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11 Hate Phrases Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Hate Phrases Sayings By Cate Marvin: When asked what I'd be if I weren't a writer, I'm tempted to respond with When asked what I'd be if I weren't a writer, I'm tempted to respond with one of father's favorite phrases, one I despised while growing up: "I hate 'what-ifs.'" — Cate Marvin
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Hate Phrases Sayings By Kay Redfield Jamison: The assumption that rigidly rejecting words and phrases that have existed for centuries will have The assumption that rigidly rejecting words and phrases that have existed for centuries will have much impact on public attitudes is rather dubious. — Kay Redfield Jamison
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Hate Phrases Sayings By Mikhail Baryshnikov: I've always said, 'I am a selector, I am not defector' - the first few I've always said, 'I am a selector, I am not defector' - the first few phrases in English I learned. I said I hate 'defector'; something defective about the people. It's a bad word. — Mikhail Baryshnikov
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Hate Phrases Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: He murmured things that shocked her, expressing himself not in flowery phrases, but with the He murmured things that shocked her, expressing himself not in flowery phrases, but with the raw simplicity of a man whose lust for her knew no limits. I have no self-control where you're concerned. Every minute that I'm not with you, all I can think about is being inside you. I hate everything that keeps you separate from me. — Lisa Kleypas
Hate Phrases Sayings By Helen Mirren: Two phrases I hate in reference to female characters are 'strong' and 'feisty.' They really Two phrases I hate in reference to female characters are 'strong' and 'feisty.' They really annoy me. It's the most condescending thing. You say that about a three-year-old. It infantilises women. — Helen Mirren
Hate Phrases Sayings By Nancy Snow: The purpose of such propaganda phrases as "war on terrorism" and attacking "those who hate The purpose of such propaganda phrases as "war on terrorism" and attacking "those who hate freedom" is to paralyze individual thought as well as to condition people to act as one mass, as when President Bush attempted to end debate on Iraq by claiming that the American people were of one voice. The modern war president removes the individual nature of those who live in it by forcing us into a uniform state where the complexities of those we fight are erased. The enemy-terrorism, Iraq, Bin Laden, Hussein-becomes one threatening category, something to be defeated and destroyed, so that the public response will be one of reaction to fear and threat rather than creatively and independently thinking for oneself. Our best hope for overcoming perpetual thinking about war and perpetual fear about both real and imagined threats is to question our leaders and their use of empty slogans that offer little rationale, explanation or historical context. — Nancy Snow
Hate Phrases Sayings By Stephen King: During that reading, the top part of my mind is concentrating on story and toolbox During that reading, the top part of my mind is concentrating on story and toolbox concerns: knocking out pronouns with unclear antecedents (I hate and mistrust pronouns, every one of them as slippery as a fly-by-night personal-injury lawyer), adding clarifying phrases where they seem necessary, and of course, deleting all the adverbs I can bear to part with (never all of them; never enough). Underneath, — Stephen King
Hate Phrases Sayings By Julie Murphy: I hate phrases like that. "Jesus vocab," El would call them. Things you learn in I hate phrases like that. "Jesus vocab," El would call them. Things you learn in church that are hammered into you until they're so normal that you expect everyone else who doesn't go to church to know what you mean. — Julie Murphy
Hate Phrases Sayings By Stephanie Tromly: I hate it when people use phrases like 'no offense' right after they say the I hate it when people use phrases like 'no offense' right after they say the crappiest things to you. — Stephanie Tromly
Hate Phrases Sayings By Will Durant: If race or class war divides us into hostile camps, changing political argument into blind If race or class war divides us into hostile camps, changing political argument into blind hate, one side or the other may overturn the hustings with the rule of the sword. If our economy of freedom fails to distribute wealth as ably as it has created it, the road to dictatorship will be open to any man who can persuasively promise security to all; and a martial government, under whatever charming phrases, will engulf the democratic world. — Will Durant
Hate Phrases Sayings By Jude Idada: The universe does not work in phrases; don't focus on the commas; just wait for The universe does not work in phrases; don't focus on the commas; just wait for the full stop. — Jude Idada