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Repudiating Define Quotes By Tim Weiner

The Bureau had conducted uncounted break-ins and black-bag jobs on Hoover's say-so. The — Tim Weiner

Repudiating Define Quotes By Terry Pratchett

The astrological prediction for Libra in the "Your Stars Today" column — Terry Pratchett

Repudiating Define Quotes By Lech Walesa

"It all came from there," Lech Walesa said, pointing to a TV when a reporter asked him why communism fell. — Lech Walesa

Repudiating Define Quotes By Pema Chodron

We don't have to be harsh with ourselves when we think, sitting here, that our meditation or our oryoki or the way we are in the world is in the category of worst horse. — Pema Chodron

Repudiating Define Quotes By Mitt Romney

And wages - we'll see the end of this decline we're having. The median income in America is down 10% in just the last four years. That's got to stop. We've got to start seeing rising wages and job growth. — Mitt Romney

Repudiating Define Quotes By Sendhil Ramamurthy

I was pre-med, so I was going to go into the family business, more or less. But I came to my senses, luckily, and backed out, and decided to go to drama school. — Sendhil Ramamurthy

Repudiating Define Quotes By Jiang Rong

Chen pointed to the cub. "There's your brute." Then he pointed to the pups. "And there's your domestication. For the most part, Westerners are descendants of barbarian, nomadic tribes such as the Teutons and the Anglo-Saxons. They burst out of the primeval forest like wild animals after a couple of thousand years of Greek and Roman civilization, and sacked ancient Rome. They eat steak, cheese, and butter with knives and forks, which is how they've retained more primitive wildness than the traditional farming races. Over the past hundred years, domesticated China has been bullied by the brutish West. It's not surprising that for thousands of years the Chinese colossus has been spectacularly pummeled by tiny nomadic peoples. — Jiang Rong

Repudiating Define Quotes By Tom Robbins

Christians, and some Jews, claim we're in the "end times," but they've been saying this off and on for more than two thousand years. — Tom Robbins

Repudiating Define Quotes By Sara Humphreys

He tipped his head to Ronan and looked warily at Bowser. "Sir."
"David, this is Ronan McGuire and his partner, Bowser," Maddy said. "They're two of New York's finest. — Sara Humphreys

Repudiating Define Quotes By Debasish Mridha

Everything that happens around and within us is a reflection of our thoughts, imaginations, and actions. — Debasish Mridha

Repudiating Define Quotes By Dean Dudley

Arius, upon his excommunication at Alexandria, in 321, retired to Palestine, and wrote various letters to men of distinction, in which he labored to demonstrate the truth of his doctrines, thereby drawing over immense numbers to his side, and particularly Eusebius, Bishop of Nicomedia, a man of vast influence. These bishops held a council in Bithynia, probably at Nicomedia, in which two hundred and fifty bishops are reported to have been present. All we know of their acts and decisions is, that they sent letters to all the bishops of Christendom, entreating them not to exclude the friends of Arius from their communion, and requesting them to intercede with Alexander that he would not do so. — Dean Dudley

Repudiating Define Quotes By Bill Gates

In American math classes, we teach a lot of concepts poorly over many years. In the Asian systems they teach you very few concepts very well over a few years. — Bill Gates