on lawmakers to reach an agreement. That will make it more likely a deal isn’t reached.
  320. Here’s the thing: If you’re monitoring every single thing that goes on in a given culture, if you have all the information that is there to be had, then that is the equivalent of having none of it. How are you going to process that amount of information?
  321. Here’s the thing with me and the religious thing. This is the flat-out truth: I find the religiosity and philosophy in the music. I don’t find it anywhere else.
  322. Here’s the thing with the business, is that when people like your work, and you make them money, you’re set. When the critics like you, and you make the studios money, doors opened.
  323. Here’s the truth. The proposed top rate of income tax is not 50 per cent. It is 50 per cent plus 1.5 per cent national insurance paid by employees plus 13.3 per cent paid by employers. That’s not 50 per cent. Two years from now, Britain will have the highest tax rate on earned income of any developed country.
  324. Here’s what I think about music and journalism: The most important thing is to just press play.
  325. Hermione is so close to who I am as a person that I’ve never really had to research a role. I’m literally rediscovering what it means to be an actress.
  326. Hermione uses all these big long tongue twister words. I don’t know what she’s going on about half the time!
  327. ‘Heroes’, ‘Desperate Housewives’, ‘The Sopranos’ – they’re all very stylised. ‘The Wire’ is much more rooted in realism and honesty. In American television, I can’t think of anything I’d rather have been in because it has got something to say and that is the kind of thing I want to do.
  328. Heroes in drama are people who try hard to reach a virtuous ideal. And whether they succeed or fail really doesn’t matter – it’s the trying that counts.
  329. Heroes may not be braver than anyone else. They’re just braver five minutes longer.
  330. Heroism is accessible. Happiness is more difficult.
  331. Heroism is not only in the man, but in the occasion.
  332. Heroism on command, senseless violence, and all the loathsome nonsense that goes by the name of patriotism – how passionately I hate them!
  333. Herr Schroder has conducted two electoral campaigns, and he is doing it again now, by not telling people what is really necessary. He keeps avoiding the difficult and uncomfortable issues, those that imply changes and therefore provoke discussions.
  334. He’s a very strange guy, my father. I can’t get mad at him because he’s so adorable.
  335. He’s as sharp as a beach ball.
  336. He’s been so successful, arguably the best quarterback ever to play the game. If you were trying to follow his footsteps, it would be incredibly difficult. I’d go crazy if I woke up every day and tried to compare myself to Peyton Manning.
  337. He’s got bubbles in his think tank.
  338. He’s helped me do so much in my career, helped me be the player that I am. If there’s no Larry Brown, then there’s no MVP, Allen Iverson.
  339. He’s not the finest character that ever lived. But he’s a human being, and a terrible thing is happening to him. So attention must be paid.
  340. He(/She) is not bad, but You are great!
  341. Hesitation before birth. If there is a transmigration of souls then I am not yet on the bottom rung. My life is a hesitation before birth.
  342. Hesitation increases in relation to risk in equal proportion to age.
  343. Hey ‘Bachelor,’ take notes! Trusting one another and sharing a journey to health leads to lasting relationships!
  344. Hey, I think it’s easy for guys to hit .300 and stay in the big leagues. Hit .200 and try to stick around as long as I did; I think it’s a much greater accomplishment. That’s hard.
  345. Hey, it isn’t bad that I look young.
  346. Hey, you know what, I’ve gotta go on that ‘Letterman’ show. That show is so lame.
  347. Hide not your talents. They for use were made. What’s a sundial in the shade?
  348. Hiding places there are innumerable, escape is only one, but possibilities of escape, again, are as many as hiding places.
  349. High moral character is not a precondition for great moral accomplishments.
  350. High quality ratings for an ad can:
  351. Higher education should be based on quality, not quantity; receive merit-based funding; and be free of unnecessary bureaucracy. Not the least of the benefits of educational reform is to foster the pride of achievement at national and international levels.
  352. Higher productivity enables companies to increase sales without adding workers. Even if job markets tighten and wages rise, corporate profits can continue to climb as long as worker productivity is growing faster than overall wages.
  353. Higher Quality scores typically result in:
  354. Hillary Clinton has a strong and powerful voice regarding ending violence against women and girls.
  355. Hillary Clinton is listening to the scientists who tell us that – unless we act boldly and transform our energy system in the very near future – there will be more drought, more floods, more acidification of the oceans, more rising sea levels.
  356. Hillary Clinton is not going to be able to create jobs, I will tell you right now.
  357. Hillary Clinton is not that fascinating a person. According to those who have spent time with her, she’s harsh and demanding. According to those who haven’t – like her husband – she’s a delight.
