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Woschitz Group Quotes By William Shatner

My dad was good with actions. — William Shatner

Woschitz Group Quotes By John Glenn

Just because I'm 77 doesn't mean I don't have a dream. — John Glenn

Woschitz Group Quotes By Ursula K. Le Guin

Verbal imagery (such as a simile or a description of a place or an event) is more physical, more bodily, than thinking or feeling, but less physical, more internal, than the actual sounds of the words. Imagery takes place in "the imagination," which I take to be the meeting place of the thinking mind with the sensing body. What is imagined isn't physically real, but it feels as if it were: the reader sees or hears or feels what goes on in the story, is drawn into it, exists in it, among its images, in the imagination (the reader's? the writer's?) while reading. — Ursula K. Le Guin

Woschitz Group Quotes By James Madison

Money cannot be applied to the *general welfare*, otherwise than by an application of it to some *particular* measure conducive to the general welfare. Whenever, therefore, money has been raised by the general authority, and is to be applied to a particular measure, a question arises whether the particular measure be within the enumerated authorities vested in Congress. If it be, the money requisite for it may be applied to it; if it be not, no such application can be made. — James Madison

Woschitz Group Quotes By Holly Black

Call wasn't sure what it meant that he'd gone full Evil Overlord on Jasper but still couldn't manage to impress him. — Holly Black

Woschitz Group Quotes By Simon Cowell

I work out three or four times a week, I have Botox, take tons of vitamins and vitamin infusions - if you believe that these things work, you will feel better. — Simon Cowell

Woschitz Group Quotes By Anne Tyler

Now peculiar scraps of knowledge were stuck to him like lint from all his jobs. — Anne Tyler

Woschitz Group Quotes By Louis L'Amour

If you write a book set in the past about something that happened east of the Mississippi, it's a 'historical novel.' If you write about something that took place west of the Mississippi, it's a 'Western'- and somehow regarded as a lesser work. I write historical novels about the frontier. — Louis L'Amour