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24 Disclaiming Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Disclaiming Sayings By Andy Andrews: Our thinking creates a pathway to success or failure. By disclaiming responsibility for our present, Our thinking creates a pathway to success or failure. By disclaiming responsibility for our present, we crush the prospect of an incredible future that might have been ours. — Andy Andrews
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Disclaiming Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: At the time we were all convinced that we had to speak, write,and publish as At the time we were all convinced that we had to speak, write,and publish as quickly as possible and as much as possible and that this was necessary for the good of mankind. Thousands of us published and wrote in an effort to teach others, all the while disclaiming and abusing one another. Without taking note of the fact that we knew nothing, that we did not know the answer to the simplest question of life, the question of what is right and what is wrong, we all went on talking without listening to one another. — Leo Tolstoy
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Disclaiming Sayings By Jim Garrison: Over the next 20 to 30 years, we are going to end up with world Over the next 20 to 30 years, we are going to end up with world government. It's inevitable ... There's going to be conflict, coercion and consensus. That's part of what will be required as we give birth to the first global civilization. — Jim Garrison
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Disclaiming Sayings By Leif Garrett: I have no problem with starting from scratch. I have no problem with starting from scratch. — Leif Garrett
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Disclaiming Sayings By Joseph Barber Lightfoot: But on the other hand, while disclaiming any change in my opinions, I desire equally But on the other hand, while disclaiming any change in my opinions, I desire equally to disclaim the representations of those opinions which have been put forward in some quarters. — Joseph Barber Lightfoot
Disclaiming Sayings By ASAP Rocky: I would not consider myself to be a quote unquote real New York rapper. I I would not consider myself to be a quote unquote real New York rapper. I don't even like New York rappers. — ASAP Rocky
Disclaiming Sayings By William Cowper: Great contest follows, and much learned dust Involves the combatants; each claiming truth, And truth Great contest follows, and much learned dust Involves the combatants; each claiming truth, And truth disclaiming both. — William Cowper
Disclaiming Sayings By Brad Mehldau: There's a pianist out of Boston who made a beautiful record for the Fresh Sound There's a pianist out of Boston who made a beautiful record for the Fresh Sound label called 'Sketch Book'; his name is Vardan Ovsepian — Brad Mehldau
Disclaiming Sayings By Marsell Morris: Slow motion, but the right direction. Slow motion, but the right direction. — Marsell Morris
Disclaiming Sayings By Herman Melville: [ ... ] and every one knows that in most people's estimation, to do anything [ ... ] and every one knows that in most people's estimation, to do anything coolly is to do it genteelly. — Herman Melville
Disclaiming Sayings By Barnabas: Loathesome I am, and evil. You can mock me for that. But leave my pain Loathesome I am, and evil. You can mock me for that. But leave my pain alone! — Barnabas
Disclaiming Sayings By L.S. Hilton: Being civilized meant knowing about the right things. However much people pretend that doesn't matter, Being civilized meant knowing about the right things. However much people pretend that doesn't matter, it's true. Disclaiming that is as foolish as thinking that beauty doesn't matter. And to get among the right things, you have to be among the people who possess them. Since one also likes to be thorough, knowing the difference between a hereditary and an honorary marquess always comes in handy. — L.S. Hilton
Disclaiming Sayings By Alex Morritt: Why the obsession with worldly possessions ? When it's your time to go, they have Why the obsession with worldly possessions ? When it's your time to go, they have to stay behind, so pack light. — Alex Morritt
Disclaiming Sayings By Bernard Diederich: Somoza admitted that he had issued the order to have Sandino murdered after receiving the Somoza admitted that he had issued the order to have Sandino murdered after receiving the approval of the American minister. The minister hotly denied any involvement in the plot and and the State department issued a statement disclaiming any part in Sandino's death. — Bernard Diederich
Disclaiming Sayings By Noel Clarke: I don't think anyone expected me to get the BAFTA. The bookies didn't have me I don't think anyone expected me to get the BAFTA. The bookies didn't have me down. It's definitely made a huge difference in my career, but I don't dwell on it. — Noel Clarke
Disclaiming Sayings By R. Buckminster Fuller: So long as mathematicians can impose up-and-down semantics upon students while trafficking personally in the So long as mathematicians can impose up-and-down semantics upon students while trafficking personally in the non-up-and-down advantages of their concise statements, they can impose upon the
ignorance of man a monopoly of access to accurate processing of information and can fool even themselves by thought habits governing the becoming behavior of professional specialists, by
disclaiming the necessity of, or responsibility for, comprehensive adjustment of the a priori thought to total reality of universal principles. — R. Buckminster Fuller
Disclaiming Sayings By Joe Abercrombie: Death is a bored clerk, with too many orders to fill. There is no reckoning. Death is a bored clerk, with too many orders to fill. There is no reckoning. No profound moment. It creeps up on us from behind, and snatches us away while we shit. He — Joe Abercrombie
Disclaiming Sayings By Pearl S. Buck: To shut one's door while others suffer, to care only for one's own, disclaiming responsibility To shut one's door while others suffer, to care only for one's own, disclaiming responsibility for humanity, is to destroy all good impulse and to build up a deadly selfishness which will be a boomerang in its effect upon ourselves. Let our own children see the opportunity now theirs for Americanism in the best and traditional sense. There was never a better hour than this to be an American. May 1940, Christian Herald. — Pearl S. Buck
Disclaiming Sayings By Christina Baker Kline: Time constricts and flattens, you know. It's not evenly weighted. Certain moments linger in the Time constricts and flattens, you know. It's not evenly weighted. Certain moments linger in the mind and others disappear. — Christina Baker Kline
Disclaiming Sayings By Harville Hendrix: Every therapeutic intervention is an act of social transformation. Every therapeutic intervention is an act of social transformation. — Harville Hendrix
Disclaiming Sayings By Johnny Cash: Death and hell are never full, and neither are men's eyes. Death and hell are never full, and neither are men's eyes. — Johnny Cash
Disclaiming Sayings By Ronald Knox: But in disclaiming the dead, you are yourself disclaimed by the dead. If you are But in disclaiming the dead, you are yourself disclaimed by the dead. If you are not prepared to blush for Alexander the Sixth, it is childishly inconsistent to take pride in the memory of Saint Francis. — Ronald Knox
Disclaiming Sayings By Scott Lynch: Mew, the kitten retorted, locking gazes with him. It had the expression common to all Mew, the kitten retorted, locking gazes with him. It had the expression common to all kittens, that of a tyrant in the becoming. 'I was comfortable, and you dared to move,' those jade eyes said. 'For that you must die.' When it became apparent to the cat that its two or three pounds of mass were insufficient to break Locke's neck with one mighty snap, it put its paws on his shoulders and began sharing its drool-covered nose with his lips. He recoiled. — Scott Lynch
Disclaiming Sayings By Madeleine De Souvre, Marquise De ...: When people reproach us, they only increase their own failings even as they are disclaiming When people reproach us, they only increase their own failings even as they are disclaiming them. — Madeleine De Souvre, Marquise De ...