  358. Hillary Clinton understands that a president’s job is to worry about future generations, not the short-term profits of the fossil fuel industry.
  359. Hillary Clinton understands that if someone in America this country works 40 hours a week, that person should not be living in poverty. She understands that we must raise the minimum wage to a living wage.
  360. Hillary Clinton understands that we have to invest in education and jobs for our young people, not more jails or incarceration.
  361. Hillary Clinton wants to see that all Americans have the right to choose a public option in their health care exchange.
  362. Hillary Clinton was the worst Secretary of State in the history of the country. The world came apart under her reign as Secretary of State.
  363. Hillary Clinton will nominate justices to the Supreme Court who are prepared to overturn Citizens United and end the movement toward oligarchy that we are seeing in this country.
  364. Hillary Clinton will nominate justices to the Supreme Court who are prepared to overturn Citizens United!
  365. Hillary Clinton’s radical attempts at so-called reform of the nation’s health care system would have been more destructive than even Obamacare has been.
  366. Himachal is my second home.
  367. Hindi is far easier a language to pick up than Tamil.
  368. hindi.moneycontrol.com/tv
  369. Hip-hop don’t have no fresh energy, none at all. It’s money driven, everybody tryin’ to make that cheque, nobody putting art in their albums any more.
  370. Hip hop has always been braggin’ and boasting and ‘I’m better at you than this’ and ‘I’m better at you than that.’
  371. Hip-hop is ever changing but you’ll always have the pack. And you’ll always have those people who are separated from the pack.
  372. Hip-hop saved my life, man. It’s the only thing I’ve ever been even decent at. I don’t know how to do anything else.
  373. Hire the best, keep the best.
  374. His father is governor of Media, and though he has the greatest command given him of all the rest of my generals, he still covetously desires more, and my being without issue spurs him on to this wicked design. But Philotas takes wrong measures.
  375. His heart was like a sensitive plant, that opens for a moment in the sunshine, but curls up and shrinks into itself at the slightest touch of the finger, or the lightest breath of wind.
  376. His ignorance was as remarkable as his knowledge.
  377. His resolve is not to seem the bravest, but to be.
  378. His talent was as natural as the pattern that was made by the dust on a butterfly’s wings. At one time he understood it no more than the butterfly did and he did not know when it was brushed or marred.
  379. His was a great sin who first invented consciousness. Let us lose it for a few hours.
  380. Historian – a broad-gauge gossip.
  381. Historic changes and challenges. Breakthroughs in human knowledge and opportunity. And yet, for vast numbers across the globe, the daily realities have not altered.
  382. Historical truth and the marketing needs of the movie and television industry remain fundamentally incompatible.
  383. Historically, absolute IQ scores have risen substantially as we’ve changed our environment so that more people go to school longer.
  384. Historically, China is not a nation of sportsmen. We traditionally put more emphasis on being close to nature than pushing endlessly to excel. A philosophy that values tranquil contemplation of the landscape cannot easily be adapted to the Olympic slogan of ‘higher, stronger, faster.’
  385. Historically, defense spending cuts have preceded increased international turmoil as America’s global enemies sense a failure of will.
  386. Historically, I come from Jewish history. I had the classic upbringing in the Yeshiva, learning, learning, and more learning.
  387. Historically, in my generation, all of my heroes and heroines have had issues and problems. We all do.
  388. Historically, privacy was almost implicit, because it was hard to find and gather information. But in the digital world, whether it’s digital cameras or satellites or just what you click on, we need to have more explicit rules – not just for governments but for private companies.
  389. Historically, professors have defended tenure as a way to protect their individualistic thought. But tenure can also be used as a club to wield against the powerless.
  390. Historically, there is a presumption that the legitimate police powers of the states are not to be pre-empted by federal law unless Congress has made that purpose clear.
  391. Histories are more full of examples of the fidelity of dogs than of friends.
  392. History books that contain no lies are extremely dull.
  393. History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again.
  394. History does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or the timid.
  395. History has not dealt kindly with the aftermath of protracted periods of low risk premiums.
  396. History, in general, only informs us of what bad government is.
  397. History is a gallery of pictures in which there are few originals and many copies.
  398. History is a relentless master. It has no present, only the past rushing into the future. To try to hold fast is to be swept aside.
  399. History is a vision of God’s creation on the move.
  400. History is always changing.
  401. History is an account, mostly false, of events, mostly unimportant, which are brought about by rulers, mostly knaves, and soldiers, mostly fools.
  402. History is formed by the people, those who have power and those without power. Each one of us makes history.
  403. History is just one bloody thing after another.
  404. History is like your social Security number. long, useless, but needed.
  405. History is made every day. The challenge is getting everyone to pay attention to it.
  406. History is not about who’s right. It’s about who’s left.
  407. History is written by the victors.
  408. History isn’t just the story of bad people doing bad things. It’s quite as much a story of people trying to do good things. But somehow, something goes wrong.
