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Sparks Momentary

O what is life, if we must hold it thus as wind-blown sparks hold momentary fire?

- Ada Cambridge

Doing Making

We continue to look at accretive and synergistic acquisitions both in the domestic as well as international markets. Our emphasis, thus, will be on strategic acquisitions, and we will not be doing it just for the sake of making our name bigger.

- Adi Godrej

Art Loves

Man loves everything that satisfies his comfort. He hates everything that wants to draw him out of his acquired and secured position and that disturbs him. Thus he loves the house and hates art.

- Adolf Loos

More England

More emphasis was thus thrown upon the local governments than in England.

- Albert Bushnell Hart

Future Modes

The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything save our modes of thinking and we thus drift toward unparalleled catastrophe.

- Albert Einstein

New Constant

British fashion is self confident and fearless. It refuses to bow to commerce, thus generating a constant flow of new ideas whilst drawing in British heritage.

- Alexander McQueen

United States Forming

In the United States, the majority undertakes to supply a multitude of ready-made opinions for the use of individuals, who are thus relieved from the necessity of forming opinions of their own.

- Alexis de Tocqueville

Given Which

From this, without doubt, sprang the fable. Man created it thus, because it was not given him to see more than himself and nature, which surrounds him; but he created it true with a truth all its own.

- Alfred de Vigny

See Disagreement

Thus, we see that one of the obvious origins of human disagreement lies in the use of noises for words.

- Alfred Korzybski

Which Laws

Thus, the Archivist must display at all times scrupulous independence and a devotion to the laws and principles which govern the responsibilities of the office.

- Allen Weinstein

Happy Television

I am someone who doesn't say no to opportunities and, thus, would be happy to do something interesting on television.

- Amruta Khanvilkar

Which Another

What another would have done as well as you, do not do it. What another would have said as well as you, do not say it; what another would have written as well, do not write it. Be faithful to that which exists nowhere but in yourself-and thus make yourself indispensable.

- Andre Gide

Born Bring

When Usenet was eclipsed by websites in the late 1990s, people from that world - many of them programmers - wanted to bring the freewheeling, amazing discussions of Usenet to the web. And thus, RSS was born.

- Annalee Newitz

Translating Visible

Clairvoyants can see flashes of colour, constantly changing, in the aura that surrounds every person: each thought, each feeling, thus translating itself in the astral world, visible to the astral sight.

- Annie Besant

Learn Impressed

We learn much during our sleep, and the knowledge thus gained slowly filters into the physical brain, and is occasionally impressed upon it as a vivid and illuminative dream.

- Annie Besant

Scale Pioneering

Thus I was able to make pioneering measurements of the height and physical scale of plasma clouds in the ionosphere and also to estimate wind speeds in this region.

- Antony Hewish

Like Demoralizing

Like every aspect of cancer I've weathered thus far, today's experience was not at all demoralizing, expensive or humiliating. No, it was just plain fun.

- April Winchell

Stress Created

Training gives us an outlet for suppressed energies created by stress and thus tones the spirit just as exercise conditions the body.

- Arnold Schwarzenegger

Peace Freedom

Thus, the struggle for peace includes the struggle for freedom and justice for the masses of all countries.

- Arthur Henderson

Society Similarly

If co-operation, is thus the lifeblood of science and technology, it is similarly vital to society as a whole.

- Arthur Holly Compton

Far Before

Thus far we run before the wind.

- Arthur Murphy

Always Which

The consequences of things are not always proportionate to the apparent magnitude of those events that have produced them. Thus the American Revolution, from which little was expected, produced much; but the French Revolution, from which much was expected, produced little.

- Charles Caleb Colton

Monkey Again

An American monkey, after getting drunk on brandy, would never touch it again, and thus is much wiser than most men.

- Charles Darwin

Generation Comprehend

It is fortunate that each generation does not comprehend its own ignorance. We are thus enabled to call our ancestors barbarous.

- Charles Dudley Warner

Why Reason

Why is this thus? What is the reason for this thusness?

