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Candelabrum Define Quotes By Randy Couture

I haven't placed any limits on myself — Randy Couture

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Scott Westerfeld

There was something magic in their large perfect eyes, something that made you pay attention — Scott Westerfeld

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Shirley Chisholm

It is incomprehensible to me, the fear that can affect men in political offices. It is shocking the way they submit to forces they know are wrong and fail to stand up for what they believe. Can their jobs be so important to them, their pres- tige, their power, their privileges so important that they will cooperate in the degradation of our society just to hang on to those jobs? — Shirley Chisholm

Candelabrum Define Quotes By August Spies

I knew from experience of the past that this butchering of people was done for the express purpose of defeating the eight-hour movement. — August Spies

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Pat Robertson

Just like what Nazi Germany did to the Jews, so liberal America is now doing to the evangelical Christians. It's no different. It is the same thing. It is happening all over again. It is the Democratic Congress, the liberal-based media and the homosexuals who want to destroy the Christians. Wholesale abuse and discrimination and the worst bigotry directed toward any group in America today. More terrible than anything suffered by any minority in history. — Pat Robertson

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Leon Trotsky

At the first sound of the drum, the revolutionary movement died down. The more active layers of the workers were mobilized. The revolutionary elements were thrown from the factories to the front. Severe penalties were imposed for striking. The workers' press was swept away. Trade unions were strangled. Hundreds of thousands of women, boys, peasants, poured into the workshops. The war - combined with the wreck of the International - greatly disoriented the workers politically, and made it possible for the factory administration, then just lifting its head, to speak patriotically in the name of the factories, carrying with it a considerable part of the workers, and compelling the more bold and resolute to keep still and wait. The revolutionary ideas were barely kept glowing in small and hushed circles. In the factories in those days, nobody dared to call himself "Bolshevik" for fear, not only of arrest, but of a beating from the backward workers. — Leon Trotsky

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Karl Lagerfeld

Personally, I don't wear fur. — Karl Lagerfeld

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Ella Frank

Logan knew that tonight was about two things - want and possession. — Ella Frank

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Dana Carvey

It's almost like he's started to sound even more exotic the more people started doing him. I don't know why, but there's just something about Al Gore that makes me laugh. — Dana Carvey

Candelabrum Define Quotes By C. West Churchman

Knowledge resides in the user and not in the collection [of information]. It is how the user reacts to a collection of information that matters. — C. West Churchman

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Jonathan Odell

That's the way it is with God, don't you reckon? He always around somewheres, if you can see His face or not. He's out there watching through the dark. Sometimes that's got to be enough, I suppose. Knowing He sees us even if we can't see Him back." -- Levi Snow — Jonathan Odell

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Walter Lippmann

The world is a better place to live in because it contains human beings who will give up ease and security in order to do what they themselves think worth doing. They do the useless, brave, noble, divinely foolish, and the very wisest things that are done by Man. And what they prove to themselves and to others is that Man is no mere creature of his habits, no automaton in his routine, but that in the dust of which he is made there is also fire, lighted now and then by great winds from the sky. — Walter Lippmann

Candelabrum Define Quotes By Al Franken

I believe in not attacking a country pre-emptively unless you're sure of what you're doing and you're working with allies. — Al Franken