A man does what he must - in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles and dangers and pressures - and that is the basis of all human morality.

By : Winston Churchill 0 Likes          


One-third of our people were dangerously ill, getting worse hourly, and we felt sure of meeting the same fate, with death as our only prospect, which in such a country was much worse yet.

By : Alvar N. C. de Vaca

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I consider Khomeini's position dangerous. He does not have the right to pass judgment-that is not the Islamic way.

By : Naguib Mahfouz

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I weren't an actor, I'd be a wildlife biologist or forest ranger.

By : Rick Schroder

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If a race has no history, if it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated.

By : Carter G. Woodson

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Two dangers constantly threaten the world: order and disorder.

By : Paul Valery

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Anger is a wind which blows out the lamp of the mind.

By : Robert Green Ingersoll

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I remember when we were doing the first Dragon's Lair, I got really involved with coming up with all the little rooms and what was the danger in the room and going into it with bats and spiders and snakes.

By : Don Bluth

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Advertising men and politicians are dangerous if they are separated. Together they are diabolical.

By : Phillip Adams

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My family was loving... they were very supportive and very affectionate, and basically I could do what I wanted, and basically it wasn't anything dangerous, thank God.

By : Bob Balaban

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The Hussein regime's support for terrorism, within and outside of its borders, its appetite for the world's most dangerous weapons, and its openly declared hostility to the United States were a combination that was a gathering and growing danger to our country.

By : Jim Gerlach

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A world is in danger, this planet is in great danger!

By : Sun Ra

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Any plan of administration which contemplates a concentrating of responsibility is open to the dangers which follow the creation of a bureaucracy.

By : Arthur Capper

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