In Great Britain the price of food is at a higher level than in any other country, and consequently, the British artisan labours at a disadvantage in proportion to the higher rate of his food.

By : Joseph Hume 0 Likes          


Tradition can, to be sure, participate in a creation, but it can no longer be creative itself.

By : Kenzo Tange

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We shouldn't have to be burdened with all the technicalities that come up from time to time with shrewd, smart lawyers interpreting what the laws or what the Constitution may or may not say.

By : Dan Quayle

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We might possess every technological resource... but if our language is inadequate, our vision remains formless, our thinking and feeling are still running in the old cycles, our process may be "revolutionary" but not transformative.

By : Adrienne Rich

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In a bad marriage, friends are the invisible glue. If we have enough friends, we may go on for years, intending to leave, talking about leaving - instead of actually getting up and leaving.

By : Erica Jong

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A lot of people my age are so hyper. I like hyper people.

By : Edward Furlong

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Art is commenting on what's going on around you in your life.

By : Al Jourgensen

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There is no prejudice that the work of art does not finally overcome.

By : Andre Gide

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We march and fight, to death or on to victory. Our might is right, no traitors shall prevail. Our hearts are steeled against the fiery gates of hell. No shot or shell, can still our mighty song.

By : George Lincoln Rockwell

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I was in love with this character of Ray Krebbs. I wanted the part badly. I had done several Western films in my career at that point and there wasn't much opportunity then to play Western roles on television at that time.

By : Steve Kanaly

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I was not created to be occupied by eating delicious foods like tied up cattle.

By : Ali ibn Abi Talib

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As no man is born an artist, so no man is born an angler.

By : Izaak Walton

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The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards.

By : Anatole France

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