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100 Play It Right Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Play It Right Sayings By Stan Wawrinka: I still think that I'm dreaming. It's a strange feeling. I always try to watch I still think that I'm dreaming. It's a strange feeling. I always try to watch the final of Grand Slams because that's where the best players are playing ... I never expected to play a final. I never expected to win a Grand Slam. And right now I just did it. — Stan Wawrinka
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Play It Right Sayings By Brett Favre: My wife, she still gives me a hard time, and says I hunt too much My wife, she still gives me a hard time, and says I hunt too much or I like to play golf too much. And she's probably right, but it sure beats some of the things I used to do. — Brett Favre
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Play It Right Sayings By Phillip Crawford Jr.: After the Stonewall riots the gay activists had their idealistic hearts in the right place After the Stonewall riots the gay activists had their idealistic hearts in the right place but it turned out they had underestimated the realpolitik of organized crime. Indeed, as gay liberation blossomed in the wild 1970s the bars and bathhouses became increasingly lucrative enterprises, and the Mafia had no intention of abandoning a racket it had controlled for decades. The Mafia families maintained their control by exercising the proverbial carrot and stick. The wise guys seemingly embraced the gay rights movement and cut more so-called Auntie Gays into the action as their fronts, and resorted to violent threats and sometimes murder against others who refused to play ball with the crime families. There were few legitimate businessmen in gay nightlife of the 1970s. — Phillip Crawford Jr.
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Play It Right Sayings By Portia De Rossi: It's always fun to play the innocent, no matter what you're doing. If you feel It's always fun to play the innocent, no matter what you're doing. If you feel like you're doing the right thing, you can get away with a lot comedically. I had definitely missed not having a conscience. — Portia De Rossi
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Play It Right Sayings By Venus Williams: Serena and I have done some great career planning, and we're playing really at the Serena and I have done some great career planning, and we're playing really at the peak of our tennis right now. I think tennis has been a sport where people play this insane schedule from 14 years old, so of course at 26, it's over. We've really paced ourselves. — Venus Williams
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Play It Right Sayings By Ford Frick: I don't care if half the league strikes. Those who do will encounter quick retribution. I don't care if half the league strikes. Those who do will encounter quick retribution. All will be suspended, and I don't care if it wrecks the league for 10 years. This is the United States of America, and one citizen has as much right to play as another. — Ford Frick
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Play It Right Sayings By Katie McGarry: Lila stretches the hem of her tank top over her hips as she moves toward Lila stretches the hem of her tank top over her hips as she moves toward me. When she sits, it's with her thigh melting against mine. Her heat radiates past my jeans to my skin. Every single cell within my body sizzles to life. Play this right, Lincoln. She deserves a man, not a boy. — Katie McGarry
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Play It Right Sayings By Zach Condon: I'm not an amazing trumpet player. It's mostly smoke and mirrors. You shake the trumpet I'm not an amazing trumpet player. It's mostly smoke and mirrors. You shake the trumpet and it starts to vibrate in a ridiculous drunken way, or you flop notes at the right time and you don't have to play stuff that would take seven years to learn. — Zach Condon
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Play It Right Sayings By Fredrik Backman: Ove was, well, Ove was Ove. Something the people around her also kept telling Sonja.He'd Ove was, well, Ove was Ove. Something the people around her also kept telling Sonja.
He'd been a grumpy old man since he started elementary school, they insisted. And she could have someone so much better.
Maybe he
didn't write her poems or serenade her with songs or come home with expensive gifts. But he believed so strongly in things: justice and fair play and hard
work and a world where right just had to be right. Not so one could get a medal or a diploma or a slap on the back for it, but just because that was
how it was supposed to be. Not many men of his kind were made anymore, Sonja had understood. So she was holding on to this one. — Fredrik Backman
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Play It Right Sayings By Ingmar Bergman: I make my films, Charlie. I do my lighting, place my camera angles and I I make my films, Charlie. I do my lighting, place my camera angles and I tell the actors to walk this way and do this, and there you're supposed to cry and there you're in a rage, and we keep on doing it and keep it up like the very devil and we never give up. And then the audience sits there one evening, and if we're lucky they'll cry where we decided they would cry and laugh when we want them to - right. You know all that. That is the whole mystery, Charlie"
- Georg Af Klercker in Ingmar Bergman's play "The Last Scream — Ingmar Bergman
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Play It Right Sayings By Derek B. Miller: There's also a possibility that the landlord is in there right now, wearing women's undergarments. There's also a possibility that the landlord is in there right now, wearing women's undergarments. Or a drug addict is inside stealing jewelry.Or a boatload of recent Chinese immigrants without a television watching Russia play Finland in hockey and placing bets over beer.
