We never taste happiness in perfection, our most fortunate successes are mixed with sadness.

By : Pierre Corneille 0 Likes          


The Nationals tried hard to recover the lost ground. The final result, however, was the success of the Forest Citys by a score of 29 to 23 in a nine innings game, twice interrupted by rain.

By : Henry Chadwick

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I have to say when we talk about the treatment of these prisoners that I would guess that these prisoners wake up every morning thanking Allah that Saddam Hussein is not in charge of these prisons.

By : James Inhofe

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Anyone who can walk to the welfare office can walk to work.

By : Al Capp

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Most poets in their youth begin in adolescent sadness. I find it more rewarding to end in gladness.

By : James Broughton

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China and India are close neighbours linked by mountains and rivers and the Chinese and Indian peoples have enjoyed friendly exchanges for thousands of years.

By : Li Peng

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Women will never be as successful as men because they have no wives to advise them.

By : Dick Van Dyke

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As our expedition to New York seems likely to be attended with a very fatal Consequence, and ourselves haply censured for undertaking it without assurance of success.

By : Lewis Hallam

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In working on a poem, I love to revise. Lots of younger poets don't enjoy this, but in the process of revision I discover things.

By : Rita Dove

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The discovery of a new dish confers more happiness on humanity, than the discovery of a new star.

By : Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin

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Here in the United States, our profession is much maligned, people simply don't trust or like journalists anymore and that's sad.

By : Christiane Amanpour

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Like the British Constitution, she owes her success in practice to her inconsistencies in principle.

By : Thomas Hardy

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I don't much enjoy Back and Forth. I mean, I think it has its own particular qualities, but I think it's inferior to any of the half-hour ones we did.

By : Rowan Atkinson

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