Abridging Famous Quotes & Sayings

27 Abridging Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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The Constitution, in addition to delegating certain enumerated powers to Congress, places whole areas outside the reach of Congress' regulatory authority. The First Amendment, for example, is fittingly celebrated for preventing Congress from "prohibiting the free exercise" of religion or "abridging the freedom of speech." The Second Amendment similarly appears to contain an express limitation on the government's authority.Clarence Thomas Abridging Sayings By Clarence Thomas: The Constitution, in addition to delegating certain enumerated powers to Congress, places whole areas outside
Stories set the inner life into motion, and this is particularly important where the inner life is frightened, wedged, or cornered. Story greases the hoists and pulleys, it causes adrenaline to surge, shows us the way out, down, or up, and for our trouble, cuts for us fine wide doors in previously blank walls, openings that lead to the dreamland, that lead to love and learning, that lead us back to our own real lives as knowing wildish women.Clarissa Pinkola Estes Abridging Sayings By Clarissa Pinkola Estes: Stories set the inner life into motion, and this is particularly important where the inner
You get what you focus on. What we see ahead impacts the actions we take right now. How we live and lead is directly connected to what we see.Michael Hyatt Abridging Sayings By Michael Hyatt: You get what you focus on. What we see ahead impacts the actions we take
Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of production and trade ...Ayn Rand Abridging Sayings By Ayn Rand: Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of production and trade ...
Just because something is easy to measure doesn't mean it's important.Seth Godin Abridging Sayings By Seth Godin: Just because something is easy to measure doesn't mean it's important.
The relevant part of the First Amendment here prohibits the making of any law, quote, "abridging the freedom of speech." And it's pretty well-established that speech comes in many forms.Laura Sydell Abridging Sayings By Laura Sydell: The relevant part of the First Amendment here prohibits the making of any law, quote,
February is the uncertain month, neither black nor white but all shades between by turns. Nothing is sure.Gladys Hasty Carroll Abridging Sayings By Gladys Hasty Carroll: February is the uncertain month, neither black nor white but all shades between by turns.
It was the cause of many of Dad's outrages too, when people elected themselves his personal oracle of Delphi ... They'd made the mistake of abridging Dad, putting Dad in a nutshell, telling Dad How It Was (and getting it all wrong).
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"The act of being personally misconstrued," Dad said, "informed to one's face one is no more complex than a few words haphazardly strung together like blotchy undershirts on a clothesline
well, it can fall the most self-possessed of individuals.
Marisha Pessl Abridging Sayings By Marisha Pessl: It was the cause of many of Dad's outrages too, when people elected themselves his
The First Amendment's language leaves no room for inference that abridgments of speech and press can be made just because they are slight. That Amendment provides, in simple words, that "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press." I read "no law ... abridging" to mean no law abridging.Hugo Black Abridging Sayings By Hugo Black: The First Amendment's language leaves no room for inference that abridgments of speech and press
The Framers of the First Amendment were not concerned with preventing government from abridging their freedom to speak about crops and cockfighting, or with protecting the expressive activity of topless dancers, which of late has found some shelter under the First Amendment. Rather, the Framers cherished unabridged freedom of political communication.George Will Abridging Sayings By George Will: The Framers of the First Amendment were not concerned with preventing government from abridging their
You are capable of anything. Dream great dreams.Lailah Gifty Akita Abridging Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: You are capable of anything. Dream great dreams.
Most major domestic programs got more money this year, and they're used to reflect the priorities of the upcoming year. One good example is, the Secret Service is getting $268 extra dollars because it's a presidential election year and the agency's going to be under more demands.Susan Davis Abridging Sayings By Susan Davis: Most major domestic programs got more money this year, and they're used to reflect the
I fear you do not fully comprehend the danger of abridging the liberties of the people. Nothing but the very sternest necessity can ever justify it. A government had better go to the very extreme of toleration, than to do aught that could be construed into an interference with, or to jeopardize in any degree, the common rights of its citizens.Abraham Lincoln Abridging Sayings By Abraham Lincoln: I fear you do not fully comprehend the danger of abridging the liberties of the
Miss Kane, I have been worried.