You have no idea what's behind that door. You can't just pick the options within your field of vision. Reality comes from everywhere. At best, you can narrow down the likelihoods. But in the end, it's not a matter of deduction. It's a matter of fact. One bullet will kill you if you're stupid or unlucky. So at least don't be stupid — Derek B. Miller
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Play It Right Sayings By Nomar Garciaparra: You'll have games where you're out there a long time. Being able to go through You'll have games where you're out there a long time. Being able to go through that and not get stiff was a good thing for me, ... As I went along, it felt better, and on that last play [a nifty move to his right and a throw across his body for the final out in the seventh] had a lot of body torque to it, and no problems. — Nomar Garciaparra
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Play It Right Sayings By Venus Williams: The big push for me is the Olympics this year. If I'm healthy, I'm not The big push for me is the Olympics this year. If I'm healthy, I'm not worried about my ranking. I think I can hit the ball. It's just about my body cooperating. It's about being able to play matches in a row. Right now, I'm not sure how much I can do with that, but we'll see. — Venus Williams
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Play It Right Sayings By Jason Day: The biggest thing right now is to know that I just didn't give up. It The biggest thing right now is to know that I just didn't give up. It would have been the easiest thing for me to just go ahead and pull out of the tournament with what has been going on over the last week - just to be up there with my mum and support her. But I really wanted to come down here and play with Adam (Scott) and really try to win the World Cup and we achieved that which was great. — Jason Day
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Play It Right Sayings By Lois Gibbs: It will take a massive effort to move society from corporate domination, in which industry's It will take a massive effort to move society from corporate domination, in which industry's rights to pollute and damage health and the environment supersede the public's right to live, work, and play in safety. This is a political fight. The science is already there, showing that people's health is at risk. To win, we will need to keep building the movement, networking with one another, planning, strategizing, and moving forward. Our children's futures, and those of their unborn children, are at stake. — Lois Gibbs
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Play It Right Sayings By Michael Lewis: They would learn to evaluate a decision not by its outcomes--whether it turned out to They would learn to evaluate a decision not by its outcomes--whether it turned out to be right or wrong--but by the process that led to it. The job of the decision maker wasn't to be right but to figure out the odds in any decision and play them well. — Michael Lewis
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Play It Right Sayings By Jan Karon: It was a wonderful life. To have a stage play right in this room, with It was a wonderful life. To have a stage play right in this room, with real people acting real parts. — Jan Karon
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Play It Right Sayings By Mary Connealy: Miss Princeton is . . ." He searched for a way to describe her. "Reckless.""Reckless?" Miss Princeton is . . ." He searched for a way to describe her. "Reckless."
"Reckless?" The word escaped all four men in perfect harmony.
He sighed. It wasn't like him to talk about personal matters. Drawing attention to himself was not his style. Back home in Phoenix people expected their ministers to be dignified and sedate. At age thirty, he'd served his church well. He could only imagine what his congregation would say if they knew how their esteemed leader bared his soul to a group of near strangers.
"Maybe that's not the right word but . . ." He couldn't think of another. "She taught our church ladies to play rounders."
The eye behind the monocle never wavered from its examination of him. "Far as I know, rounders isn't a sin. Why are you all riled up? — Mary Connealy
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Play It Right Sayings By Elle Lothlorien: My help - it's not a light switch you can turn on and off. My My help - it's not a light switch you can turn on and off. My help starts right now, and after this point you don't get to tell me that you don't want it anymore. Understand? You had a chance to walk away, Alice, and you didn't take it. Now it's time to play the game. — Elle Lothlorien
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Play It Right Sayings By Anne Rice: She had already turned. She watched him in amazement as he made his way slowly She had already turned. She watched him in amazement as he made his way slowly across the lawn and into the house. Pandora stepped back for him, and we all watched in respectful silence as he sat down near the piano, his back to the front right leg of it, and his knees brought up and his head resting wearily on his folded arms. He closed his eyes.
"Sybelle," I asked, "would you play it for him? The Appassionata, again, if you would."
And of course, she did. — Anne Rice
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Play It Right Sayings By Dean Koontz: I assure you the law isn't a line engraved in marble, immovable and unchangeable through I assure you the law isn't a line engraved in marble, immovable and unchangeable through the centuries. Rather ... the law is like a string, fixed at both ends but with a great deal of play in it-very loose, the line of the law-so you can stretch it this way or that, rearrange the arc of it so you are always-short of the blantant theft or cold-blooded murder-safely on the right side. — Dean Koontz
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Play It Right Sayings By Bijou Hunter: Crossing my arms, I glanced around. "You push too hard and the way you talk Crossing my arms, I glanced around. "You push too hard and the way you talk makes me feel bad. I don't want to defend my parents, but you force me to by making fun of them."
