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Commerce Sayings By Samuel: The labor of a human being is not a commodity or article of commerce. You The labor of a human being is not a commodity or article of commerce. You can't weigh the soul of a man with a bar of pig-iron. — Samuel
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Commerce Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: He has waged cruel war against human nature itself, violating it's most sacred rights of He has waged cruel war against human nature itself, violating it's most sacred rights of life and liberty in the persons of a distant people who never offended him, captivating & carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere, or to incur miserable death in their transportation thither. This practical warfare, the opprobrium of INFIDEL powers, is the warfare of the CHRISTIAN king of Great Britain. Determined to keep open a market where MEN should be bought & sold, he has prostituted his negative for suppressing every legislative attempt to prohibit or to restrain this execrable commerce. — Thomas Jefferson
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Commerce Sayings By Michael Ignatieff: Free societies, which allow differences to speak and be heard, and live by intermarriage, commerce, Free societies, which allow differences to speak and be heard, and live by intermarriage, commerce, and free migration, and democratic societies, which convert enemies into adversaries and reconcile differences without resort to violence, are societies in which the genocidal temptation is unlikely and even inconceivable. — Michael Ignatieff
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Commerce Sayings By Larry Klayman: Will now allow Reno to claim she is doing a vigorous investigation of campaign financing, Will now allow Reno to claim she is doing a vigorous investigation of campaign financing, when in reality Judicial Watch's public depositions show she is not. Not even John Huang's secretary has been questioned by Justice investigators nor has any other Commerce official. Commerce is at the center of the Clinton Administration's illegal fund-raising. In short, the plea agreements are sadly predictable. — Larry Klayman
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Commerce Sayings By Benjamin Harrison: In the old Republican days the subject of slavery and of the saving of the In the old Republican days the subject of slavery and of the saving of the Union made appeals to the consciences and liberty-loving instincts of the people. These later years have been full of talk about commerce and dinner pails, but I feel sure that the American conscience and the American love of liberty have not been smothered. They will break through this crust of sordidness and realize that those only keep their liberties who accord liberty to others. — Benjamin Harrison
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Commerce Sayings By George Washington: I am for free commerce with all nations; political connection with none; and little or I am for free commerce with all nations; political connection with none; and little or no diplomatic establishment — George Washington
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Commerce Sayings By Tim Wu: Without exception, the brave new technologies of the twentieth century - free use of which Without exception, the brave new technologies of the twentieth century - free use of which was originally encouraged, for the sake of further invention and individual expression - eventually evolved into privately controlled industrial behemoths, the "old media" giants of the twenty-first, through which the flow and nature of content would be strictly controlled for reasons of commerce. — Tim Wu
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Commerce Sayings By Henry V. O'Neil: Your people sell the weapons. My people use them. Your people sell the weapons. My people use them. — Henry V. O'Neil
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Commerce Sayings By George Gilder: With currencies and interest rates far more volatile than the economic activity that they guide, With currencies and interest rates far more volatile than the economic activity that they guide, the horizons of investment and commerce had to shrink proportionally with real economic knowledge. — George Gilder
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Commerce Sayings By Christopher Moore: When war makes commerce and commerce is law, profit rules prudence and justice is flawed. When war makes commerce and commerce is law, profit rules prudence and justice is flawed. — Christopher Moore
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Commerce Sayings By Bee Wilson: How were they to square the tremendous wealth they accrued with their image of themselves How were they to square the tremendous wealth they accrued with their image of themselves as frugal and virtuous? Easy: just argue that commerce was itself virtuous. To be rich in corrupt old Europe must be a sign of droneishness; but to be rich in fresh young American was the fruit of hard work. The beehive provided Americans with the ideal image for their religion of work. — Bee Wilson
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Commerce Sayings By Kelley Armstrong: Lavina led me to an abandoned warehouse. I think that at some point someone decreed Lavina led me to an abandoned warehouse. I think that at some point someone decreed that all clandestine meetings must be held in one. Woe to the criminal overlord who lives in a city thriving with commerce, with no empty warehouses to be found. He probably needs to build one, just to have a place to arrange late-night meetings. (Bewitched) — Kelley Armstrong
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Commerce Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: I know nothing which life has to offer so satisfying as the profound good understanding, I know nothing which life has to offer so satisfying as the profound good understanding, which can subsist, after much exchange ofgood offices, between two virtuous men, each of whom is sure of himself, and sure of his friend. It is a happiness which postpones all other gratifications, and makes politics, and commerce, and churches, cheap. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Commerce Sayings By Tad Williams: Coca-Cola and fries, the wafer and wine of the Western religion of commerce. Coca-Cola and fries, the wafer and wine of the Western religion of commerce. — Tad Williams
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Commerce Sayings By Carl Von Clausewitz: Rather than comparing [war] to art we could more accurately compare it to commerce, which Rather than comparing [war] to art we could more accurately compare it to commerce, which is also a conflict of human interests and activities; and it is still closer to politics, which in turn may be considered as a kind of commerce on a larger scale. — Carl Von Clausewitz
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Commerce Sayings By Robin Day: Commerce is against morality. Morality is going to lose every time. Commerce is against morality. Morality is going to lose every time. — Robin Day
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Commerce Sayings By Louis V. Gerstner Jr.: We do not need Departments of Commerce, Labor, and Education; we need a single Department We do not need Departments of Commerce, Labor, and Education; we need a single Department of Skills that will promote an integrated approach to global competitiveness. — Louis V. Gerstner Jr.
