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Digby O'dell Quotes By Dorothy L. Sayers

And it's so pretty and secluded," went on Mrs. Digby, "with these glorious rhododendrons. Look how pretty they are, all sprayed with the water
like fairy jewels
and the rustic seat against those dark cypresses at the back. Really Italian. And the scent of the lilac is so marvellous!"
Mr. Spiller knew that the cypresses were, in fact, yews, but he did not correct her. A little ignorance was becoming in a woman. — Dorothy L. Sayers

Digby O'dell Quotes By Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

Companies that understand their links with the communities they operate in, and their impact on the environment, are most likely to prosper in the long-term — Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

Digby O'dell Quotes By John Flanagan

So I sent Halt to straighten matters out. Thought it might be a good idea to give him something to keep him busy."
So what's Digby got to complain about?" Rodney asked. It was obvious from his tone that he felt no sympathy for the recalcitrant commander of Barga Hold.
The Baron gestured for Lady Pauline to explain.
Apparently," she said,"Halt threw him into the moat. — John Flanagan

Digby O'dell Quotes By Melia Keeton-Digby

We mothers have a wonderfully precious and truly powerful role to play in the future self-images of our daughters. The truth is, the most effective way to inculcate in our daughters a fighting chance at life-long self-love and empowerment is not in the books we read to them, or the workshops we send them to, or the media we do or do not expose them to, or even the things we tell them, rather it is in the reflection of self-love and empowerment they see in us, their mothers. The model of our own empowerment gives our daughters permission to be powerful. Of course, culture and societal norms mold our view of ourselves as women, but the beliefs and behaviors of our mothers are far more influential. — Melia Keeton-Digby

Digby O'dell Quotes By William Manchester

It meant good-bye to London and to Churchill, whose company Harriman thoroughly enjoyed, and to Pamela, whose bed he enjoyed (the lovers' hiatus lasted almost three decades, until 1971, when Pamela Beryl Digby Churchill Hayward became the third Mrs. Harriman). — William Manchester

Digby O'dell Quotes By Melia Keeton-Digby

May We Love Ourselves.
May We Love Each Other.
May We Believe that Our Dreams Can Come True.
We Are Strong.
We Are Wise.
We Are the Heroines of our Own Lives
-The Heroine's Club benediction — Melia Keeton-Digby

Digby O'dell Quotes By Wendy Delaney

My life of crime began at seven twenty-eight this morning."
~ Charmaine Digby — Wendy Delaney

Digby O'dell Quotes By Shaun Morey

Now, half an hour later, adrenaline thrust him into overdrive. Storms of shale and spall burst from the ground. Ropes of sweat braided his skin. He swung again and again. The heavy pick shattered earth. Digby was in a rhythm, a digging trance, that rare state of archaeological — Shaun Morey

Digby O'dell Quotes By Kenelm Digby

Take to every Gallon of Honey, three Gallons of water, and put them both together, and set them over so soft a fire, that you may endure to melt and break the honey with your hands. — Kenelm Digby

Digby O'dell Quotes By Stephanie Tromly

Preparing to survive a typical day of being Digby's friend wasn't that different from preparing to survive the apocalypse. — Stephanie Tromly

Digby O'dell Quotes By Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

This is a sensible response to employer concerns that the minimum wage is starting to have a damaging impact on competitiveness. — Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

Digby O'dell Quotes By Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

We have a dire need to get onto the page as a sustainable country — Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

Digby O'dell Quotes By E. Digby Baltzell

The downfall of every civilization comes, not from the moral corruption of the common man, but rather from the moral complacency of common men in high places. — E. Digby Baltzell

Digby O'dell Quotes By Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

Cycling to work is an important issue for business - the more who do it, the more our communities will support it. Healthy and green, cycling is worthy of the support of every business in the land. — Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

Digby O'dell Quotes By Estelle Laure

Just because the crack doesn't show doesn't mean it's not there. — Estelle Laure

Digby O'dell Quotes By Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

This is about putting education absolutely in the centre of enterprise and then using the traditions of Birmingham to inspire and grow. If you have knowledge and business linked together you will grow well, you go further down the innovative path and actually you create more and more jobs. Those jobs will only be available for people with skills but they will be real sustainable employments. That is how important innovation is. — Digby Jones, Baron Jones Of Birmingham

Digby O'dell Quotes By Melia Keeton-Digby

Like a detective keenly searching for clues, our daughters are solving the mystery of womanhood itself. — Melia Keeton-Digby

Digby O'dell Quotes By E. Digby Baltzell

A well-trained man knows how to answer questions; an educated man knows what questions are worth asking. — E. Digby Baltzell

Digby O'dell Quotes By Kenelm Digby

Note, that yeast of good Beer, is better then that of Ale. — Kenelm Digby