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25 Favouring Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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She comes majestic with her swelling sails, The gallant Ship: along her watery way, Homeward she drives before the favouring gales; Now flirting at their length the streamers play, And now they ripple with the ruffling breeze.Robert Southey Favouring Sayings By Robert Southey: She comes majestic with her swelling sails, The gallant Ship: along her watery way, Homeward
All the general propositions favouring freedom I had .. imbibed at my father's knee or acquired by candle-end reading of Burke and Hayek ...Margaret Thatcher Favouring Sayings By Margaret Thatcher: All the general propositions favouring freedom I had .. imbibed at my father's knee or
After visiting the Krupp factories, the Turkish party spent ten days in Berlin, where Vahdettin told a German journalist that women had begun to work in public in Turkey, and that although progress was slow, 'we are making the effort to give equal rights to our women'.88 Mustafa Kemal was not alone in favouring women's emancipation in the Ottoman state.Andrew Mango Favouring Sayings By Andrew Mango: After visiting the Krupp factories, the Turkish party spent ten days in Berlin, where Vahdettin
When the supreme violence of a furious wind upon the sea sweeps over the waters the chief admiral of a fleet along with his mighty legions, does he not crave the gods' peace with vows and in his panic seek with prayers the peace of the winds and favouring breezes. Nonetheless, he is caught up in the furious hurricane and driven upon the shoals of death.Lucretius Favouring Sayings By Lucretius: When the supreme violence of a furious wind upon the sea sweeps over the waters
Parents with dependents are somehow thought to count for more. If, for example, there is some scarce resource - a donor kidney perhaps - and of the two potential recipients one is a parent of young children and one is not, the parent, all things being equal, will likely be favoured. To let a parent die is not only to thwart that person's preference to be saved, but also the preferences of his or her children that their parent be saved. It is quite true, of course, that the death of the parent will harm more people, but there is nonetheless something to be said against favouring parents. Increasing one's value by having children might be like increasing one's value by taking hostages.David Benatar Favouring Sayings By David Benatar: Parents with dependents are somehow thought to count for more. If, for example, there is
Favouring employment versus the financial markets is a decent policy; certainly not beneficial for the currency or the gilt market, but beneficial for the people.Bill Gross Favouring Sayings By Bill Gross: Favouring employment versus the financial markets is a decent policy; certainly not beneficial for the
My faith is a very important part of my life. I do not feel that I have become president of this country by accident, but that I have been chosen because nobody can accuse me of favouring the Albanian Muslims or the Orthodox.Boris Trajkovski Favouring Sayings By Boris Trajkovski: My faith is a very important part of my life. I do not feel that
Whether we realise it or not, most of us define ourselves by opposing rather than by favouring something or someone. To put it another way, it is easier to react than to act.Carlos Ruiz Zafon Favouring Sayings By Carlos Ruiz Zafon: Whether we realise it or not, most of us define ourselves by opposing rather than
Love works in miracles every day: such as weakening the strong, and stretching the weak; making fools of the wise, and wise men of fools; favouring the passions, destroying reason, and in a word, turning everything topsy-turvy.Margaret Of Valois Favouring Sayings By Margaret Of Valois: Love works in miracles every day: such as weakening the strong, and stretching the weak;
Of the contributions made during the essayist period three call for notice: Weismann deserves mention for his useful work in asking for the proof that "acquired characters" or, to speak more precisely, parental experience can really be transmitted to the offspring. The ocurrence of progressive adaptation by transmission of effects of use had seemed so natural to Darwin and his contemporaries that no proof of the physiological reality of the henomenon was thought necessary. Weismann's challenge revealed the utter inadequacy of the evidence on which the beliefs were based. They are doubtless isolated observations which may be interpreted as favouring the belief in these transmissions, but such meagre indications as exist are by general consent admitted to be too slight to be of much assistance in the attempt to understand how the more complex adaptive mechanisms arose.William Bateson Favouring Sayings By William Bateson: Of the contributions made during the essayist period three call for notice: Weismann deserves mention
If the Almighty in his mercy allows us to settle peace among the christian leaders, we shall press on not only to destroy completely the bad seeds, but also to expand the territories of Christ, and, supported by these achievements, we shall go forward, with God favouring his own purposes, to the most holy expedition against the infidels, the desire for which is deeply fixed in our heart.Pope Leo X Favouring Sayings By Pope Leo X: If the Almighty in his mercy allows us to settle peace among the christian leaders,
In Russia's case he identifies three strands: the Atlanticists, favouring alignment with the United States and the West (the bandwagoners); the imperialists, who favour the reassertion of Russia's power in opposition to the West (the balancers); and the neo-Slavophiles, sharing the sentiments of the imperialists but who stress the development of the country's Slavic identity.8 According to Zimmerman, the fundamental divide is indeed between Westernisers and Slavophiles, in a reprise of nineteenth-century debates, with the Slavophiles intent on counterbalancing American hegemony and finding an autonomous developmental path.9Richard Sakwa Favouring Sayings By Richard Sakwa: In Russia's case he identifies three strands: the Atlanticists, favouring alignment with the United States
My own reasons for favouring talk of natural kinds is just that I believe the best accounts of the success of scientific theories presupposes the existence of natural kinds.Hilary Kornblith Favouring Sayings By Hilary Kornblith: My own reasons for favouring talk of natural kinds is just that I believe the
Well Dennis you don't have to hear any
of the mountain music they play here.