"That's no excuse to lose out on a little fun with a hot guy who's got cash to pay for a big lunch."
"It's true that you're hot."
"I could flex my muscles if you need a little extra incentive."
Grinning, I glanced at his strong tanned arms. "Sure, why shouldn't I feel you up since you've got me pinned."
"Oh, don't play the victim, nerd. My crotch is right here in case you need to take a shot and make a run for it. — Bijou Hunter
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Play It Right Sayings By Toni Morrison: The race thing is sort of a misnomer. It's just the human race, right? That's The race thing is sort of a misnomer. It's just the human race, right? That's it. The rest of it, and racism, is socially constructed. Nobody is born racist, no one. What happens is other things that are usually based on power, money, feeling good about yourself, or bad about yourself, those things play into hating other people for whatever reason. — Toni Morrison
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Play It Right Sayings By Eric Clapton: I did play a lot of fingerstyle when I first started playing. I could never I did play a lot of fingerstyle when I first started playing. I could never really find the right combination of flatpick or fingerpick, so playing fingerstyle is really the easiest way - though it's quite strenuous on the fingertips. — Eric Clapton
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Play It Right Sayings By Greg Saunier: I play drums, and I'd recommend it to anyone, except maybe your neighbors. It's great I play drums, and I'd recommend it to anyone, except maybe your neighbors. It's great exercise - physical, mental, emotional, and social. It takes deep concentration but also activates concentration. If you're doing it right, it's always just a little harder than what you can actually pull off. — Greg Saunier
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Play It Right Sayings By Shannon Hale: This is ridiculous," she said, then changed her mind. The last time she had confessed This is ridiculous," she said, then changed her mind. The last time she had confessed her real feelings to this man, it hadn't gone well. "Our lines, I mean, in this play. But I hope you will choose to enjoy it a little."
"Of course. It would be uncivil to say I will not enjoy making love to you tonight."
Jane's mouth was dry. "Wh-what?"
"Tonight as we perform the play," he said, completely composed. "My character professes love to your character, and to say that such a task is odious would be an insult to you."
"Ah," she said with a little laugh. "All right then." She had forgotten for a moment that "making love" did not mean to Austen what it meant today. Of course, Mr. Nobley the twenty-first-century actor knew that, and she squinted at him to see if he had been playing with her. — Shannon Hale
Play It Right Sayings By Joe Pass: If you hit a wrong note, then make it right by what you play afterward. If you hit a wrong note, then make it right by what you play afterward. — Joe Pass
Play It Right Sayings By Rob Armstrong: Flap books are the second worst book to read to a group. The worst are Flap books are the second worst book to read to a group. The worst are books that play sound effects to go along with the text. The whole time you're reading, the children are squabbling every second over who gets to push the button for the crashing cymbals. With flap books, the big problem is trying to stop the kids from tearing the flap right out of the book. It helps to have tape handy. After — Rob Armstrong
Play It Right Sayings By Dan Castellaneta: It's hard to find a play that's right for me to do. Rather than waiting It's hard to find a play that's right for me to do. Rather than waiting around for the right script to come along, I decided to write one myself. — Dan Castellaneta
Play It Right Sayings By Ada Limon: I mean, it's hard to talk about death without realizing that's our end too, right? I mean, it's hard to talk about death without realizing that's our end too, right? I am constantly aware of death. It's not that I want to be, but it's a fascination of the mind and it plays a role in why I want to live my life a certain way. The more I am aware of my mortality the better person I am and the better I am at choosing a life that is aware of its beauty. — Ada Limon
Play It Right Sayings By Greg Sestero: Moments after the waitress left us, Tommy whipped out both copies of our chosen play Moments after the waitress left us, Tommy whipped out both copies of our chosen play and handed me mine. "All right," he said. "Now we do scene." "Wait," I said. "Now?" Tommy was unperturbed. "So what? Yes. We do it now." I looked around. All the tables around us were full. "Shouldn't we eat first?" "What? Are you not dedicated actor? Rehearsal is very important." Tommy was already demonstrating a lot of promise in knowing how to embarrass the shit out of me. — Greg Sestero
Play It Right Sayings By C.D. Reiss: I was good. I was at home with baseball. But I set my routines, and I was good. I was at home with baseball. But I set my routines, and I need them. I can't ... I can't play without them."