Sorry, I've been in a faery closet and a werewolf dungeon.

Business or pleasure?

Business.
Alexis Hall Abridging Sayings By Alexis Hall: Miss Kane, I have been worried.Sorry, I've been in a faery closet and a werewolf
[Black nationalism] is not designed to make the black man reevaluate the white man
you know him already
but to make the black man re-evaluate himself. Don't change the white man's mind; you can't change his mind. And that whole thing about appealing to the moral conscience of America
America's conscience is bankrupt.
Malcolm X Abridging Sayings By Malcolm X: [Black nationalism] is not designed to make the black man reevaluate the white manyou know
If I only did theatre I would have had to waitress, and I didn't want to waitress.Kim Cattrall Abridging Sayings By Kim Cattrall: If I only did theatre I would have had to waitress, and I didn't want
Religion should be subject to commonsense appraisal and rational review, as openly discussible as, say, politics, art and the weather. The First Amendment, we should recall, forbids Congress both from establishing laws designating a state religion and from abridging freedom of speech. There is no reason why we should shy away from speaking freely about religion, no reason why it should be thought impolite to debate it, especially when, as so often happens, religious folk bring it up on their own and try to impose it on others.Jeffrey Tayler Abridging Sayings By Jeffrey Tayler: Religion should be subject to commonsense appraisal and rational review, as openly discussible as, say,
It is no more malicious, and surely no more unnatural than the act of introducing the male black widow spider to the female of the species. For, what is one doing but hasten the procedure of Nature, and thereby abridging the narrative?Joyce Carol Oates Abridging Sayings By Joyce Carol Oates: It is no more malicious, and surely no more unnatural than the act of introducing
When the tea is brought at five o'clock
And all the neat curtains are drawn with care,
The little black cat with bright green eyes
Is suddenly purring there.
Harold Monro Abridging Sayings By Harold Monro: When the tea is brought at five o'clockAnd all the neat curtains are drawn with
Laws abridging the natural right of the citizen should be restrained by rigorous constructions within their narrowest limits.Thomas Jefferson Abridging Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: Laws abridging the natural right of the citizen should be restrained by rigorous constructions within
Our country as a whole, no less than the Hastings College of Law, values tolerance, cooperation, learning, and the amicable resolution of conflicts. But we seek to achieve those goals through "[a] confident pluralism that conduces to civil peace and advances democratic consensus-building," not by abridging First Amendment rights.Samuel Alito Abridging Sayings By Samuel Alito: Our country as a whole, no less than the Hastings College of Law, values tolerance,
I relax while I work. It's really weird but my job doesn't feel like work at all. That's why I try to do as much as possible. When I'm on the set, learning lines and playing around, I'm relaxed. It's so amazing.Terry Crews Abridging Sayings By Terry Crews: I relax while I work. It's really weird but my job doesn't feel like work
Amendment I
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievance
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Amendment IV
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
The Founding Fathers Abridging Sayings By The Founding Fathers: Amendment ICongress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free
The teacher has more power than the Minister.Andy Hargreaves Abridging Sayings By Andy Hargreaves: The teacher has more power than the Minister.
Andres and I stood there. Why is she so angry? he asked. I told him about the pearls, even though I knew it was something more. Catalina was mad that I was me and she was herself. She was mad that Andres was standing here talking to me; that he'd said my name as though it were a secret we shared. There was nothing I could do about Catalina. I thought my grandmother might have been right in what she once told me. You think you know somebody, but what do you know? Only what they want to show you. Remember, it's what's inside that matters.Alice Hoffman Abridging Sayings By Alice Hoffman: Andres and I stood there. Why is she so angry? he asked. I told him
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.U.S. Congress Abridging Sayings By U.S. Congress: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise
And these great natural rights may be reduced to three principal or primary articles: the right of personal security; the right of personal liberty; and the right of private property; because as there is no other known method of compulsion, or of abridging man's natural free will, but by an infringement or diminution of one or other of these important rights, the preservation of these, inviolate, may justly be said to include the preservation of our civil immunities in their largest and most extensive sense.William Blackstone Abridging Sayings By William Blackstone: And these great natural rights may be reduced to three principal or primary articles: the