  409. History not used is nothing, for all intellectual life is action, like practical life, and if you don’t use the stuff well, it might as well be dead.
  410. History shows that life is the cheapest commodity.
  411. History speaks to artists. It changes the artist’s thinking and is constantly reshaping it into different and unexpected images.
  412. History suggests the 2010s will give rise to a super-unicorn or two that reflect the key tech wave of the decade, the mobile web.
  413. History teaches that war begins when governments believe the price of aggression is cheap.
  414. History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.
  415. History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people.
  416. History will record that the Citizens United decision is one of the worst in the history of our country.
  417. Hitch your wagon to a star.
  418. HIV/AIDS has no boundaries.
  419. HMTV News WhatsApp Number Contact Address
  420. Hold my beer and watch this!
  421. Hold on with a bulldog grip, and chew and choke as much as possible.
  422. Hold puppies, kittens, and babies anytime you get the chance.
  423. Hold those things that tell your history and protect them. During slavery, who was able to read or write or keep anything? The ability to have somebody to tell your story to is so important. It says: ‘I was here. I may be sold tomorrow. But you know I was here.’
  424. Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.
  425. Hollywood always wanted me to be pretty, but I fought for realism.
  426. Hollywood does draw some very strange characters, and then the power of Hollywood and what they can do with it becomes like a blood sport to them.
  427. Hollywood films have become a cesspool of formula and it’s up to us to try to change it… I feel like a preacher! But it’s really true. I feel personally responsible for the future of American cinema. Me personally.
  428. Hollywood has cracked emotions very well with animation, and that is where India will eventually cover because it is an emotional country, and we just want a right story to tell, which will stir the right emotions with the audience.
  429. Hollywood is a place where they’ll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul.
  430. Hollywood is a very strong machine that needs, and in… especially with female actors, fresh flesh. It’s that cruel. But that’s the way it is.
  431. Hollywood is just like high school: The popular people love the other popular people. And the thing is, some people aren’t nice. Or they are nice, but only to your face, not elsewhere.
  432. Hollywood is just like high school. The popular people only like the other popular people. And the thing is, some people aren’t nice – or they’re nice, but only to your face, not elsewhere.
  433. Hollywood is not suited for me, and I am not suited for it.
  434. Hollywood studios bury that stuff – actors who punch directors in the face and try to run producers over with cars – insanity, criminal behavior. But the studios are invested in that star, they can’t have that person’s name dirtied up.
  435. Holy charity confounds all diabolical and fleshly temptations and all fleshly fears.
  436. Holy humility confounds pride and all the men of this world and all things that are in the world.
  437. Holy poverty confounds cupidity and avarice and the cares of this world.
  438. Holy wisdom confounds Satan and all his wickednesses.
  439. Home is a name, a word, it is a strong one; stronger than magician ever spoke, or spirit ever answered to, in the strongest conjuration.
  440. Home is where I work, and I work everywhere.
  441. Home is where the heart is.
  442. Home is where you feel at home and are treated well.
  443. Home is where you make it.
  444. Home is where your dump is.
  445. Home is where your hat is.
  446. Home is where your hump is.
  447. Home life is no more natural to us than a cage is natural to a cockatoo.
  448. Homeland or death! Socialism or death! We shall overcome!
  449. Homer has taught all other poets the art of telling lies skillfully.
  450. Homework’s hard. Especially math. My kids joke with me. They tell me they have homework. I say, ‘Okay.’ And then I sit down and they say, ‘It’s math.’ ‘No! Not math! English, history, anything!’
  451. Homophobia is gay.
  452. Honest conviction is my courage; the Constitution is my guide.
  453. Honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress.
  454. Honest disagreement is often a good sign of progress.
  455. Honestly, I didn’t have the patience for biology or history in an academic sense, but I always liked the kind of big questions.
  456. Honestly, I didn’t realize it – all of a sudden, I was 90. The years skipped by quickly. When it happened, I said, ‘Where did the time go?’
  457. Honestly I just wear what I like. You know why? ‘Cause I can, I’m a rock star.
  458. Honestly, I like everything, boyish girls, girlish boys, the heavy and the skinny.
  459. Honestly, I never really put the mic down.
  460. Honestly, I wish I could be a part of all the remakes of my father’s films. But on second thought, I wouldn’t want to be a part of any. The thought of being compared to him is unnerving. I’d rather do my films than live in the fear of living up to his standards.
