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Jejune Pronunciation Quotes By Matt Ridley

These were people collaborating because they wanted to, not because they were paid to, and with little or no intellectual property in their ideas. — Matt Ridley

Jejune Pronunciation Quotes By Donald Barthelme

The world in the evening seems fraught with the absence of promise, if you are a married man. There is nothing to do but go home and drink your nine drinks and forget about it. — Donald Barthelme

Jejune Pronunciation Quotes By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Oh, how short are the days! How soon the night overtakes us! — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Jejune Pronunciation Quotes By Doris Kearns Goodwin

Not everyone was meant to be No. 1. — Doris Kearns Goodwin

Jejune Pronunciation Quotes By Robert A. Heinlein

Are you trying to tell all of us we have a bad signal-to-noise ratio? — Robert A. Heinlein

Jejune Pronunciation Quotes By Jerry Gladstone

Stay strong, be a warrior and keep moving forward under any and all conditions. — Jerry Gladstone

Jejune Pronunciation Quotes By Johnny Bench

I played American Legion ball starting when I was 14. But I didn't catch until I was 17. I was 75-3 as a high school pitcher, but it was like everybody knew that I was supposed to be a catcher. When the scouts would come around, and I was pitching, they'd make me take infield practice so the scouts could watch me throw. — Johnny Bench

Jejune Pronunciation Quotes By Waldemar Kaempffert

It may be that the invention of the aeroplane flying-machine will be deemed to have been of less material value to the world than the discovery of Bessemer and open-hearth steel, or the perfection of the telegraph, or the introduction of new and more scientific methods in the management of our great industrial works. To us, however, the conquest of the air, to use a hackneyed phrase, is a technical triumph so dramatic and so amazing that it overshadows in importance every feat that the inventor has accomplished. — Waldemar Kaempffert