Cowie's Famous Quotes & Sayings

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5 Cowie's Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Cowie's Sayings By Frances Cowie: tomorrow is another exciting day full of hope and promise tomorrow is another exciting day full of hope and promise — Frances Cowie
Cowie's Sayings By Norm Cowie: I kind of like the thought of God looking like George Burns. I kind of like the thought of God looking like George Burns. — Norm Cowie
Cowie's Sayings By David Murray Cowie: If you care to be a master or to make a true success of your If you care to be a master or to make a true success of your profession, the smallest detail of your work must be done with thoroughness. To be thorough in medicine means that in the ever alluring present, we do not forget the past. — David Murray Cowie
Cowie's Sayings By George MacDonald: She had left his church and gone to the missionars, and there found more spiritual She had left his church and gone to the missionars, and there found more spiritual nourishment than Mr Cowie's sermons could supply, but she could not forget his kisses, or his gentle words, or his shilling, for by their means, although she did not know it, Mr Cowie's self had given her a more confiding notion of God, a better feeling of his tenderness, than she could have had from all Mr Turnbull's sermons together. What equal gift could a man give? Was it not worth bookfuls of sound doctrine? — George MacDonald
Cowie's Sayings By David Murray Cowie: It would be a simple way of solving the goiter problem. And in addition to It would be a simple way of solving the goiter problem. And in addition to that it would be the biggest thing in a medical proposition to be carried out in the state of Michigan, and Michigan is a large place. And as I thought of the thing the more convinced I became that this oughtn't to be a personal thing, This ought to be something done by the Michigan State Medical Society as a body. Recommending the addition of a trace of iodine to table salt. — David Murray Cowie