- Charles Farrar Browne

Christ Qualified

Christ has not only ordained that there shall be such officers in his Church - he has not only specified their duties and prerogatives - but he gives the requisite qualifications, and calls those thus qualified, and by that call gives them their official authority.

- Charles Hodge

Models Prized

The rule seems to be that there are no absolutes, that what is rare is prized. Thus, in times of relative affluence, thin models become dominant.

- Charles Jencks

Christian Sociology

Thus Christian humanism is as indispensable to the Christian way of life as Christian ethics and a Christian sociology.

- Christopher Dawson

Must Wrestle

God is a talking God, and thus you must come to wrestle with him. You must wrestle with what he said.

- D. A. Carson

Empathy Still

A child raised on a desert island, alone, without social interaction, without language, and thus lacking empathy, is still a sentient being.

- Daniel Dennett

Been Fantasize

I fantasize that our politicians have been moved by the dialogues of Plato, and thus contemplate the ancient conflict of the sophists versus the lovers of truth.

- Daniel S. Loeb

Nature Art

Art, as far as it is able, follows nature, as a pupil imitates his master; thus your art must be, as it were, God's grandchild.

- Dante Alighieri

Father Treated

My father and mother treated us children as intellectual equals, thus greatly bolstering our self-confidence and our interest in ideas of all kinds.

- David Gross

Idea Will

Knowledge is now accepted as the best we humans can do at the moment, but with the hope that we will turn out to be wrong - and thus to advance our knowledge. What's happening to networked knowledge seems to make it much closer to the scientific idea of what knowledge is.

- David Weinberger

Educated Likely

An educated patient is empowered; thus, more likely to become healthy.

- Dean Ornish

Reason Sumptuous

Thus the public use of reason and freedom is nothing but a dessert, a sumptuous dessert.

- Johann Georg Hamann

Through Distinguish

By allowing the positive ions to pass through an electric field and thus giving them a certain velocity, it is possible to distinguish them from the neutral, stationary atoms.

- Johannes Stark

Beginning Established

Thus at the beginning of 1906 it seemed to be established that the emitters of the spectral series of chemical elements are their positive atomic ions.

- Johannes Stark

Became Cease

While Lincoln thus became a lawyer, he did not cease to remain a politician.

- John George Nicolay

Will Misfortunes

I am disposed to be thus particular from the interest you take in our welfare and from the entire confidence I have in your knowing, that you will be sympathetic with us in our misfortunes.

- John Hawley

Rome Been

Thus again the Netherlands, for the first time since the fall of Rome, were united under one crown imperial. They had already been once united, in their slavery to Rome.

- John Lothrop Motley

Holland Liberties

Thus the liberties of Holland and Flanders waxed, daily, stronger.

- John Lothrop Motley

Broken Country

Thus the whole country was broken into many shreds and patches of sovereignty.

- John Lothrop Motley

Islamic Large

President Bush's war on Iraq is viewed broadly in Islamic communities as an attack on Islam, and thus the President has alienated a large part of one fifth of the world's population.

- John Olver

Figure Models

I carry out my work thus: I never use models or nature for the figure, drapery or anything else.

- John Tenniel

Nothing Tortured

My egotistical concern was less that I would fail to relate to my classmates than that they would know nothing of my uniquely tortured life's course and, thus, me.

- John Thorn

Subject Unto

The apostle enters upon his subject thus - Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers; for there is no power but of God: the powers that be, are ordained of God.

- Jonathan Mayhew

Software Invited

Despite outsiders being invited to write software, the iPhone thus remains tightly tethered to its vendor - the way that the Kindle is controlled by Amazon.

- Jonathan Zittrain

Adolescence Preserved

Poetry is adolescence fermented, and thus preserved.

- Jose Ortega y Gasset

Senses Which

Both our senses and our passions are a supply to the imperfection of our nature; thus they show that we are such sort of creatures as to stand in need of those helps which higher orders of creatures do not.

- Joseph Butler

Self-Love Other

Thus self-love as one part of human nature, and the several particular principles as the other part, are, themselves, their objects and ends, stated and shown.