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Commerce Sayings By Daniel J. Boorstin: While the focus in the landscape of Old World cities was commonly government structures, churches, While the focus in the landscape of Old World cities was commonly government structures, churches, or the residences of rulers, the landscape and the skyline of American cities have boasted their hotels, department stores, office buildings, apartments, and skyscrapers. In this grandeur, Americans have expressed their Booster Pride, their hopes for visitors and new settlers, and customers, for thriving commerce and industry. — Daniel J. Boorstin
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Commerce Sayings By Thomas Paine: Commerce diminishes the spirit, both of patriotism and military defence. Commerce diminishes the spirit, both of patriotism and military defence. — Thomas Paine
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Commerce Sayings By John Jay Chapman: A magazine or a newspaper is a shop. Each is an experiment and represents a A magazine or a newspaper is a shop. Each is an experiment and represents a new focus, a new ratio between commerce and intellect. — John Jay Chapman
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Commerce Sayings By Glenway Wescott: Her religionperhaps, Alwyn thought, American Christianity as a wholewas a religion of ideal prose; all Her religion
perhaps, Alwyn thought, American Christianity as a whole
was a religion of ideal prose; all the beauty it had was the elegance of a perfect law, a Napoleonic code. It deified Jesus, but deified Him as a social leader and teacher martyred for His virtue, a compassionate attorney at the right hand of God the judge, and a fulfillment of the half-political prophecies of the Old Testament
whose jurisprudence of hygiene, family relations, patriotism, and commerce, its morality resembled. — Glenway Wescott
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Commerce Sayings By Michael Spence: I was not thinking about infinite multipliers when I was 10. But I did have I was not thinking about infinite multipliers when I was 10. But I did have a father who was a Ph.D. in commerce and finance and an intellectual man. And so I had a feeling, probably about the time I went to college, that I would try to be a scholar and teacher, but I didn't know which field. — Michael Spence
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Commerce Sayings By Robin Givhan: Over the course of the years, I've learned [that] fashion is a fascinating business about Over the course of the years, I've learned [that] fashion is a fascinating business about selling magic. It is done on the backs of our optimism and our insecurity. It is as much psychology as commerce. But I've also learned that every day we make split second decisions about people based on their attire and those decisions can have powerful implications - see the story of Trayvon Martin and his hoodie. It's important for us to understand how fashion works and how we connect to it. — Robin Givhan
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Commerce Sayings By Alexander Hamilton: The prosperity of commerce is now perceived and acknowledged by all enlightened statesmen to be The prosperity of commerce is now perceived and acknowledged by all enlightened statesmen to be the most useful as well as the most productive source of national wealth, and has accordingly become a primary object of their political cares. — Alexander Hamilton
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Commerce Sayings By Mao Zedong: Socialist revolution aims at liberating the productive forces. The changeover from individual to socialist, collective Socialist revolution aims at liberating the productive forces. The changeover from individual to socialist, collective ownership in agriculture and handicrafts and from capitalist to socialist ownership in private industry and commerce is bound to bring about a tremendous liberation of the productive forces. Thus, the social conditions are being created for a tremendous expansion of industrial and agricultural production. — Mao Zedong
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Commerce Sayings By Antonin Scalia: Bear in mind that brains and learning, like muscle and physical skill, are articles of Bear in mind that brains and learning, like muscle and physical skill, are articles of commerce. They are bought and sold. You can hire them by the year or by the hour. The only thing in the world not for sale is character. — Antonin Scalia
Commerce Sayings By George W. Bush: It's very important for folks to understand that when there's more trade, there's more commerce. It's very important for folks to understand that when there's more trade, there's more commerce. — George W. Bush
Commerce Sayings By Karl Marx: It is in this sense that Franklin says, war is robbery, commerce is generally cheating. It is in this sense that Franklin says, war is robbery, commerce is generally cheating. — Karl Marx
Commerce Sayings By Gregory Bateson: We are beginning to play with ideas of ecology, and although we immediately trivialize these We are beginning to play with ideas of ecology, and although we immediately trivialize these into commerce or politics, there is at least an impulse still in the human breast to unify and thereby sanctify the total natural world, of which we are ... There have been, and still are, in the world many different and even contrasting epistemologies which have been alike in stressing an ultimate unity, and, although this is less sure, which have also stressed the notion that ultimate unity is aesthetic. The uniformity of these views gives hope that perhaps the great authority of quantitative science may be insufficient to deny an ultimate unifying beauty.
