Bowdlerized Famous Quotes & Sayings

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15 Bowdlerized Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Bowdlerized Sayings By Ivan Illich: School divides life into two segments, which are increasingly of comparable length. As much as School divides life into two segments, which are increasingly of comparable length. As much as anything else, schooling implies custodial care for persons who are declared undesirable elsewhere by the simple fact that a school has been built to serve them. — Ivan Illich
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Bowdlerized Sayings By Leona Lewis: I'd love to be on 'Glee.' I'd love to play a rebel. Be a real I'd love to be on 'Glee.' I'd love to play a rebel. Be a real biker chick in leather and covered in tattoos. — Leona Lewis
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Bowdlerized Sayings By Benjamin Graham: Intelligent investment is more a matter of mental approach than it is of technique. A Intelligent investment is more a matter of mental approach than it is of technique. A sound mental approach toward stock fluctuations is the touchstone of all successful investment under present-day conditions. — Benjamin Graham
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Bowdlerized Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: Everything in the world that happens to you may be someone else's doing; I'll grant Everything in the world that happens to you may be someone else's doing; I'll grant you that. But what you do with it, how you react to it, what you make of yourself in the midst of it all - that's totally you. — Richelle E. Goodrich
Bowdlerized Sayings By Richie Sambora: For me, success is being able to give back to your friends, your family, your For me, success is being able to give back to your friends, your family, your community, those in need and the world entire. — Richie Sambora
Bowdlerized Sayings By David R. Palmer: We'll beat you yet, you cold-blooded, censored son of a bowdlerized, unprintably expurgated deletion! We'll beat you yet, you cold-blooded, censored son of a bowdlerized, unprintably expurgated deletion! — David R. Palmer
Bowdlerized Sayings By Felice Picano: The prime goal of censorship is to promote ignorance, whether it is done via lying The prime goal of censorship is to promote ignorance, whether it is done via lying and bowdlerized school texts or by attacking individual books. — Felice Picano
Bowdlerized Sayings By Jack D. Zipes: Many bowdlerized versions indicated a Victorian-minded censorship, which feared that Little Red Riding Hood might Many bowdlerized versions indicated a Victorian-minded censorship, which feared that Little Red Riding Hood might some day break out, become a Bohemian, and live in the woods with the wolf. — Jack D. Zipes
Bowdlerized Sayings By Steven Pinker: Though it isn't obvious from the bowdlerized versions in Walt Disney , the tales are Though it isn't obvious from the bowdlerized versions in Walt Disney , the tales are filled with murder,infanticide,cannibalism, mutilation, and sexual abuse - grimm fairy tales indeed. — Steven Pinker
Bowdlerized Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: Wadley sent a message: 'The President of the Zoological Institute presents his compliments to Professor Wadley sent a message: 'The President of the Zoological Institute presents his compliments to Professor Challenger, and would take it as a personal favor if he would do them the honor to come to their next meeting.' The answer was unprintable." "You don't say?" "Well, a bowdlerized version of it would run: 'Professor Challenger presents his compliments to the President of the Zoological Institute, and would take it as a personal favor if he would go to the devil. — Arthur Conan Doyle
Bowdlerized Sayings By Olivia Cunning: I like you, period.""I like you, exclamation point. I like you, period."
"I like you, exclamation point. — Olivia Cunning
Bowdlerized Sayings By Ethel Merman: I've never suffered stage fright. That fascinates people. I've never suffered stage fright. That fascinates people. — Ethel Merman
Bowdlerized Sayings By Brian Morton: The world, the human world, is bound together not by protons and electrons, but by The world, the human world, is bound together not by protons and electrons, but by stories. Nothing has meaning in itself: all the objects in the world would be shards of bare mute blankness, spinning wildly out of orbit, if we didn't bind them together with stories. — Brian Morton
Bowdlerized Sayings By Michelle Singletary: Money may not be able to buy you love, but conflicts about it can certainly Money may not be able to buy you love, but conflicts about it can certainly bankrupt your relationship. — Michelle Singletary
Bowdlerized Sayings By Robert J. Braathe: Valuing other people's time starts with valuing your own. Valuing other people's time starts with valuing your own. — Robert J. Braathe