  461. Honestly, I’d love to be remembered as one of the best to ever pick up a mic, but if I’m doing my part to lessen some racial tension I feel good about what I’m doing.
  462. Honestly, I’ve always had difficulty relaxing, unwinding and going to bed – that kind of stuff.
  463. Honestly, my favorite kind of dancing is just lettin’ loose. There’s something great about the carefree flinging of your body to great music. It can be so joyous.
  464. Honestly, sometimes I get really fed up of my subconscious – it’s like it’s got a mind of its own.
  465. Honestly speaking, I don’t like my films. When I watch them, I see a lot of scope for improvement, so if I were to see any of my films, like ‘Dhoom,’ I might say… ‘It would have been better if…’ or ‘had it been…’ and this is all about evolving.
  466. Honestly, with stats and things like that, I try not to think about them. I just find that the more you think about goals and assists – what you need to do and accomplish – the more you tend to fall short. When you hope for something and you want something, it comes to you.
  467. Honesty is the best policy – when there is money in it.
  468. Honesty is the best policy.
  469. Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.
  470. Hong Kong is a wonderful, mixed-up town where you’ve got great food and adventure. First and foremost, it’s a great place to experience China in a relatively accessible way.
  471. Honor and shame from no condition rise. Act well your part: there all the honor lies.
  472. Honor has not to be won; it must only not be lost.
  473. Honor is the inner garment of the Soul; the first thing put on by it with the flesh, and the last it layeth down at its separation from it.
  474. Honor means that a man is not exceptional; fame, that he is. Fame is something which must be won; honor, only something which must not be lost.
  475. Hoover was a patriot in his heart, but he definitely exceeded his power.
  476. ‘Hope and change’ has become a cliche in our nation, and it is daunting to think that any American could hope for change from what God has blessed.
  477. Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come. You wait and watch and work: you don’t give up.
  478. Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
  479. Hope in reality is the worst of all evils because it prolongs the torments of man.
  480. Hope is a good breakfast, but it is a bad supper.
  481. Hope is a waking dream.
  482. Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.
  483. Hope is like peace. It is not a gift from God. It is a gift only we can give one another.
  484. Hope is nature’s veil for hiding truth’s nakedness.
  485. Hope is not a resting place but a starting point – a cactus, not a cushion.
  486. Hope is the magic carpet that transports us from the present moment into the realm of infinite possibilities.
  487. Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul – and sings the tunes without the words – and never stops at all.
  488. Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering, ‘It will be happier.’
  489. Hope springs eternal in the human breast: Man never is, but always to be blest.
  490. Hope travels through, nor quits us when we die.
  491. Hopefully, when people see ‘Senna’, they will understand why this inspirational story needed to be told, why it had to be made as a movie for the big screen, and why it is a film for everyone.
  492. Hopefully with digital projection, a film will always look the way the filmmaker intended.
  493. Hopes are like hair ornaments. Girls want to wear too many of them. When they become old women they look silly wearing even one.
  494. Hoping for the best but expecting the worst.
  495. Hoping to instill my love of learning in other children, I taught my first class at a local elementary school the year my first book, ‘Flying Fingers,’ debuted; since then, I have spoken at hundreds of schools, classrooms and conferences around the world.
  496. Horror films are very effective to me; they have an impact on me. I think that real life things scare me a lot more.
  497. Horses make a landscape look beautiful.
  498. Hospitality exists when you believe that the other person is on your side.
  499. Hospitality is almost impossible to teach. It’s all about hiring the right people.
  500. Hospitality is present when something happens for you. It is absent when something happens to you. Those two simple prepositions – for and to – express it all.
  501. Hospitality knows no gender or race.
  502. Hosting the Oscars is pretty much the scariest thing you can do. To me, this is right up there with bungee jumping!
  503. Hot girls have so many options. Sitting at home alone any night of the week and searching the Internet for a dude is on zero hot girls’ agendas. So they’re definitely not coming after you.
  504. House guests should be regarded as perishables: Leave them out too long and they go bad.
  505. Houses are built to live in, and not to look on: therefore let use be preferred before uniformity.
  506. Housewives run the home and sacrifice a lot, but many people forget that.
  507. Housework, if you do it right, will kill you.
  508. Housework never really bothered me… what bothered me about it later was that it was expected to be your life… when you’re a housewife, you are constantly interrupted. You have no space in your life. It isn’t the fact that you do the laundry.
  509. Houston is my team, always and forever. But with the new TV packages, it’s so easy to watch every league in the world, and my overseas fandom is driven by the American guys. If Sunderland’s on TV, I’ll watch Jozy Altidore. I try to watch Geoff Cameron at Stoke. When Clint Dempsey was at Tottenham, I watched a lot of his games.
