Dean Cornwell Famous Quotes & Sayings

8 Dean Cornwell Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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You give out the words and then sing them. You give out the words, you know, and the people can hear what you're giving out, and they sing that song or that line and they do the same thing again.Ralph Stanley Dean Cornwell Sayings By Ralph Stanley: You give out the words and then sing them. You give out the words, you
[With my photographs] you have a [single, forever fixed] moment and my particular angle of vision. My tyrannical condition, as it were, is that I prescribe your vision.Thomas Demand Dean Cornwell Sayings By Thomas Demand: [With my photographs] you have a [single, forever fixed] moment and my particular angle of
Jamie Dimon and J.P. Morgan are contributing millions to the Remain campaign because they do very nicely, thank you, out of the E.U.Michael Gove Dean Cornwell Sayings By Michael Gove: Jamie Dimon and J.P. Morgan are contributing millions to the Remain campaign because they do
Were we to still be circumcising the hood of the female clitoris, we would not have difficulty considering this a continuation of our tradition to keep girls sexually repressed. America's reflexive continuation of [male] circumcision-without-research reflects the continuation of our tradition to desensitize boys to feelings of pain, to prepare them to question the disposability of their bodies no more than they would question the disposability of their foreskins.Warren Farrell Dean Cornwell Sayings By Warren Farrell: Were we to still be circumcising the hood of the female clitoris, we would not
And you're right. I am hurt. But I'm not afraid to admit it.Veronica Rossi Dean Cornwell Sayings By Veronica Rossi: And you're right. I am hurt. But I'm not afraid to admit it.
War don't ennoble men, it turns 'em into dogs. It poisons the soul.James Jones Dean Cornwell Sayings By James Jones: War don't ennoble men, it turns 'em into dogs. It poisons the soul.
Sometimes I think that it is only the monstrous conceit of mankind which makes him think that all this stage was erected for him to strut upon.Arthur Conan Doyle Dean Cornwell Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: Sometimes I think that it is only the monstrous conceit of mankind which makes him
She could not fail to observe that a life of academic distinction was singularly ill rewarded. She had no desire whatever to teach and she took pleasure in contacts with minds much less brilliant than her own. In short, she had a taste for people, all sorts of people - and not the same people the whole time.Agatha Christie Dean Cornwell Sayings By Agatha Christie: She could not fail to observe that a life of academic distinction was singularly ill