I hold to the presupposition that our loss of the sense of aesthetic unity was, quite simply, an epistemological mistake. — Gregory Bateson
Commerce Sayings By Walter Ulbricht: The more you participate in our common endeavors, the more successful your work in the The more you participate in our common endeavors, the more successful your work in the factory, mine, wharf or village, in an economic institute or in the arts, in commerce or administration, the sooner we will be where we all want to be. — Walter Ulbricht
Commerce Sayings By James A. Garfield President Of The United States: Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce. — James A. Garfield President Of The United States
Commerce Sayings By David Jeremiah: What is fatah? We can easily see and resist the effects of jihad in militant What is fatah? We can easily see and resist the effects of jihad in militant terrorism, but we have trouble seeing and resisting the more subtle strategy that the Muslims call fatah. Fatah is infiltration, moving into a country in numbers large enough to affect the culture. It means taking advantage of tolerant laws and accommodative policies to insert the influence of Islam. In places where a military invasion will not succeed, the slow, systematic, and unrelenting methods of fatah are conquering whole nations. An illustration is: A demographic revolution is taking place today in France. Some experts are projecting that by the year 2040, 80 percent of the population of France will be Muslim. At that point the Muslim majority will control commerce, industry, education, and religion. They will also control the government, as well, and occupy all the key positions in the French Parliament. And a Muslim will be president.19 — David Jeremiah
Commerce Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: The selfish spirit of commerce, which knows no country, and feels no passion or principle The selfish spirit of commerce, which knows no country, and feels no passion or principle but that of gain. — Thomas Jefferson
Commerce Sayings By Michael K. Powell: The U.S. has more broadband subscribers than any country other than China. Americans rank at The U.S. has more broadband subscribers than any country other than China. Americans rank at the top in their use of the web, and numerous studies validate that the U.S. is a global innovation powerhouse. The leading Internet and e-commerce companies are located here. — Michael K. Powell
Commerce Sayings By Wynton Marsalis: I worry more about the marketing that's taken hold since the 70s. The Jazz era, I worry more about the marketing that's taken hold since the 70s. The Jazz era, the Swing era, those were huge. Entire decades were named for music. In the 1940s - after World War II - changes in taxation, ballrooms closing, people moving to the suburbs, and the onset of target marketing and the confusion of commerce with art caused some things to happen as a result that have taken us away from jazz and what jazz offers us. — Wynton Marsalis
Commerce Sayings By John Wilbanks: No pharmaceutical company is making money by selling biological knowledge - they make money by No pharmaceutical company is making money by selling biological knowledge - they make money by selling chemicals. So getting as much of that knowledge as possible into the efficiency of the Web-commerce world is going to make it faster to find those chemicals. — John Wilbanks
Commerce Sayings By Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton: The commerce of intellect loves distant shores. The small retail dealer trades only with his The commerce of intellect loves distant shores. The small retail dealer trades only with his neighbor; when the great merchant trades he links the four quarters of the globe. — Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
Commerce Sayings By Seth Godin: You cannot create a piece of art merely for money. Doing it as part of You cannot create a piece of art merely for money. Doing it as part of commerce so denudes art of wonder that it ceases to be art. — Seth Godin
Commerce Sayings By David Chiles: E-Commerce makes it easy to spend money. Netiquette makes you aware hidden fees. E-Commerce makes it easy to spend money. Netiquette makes you aware hidden fees. — David Chiles
Commerce Sayings By Eric Greitens: I thought buying at the local market would be an excellent way to build positive I thought buying at the local market would be an excellent way to build positive relationships with the local villagers. — Eric Greitens
Commerce Sayings By Oliver Goldsmith: Friendship is a disinterested commerce between equals; love an abject intercourse between tyrants and slaves. Friendship is a disinterested commerce between equals; love an abject intercourse between tyrants and slaves. — Oliver Goldsmith
Commerce Sayings By William E. Dodd: Governments from the top fail as often as those from the bottom; and every great Governments from the top fail as often as those from the bottom; and every great failure brings a sad social reaction, thousands and millions of helpless men laying down their lives in the unhappy process. Why may not statesmen study the past and avoid such catastrophes?