  510. How accurately can the law fix the crime? There has to be a mechanism for very fast action. The law is like this: catch them and punish them.
  511. How are product groups used in Shopping campaigns?
  512. How are we supposed to get old? What am I supposed to do? Am I supposed to get old? My kids tell me, ‘We want you to look like a grandmother.’ I agree with them. I want to look like a grandmother.
  513. How blessed are some people, whose lives have no fears, no dreads; to whom sleep is a blessing that comes nightly, and brings nothing but sweet dreams.
  514. How can a president not be an actor?
  515. How can a woman be expected to be happy with a man who insists on treating her as if she were a perfectly normal human being.
  516. How can an advertiser calculate the view rate of a video campaign?
  517. How can an advertiser set up AdWords conversion tracking for a TrueView in-stream ad campaign?
  518. How can any man be weak who dares to be at all?
  519. How can Helen provide free shipping for a small group of promotional products?
  520. How can I ever dog Derek Jeter? It’s impossible. There is nothing to knock. He’s a great defensive player. He’s a great offensive player.
  521. How can one know anything at all about people?
  522. How can one take delight in the world unless one flees to it for refuge?
  523. How can people think that artists seek a name? There is no such thing as an artist – only the world, lit or unlit, as the world allows.
  524. How can sincerity be a condition of friendship? A taste for truth at any cost is a passion which spares nothing.
  525. How can the layout of a blog post improve the blog author’s experience?
  526. How can we help President Obama?
  527. How can you contribute towards building the Indian society and the Indian nation? No better way than to upgrade the quality of young people in school, particularly the schools which are run by the state government in the villages.
  528. How can you expect a man who’s warm to understand one who’s cold?
  529. How can you franchise hospitality?
  530. How can you get bored if the audience is cheering and laughing at something you’re doing?
  531. How can you lose your claimed URL?
  532. How can you make the job a lot simpler for the browser?
  533. How can you see if people are searching for your client’s services during the early morning and evening hours?
  534. How can you turn down Marks and Gran? Their scripts are so rich in texture.
  535. How can you use social media for promoting your blog posts?
  536. How can you use the Template Builder to help end users brand their emails?
  537. How come anything you buy will go on sale next week?
  538. How could man rejoice in victory and delight in the slaughter of men?
  539. How could there be any question of acquiring or possessing, when the one thing needful for a man is to become – to be at last, and to die in the fullness of his being.
  540. How could this Y2K be a problem in a country where we have Intel and Microsoft?
  541. How could you have a soccer team if all were goalkeepers? How would it be an orchestra if all were French horns?
  542. How could you increase the number of conversions your Shopping campaign receives for about the same total cost?
  543. How could youths better learn to live than by at once trying the experiment of living?
  544. How deeply seated in the human heart is the liking for gardens and gardening.
  545. How did it get so late so soon? Its night before its afternoon. December is here before its June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon?
  546. How do cost–per–click (CPC) ads compete with cost–per–thousand impressions (CPM) ads on the Google Display Network?
  547. How do I know about a man’s needs for a sex symbol? I’m a girl.
  548. How do I speak Spanish? Not too well.
  549. How do I think the industry’s changed? Films have changed a lot. I think women are finally able to get older and be sexy just like men. So I’m really enjoying that part – that’s my evolution.
  550. How do managed placements on the Display Network work?
  551. How do personas factor into your social media strategy?
  552. How do upgraded URLs help advertisers with 3rd party conversion tracking?
  553. How do we make a record that’s true to the vibe of the band but still maintain the pace of moving forward and doing something fresh?
  554. How do we transform loss? … Time’s healing balm is essentially a hoax.
  555. How do you catch a knuckleball? You wait until it stops rolling, then go pick it up.
  556. How do you make things fair?
  557. How do you prioritize optimization of the mobile site for browser versions or screen resolutions:
  558. How do you stand out as a fashion ad campaign? By using people off the street; it does generate buzz.
  559. How do you sustain yourself when all the old structures people looked to for support – religion, family, ethnic solidarity – are crumbling, or feel so false that you refuse to avail yourself of them? What comes next?
  560. How do you take what you do as seriously as possible but not so seriously that it ends up inhibiting what you do?
  561. How do you tell a communist? Well, it’s someone who reads Marx and Lenin. And how do you tell an anti-Communist? It’s someone who understands Marx and Lenin.
  562. How does AMP work?
  563. How does an extension work on a Display ad?
  564. How does Google Analytics credit a channel that contributes to a conversion prior to a transaction?
  565. How does it become a man to behave towards the American government today? I answer, that he cannot without disgrace be associated with it.