He didn't say anything else until we got to home plate and stepped on it at the same time. He put his hands on my face and looked at me directly, as if putting a tunnel of attention between us. His thumbs rested on my cheeks.

Why hadn't I seen it the night before? Or an hour ago? Why didn't I put it all together from the exhibition games and the spring training video? He was coming apart at the seams.

"You," he said. "You threw it all in the fire. Things started collapsing right before you, and when you came, everything went to hell. It's you. I denied it, because if I let you in, I had to start over. I tried to bend it around to not want you. But I can't deny it anymore. There's no center without you. — C.D. Reiss
Play It Right Sayings By Jack Coleman: I don't want to play earnest. I'd rather play somebody who's kind of sleazy. It's I don't want to play earnest. I'd rather play somebody who's kind of sleazy. It's much more fun, especially in a comedy. You don't want to be some earnest guy who's just trying to do the right thing but can't. I want to be doing the wrong thing intentionally. — Jack Coleman
Play It Right Sayings By David Lyons: It's good to play something that's black and white, and a guy that sees right It's good to play something that's black and white, and a guy that sees right and wrong. I've never played a character like that. — David Lyons
Play It Right Sayings By Julia Quinn: What about me?" Frances asked."The butler," Harriet replied without even a second of hesitation.Frances's mouth What about me?" Frances asked.
"The butler," Harriet replied without even a second of hesitation.
Frances's mouth immediately opened to protest.
"No, no," Harriet said. "It's the best role, I promise. You get to do everything."
"Except be a unicorn," Daniel murmured.
Frances tilted her head to the side with a resigned expression.
"The next play," Harriet finally gave in. "I shall find a way to include a unicorn in the one I'm working on right now."
Frances pumped both fists in the air. "Huzzah! — Julia Quinn
Play It Right Sayings By Matthew Quick: Antigone - as you will see when you read the play - was a woman Antigone - as you will see when you read the play - was a woman who wouldn't yield to men. She did what she thought was right. And I admire Antigone a great deal. But the play is largely about pride and what happens when people are stubborn - refuse to bend. It ends in tragedy, as tragedies often do. — Matthew Quick
Play It Right Sayings By Billie Holiday: Dope never helped anybody sing better or play music better or do anything better. All Dope never helped anybody sing better or play music better or do anything better. All dope can do for you is kill you - and kill you the long, slow, hard way. And it can kill the people you love right along with you. — Billie Holiday
Play It Right Sayings By Susan Olsen: My Gram said that I would get the role in whichever show God thought was My Gram said that I would get the role in whichever show God thought was right but it wouldn't hurt to express a preference. I told her that I would like to do 'The Brady Bunch' because I'd have five other kids on the set to play with. God was listening. — Susan Olsen
Play It Right Sayings By Hilary Kornblith: Bealer argues that the kind of naturalistic view which Quine holds will rob him of Bealer argues that the kind of naturalistic view which Quine holds will rob him of the ability to make the normative claims which (many) naturalists wish to make in epistemology. I don't think this is right about Quine, but I'm certain it's not right about my own view. To the extent that I can show that talk of knowledge is firmly rooted within empirical theories where it plays an important explanatory role, I thereby demonstrate its naturalistic credentials. — Hilary Kornblith
Play It Right Sayings By Laura Frantz: He said a bit more gently, "Your father was often in this room. It seems He said a bit more gently, "Your father was often in this room. It seems right having you here." "Bella will wonder if I tarry." "Let her wonder, Roxie. Let them all wonder." His tone was so mellow, so inviting, she felt her dilemma play plainly across her face. "I won't offer you a drink, if that's what you're worried about. — Laura Frantz
Play It Right Sayings By L.A. Weatherly: I almost jumped when the door opened. Alex came back inside, wearing black sweatpants; I I almost jumped when the door opened. Alex came back inside, wearing black sweatpants; I swallowed as I saw his chest bare. "Forgot my T-shirt," he said sheepishly. His bag was on the floor near the bed, and I watched the lantern light play on his skin as he crossed to it. Squatting by the bag, he pulled out a T-shirt; I sat frozen, taking in the movement of his back and shoulders.
I stood up, my heart hammering. "Wait. Can I just ... ?" I trailed off as he turned to look at me.
"What?" he said, rising to his feet.
An embarrassed laugh escaped me. I shook my head. "Just
before you put that on, can I ... ?" In slow motion, I went over to him. I reached out toward his chest and then stopped, my fingers hesitating an inch from his skin. "Is
this all right?"