Delivered in his capacity as the American Ambassador to Germany, on October 12, 1933, in a speech to the Berlin branch of the American Chamber of Commerce, quoted in Erik Larson's book, In the Garden of Beasts. — William E. Dodd
Commerce Sayings By V.S. Pritchett: Some writers thrive on the contact with the commerce of success; others are corrupted by Some writers thrive on the contact with the commerce of success; others are corrupted by it. Perhaps, like losing one's virginity,it is not as bad (or as good) as one feared it was going to be. — V.S. Pritchett
Commerce Sayings By Jerry Z. Muller: An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, which Smith published An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, which Smith published in 1776, is the most important book ever written about capitalism and its moral ramifications. Though The Wealth of Nations is in good part about commerce, it was not written for businessmen or merchants. A book focused on the analysis of market processes motivated by self-interest, it was written by one of the most admired philosophers of the Enlightenment, a former professor of logic, rhetoric, jurisprudence, and moral philosophy, in order to influence politicians and rouse them to pursue the common good. — Jerry Z. Muller
Commerce Sayings By Lawrence Eagleburger: There is a natural partnership between State and Commerce, and the American business community to There is a natural partnership between State and Commerce, and the American business community to work together to educate the United States about marketing overseas. — Lawrence Eagleburger
Commerce Sayings By Richard Russo: People actually seemed to enjoy recalling that on a Saturday afternoon forty years ago Empire People actually seemed to enjoy recalling that on a Saturday afternoon forty years ago Empire Avenue was bustling with people and cars and commerce, whereas now, of course, you could strafe it with automatic weapons and not harm a soul. — Richard Russo
Commerce Sayings By Oliver Goldsmith: Honour sinks where commerce long prevails. Honour sinks where commerce long prevails. — Oliver Goldsmith
Commerce Sayings By Neal Gabler: ...the deliberate application of the techniques of theater to politics, religion, education, literature, commerce, warfare, ...the deliberate application of the techniques of theater to politics, religion, education, literature, commerce, warfare, crime, everything, has converted them into branches of show business, where the overriding objective is getting and satisfying an audience. — Neal Gabler
Commerce Sayings By Jonathan Franzen: In a decadent society people can slowly drift or slowly be drawn by the culture In a decadent society people can slowly drift or slowly be drawn by the culture of commerce into yearning for violence. Maybe people have a deep congenital awareness that no civilization lasts forever, that the most peaceful prosperity will someday have to end, or maybe it's just human nature — Jonathan Franzen
Commerce Sayings By J. Edgar Hoover: I regret to say that we of the FBI are powerless to act in cases I regret to say that we of the FBI are powerless to act in cases of oral-genital intimacy, unless it has in some way obstructed interstate commerce. — J. Edgar Hoover
Commerce Sayings By Adam Smith: The ancient Egyptians had a superstitious antipathy to the sea; a superstition nearly of the The ancient Egyptians had a superstitious antipathy to the sea; a superstition nearly of the same kind prevails among the Indians; and the Chinese have never excelled in foreign commerce. — Adam Smith
Commerce Sayings By Thomas Paine: Commerce is no other than the traffic of two individuals, multiplied on a scale of Commerce is no other than the traffic of two individuals, multiplied on a scale of number; and, by the same rule that Nature intended the intercourse of two, she intended that of all! — Thomas Paine
Commerce Sayings By Michael Klaper: My single greatest challenge is to remain centered and loving in an overwhelmingly nonvegan world. My single greatest challenge is to remain centered and loving in an overwhelmingly nonvegan world. In today's world, cruelty and exploitation of other beings - human and non-human alike - are accepted, practiced, and profited from by most every institution of society - from commerce and science to education and entertainment. Unfortunately, the vast majority of Homo sapiens are either unaware of the cruelty or accept it as unavoidable and even normal. — Michael Klaper
Commerce Sayings By Lewis M. Branscomb: Technological innovation is the successful implementation (in commerce or management) of a technical idea new Technological innovation is the successful implementation (in commerce or management) of a technical idea new to the institution creating it. — Lewis M. Branscomb