Telling the young lies so that they can learn to get old.
Favouring them
with biscuits. "It's a mighty rough road from Lynchburg to
Danville, declension on a three mile grade." In either case
collision course. You either pick up the music or you don't.
Jack Spicer Favouring Sayings By Jack Spicer: Well Dennis you don't have to hear anyof the mountain music they play here. Telling
It turned out, though, that a favour was a one-time affair, but favouring was for ever.Maggie Stiefvater Favouring Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: It turned out, though, that a favour was a one-time affair, but favouring was for
For many men value appearances more than reality - thus they violate what's right. Everyone's prepared to sigh over some suffering man, though no sorrow really eats their hearts, or they can pretend to join another person's happiness forcing their faces into smiling masks. But a good man discerns true character - he's not fooled by eyes feigning loyalty, favouring him with watered-down respect.Aeschylus Favouring Sayings By Aeschylus: For many men value appearances more than reality - thus they violate what's right. Everyone's
So long as fortune is favouring you, your defects will remain covered.Hazrat Ali Ibn Abu-Talib Favouring Sayings By Hazrat Ali Ibn Abu-Talib: So long as fortune is favouring you, your defects will remain covered.
Wafted by a favouring gale
As one sometimes is in trances,
To a height that few can scale,
Save by long and weary dances
W.S. Gilbert Favouring Sayings By W.S. Gilbert: Wafted by a favouring galeAs one sometimes is in trances,To a height that few can
Coffee is a product favouring sociability, friendship, and conversation and it should always be consumed with someone else.Ernesto Illy Favouring Sayings By Ernesto Illy: Coffee is a product favouring sociability, friendship, and conversation and it should always be consumed
The fact is you cannot be intelligent merely by choosing your opinions. The intelligent man is not the man who holds such-and-such views but the man who has sound reasons for what he believes and yet does not believe it dogmatically. And opinions held for sound reasons have less emotional unity than the opinions of dogmatists because reason is non-party, favouring now one side and now another. That is what people find so unpleasant about it.Bertrand Russell Favouring Sayings By Bertrand Russell: The fact is you cannot be intelligent merely by choosing your opinions. The intelligent man
I've always been an advocate of knowledge is power, but at the moment I'm favouring ignorance is blissJodi Ellen Malpas Favouring Sayings By Jodi Ellen Malpas: I've always been an advocate of knowledge is power, but at the moment I'm favouring
Investors look at economic fundamentals; traders look at each other; 'quants' look at the data. Dealing on the basis of historic price series was once described as technical analysis, or chartism (and there are chartists still). These savants identify visual patterns in charts of price data, often favouring them with arresting names such as 'head and shoulders' or 'double bottoms'. This is pseudo-scientific bunk, the financial equivalent of astrology. But more sophisticated quantitative methods have since proved profitable for some since the 1970s' creation of derivative markets and the related mathematics. ProfitableJohn Kay Favouring Sayings By John Kay: Investors look at economic fundamentals; traders look at each other; 'quants' look at the data.
Cultures tend to invite the dominance of one over the other, as a means by which an individual succeeds and advances or, conversely, fails and falls. A culture dominated by attackers - and one in which the qualities of attacking are admired, often overtly encouraged - tends to breed people with a thick skin, which nonetheless still serves to protect a most brittle self. Thus the wounds bleed but stay well hidden beneath the surface. Cultures favouring the defender promote thin skin and quickness to take offence - its own kind of aggression, I am sure you see. The culture of attackers seeks submission and demands evidence of that submission as proof of superiority over the subdued. The culture of defenders seeks compliance through conformity, punishing dissenters and so gaining the smug superiority of enforcing silence, and from silence, complicity.Steven Erikson Favouring Sayings By Steven Erikson: Cultures tend to invite the dominance of one over the other, as a means by
There is no conflict between favouring Islamic and traditional values and being more open and international.Hassanal Bolkiah Favouring Sayings By Hassanal Bolkiah: There is no conflict between favouring Islamic and traditional values and being more open and
This land has brought forth numerous children, favouring both the bad and the good ones. It is not the land that is responsible for the people's hardships, it is the people themselves. Pg.8Obehi Peter Ewanfoh Favouring Sayings By Obehi Peter Ewanfoh: This land has brought forth numerous children, favouring both the bad and the good ones.