- Joseph Butler

Art Perfect

A man is most happy when he is most perfect, and he is most perfect when all his faculties are proportionately and harmoniously developed. Thus developed, nature and art and society supply him with a thousand sources of enjoyment.

- Joseph P. Bradley

Iranian Regime

Thus the regime has deprived Iranian women not just of their present rights, but also of their history and their past.

- Azar Nafisi

Proud Country

Thus, only in a hopeful and confident temper, in a proud and constructive spirit, will we rescue the present and safeguard the future of our beloved country.

- Bainbridge Colby

Mind Proportion

If God be an infinite being, there cannot be, either in the present or future world, any relative proportion between man and his God. Thus, the idea of God can never enter the human mind.

- Baron d'Holbach

Beauty February

After the near-total destruction of Dresden in the Allied fire-bombing of February 1945, few people believed that its beauty would ever return. Dresden's slow but steady comeback was thus met with great relief.

- Gunter Blobel

Natural Wanting

There is nothing more natural than to consider everything as starting from oneself, chosen as the center of the world; one finds oneself thus capable of condemning the world without even wanting to hear its deceitful chatter.

- Guy Debord

Against Trend

The trend of the market is up, not down. Shorting stocks puts you against that trend and thus makes it more difficult to make money.

- Guy Spier

May Other

Religion may become a fashion as well as anything else; and, when it does become so, it has as little to do, in those who thus hold it, with the heart and the character as any other fashion.

- Benjamin Robbins Curtis

Country Nothing

It is my contention that civil disobediences are nothing but the latest form of voluntary association, and that they are thus quite in tune with the oldest traditions of the country.

- Hannah Arendt

Smaller Inverse

There thus appears to be an inverse correlation between recovery and psychotherapy; the more psychotherapy, the smaller the recovery rate.

- Hans Eysenck

Commence Inescapable

Thus it is necessary to commence from an inescapable duality: the finite is not the infinite.

- Hans Urs von Balthasar

Living More

The more language is a living operation, the less we are aware of it. Thus it follows from the self-forgetfulness of language that its real being consists in what is said in it.

- Hans-Georg Gadamer

Conscience Which

Fidelity to conscience is inconsistent with retiring modesty. If it be so, let the modesty succumb. It can be only a false modesty which can be thus endangered.

- Harriet Martineau

Lives Other

Our lives are to be used and thus to be lived as fully as possible, and truly it seems that we are never so alive as when we concern ourselves with other people.

- Harry Chapin

Wealth Through

Rock musicians, and a vast array of popular-music musicians, due to their wealth, acquired through the mass of their notoriety, are able to be listened to and heard and thus are able to effect change on an international level.

- Bill Dixon

Some Remain

Thus, they are free to replace some objects by others so long as the relations remain unchanged.

- Henri Poincare

In The Past Sometime

Creation is not taking place now, so far as can be observed. Therefore, it was accomplished sometime in the past, if at all, and thus is inaccessible to the scientific method.

- Henry M. Morris

Desire Which

Thus they have an idol that they petition for victory in war; another for success in their labors; and so for everything in which they seek or desire prosperity, they have their idols, which they honor and serve.

- Hernan Cortes

Nation Made

With options thus foreclosed, in order to protect and defend the nation and clear the obstacles that stood in its path, a decisive appeal to arms was made.

- Hideki Tojo

Civilization

Thus, it was to seek true civilization and true justice for all the peoples of the world, and to view this as the destruction of personal freedom and respect is to be assailed by the hatred and emotion of war, and to make hasty judgments.

- Hideki Tojo

Work Over

As the work proceeded we found that the western end of the cutting receded under the slope of the rock, and thus was partly roofed over by the overhanging rock.

- Howard Carter

Backbone South

The Afro-American is thus the backbone of the South.

- Ida B. Wells

Total Biggest

Thus in Christianity the alienation had become total, and it was this total alienation that was the biggest obstacle to the progress of self-consciousness.

- Bruno Bauer

Some Spent

Most of my ambitions were seeded at St. John's. My time there was some of the best time I have spent on Earth thus far.

