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Lorielle Celsor Quotes By John W. Gardner

Our problem is not to find better values but to be faithful to those we profess. — John W. Gardner

Lorielle Celsor Quotes By John Silber

I don't believe anybody has a right to own any kind of a firearm. I believe in order to obtain a permit to own a firearm, that person should undergo an exhaustive criminal background check. In addition, an applicant should give up his right to privacy and submit his medical records for review to see if the person has ever had a problem with alcohol, drugs or mental illness ... The Constitution doesn't count! — John Silber

Lorielle Celsor Quotes By Winnie Byanyima

In the US a child born into a poor family will become a poor adult. The american dream is just that - it is not true, because of the level of extreme inequality. — Winnie Byanyima

Lorielle Celsor Quotes By Francis Ford Coppola

We do things for good reasons that are bad. — Francis Ford Coppola

Lorielle Celsor Quotes By Robert Andrews Millikan

The chemist in America has in general been content with what I have called a loafer electron theory. He has imagined the electrons sitting around on dry goods boxes at every corner [viz. the cubic atom], ready to shake hands with, or hold on to similar loafer electrons in other atoms. — Robert Andrews Millikan

Lorielle Celsor Quotes By Jose N. Harris

and I cannot lie! — Jose N. Harris

Lorielle Celsor Quotes By Hermann Hesse

These rules, the sign language and grammar of the Game, constitute a kind of highly developed secret language drawing upon several sciences and arts, but especially mathematics and music (and/or musicology), and capable of expressing and establishing interrelationships between the content and conclusions of nearly all scholarly disciplines. The Glass Bead Game is thus a mode of playing with the total contents and values of our culture; it plays with them as, say, in the great age of the arts a painter might have played with the colours on his palette. — Hermann Hesse

Lorielle Celsor Quotes By Ally Thomas

Even in Hell, we need to keep our sense of humor, sis." (Rayea) — Ally Thomas

Lorielle Celsor Quotes By Cees Nooteboom

We are our secrets, and, if all goes well, we will take them with us to where no-one can touch them. — Cees Nooteboom