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19 Badgered Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Badgered Sayings By Scott Ellis: Any director who comes into a revival owes a great deal to the original director. Any director who comes into a revival owes a great deal to the original director. If I know the backbone works, it gives me, as a director, much more freedom to bring something new to it or try something different. — Scott Ellis
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Badgered Sayings By John Quincy Adams: Whether to the nation or to the state, no service can be or ever will Whether to the nation or to the state, no service can be or ever will be rendered by a more able or a more faithful public servant. — John Quincy Adams
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Badgered Sayings By Thich Nhat Hanh: Breath remains the vehicle to unite body and mind and to open the gate to Breath remains the vehicle to unite body and mind and to open the gate to wisdom. — Thich Nhat Hanh
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Badgered Sayings By Assata Shakur: After i had escaped, the police had so persistently and brutally badgered my mother that After i had escaped, the police had so persistently and brutally badgered my mother that she had had a heart attack. What they had done to Evelyn was beyond belief. I understood why Evelyn had reacted to my call the way she did. At one time, Evelyn's office telephone had ten intercepts on it. She and my mother had received phony notes in my handwriting. They had received telephone calls with my voice telling them to "come to the spot and bring some money." They had found electric eyes and all kinds of other devices in and around their houses. — Assata Shakur
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Badgered Sayings By Lois McMaster Bujold: The days were a gray fog. Faces, familiar and unfamiliar, badgered him for directions, to The days were a gray fog. Faces, familiar and unfamiliar, badgered him for directions, to which his reply was an invariable, laconic, "Suit yourself." Elena would not talk to him at all. He was stirred to fear she was finding comfort in Baz's arms. He watched her covertly, anxious. But she seemed not to be finding comfort anywhere. After — Lois McMaster Bujold
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Badgered Sayings By Peter Benchley: The young man was tall and slim. He wore sandals and a bathing suit and The young man was tall and slim. He wore sandals and a bathing suit and a short-sleeved shirt with an alligator emblem stitched to the left breast, which caused Brody to take an instant, instinctive dislike to the man. In his adolescence Brody had thought of those shirts as badges of wealth and position. All the summer people wore them. Brody badgered his mother until she bought him one - "a two-dollar shirt with a six-dollar lizard on it," she said. — Peter Benchley
Badgered Sayings By Barton Gellman: Privacy is relational. It depends on the audience. You don't want your employer to know Privacy is relational. It depends on the audience. You don't want your employer to know you're job hunting. You don't spill all about your love life to your mom or your kids. You don't tell trade secrets to your rivals. — Barton Gellman
Badgered Sayings By Terry Pratchett: It looked like the sort of book described in library catalogues as 'slightly foxed', although It looked like the sort of book described in library catalogues as 'slightly foxed', although it would be more honest to admit that it looked as though it had been badgered, wolved and possibly beared as well. — Terry Pratchett
Badgered Sayings By Gerald Gardner: Now, I simply won't let my friends, the people who trusted me, be bothered and Now, I simply won't let my friends, the people who trusted me, be bothered and badgered about — Gerald Gardner
Badgered Sayings By James McBride: But as a kid, I preferred the black side, and often wished that Mommy had But as a kid, I preferred the black side, and often wished that Mommy had sent me to black schools like my friends. Instead I was stuck at that white school, P.S. 138, with white classmates who were convinced I could dance like James Brown. They constantly badgered me to do the "James Brown" for them, a squiggling of the feet made famous by the "Godfather of Soul" himself, who back in the sixties was bigger than life. I tried to explain to them that I couldn't dance. I have always been one of the worst dancers that God has ever put upon this earth. — James McBride
Badgered Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: I sympathize afresh with the mighty Voltaire, who, when badgered on his deathbed and urged I sympathize afresh with the mighty Voltaire, who, when badgered on his deathbed and urged to renounce the devil, murmured that this was no time to be making enemies. — Christopher Hitchens
Badgered Sayings By Megan Whalen Turner: My god is not a ten-devotee-to-the-average-dozen, got-a-priest-on-every-corner kind of god who is always being badgered My god is not a ten-devotee-to-the-average-dozen, got-a-priest-on-every-corner kind of god who is always being badgered by his worshipers. He keeps a very close eye on me, and what may look completely stupid to you is merely a demonstration of my faith. — Megan Whalen Turner
Badgered Sayings By Eknath Easwaran: Love is so exquisitely elusive. It cannot be bought, cannot be badgered, cannot be hijacked. Love is so exquisitely elusive. It cannot be bought, cannot be badgered, cannot be hijacked. It is available only in one rare form: as the natural response of a healthy mind and healthy heart.
Eknath Easwaran
Badgered Sayings By John Bartholomew Gough: One of those poor fellows that had become a Christian was badgered by his companions; One of those poor fellows that had become a Christian was badgered by his companions; and one of them said, "How do you know that Jesus Christ has forgiven your sins? " The man turned at once and said, "How do you know when you have got sugar in your tea? — John Bartholomew Gough
Badgered Sayings By Thomas Hobbes: Liberty, to define it, is nothing other than the absence of impediments to motion Liberty, to define it, is nothing other than the absence of impediments to motion — Thomas Hobbes
Badgered Sayings By Nora Roberts: He's back in Maine now.She did say he badgered her with questions. Of course, she He's back in Maine now.She did say he badgered her with questions. Of course, she didn't have the answer until she spoke to me and found out you were here." Gennie frowned at the sea and said nothing. "She wondered if you were following Macintosh in the papers. It took me over two hours to figure why she would have asked that.
Gennie turned back with a speculative look which Serena met blandly. "Perhaps I'm not following you," she said, automatically guarding Grant's secret.
Serena took the pot the waiter placed on the table. "Coffee,Veronica?"
Gennie let out an admiring laugh and nodded her head. "You're very quick, Rena."
"I love puzzles," she corrected, "and the pieces were all there. — Nora Roberts
Badgered Sayings By Jennifer Estep: For the first time, I was glad that Finn had badgered me into buying the For the first time, I was glad that Finn had badgered me into buying the Aston, because the car purred into high gear with no visible effort and hugged the road better than a creepy old uncle at Christmas, not wanting to let go of his pretty young relatives. — Jennifer Estep
Badgered Sayings By Libba Bray: No historians or librar ians were harmed in the making of this book, but some No historians or librar ians were harmed in the making of this book, but some were badgered extensively with questions. — Libba Bray
Badgered Sayings By Henry Ward Beecher: Badgered, snubbed and scolded on the one hand; petted, flattered and indulged on the other-it Badgered, snubbed and scolded on the one hand; petted, flattered and indulged on the other-it is astonishing how many children work their way up to an honest manhood in spite of parents and friends. Human nature has an element of great toughness in it. — Henry Ward Beecher