  566. How does target cost-per-acquisition (CPA) bidding determine the optimal cost-per-click (CPC) bid?
  567. How far that little candle throws its beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty world.
  568. How far you can go without destroying from within what you are trying to defend from without?
  569. How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them.
  570. How great are the dangers I face to win a good name in Athens.
  571. How happy had it been for me had I been slain in the battle. It had been far more noble to have died the victim of the enemy than fall a sacrifice to the rage of my friends.
  572. How happy is the blameless vestal’s lot? The world forgetting, by the world forgot.
  573. How hard, how bitter it is to become a man!
  574. How hard it is to have the beautiful interdependence of marriage and yet be strong in oneself alone.
  575. How I work is I work from of very character-driven place. And I trust the writers.
  576. How I’m portrayed in films has more to do with the filmmaking and what they need in the story than anything else. I’m the same person I’ve always been, I just get used in different ways according to the filmmakers’ needs – which is fine with me; it makes for great films.
  577. How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes!
  578. How inappropriate to call this planet Earth when it is quite clearly Ocean.
  579. How incessant and great are the ills with which a prolonged old age is replete.
  580. How is it possible that a being with such sensitive jewels as the eyes, such enchanted musical instruments as the ears, and such fabulous arabesque of nerves as the brain can experience itself anything less than a god.
  581. How is it that little children are so intelligent and men so stupid? It must be education that does it.
  582. How is the layout of a Blog Post Template built?
  583. How long is a piece of string?
  584. How long should advertisers wait after creating a new Display campaign before analyzing its performance?
  585. How long will it take the citizens of the United States, one wonders, to recognize that the house their country bombed in Iraq is the same one they were living in until it was foreclosed?
  586. How lucky Adam was. He knew when he said a good thing, nobody had said it before.
  587. How many a man has thrown up his hands at a time when a little more effort, a little more patience would have achieved success.
  588. How many actors have a shot at being a part of something that became a part of pop culture? It’s been very rewarding. I’m not getting the 20 million bucks for the new movies, but at least I’m getting warmth and recognition from people wherever I go.
  589. How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something but to be someone.
  590. How many legs does a dog have if you call his tail a leg? Four. Saying that a tail is a leg doesn’t make it a leg.
  591. How many people didn’t get a part who would have been better than the person who got the part? Thousands.
  592. How many straight men maintain inappropriately intimate relationships with their mothers? How many shop with them? I want a gay son. People laugh, but they assume I’m kidding. I’m not.
  593. How many things there are concerning which we might well deliberate whether we had better know them.
  594. How many times have your parents told you not to do things, and the next thing you know, you go do it? And you realized you shouldn’t have done it.
  595. How many times per second do most devices refresh their screens?
  596. How many women have the courage to start properly with a cold, cold bath early in the morning? I jump in, throw the water, cold as ice, and after the first plunge I am happy.
  597. How marriage ruins a man! It is as demoralizing as cigarettes, and far more expensive.
  598. How might you explain to an account manager why she should identify how much a conversion costs when setting up conversion tracking for a client’s Search Network campaign?
  599. How much easier it is to be critical than to be correct.
  600. How much pain they have cost us, the evils which have never happened.
  601. How oft the sight of means to do ill deeds makes ill deeds done!
  602. How often does the AdWords system run an auction to decide which ads to show on the Google search page
  603. How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?
  604. How one can live without being able to judge oneself, criticize what one has accomplished, and still enjoy what one does, is unimaginable to me.
  605. How one hates to think of oneself as alone. How one avoids it. It seems to imply rejection or unpopularity.
  606. How paramount the future is to the present when one is surrounded by children.
  607. How pathetically scanty my self-knowledge is compared with, say, my knowledge of my room. There is no such thing as observation of the inner world, as there is of the outer world.
  608. How poor are they that have not patience! What wound did ever heal but by degrees?
  609. How prone to doubt, how cautious are the wise!
  610. How shall I lose the sin, yet keep the sense, and love the offender, yet detest the offence?
  611. How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child!
  612. How should a man be capable of grooming his own horse, or of furbishing his own spear and helmet, if he allows himself to become unaccustomed to tending even his own person, which is his most treasured belonging?
  613. How should Chris estimate how a different bid amount would impact his store’s online traffic?
  614. How should industry benchmarks be used when developing a social media strategy?
  615. How simple a thing it seems to me that to know ourselves as we are, we must know our mothers names.
  616. How strange that nature does not knock, and yet does not intrude!
  617. How sweet is the perception of a new natural fact!
  618. How sweet it is to learn the Savior’s love when nobody else loves us! When friends flee, what a blessed thing it is to see that the Savior does not forsake us but still keeps us and holds us fast and clings to us and will not let us go!