Commerce Sayings By Bill Frist: Space offers extraordinary potential for commerce and adventure, for new innovations and new tests of Space offers extraordinary potential for commerce and adventure, for new innovations and new tests of will. As Americans, we can't help but reach for the stars. It's our nature. It's our destiny. — Bill Frist
Commerce Sayings By Howard Schultz: Companies should not have a singular view of profitability. There needs to be a balance Companies should not have a singular view of profitability. There needs to be a balance between commerce and social responsibility ... The companies that are authentic about it will wind up as the companies that make more money. — Howard Schultz
Commerce Sayings By Trent Reznor: My experience with record labels throughout my career has generally fallen into wishing I could My experience with record labels throughout my career has generally fallen into wishing I could do things that they're not built to do, whether it be arguing about having a nicer package - because I do believe some people care about that - to trying to always bank on art-versus-the-easy-commerce route; there's always been headbutting involved. — Trent Reznor
Commerce Sayings By Scott Anderson: The British Empire now stood at the very apex of modern civilization, and that it The British Empire now stood at the very apex of modern civilization, and that it was the special burden of this empire to spread its enlightenment - whether through commerce, the Bible, the gun, or some combination of all three - to the world's less fortunate cultures and races. — Scott Anderson
Commerce Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: Commerce is really as interesting as nature. Commerce is really as interesting as nature. — Henry David Thoreau
Commerce Sayings By Anita Roddick: I don't think I'm a risk-taker. I don't think any entrepreneur is. I think that's I don't think I'm a risk-taker. I don't think any entrepreneur is. I think that's one of those myths of commerce. The new entrepreneur is more values-led: you do what looks risky to other people because that's what your convictions tell you to do. Other companies would say I'm taking risks, but that's my path - it doesn't feel like risk to me. — Anita Roddick
Commerce Sayings By Edward Jenks: What is technically called the 'fungibility' of money, is its chief value as an article What is technically called the 'fungibility' of money, is its chief value as an article of commerce; and this fact could not long remain recognized, even by such a conservative class as legal officials. — Edward Jenks
Commerce Sayings By James Madison: It is very certain that [the commerce clause] grew out of the abuse of the It is very certain that [the commerce clause] grew out of the abuse of the power by the importing States in taxing the non-importing, and was intended as a negative and preventive provision against injustice among the States themselves, rather than as a power to be used for the positive purposes of the General Government. — James Madison
Commerce Sayings By Bill Paxton: I don't care how much hardware you throw at an audience. If they are not I don't care how much hardware you throw at an audience. If they are not emotionally invested in the thing, it's zero. I can name a slew of films, but I have no ax to grind. I understand the commerce of Hollywood probably better than anyone. — Bill Paxton
Commerce Sayings By Jack Weatherford: On free commerce, open communication, shared knowledge, secular politics, religious coexistence, international law, and diplomatic On free commerce, open communication, shared knowledge, secular politics, religious coexistence, international law, and diplomatic immunity. — Jack Weatherford
Commerce Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: Not just in commerce but in the world of ideas too our age is putting Not just in commerce but in the world of ideas too our age is putting on a veritable clearance sale. Everything can be had so dirt cheap that one begins to wonder whether in the end anyone will want to make a bid. — Soren Kierkegaard
Commerce Sayings By William Blake: Commerce is so far from being beneficial to arts, or to empire, that it is Commerce is so far from being beneficial to arts, or to empire, that it is destructive of both, as all their history shows, for the above reason of individual merit being its great hatred. Empires flourish till they become commercial, and then they are scattered abroad to the four winds. — William Blake
Commerce Sayings By Michele Jennae: There is no commerce without community. And there is no community without commerce There is no commerce without community. And there is no community without commerceMichele Jennae