Alex stood very still, a soft smile on his face. "Anything you want is all right. — L.A. Weatherly
Play It Right Sayings By Julie Kenner: I know authors shouldn't play favorites with books, but 'Release Me' really is right up I know authors shouldn't play favorites with books, but 'Release Me' really is right up there for me. The characters truly came alive on the page and drove the story as much as I did from behind the scenes. It was a pleasure to write, and I'm so thrilled that it's the first of a trilogy because I get to spend more time with the characters. — Julie Kenner
Play It Right Sayings By Chuck Wendig: Personal opinion time: some of the bravest, strangest, coolest stories right now are being told Personal opinion time: some of the bravest, strangest, coolest stories right now are being told in the young adult space. It's stuff that doesn't fly by tropes or adhere to rules
appropriate, perhaps, since young adults tend to flick cigarettes in the eyes of the rules and don't play by social norms as much as adults do. — Chuck Wendig
Play It Right Sayings By Bernard De Koven: Now, when you play this game, even though you've never played it with me before, Now, when you play this game, even though you've never played it with me before, you're playing to get even - not with me but with what I represent to you, all those terrible people who cheated you out of your right to win. Then — Bernard De Koven
Play It Right Sayings By George R R Martin: We had to throw rocks," she said miserably. "I told her to run, to go We had to throw rocks," she said miserably. "I told her to run, to go be free, that I didn't want her anymore. There were other wolves for her to play with, we heard them howling, and Jory said the woods were full of game, so she'd have deer to hunt. Only she kept following and finally we had to throw rocks. I hit her twice. She whined and looked at me and I felt so 'shamed, but it was right, wasn't it? The queen would have killed her."
"It was right," her father said. "And even the lie was ... not without honour. — George R R Martin
Play It Right Sayings By Glenn Greenwald: Somehow, when the authoritarians on the Right search for icons of manly warrior power to Somehow, when the authoritarians on the Right search for icons of manly warrior power to venerate, they find only those who like to melodramatically play-act as such, but who ran away when it came time to actually perform. — Glenn Greenwald
Play It Right Sayings By Jaimie Alexander: If I find the right character, I don't care if it's a film, a television If I find the right character, I don't care if it's a film, a television show or a play, I'm gonna do it. Everybody crosses over and it's just one big pool of stuff now. — Jaimie Alexander
Play It Right Sayings By Robert Harling: I firmly believe in and support everyone's right to freedom of artistic expression. STEEL MAGNOLIAS I firmly believe in and support everyone's right to freedom of artistic expression. STEEL MAGNOLIAS is my artistic expression, and it is my right to say that its female characters be portrayed by women. The concept of a play set in a beauty parlor where men portray women is a terrific idea. If that is someone's artistic expression, I encourage them to write their own play as soon as possible. — Robert Harling
Play It Right Sayings By Al Kaline: You've got to get good habits of working hard so that when that play comes You've got to get good habits of working hard so that when that play comes up during the regular season that you're able to complete it and do it the right way. — Al Kaline
Play It Right Sayings By Jake M. Johnson: If I'm not directing it, I need to be right in the director's ear so If I'm not directing it, I need to be right in the director's ear so we can be talking about this." You do something like use the wrong music, the tone's off, and everything feels off". And I was like, "I'm not going down with this one. I wrote it, but I don't like that play." Then I thought, "Well, no one's producing my stuff, letting me star in it, and direct it at these theaters, so I'll just do them in comedy clubs." — Jake M. Johnson
Play It Right Sayings By Rabindranath Tagore: The child, who is decked with prince's robes and who has jewelled chains round his The child, who is decked with prince's robes and who has jewelled chains round his neck loses all pleasure in his play; his dress hampers him at every step. In fear that it may be frayed, or stained with dust he keeps himself from the world, and is afraid even to move. Mother, it is no gain, thy bondage of finery, if it keep one shut off from the healthful dust of the earth, if it rob one of the right of entrance to the great fair of common human life. — Rabindranath Tagore
Play It Right Sayings By Zella Day: I've always played music because it just feels right and have been grateful for everything I've always played music because it just feels right and have been grateful for everything I have and the shows that I play. Even when I was playing coffee shops; it's how its always been. — Zella Day
Play It Right Sayings By Emma Chase: Sleep now. . . . Go to sleep, my sweet, sweet girl. My father taught Sleep now. . . . Go to sleep, my sweet, sweet girl. My father taught me to play the guitar, but I get my voice from my mother. Lying in bed, I close my heavy eyes as she sings. It's a Melissa Etheridge song about angels knowing that everything will be all right. It's the same song she sang to me the night my father died - the night she slept in this bed with me. Because she couldn't bear to sleep in their bed alone. With my mother's voice in my ears, I finally let go. And fall asleep. — Emma Chase
Play It Right Sayings By Gena Rowlands: It was a very hard play [Woman Under the Influence] to do every night. And It was a very hard play [Woman Under the Influence] to do every night. And John Cassavetes said, "Don't worry. Don't even think about it, you're right. I hadn't thought of that." He said, "Just forget it." — Gena Rowlands
Play It Right Sayings By Margaret Kim Peterson: Human beings, who were created to live in harmony with each other, the earth, and Human beings, who were created to live in harmony with each other, the earth, and God, now find themselves distanced from or at odds with their fellow humans, their physical surroundings, and their Lord. Redemption, then, consists in healing these breaches and restoring right relationships among all of these parties.