- Burton Cummings

Law Convention

Thus the Convention is unequivocal in its call for children to be consulted, to have their opinions heard and to have their best interests considered when law and policies are being drafted.

- Carol Bellamy

Sentence Poetic

Every discourse, even a poetic or oracular sentence, carries with it a system of rules for producing analogous things and thus an outline of methodology.

- Jacques Derrida

Money Use

Thus, the use of fiat money is more justifiable in financing a depression than in financing a war.

- Carroll Quigley

Eternity Which

Each day is a step we make towards eternity and we shall continue thus to step from day to day until we take the last step, which will bring us into the presence of God.

- Catherine McAuley

Always Almost

Monsters almost always are culture's way of working out their fears and are thus inherently incredibly interesting and powerful.

- Catherynne M. Valente

Family Discard

He who is overly attached to his family members experiences fear and sorrow, for the root of all grief is attachment. Thus one should discard attachment to be happy.

- Chanakya

Given Respecting

I have thus given you a full statement of all that I know respecting the origin of Mormonism.

- Charles Anthon

Achievement Almost

Grades are almost completely relative, in effect ranking students relative to others in their class. Thus extra achievement by one student not only raises his position, but in effect lowers the position of others.

- James S. Coleman

Winter New

Thus, during the winter of 2003 I ventured into a new arena as a professional photographer.

- Janine Turner

Honour Other

Only with the honour thus acquired can we earn the respect of our other compatriots as well.

- Janos Kadar

Which Nor

Children have neither a past nor a future. Thus they enjoy the present, which seldom happens to us.

- Jean de la Bruyere

Condemns Sealed

But He Himself hath sealed your sufferings, and their thus saying condemns God, and His sealing condemns them.

- Donald Cargill

Past Judgement

There are thus great swathes of the past where understanding is more important and reputable than judgement, because the principal actors performed in line with the ideas and values of that time, not of ours.

- Douglas Hurd

News Very

CNBC is a very serious-minded financial news network, and what we've seen thus far from Fox appears to be not as investment-focused or financially focused, and that's good for us.

- Jeff Zucker

Glass Fibers

Fibers made on Earth, and thus made in the presence of gravity, have impurities and defects in the glass that adversely affect transmission speed and quality.

- Dylan Taylor

Holy Apt

Whoever resorts regularly to the lessons of Holy Scripture as an apt pupil will take the Savior into her group, and the children will perceive that He is present and that He assists in their work; thus, He will take possession of their souls.

- Edith Stein

Lay Large

Economists of a classical bent lay a large part of the decline of employment, and thus lagging output, to a contraction of labour supply.

- Edmund Phelps

Like Reduce

When people switch to car-sharing from car ownership, they reduce their vehicle miles traveled by 44 percent, and thus their greenhouse gas emissions go down by, like, 40 percent.

- Jessica Scorpio

Other Which

And so about many other things of the same nature, we are trying to make people believe these things, and we make creeds of them; and thus we continue to do our own will, which is the ground of all sin.

- Elias Hicks

Think Individual

We tend to see individual differences instead of human universals. Thus, when someone says the word 'intelligence,' we think of Einstein instead of humans.

- Eliezer Yudkowsky

Injustice Another

It is not possible that one man can convert another into a piece of property, thus at once annihilating all his personal rights, without the most flagrant injustice and usurpation.

- Elijah Parish Lovejoy

May Though

Thus the races, though alike in their physical response to climate, may possibly be different in their mental response because they have approached America by different paths.

- Ellsworth Huntington

Natural Lives

Moreover, no one is judged from the natural man, thus not so long as he lives in the natural world, for man is then in a natural body; but everyone is judged in the spiritual man, and therefore when he comes into the spiritual world, for man is then in a spiritual body.

- Emanuel Swedenborg

My Life More

I saw that philosophy had no power to make my life more bearable. Thus I lost my belief in philosophy.

- Emil Cioran

Reflection Necessary

As a rule, all heroism is due to a lack of reflection, and thus it is necessary to maintain a mass of imbeciles. If they once understand themselves the ruling men will be lost.

- Ernest Renan