Commerce Sayings By Norman F. Cantor: The end of Egypt's isolation turned what had been only occasional and incidental contact with The end of Egypt's isolation turned what had been only occasional and incidental contact with the rest of the Near East into a constant and significant exchange of goods and ideas. The new cosmopolitanism introduced new forms and motifs and a growing naturalism to art. Egypt had always been receptive to immigrants, who had easily been assimilated into its culture; now even the pharaohs could marry foreigners. In addition, the increase of commerce and the emergence of a cosmopolitan urban population
at Thebes and other cities
marked the first real urbanization in Egyptian society. — Norman F. Cantor
Commerce Sayings By George Lucas: There are a few critics overseas, and occasionally a critic will write an astute analysis There are a few critics overseas, and occasionally a critic will write an astute analysis of the movie. There is value in reading critics that actually have something intelligent to say, but the journalistic community lives in a world of sound bites and literary commerce: selling newspapers, selling books, and they do that simply by trashing things. They don't criticize or analyze them. They simply trash them for the sake of a headline, or to shock people to get them to buy whatever it is they're selling. — George Lucas
Commerce Sayings By Napoleon Bonaparte: My decision to destroy the authority of the blacks in Saint Domingue (Haiti) is not My decision to destroy the authority of the blacks in Saint Domingue (Haiti) is not so much based on considerations of commerce and money, as on the need to block for ever the march of the blacks in the world. — Napoleon Bonaparte
Commerce Sayings By Sean O'Casey: Here, the churches seemed to shrink away into eroding corners. They seem to have ceased Here, the churches seemed to shrink away into eroding corners. They seem to have ceased to be essential parts of American life. They no longer give life. It is the huge buildings of commerce and trade which now align the people to attention. These in their massive manner of steel and stone say, Come unto me all ye who labor, and we will give you work. — Sean O'Casey
Commerce Sayings By George Washington: A people ... who are possessed of the spirit of commerce, who see and who A people ... who are possessed of the spirit of commerce, who see and who will pursue their advantages may achieve almost anything. — George Washington
Commerce Sayings By Kenneth Keniston: In the early nineteenth century, the doctrine of self-sufficiency came to apply to families as In the early nineteenth century, the doctrine of self-sufficiency came to apply to families as well as individuals ... The familybecame a special protected place, the repository of tender, pure, and generous feelings (embodied by the mother) and a bulwark and bastion against the raw, competitive, aggressive, and selfish world of commerce (embodied by the father) ... In performing this protective task, the good family was to be as self-sufficient as the good man. — Kenneth Keniston
Commerce Sayings By Ryan Holmes: Payfirma has revolutionized the payment process, consolidating mobile, e-commerce and in-store payments under a single Payfirma has revolutionized the payment process, consolidating mobile, e-commerce and in-store payments under a single solution, much like HootSuite did for social media. — Ryan Holmes
Commerce Sayings By Eckhard Pfeiffer: I see Intershop as a leader in the E-commerce digital economy and believe the company I see Intershop as a leader in the E-commerce digital economy and believe the company has truly long-term potential. — Eckhard Pfeiffer
Commerce Sayings By Baron De Montesquieu: The spirit of commerce is frugality, economy, moderation, labor, ponderance, tranquillity, order, and rule. So The spirit of commerce is frugality, economy, moderation, labor, ponderance, tranquillity, order, and rule. So long as this spirit subsides, the riches it produces have no bad effect. The mischief is when excessive wealth destroys the spirit of commerce, then it is that the conveniences of inequality ... are felt. — Baron De Montesquieu
Commerce Sayings By Anthony Esolen: Children are often called our greatest resource, as if they were deposits of tin. But Children are often called our greatest resource, as if they were deposits of tin. But a child is not (just as an adult is not) a lever in an economic machine, a vehicle for commerce, a revenue source for the all-powerful state. He is a human being, made in the image and likeness of God - made, that is, for goodness and truth and beauty. — Anthony Esolen
Commerce Sayings By Robert O'Brien: As we watch, in fascination, the arresting replicas of reality on our television screen, there As we watch, in fascination, the arresting replicas of reality on our television screen, there may sit, in the same room, a telephone and a phonograph. On our bedside table stands a radio; another accompanies us in our car. These strange machines never move unless we move them; they come alive only at our touch. But give them their due: they serve us well. They provide the far-flung, trillion-nerved ganglia of commerce, of news, of our mighty military forces. And down through the days and nights of our lives, they ward off our loneliness and bring us nearer together. Perhaps someday they will make us brothers. — Robert O'Brien