The things we eat play a part in this. The contemporary American diet is too often a case study in alienation, consisting as it does of foods that come from all over the world and are available all of the time ... just as global communication technologies erode the time people spend talking in person to people they actually know, so the constant availability of foods from all over the world erodes the connection people have to their own local environment and the foods associated with it. — Margaret Kim Peterson
Play It Right Sayings By Cecelia Ahern: A funeral is like a little game, really. You have to just play along and A funeral is like a little game, really. You have to just play along and say the right thing and behave the right way until it's over. Be pleasant but don't smile too much; be sad but don't overdo it or the family will feel worse than they already do. Be hopeful but don't let your optimism be taken as a lack of empathy or an inability to deal with the reality. Because if anybody was to be truly honest there would be a lot of arguments, finger-pointing, tears, snot, and screaming. — Cecelia Ahern
Play It Right Sayings By Elizabeth Bishop: Think of the long trip home. Should we have stayed at home and thought of Think of the long trip home.
Should we have stayed at home and thought of here?
Where should we be today?
Is it right to be watching strangers in a play
in this strangest of theatres?
What childishness is it that while there's a breath of life
in our bodies, we are determined to rush
to see the sun the other way around?
The tiniest green hummingbird in the world?
To stare at some inexplicable old stonework,
inexplicable and impenetrable,
at any view,
instantly seen and always, always delightful?
Oh, must we dream our dreams
and have them, too?
And have we room
for one more folded sunset, still quite warm? — Elizabeth Bishop
Play It Right Sayings By David Foster Wallace: You play right up to your limit and then pass your limit and look back You play right up to your limit and then pass your limit and look back at your former limit and wave a hankie at it, embarking. — David Foster Wallace
Play It Right Sayings By Summer Sanders: I missed the Olympic team in 1996 - missed making the team. I tried to I missed the Olympic team in 1996 - missed making the team. I tried to make a comeback in my sport, and soon after the Olympic trials, Johann Olav Koss, who is a Norwegian speed-skater, called me up and asked me to be a part of Olympic Aid. Now Olympic Aid is Right to Play. It's a wonderful, narrow focus. — Summer Sanders
Play It Right Sayings By Rafael Nadal: You just try to play tough and focus point for point. Sounds so boring, but You just try to play tough and focus point for point. Sounds so boring, but it's the right thing to do out there. — Rafael Nadal
Play It Right Sayings By Justin Halpern: On SharingI'm sorry, but if your brother doesn't want you to play with his shit, On Sharing
I'm sorry, but if your brother doesn't want you to play with his shit, then you can't play with it. It's his shit. If he wants to be an asshole and not share, then that's his right. You always have the right to be an asshole - you just shouldn't use that right very often. — Justin Halpern
Play It Right Sayings By Carrie Vaughn: All right. I'll bite. Here's what I think, with the caveat that I may be All right. I'll bite. Here's what I think, with the caveat that I may be wrong. I think we're here to make the world a better place than we found it. I think we don't always deserve the cards we're dealt, good or bad. But we are judged by how we play the cards we're dealt. Those of us with a bum deal that makes it harder to do good
we just have to work a little more is all. There's no destiny. There's just muddling through without doing to much damage. — Carrie Vaughn
Play It Right Sayings By Niall Ferguson: These days, nearly everyone claims to be democratic. I have even heard it claimed that These days, nearly everyone claims to be democratic. I have even heard it claimed that the Chinese Communist Party is democratic. 'Capitalist', by contrast, is a word too often used as a term of abuse to be much heard in polite company. How do the institutions of the democratic state and those of the market economy relate to one another? Do corporations play an active part in politics, through lobbyists and campaign contributions? Do governments play an active part in economic life, through subsidies, tariffs and other market-distorting devices, or through regulation? What is the right balance to be struck — Niall Ferguson
Play It Right Sayings By Bradley James: Because of the nature of King Arthur and the resonance he has, not only with Because of the nature of King Arthur and the resonance he has, not only with within the U.K., but right around the world, I have found it a huge honour to play the part. I will look back on it very fondly and be very proud to have been King Arthur when I finally hang up the chain mail! — Bradley James
