Bob Noyce Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Bob Noyce Sayings By Ipsit Bibhudarshi: I walked along the shore in the morning light, the winds have slept in the I walked along the shore in the morning light, the winds have slept in the arms of dawn after crying all night. — Ipsit Bibhudarshi
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Bob Noyce Sayings By August Wilson: You jumped but I'm falling too. You jumped but I'm falling too. — August Wilson
Bob Noyce Sayings By Allan Jacobs: If we can develop and design streets so that they are wonderful, fulfilling places to If we can develop and design streets so that they are wonderful, fulfilling places to be - community-building places, attractive for all people - then we will have successfully designed about one-third of the city directly and will have had an immense impact on the rest. — Allan Jacobs
Bob Noyce Sayings By Madeleine L'Engle: All right, all right, you go right on thinking you an act of God created All right, all right, you go right on thinking you an act of God created in his image, and I'll go right on thinking I'm descended from an ape. When you look in the mirror I should think you'd feel pretty discouraged; I wouldn't be happy to look at myself and think that my faces is an Imago Dei. It wouldn't make me feel I'd done very well by God. But when I look in the mirror and that I'm descended from an ape, I feel I've done remarkably well. — Madeleine L'Engle
Bob Noyce Sayings By Plato: Every king springs from a race of slaves, and every slave had kings among his Every king springs from a race of slaves, and every slave had kings among his ancestors. — Plato
Bob Noyce Sayings By J. Saman: Sometimes you just get a feeling about someone and that feeling is worth more than Sometimes you just get a feeling about someone and that feeling is worth more than all of the little things put together. — J. Saman
Bob Noyce Sayings By Eugene O'Neill: I lay on the bowsprit, facing astern, with the water foaming into spume under me, I lay on the bowsprit, facing astern, with the water foaming into spume under me, the masts with every sail white in the moonlight, towering high above me. I became drunk with the beauty and singing rhythm of it, and for a moment I lost myself - actually lost my life. I was set free! I dissolved in the sea, became white sails and flying spray, became beauty and rhythm, became moonlight and the ship and the high dim-starred sky! I belonged, without past or future, within peace and unity and a wild joy, within something greater than my own life, or the life of Man, to Life itself! — Eugene O'Neill
Bob Noyce Sayings By R. Buckminster Fuller: I am deeply impressed with the designer of the universe; I am confident I couldnt I am deeply impressed with the designer of the universe; I am confident I couldnt have done anywhere near such a good job. — R. Buckminster Fuller
Bob Noyce Sayings By Albert Paul Malvino: This book is dedicated to my brilliant and beautiful wife without whom I would be This book is dedicated to my brilliant and beautiful wife without whom I would be nothing. She always comforts and consoles, never complains or interferes, asks nothing, and endures all. She also writes my dedications. — Albert Paul Malvino
Bob Noyce Sayings By Tony Scott: Because it's not how much money you make that matters, it's how much money you Because it's not how much money you make that matters, it's how much money you keep. — Tony Scott
Bob Noyce Sayings By Markus Zusak: She remained on the steps, waiting for Papa, watching the stray ash and the corpse She remained on the steps, waiting for Papa, watching the stray ash and the corpse of collected books. Everything was sad. Orange and red embers looked like rejected candy, and most of the crowd had vanished. She'd seen Frau Diller leave (very satisfied) and Pfiffikus (white hair, a Nazi uniform, the same dilapidated shoes, and a triumphant whistle). Now there was nothing but cleaning up, and soon, no one would ever imagine it had happened.
But you could smell it. — Markus Zusak
Bob Noyce Sayings By Harold Clurman: Joan of Arc should be played as a "pain in the ass" and how do Joan of Arc should be played as a "pain in the ass" and how do I know she was a "pain in the ass"? ... because they burn her at the end. — Harold Clurman
Bob Noyce Sayings By Leslie Berlin: I remember Bob saying, 'Some people who believe in God are good, and some people I remember Bob saying, 'Some people who believe in God are good, and some people who believe in God are not good. So where does that leave you?' He had looked around and decided that religion is responsible for a lot of trouble in the world.' Noyce, always pushing against the limits of accepted knowledge, told Bowers that what bothered him most about organized religions was that 'people don't think in churches. — Leslie Berlin
Bob Noyce Sayings By Orlando Figes: Whereas in Europe new ideas were forced to compete against other doctrines and attitudes, with Whereas in Europe new ideas were forced to compete against other doctrines and attitudes, with the results that people tended towards healthy skepticism about claims to absolute truth, and a climate of pluralism developed, In Russia there was a cultural void. The censor forbade all political expression, so that when ideas were introduced there they easily assumed the status of holy dogma, a panacea for all the world's ills, beyond questioning or indeed the need to test them in real life. — Orlando Figes