Commerce Sayings By Henry Charles Carey: The commerce of India does not grow, nor does that of Portugal, or of Turkey; The commerce of India does not grow, nor does that of Portugal, or of Turkey; that but that of the protected countries does increase, as has been shown in the case of Spain, and can now be shown in that of Germany. — Henry Charles Carey
Commerce Sayings By Benjamin Franklin: It is wonderful how preposterously the affairs of the world are managed. We assemble parliaments It is wonderful how preposterously the affairs of the world are managed. We assemble parliaments and councils to have the benefit of collected wisdom, but we necessarily have, at the same time, the inconvenience of their collected passions, prejudices and private interests: for regulating commerce an assembly of great men is the greatest fool on earth — Benjamin Franklin
Commerce Sayings By Abraham Kuyper: Whatever man may stand, whatever he may do, to whatever he may apply his hand Whatever man may stand, whatever he may do, to whatever he may apply his hand - in agriculture, in commerce, and in industry, or his mind, in the world of art, and science - he is, in whatsoever it may be, constantly standing before the face of God. He is employed in the service of his God. He has strictly to obey his God. And above all, he has to aim at the glory of his God. — Abraham Kuyper
Commerce Sayings By Nick Harkaway: Lights burn on the upper floors, traders and analysts letting commerce take precedence over family Lights burn on the upper floors, traders and analysts letting commerce take precedence over family one more time in a desperate attempt to add to a Christmas bonus they won't have time to spend. — Nick Harkaway
Commerce Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: The merchants will manage [commerce] the better, the more they are left free to manage The merchants will manage [commerce] the better, the more they are left free to manage for themselves. — Thomas Jefferson
Commerce Sayings By Daniel Boone: Let peace, descending from her native heaven, bid her olives spring amidst the joyful nations; Let peace, descending from her native heaven, bid her olives spring amidst the joyful nations; and plenty, in league with commerce, scatter blessings from her copious hand! — Daniel Boone
Commerce Sayings By Patrick Mendis: In Confucian thought, individuals practice moral virtue both by restraining themselves and pursuing their own In Confucian thought, individuals practice moral virtue both by restraining themselves and pursuing their own interests. This is a dual push-and-pull process. In today's China, the latter is taken care of by capitalism and commerce. The former, however, needs to be taken care of by the rule of law. Otherwise, the system of governance is corrupted by unrestrained individual desires and selective enforcement of 'virtue' or law. — Patrick Mendis
Commerce Sayings By Bill Vaughan: Commerce is the cure for the most destructive prejudices. Commerce is the cure for the most destructive prejudices. — Bill Vaughan
Commerce Sayings By William M. Daley: Two thirds of federal disaster aid is weather related,and though we cannot prevent bad weather, Two thirds of federal disaster aid is weather related,and though we cannot prevent bad weather, we are getting better at predicting it. The Commerce Department's NDRI will help save lives and protect property. We will be working closely with FEMA, the Interior Department and other federal agencies, with state and local governments and with our nation's businesses. — William M. Daley
Commerce Sayings By Philip Wylie: A thought that had been in the archives of his mind for many months came A thought that had been in the archives of his mind for many months came sharply into relief: of all human beings alive, the scientists were the only ones who retained imagination, ideals, and a sincere interest in the larger world. It was to them he should give his allegiance, not to the statesmen, not to industry or commerce or war. — Philip Wylie
Commerce Sayings By Henry Ward Beecher: The commerce of the world is conducted by the strong, and usually it operates against The commerce of the world is conducted by the strong, and usually it operates against the weak. — Henry Ward Beecher
Commerce Sayings By Colin Rule: for e-commerce websites looking to integrate ODR into their services, don't hide this assurance on for e-commerce websites looking to integrate ODR into their services, don't hide this assurance on a page three clicks away from the homepage. The benefits won't be reaped if the notification of the availability of ODR is not announced on the top levels. Put a sidebar on the customer service page, put it in the privacy policy, or even put a little news item on the homepage. Choose the Web seals you subscribe to and display carefully. Sign up for a seal that has a broader trust-in-transactions connotation, — Colin Rule
