It flourished with the Saracens, and suffered in the obscure and fanatical days of the Middle Ages.
By : Isaac Mayer Wise
The only prejudice I've found anywhere in TV is in some advertising agencies, and there isn't so much prejudice as just fear.
By : Nat King Cole
Rove and his attorneys can parse the words all they want, but it is now clear that while Rove may not have given a reporter Plame's name, he clearly identified her by telling the reporter that Joseph Wilson's wife was a CIA agent.
By : Louise Slaughter
On the contrary, all the world would point to that nation as violating a treaty, by going to war with a country with whom they had engaged to enter into arbitration.
By : Richard Cobden
I'm very manipulative towards directors. My theory is that everyone on the set is directing the film, we're all receiving art messages from the universe on how we should do the film.
By : Jeff Bridges
The other thing is that if you rely solely on medication to manage depression or anxiety, for example, you have done nothing to train the mind, so that when you come off the medication, you are just as vulnerable to a relapse as though you had never taken the medication.
By : Daniel Goleman
I'm glad I started so young, because you are really able to endure so much at that age.
By : Debbie Gibson
Stupidity, outrage, vanity, cruelty, iniquity, bad faith, falsehood - we fail to see the whole array when it is facing in the same direction as we.
By : Jean Rostand
A manager should stay as far away as possible from his players. I don't know if I said ten words to Frank Robinson while he played for me.
By : Earl Weaver
I have serious concerns about whether it's prudent to give any foreign country substantial leverage over the U.S. economy. Instead of spending $80 billion on important programs here at home, we're sending this money overseas just to pay interest on our debt.
By : Tim Johnson