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The word 'genius' isn't applicable in football. A genius is a guy like Norman Einstein.
– Joe TheismannRate it:
The word 'meaningful' when used today is nearly always meaningless.
– Paul JohnsonRate it:
The word 'politics' is derived from the word 'poly', meaning 'many', and the word 'ticks', meaning 'blood sucking parasites'.
– Larry HardimanRate it:
The word change, so dear to our Europe, has been given a new meaning: it no longer means a new stage of coherent development (as it was understood by Vico, Hegel or Marx), but a shift from one side to another, from front to back, from the back to the left, from the left to the front (as understood by designers dreaming up the fashion for the next season).
– Milan KunderaRate it:
The word impossible is not in my dictionary.
– Napoleon BonaparteRate it:
The word liberal distinguishes whatever nourishes the mind and spirit from the training which is merely practical or professional or from the trivialities which are no training at all.
– Alan SimpsonRate it:
The word of a man is a man, so make your words worthwhile.
– Vikrant ParsaiRate it:
The word ‘I’ symbolizes own EGO as sage says, ‘YOU’ sounds ADVICE directed towards others and ‘WE’ signifies ACTION as it involves everyone alike; A true leader defines and differentiates oneself from others by often constructive ACTION than ADVICE and the same reflects in one’s language.
– Anuj SomanyRate it:
The words 'I am...' are potent words be careful what you hitch them to. The thing you're claiming has a way of reaching back and claiming you.
– A. L. KitselmanRate it:
The words of the Constitution are so unrestricted by their intrinsic meaning or by their history or by tradition or by prior decisions that they leave the individual Justice free, if indeed they do not compel him, to gather meaning not from reading the Constitution but from reading life.
– Felix FrankfurterRate it:
The words that a father speaks to his children in the privacy of home are not heard by the world, but, as in whispering galleries, they are clearly heard at the end, and by posterity.
– RictherRate it:
The words that enlighten the soul are more precious than jewels.
– Hazrat Inayat KhanRate it:
The words that enlighten the soul r much more precious than Jewels.
– IrfanAhmadMallaRate it:
The words you speak today should be soft and tender. . . for tomorrow you may have to eat them.
– UnknownRate it:
The work an unknown good man has done is like a vein of water flowing hidden underground, secretly making the ground green.
– Thomas CalyleRate it:
The work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives and the dream shall never die.
– Edward M. Kennedy, Democratic National Convention, 1980Rate it:
The work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives and the dreams shall never die.
– Edward M. KennedyRate it:
The work of an intellectual is not to mould the political will of others; it is, through the analyses that he does in his own field, to re-examine evidence and assumptions, to shake up habitual ways of working and thinking, to dissipate conventional familiarities, to re-evaluate rules and institutions and to participate in the formation of a political will (where he has his role as citizen to play).
– Michel FoucaultRate it:
The work of art must seize upon you, wrap you up in itself and carry you away. It is the means by which the artist conveys his passion. It is the current which he puts forth which sweeps you along in his passion.
– Auguste RenoirRate it:
The work of internal government has become the task of controlling the thousands of fifth-rate men
– Henry B. AdamsRate it:
The work trains the youth. I have a start of old age ... (Le travail forme la jeunesse. J'ai un début de vieillesse ...)
– Charles de LEUSSERate it:
The worker can unionize, go out on strike; mothers are divided from each other in homes, tied to their children by compassionate bonds; our wildcat strikes have most often taken the form of physical or mental breakdown.
– Adrienne RichRate it:
The working-class is now issuing from its hiding-place to assert an Englishman's heaven-born privilege of doing as he likes, and is beginning to perplex us by marching where it likes, meeting where it likes, bawling what it likes, breaking what it likes.
– Matthew ArnoldRate it:
The works of women are symbolical. We sew, sew, prick our fingers, dull our sight, producing what? A pair of slippers, sir, to put on when you're weary -- or a stool. To stumble over and vex you... curse that stool! Or else at best, a cushion, where you lean and sleep, and dream of something we are not, but would be for your sake. Alas, alas! This hurts most, this... that, after all, we are paid the worth of our work, perhaps.
– Elizabeth Barrett BrowningRate it:
The world always makes the assumption that the exposure of an error is identical with the discovery of truth--that the error and truth are simply opposite. They are nothing of the sort. What the world turns to, when it is cured on one error, is usually simply another error, and maybe one worse than the first one.
– H.L. MenckenRate it:

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