  619. How terrible would it have been if I had come out with some watered-down version of who I am? People fell in love with the real me, and I still feel blessed that that was how the journey began.
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  635. How to play music may be known. At the commencement of the piece, all the parts should sound together. As it proceeds, they should be in harmony while severally distinct and flowing without break, and thus on to the conclusion.
  636. How to protect your favorite software from virus
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  644. ‘How To Train your Dragon 2’ is an amazing film. I think it’s an extraordinary film. The animation in it is fantastic.
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  647. How unbearable at times are people who are happy, people for whom everything works out.
  648. How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live.
  649. How very little can be done under the spirit of fear.
  650. How we absorb music is unique. I know what I do. When I’m listening to music, I tend to find myself in a song. That’s what really makes you connect is if you feel what that song is saying.
  651. How we experience memory sometimes, it’s not linear. We’re not telling the stories to ourselves. We know the story; we’re just seeing it in flashes overlaid.
  652. How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.
  653. How well he’s read, to reason against reading!
  654. How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.
  655. How wonderful it is to be an American. We have known the best of times and the worst of times.
  656. How would you determine the clickthrough rate (CTR) for a client’s search ads?
  657. How would you determine the mobile ecommerce conversion rate for paid traffic (CPC)?
  658. How would you explain the importance of ad impressions to a client who’s concerned that her Search Network campaign is generating impressions but no clicks?
  659. How would you reduce the time it takes to compile reports in Google Analytics?
  660. How would you track visitors coming from an email or newsletter campaign?
  661. How wrong it is for a woman to expect the man to build the world she wants, rather than to create it herself.
  662. How you deal with adversity says a lot about the kind of players you’ve got and the kind of team we’ve got.
  663. Howard University shocked me into realizing how desperately sick the Negro could be, how he could be led into self-destruction, and how he would not realize that it was the society that had forced him into a great sickness.
  664. Howard Zinn was magical as a teacher. Witty, irreverent, and wise, he loved what he was teaching and clearly wanted his students to love it, also.
  665. However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.
  666. However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.
  667. However great may be the work for which we are responsible, we will always do well if we pause to spend time in sacred praise.
  668. However impenetrable it seems, if you don’t try it, then you can never do it.
  669. However many holy words you read, however many you speak, what good will they do you if you do not act on upon them?
  670. However, my problems with my memory are further complicated by the fact that while I don’t have any recollection of things I have actually done, I have very vivid recollections of loads of things that I haven’t done.
  671. However, that old mode of Polish filmmaking virtually disappeared.
  672. However, there’s no theme or concept behind Heathen, just a number of songs but somehow there is a thread that runs through it that is quite as strong as any of my thematic type albums.
  673. However weak we are, however poor, however little our faith, or however small our grace may be, our names are still written on His heart; nor shall we lose our share in Jesus’ love.
  674. hreflang tags can be implemented in the XML sitemap.
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  679. Human beings and plants have co-evolved for millions of years, so it makes perfect sense that our complex bodies would be adapted to absorb needed, beneficial compounds from complex plants and ignore the rest.
  680. Human beings are a wonderful virus in some ways.
  681. Human beings are born solitary, but everywhere they are in chains – daisy chains – of interactivity. Social actions are makeshift forms, often courageous, sometimes ridiculous, always strange. And in a way, every social action is a negotiation, a compromise between ‘his,’ ‘her’ or ‘their’ wish and yours.
  682. Human beings are social creatures. We are social not just in the trivial sense that we like company, and not just in the obvious sense that we each depend on others. We are social in a more elemental way: simply to exist as a normal human being requires interaction with other people.
  683. Human beings are the only animals of which I am thoroughly and cravenly afraid.
  684. Human beings are the only creatures on earth that allow their children to come back home.
  685. Human beings can remain spiritual and religious while enjoying the benefits of rational administration of their affairs.
  686. Human beings have survived for millennia because most of us make good decisions about our health most of the time.
  687. Human beings lose their logic in their vindictiveness.
  688. Human beings love poetry. They don’t even know it sometimes… whether they’re the songs of Bono, or the songs of Justin Bieber… they’re listening to poetry.
  689. Human beings love stories because they safely show us beginnings, middles and ends.
  690. Human beings may well be unable to break free of the dictatorship of greed that spreads like a miasma over the world, but no longer will we be an inarticulate and ignorant humanity, confused by our enslavement to superior cruelty and weaponry.