Commerce Sayings By Steven Pressfield: Depression and anxiety may be real. But they can also be Resistance. When we drug Depression and anxiety may be real. But they can also be Resistance. When we drug ourselves to blot out our soul's call, we are being good Americans and exemplary consumers. We're doing exactly what TV commercials and pop materialist culture have been brainwashing us to do from birth. Instead of applying self-knowledge, self-discipline, delayed gratification and hard work, we simply consume a product. Many pedestrians have been maimed or killed at the intersection of Resistance and Commerce. — Steven Pressfield
Commerce Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: Seven Deadly Sins Wealth without work Pleasure without conscience Science without humanity Knowledge without character Seven Deadly Sins Wealth without work Pleasure without conscience Science without humanity Knowledge without character Politics without principle Commerce without morality Worship without sacrifice. — Mahatma Gandhi
Commerce Sayings By Andrew Jackson: The duty of government is to leave commerce to its own capital and credit as The duty of government is to leave commerce to its own capital and credit as well as all other branches of business, protecting all in their legal pursuits, granting exclusive privileges to none. — Andrew Jackson
Commerce Sayings By Evgeny Morozov: The director of the FBI has been visiting Silicon Valley companies asking them to build The director of the FBI has been visiting Silicon Valley companies asking them to build back doors so that it can spy on what is being said online. The Department of Commerce is going after piracy. At home, the American government wants anything but Internet freedom. — Evgeny Morozov
Commerce Sayings By Nimrat Kaur: My dad was in the Indian Army. He died in a terrorist attack in Kashmir My dad was in the Indian Army. He died in a terrorist attack in Kashmir in 1994. After that, my mum and I settled in Noida. I went to Delhi Public School in Noida and then to Shri Ram College of Commerce in Delhi University. It was in college that I realised I wanted to be on the stage and in front of the camera. — Nimrat Kaur
Commerce Sayings By Barbara W. Tuchman: Those deterrents - the brotherhood of socialists, the interlocking of finance, commerce, and other economic Those deterrents - the brotherhood of socialists, the interlocking of finance, commerce, and other economic factors - which had been expected to make war impossible failed to function when the time came. Nationhood, like a wild gust of wind, arose and swept them aside. People — Barbara W. Tuchman
Commerce Sayings By Adam Smith: But what all the violence of the feudal institutions could never have effected, the silent But what all the violence of the feudal institutions could never have effected, the silent and insensible operation of foreign commerce and manufactures gradually brought about. — Adam Smith
Commerce Sayings By Andrew Mason: Globally local commerce is a $12 to $14 trillion market. If we get 10 percent Globally local commerce is a $12 to $14 trillion market. If we get 10 percent of that, we'll be very happy. — Andrew Mason
Commerce Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: If you invest all your energy in economics, world commerce, parliamentarianism, military engagements, power and If you invest all your energy in economics, world commerce, parliamentarianism, military engagements, power and power politics, -if you take the quantum of intelligence, seriousness, will, and self-overcoming that you embody and expend it all in this one direction, there there won't be any left for the other direction. Culture and the state - let us be honest with ourselves - these are adversaries. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Commerce Sayings By E.B. White: The trend toward the ownership of land by fewer and fewer individuals is, it seems The trend toward the ownership of land by fewer and fewer individuals is, it seems to me, a disastrous thing. For when too large a proportion of the populace is supporting itself by the indirections of trade and business and commerce and art and the million schemes of men in cities, then the complexity of society is likely to become so great as to destroy its equilibrium, and it will always be out of balance in some way. But if a considerable portion of the people are occupied wholly or partially in labors that directly supply them with many things that they want, or think they want, whether it be a sweet pea or a sour pickle, then the public poise will be a good deal harder to upset. — E.B. White