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Finally Realising Sayings By Christine Bottomley: I think people are finally realising that women are interesting and more interesting the older I think people are finally realising that women are interesting and more interesting the older they get. But it's taken a while for that realisation to happen. — Christine Bottomley
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Finally Realising Sayings By George Herbert: Look not for musk in a dog's kennel. Look not for musk in a dog's kennel. — George Herbert
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Finally Realising Sayings By Kenneth Keniston: To be sure, changes in American family structure have been fairly continuous since the first To be sure, changes in American family structure have been fairly continuous since the first European settlements, but today thesechanges seem to be occurring so rapidly that the shift is no longer a simple extension of long-term trends. We have passed a genuine watershed: this is the first time in our history that the typical school-age child has a mother who works outside the home. — Kenneth Keniston
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Finally Realising Sayings By Mary Catherine Bateson: Sorting gets harder as time goes onit requires a sort of ruthless decisiveness, while indecision Sorting gets harder as time goes on
it requires a sort of ruthless decisiveness, while indecision results in endless dithering. Five moves, they say, equal a fire. But those who haven't moved may begin to need a fire. [p. 38] — Mary Catherine Bateson
Finally Realising Sayings By Anonymous: European languages and a Google app can now turn your words into a foreign language, European languages and a Google app can now turn your words into a foreign language, either in text form or as an electronic voice. Skype, an internet-telephony service, said recently that it would offer much the same (in English and Spanish only). But claims that such technological marvels will spell the end of old-fashioned translation businesses are premature. Software can give the gist of a foreign tongue, but for business use (if executives are sensible), rough is not enough. And polyglot programs are a pinprick in a vast industry. The business of translation, interpreting and software localisation (revising websites, apps and the like for use in a foreign language) generates revenues of $37 billion a year, reckons Common Sense Advisory (CSA), a consulting firm. — Anonymous
Finally Realising Sayings By Wendell Berry: Don't own so much clutter that you will be relieved to see your house catch Don't own so much clutter that you will be relieved to see your house catch fire. — Wendell Berry
Finally Realising Sayings By Sarah Dessen: He grinned again. We'd only been seeing each other for a few weeks now, but He grinned again. We'd only been seeing each other for a few weeks now, but this easy give-and-take still surprised me. From that very first day in my room, I felt like we'd somehow skipped the formalities of the Beginning of a Relationship: those awkward moments when you're not all over each other and are still feeling out the other person's boundaries and limits. Maybe this was because we'd been circling each other for a while before he finally catapulted through my window. But if I let myself think about it much - and I didn't - I had flashes of realising that I'd been comfortable with him even at the very start. Clearly, he'd been comfortable with me, grabbing my hand as he had that first day. As if he knew, even then, that we'd be here now. — Sarah Dessen
Finally Realising Sayings By Janet Frame: I don't wish to inhabit the world under false pretences. I'm relieved to have discovered I don't wish to inhabit the world under false pretences. I'm relieved to have discovered my identity after being so confused about it for so many years. Why should people be afraid if I confide in them? Yet people will always be afraid and jealous of those who finally establish their identity; it leads them to consider their own, to seclude it, cosset it, for fear it may be borrowed or interfered with, and when they are in the act of protecting it they suffer the shock of realising that their identity is nothing, it is something they dreamed and never knew; and then begins the painstaking search - what shall they choose - beast? another human being? insect? bird? — Janet Frame
Finally Realising Sayings By Julie King: Instead of, "Excellent work." Try, "I see you circled every single picture that begins with Instead of, "Excellent work."
Try, "I see you circled every single picture that begins with the letter B."

Instead of, "Good job following directions."
Try, "You found your spot in the circle as soon as you heard 'circle time. — Julie King
Finally Realising Sayings By Samuel Johnson: To be prejudiced is always to be weak; yet there are prejudices so near to To be prejudiced is always to be weak; yet there are prejudices so near to laudable that they have been often praised and are always pardoned. — Samuel Johnson
Finally Realising Sayings By Honore De Balzac: Narrow minds can develop as well through persecution as through benevolence; they can assure themselves Narrow minds can develop as well through persecution as through benevolence; they can assure themselves of their power by tyrannizing cruelly or beneficially over others. — Honore De Balzac
Finally Realising Sayings By Thomas Keneally: You know, so I was a weird eccentric kid but I did believe in the You know, so I was a weird eccentric kid but I did believe in the power of the word and of the word being made flesh I suppose, which again I suppose came from my temperament as well as my upbringing. — Thomas Keneally
Finally Realising Sayings By Stephen Covey: The only way we can handle change around us is to know what is changeless The only way we can handle change around us is to know what is changeless about ourselves — Stephen Covey
Finally Realising Sayings By Mary Livermore: Philanthropy is one of the most hopeful characteristics of our time. Philanthropy is one of the most hopeful characteristics of our time. — Mary Livermore
Finally Realising Sayings By David Miliband: I think the wonderment of seeing my two sons developing makes me incredibly optimistic about I think the wonderment of seeing my two sons developing makes me incredibly optimistic about human potential. It makes you think: 'My goodness. It's a miracle that's going on here. What could the human race do together?' — David Miliband
Finally Realising Sayings By John Connolly: After all this time, he had hope, and then hope was gone, and he hates After all this time, he had hope, and then hope was gone, and he hates himself for giving in to hope. He, who exists only to kill the hopes of others, could not destroy the hope within himself. — John Connolly