Play It Right Sayings By Patricia Arquette: The truth is, even though we sort of feel like we have equal rights in The truth is, even though we sort of feel like we have equal rights in America, right under the surface there are huge issues that are at play that really do affect women. And it's time for all the women in America and all the men that love women, and all the gay people, and all the people of color that we've all fought for, to fight for us now. — Patricia Arquette
Play It Right Sayings By Rob Portman: I'm not here today to tell you government doesn't have a role to play. It I'm not here today to tell you government doesn't have a role to play. It does, but it needs to be the right role. — Rob Portman
Play It Right Sayings By Stephen Sondheim: He came from a rock band and even though he was not a lead singer, He came from a rock band and even though he was not a lead singer, I knew he was musical just from that. I also knew that he was intelligent enough from talking to him, that he would not play this part unless he could handle it vocally. I knew he was not about to get up there and have to have his voice dubbed or come off croaking. So Johnny Depp casted Johnny Depp. I trusted him entirely. I knew that he was no fool and he would only do it if he felt he could handle it. I told him to listen to the score carefully and if you can handle it, fine by me, and I was right. — Stephen Sondheim
Play It Right Sayings By Kate DiCamillo: I always write with music. It takes me a while to figure out the right I always write with music. It takes me a while to figure out the right piece of music for what I'm working on. Once I figure it out, that's the only thing I'll play. — Kate DiCamillo
Play It Right Sayings By Howard Rheingold: Technologies evolve in the strangest ways. Computers were created to calculate ballistics equations, and now Technologies evolve in the strangest ways. Computers were created to calculate ballistics equations, and now we use them to create amusing illusions. Creating amusing illusions is a big business if you play it right. — Howard Rheingold
Play It Right Sayings By Yo-Yo Ma: I play an instrument that has four strings, and I'm still trying to get it I play an instrument that has four strings, and I'm still trying to get it right. What I've tried to do in the process of playing these four strings is to try and understand the people I meet, the stories they have to tell. And then become an advocate for them and their stories through music. — Yo-Yo Ma
Play It Right Sayings By Vijay Kumar: Clearly, humans will always have a role to play in emergency response for law enforcement. Clearly, humans will always have a role to play in emergency response for law enforcement. But if there's an emergency, if there's a 911 call, the question is, do you want a human dashing off to respond to it right away? — Vijay Kumar
Play It Right Sayings By Mike Scioscia: In this game, you have to think about making plays, you can't worry about making In this game, you have to think about making plays, you can't worry about making mistakes. At times, a guy will get thrown out, but in the bigger scheme, the bases we're going to take will far outweigh that occasional misread. And it depends on what you call a mistake. If the outfielder puts the ball right on the money, he's out by a quarter-step and it's a bang-bang play, that's not a mistake. That's baseball. If you're out by four or five steps, it's ugly, it's a misread, but in the big picture, that aggressiveness is going to help us more than the occasional blunder will hurt. — Mike Scioscia
Play It Right Sayings By John Coltrane: I would like to bring to people something like happiness. I would like to discover I would like to bring to people something like happiness. I would like to discover a method so that if I want it to rain, it will start right away to rain. If one of my friends is ill, I'd like to play a certain song and he will be cured; when he'd be broke, I'd bring out a different song and immediately he'd receive all the money he needed. — John Coltrane
Play It Right Sayings By Bruce Forsyth: It could still be a good night if you play your cards right. It could still be a good night if you play your cards right. — Bruce Forsyth
Play It Right Sayings By Colleen Houck: Kishan spoke intently, "Kelsey is all that a man could ask for. She's perfect for Kishan spoke intently, "Kelsey is all that a man could ask for. She's perfect for you. She loves poetry and sits endlessly content while listening to you sing and play your guitar. She waited months for you to come after her, and she has risked her life repeatedly to save your mangy white hide. She's sweet and loving and warm and beautiful and would make you immeasurably happy."
There was a pause. Then I heard Ren say incredulously, "You love her."
