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Faculty Yearbook Quotes By Bram Stoker

It's better worth being late for a chance of winning you than being in time for any other girl in the world. — Bram Stoker

Faculty Yearbook Quotes By Octave Chanute

Let us hope that the advent of a successful flying machine, now only dimly foreseen and nevertheless thought to be possible, will bring nothing but good into the world; that it shall abridge distance, make all parts of the globe accessible, bring men into closer relation with each other, advance civilization, and hasten the promised era in which there shall be nothing but peace and goodwill among all men. — Octave Chanute

Faculty Yearbook Quotes By Barack Obama

The most powerful political moments for me come when I feel like my actions are aligned with a certain truth. I can feel it. When I'm talking to a group and I'm saying something truthful, I can feel a power that comes out of those statements that is different than when I'm just being glib or clever. — Barack Obama

Faculty Yearbook Quotes By David Weigel

You need to quickly recognize when and why you're being spooned bullshit. That happens very often, but it happens for a reason. — David Weigel

Faculty Yearbook Quotes By Quinn Loftis

The idea of bonding or whatever, with you was crazy. The idea of bonding with a total stranger, a stranger that happens to be a werewolf mind you, is beyond my ability to be reasonable about, — Quinn Loftis

Faculty Yearbook Quotes By William Tyndale

Marriage was ordained for a remedy and to increase the world and for the man to help the woman and the woman the man, with all love and kindness. — William Tyndale

Faculty Yearbook Quotes By Alphonse Karr

Every man has three characters - that which he exhibits, that which he has, and that which he thinks he has. — Alphonse Karr

Faculty Yearbook Quotes By Sophie Kinsella

Yes, Ermintrude." I muster a smile. "Ermintrude the hamster." The spotlight finally moves off me, and Dix Donahue comes to the end of his speech, and I look up to see Luke giving me a little wink as he approaches through the crowd. "I'll get you a new hamster this Christmas, darling," he says over the sound of applause. "We'll fight the discrimination together. If you can be brave enough, so can I. — Sophie Kinsella