  691. Human beings must be known to be loved; but Divine beings must be loved to be known.
  692. Human beings must have action; and they will make it if they cannot find it.
  693. Human beings place their desires ahead of the collective good.
  694. Human beings should be held accountable. Leave God alone. He has enough problems.
  695. Human beings the world over need freedom and security that they may be able to realize their full potential.
  696. Human beings want to be free and however long they may agree to stay locked up, to stay oppressed, there will come a time when they say ‘That’s it.’ Suddenly they find themselves doing something that they never would have thought they would be doing, simply because of the human instinct that makes them turn their face towards freedom.
  697. Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so.
  698. Human beings yield in many situations, even important and spiritual and central ones, as long as it prolongs one’s well-being.
  699. Human bodies are designed for regular physical activity. The sedentary nature of much of modern life probably plays a significant role in the epidemic incidence of depression today. Many studies show that depressed patients who stick to a regimen of aerobic exercise improve as much as those treated with medication.
  700. Human felicity is produced not as much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen as by little advantages that occur every day.
  701. Human greatness does not lie in wealth or power, but in character and goodness. People are just people, and all people have faults and shortcomings, but all of us are born with a basic goodness.
  702. Human judges can show mercy. But against the laws of nature, there is no appeal.
  703. Human life is a combination of tragedy and comedy. The shapes and designs that surround us are the music accompanying this tragedy and this comedy.
  704. Human life is driven forward by its dim apprehension of notions too general for its existing language.
  705. Human misery must somewhere have a stop; there is no wind that always blows a storm.
  706. Human nature doesn’t change. When enough people are comfortable enough financially, there is going to be human nature that wants to spend more money on better quality and, to some degree, status symbols as well.
  707. Human nature is not nearly as bad as it has been thought to be.
  708. Human Nature is the only science of man; and yet has been hitherto the most neglected.
  709. Human nature is weak.
  710. Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable… Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.
  711. Human resources are just tremendous in Egypt, but we need the science base; we need the correct science base.
  712. Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted.
  713. Human society has dense borders – economic, religious and cultural – inculcated from an early age. We hate change.
  714. Humanitarianism consists in never sacrificing a human being to a purpose.
  715. Humanity I love you because when you’re hard up you pawn your intelligence to buy a drink.
  716. Humanity is the virtue of a woman, generosity that of a man.
  717. Humanity, you never had it to begin with.
  718. Humankind seems to have an enormous capacity for savagery, for brutality, for lack of empathy, for lack of compassion.
  719. Humankind would improve if we concentrated less on being human and more on being kind.
  720. Humans are amphibians – half spirit and half animal. As spirits they belong to the eternal world, but as animals they inhabit time.
  721. Humans have continued to evolve quite a lot over the past ten thousand years, and certainly over 100 thousand. Sure, our biology affects our behavior. But it’s unlikely that humans’ early evolution is deeply relevant to contemporary psychological questions about dating or the willpower to complete a dissertation.
  722. Humans have obviously contributed a great deal of carbon to the atmosphere. So we are warming the planet up.
  723. Humans should always exercise and watch what they eat. So with your pet, make sure they get enough exercise, make sure they’re getting fed at the same time every day and getting the nutrition they need. And make sure they get a lot of love and attention you both need. That’s why you have them!
  724. Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it’s thinking of yourself less.
  725. Humility is the armour that you clothe yourself with throughout your life. We demean each other rather than lift up ourselves.
  726. Humility is the solid foundation of all virtues.
  727. Humility is to make a right estimate of one’s self.
  728. Humility must always be the portion of any man who receives acclaim earned in the blood of his followers and the sacrifices of his friends.
  729. Humility was an important part of the way I grew up. And I found that to be less common when I moved to California. That’s not to say humble people don’t exist there, but ambition seems really important.
  730. Humor and seriousness are not in opposition to each other.
  731. Humor is mankind’s greatest blessing.
  732. Humor is one of the best ingredients of survival.
  733. Humor is very interesting to me. My films are not comedies, but there’s comedy in them from time to time, absurdities, just like in real life.
  734. Humor must not professedly teach and it must not professedly preach, but it must do both if it would live forever.
  735. Humorists can never start to take themselves seriously. It’s literary suicide.
  736. Hundreds of people who’ve never written before send in ‘Dr. Who’ scripts. They may have good ideas, but what they fail to realise is that writing for TV is incredibly complicated. They have no idea how difficult it is and what the financial commitment is.
  737. Hundreds of thousands of American servicemen and women are deployed across the world in the war on terror. By bringing hope to the oppressed, and delivering justice to the violent, they are making America more secure.
  738. Hunger is the best pickle.
  739. Husbands are chiefly good as lovers when they are betraying their wives.
  740. Hypocrisy can afford to be magnificent in its promises, for never intending to go beyond promise, it costs nothing.
  741. Hypocrisy is not a way of getting back to the moral high ground. Pretending you’re moral, saying your moral is not the same as acting morally.
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