Kishan didn't answer right away, but then said softly, almost so I couldn't hear it, "No man in his right mind wouldn't, which proves you aren't in your right mind. — Colleen Houck
Play It Right Sayings By Seth Godin: I don't think we have any choice. I think we have an obligation to change I don't think we have any choice. I think we have an obligation to change the rules, to raise the bar, to play a different game, and to play it better than anyone has any right to believe is possible. — Seth Godin
Play It Right Sayings By Iain M. Banks: though. Our Azadian friends are always rather nonplussed by our lack of a flag or though. Our Azadian friends are always rather nonplussed by our lack of a flag or a symbol, and the Culture rep here - you'll meet him tonight if he remembers to turn up - thought it was a pity there was no Culture anthem for bands to play when our people come here, so he whistled them the first song that came into his head, and they've been playing that at receptions and ceremonies for the last eight years." "I thought I recognized one of the tunes they played," Gurgeh admitted. The drone pushed his arms up and made some more adjustments. "Yes, but the first song that came into the guy's head was 'Lick Me Out'; have you heard the lyrics?" "Ah." Gurgeh grinned. "That song. Yes, that could be awkward." "Damn right. If they find out they'll probably declare war. Usual Contact snafu. — Iain M. Banks
Play It Right Sayings By Don Mattingly: Good teams I played on ... just the tone that they play with, the energy Good teams I played on ... just the tone that they play with, the energy they play with, how they go about it. When you get it going the right way, you get everyone going in the same direction and it's a powerful thing. — Don Mattingly
Play It Right Sayings By Hulk Hogan: Right before Pamela Anderson met Tommy Lee I got this crazy script to do this Right before Pamela Anderson met Tommy Lee I got this crazy script to do this incredible movie with her where I play this cop with a young partner like Brad Pitt who is in love with Pamela Anderson and he gets killed in the line of duty and she falls in love with me and it gets really crazy. I turned that down. — Hulk Hogan
Play It Right Sayings By Catherine Ryan Hyde: I wasn't into blame. Maybe because I had so much of it directed at me, I wasn't into blame. Maybe because I had so much of it directed at me, you know? I guess you can go one of two ways with that. You can reflect it right back out at everybody else, or you can drop out of the whole blame paradigm. I guess I chose not to play the game anymore. — Catherine Ryan Hyde
Play It Right Sayings By Dean Koontz: As an attorney, I assure you the law isn't a line engraved in marble, immovable As an attorney, I assure you the law isn't a line engraved in marble, immovable and unchangeable through the centuries. Rather ... the law is like a string, fixed at both ends but with a great deal of play in it very loose, the line of the law so you can stretch it this way or that, rearrange the arc of it so you are nearly always short of blatant theft or cold-blooded murder safely on the right side. That's a daunting thing to realize but true. — Dean Koontz
Play It Right Sayings By John Grisham: You count the years until you get a varsity jersey, then you're a hero, an You count the years until you get a varsity jersey, then you're a hero, an idol, a cocky bastard because in this town you can do no wrong. You win and win and you're the king of your own little world, then poof, it's gone. You play your last game and everybody cries. You can't believe it's over. Then another team comes right behind you and you're forgotten. — John Grisham
Play It Right Sayings By Kristen Ashley: I wanted to play ball," he stated in a way that my body got very I wanted to play ball," he stated in a way that my body got very still and my eyes, already locked to his, became glued there. "It wasn't the money. It wasn't the fame. It was the game. The goddamned game. I didn't feel like I was breathin' right if I wasn't playin' or practicin'. Felt like life was still, someone hit pause, then I'd put on my pads and jersey and walk on the field and then everything would come alive. Dad and I were Eagles fans since I could remember. Puttin' that fuckin' jersey on, Christ, Laurie ... Christ. — Kristen Ashley
Play It Right Sayings By Wade Belak: He's one of those guys whose English gets worse every year. But as long as He's one of those guys whose English gets worse every year. But as long as it doesn't affect his play, we're all right. — Wade Belak
Play It Right Sayings By Hayley Williams: so your father told you oncethat you were his princessyou won't see the castleyou cannot so your father told you once
that you were his princess
you won't see the castle
you cannot find your prince
and now you've grown a lot
and your dress don't fit right
your daddy's not a hero
he stole your chariot

so here you are in pieces
trying to prove to us it's real
the softness of your smile
and the lies you want to feel
the scales beneath your skin
are showing off today
there's evil in your heart
and it wants out to play

there's evil in your heart
and it wants out to play
there's evil in your heart

and I have made a home here
for me
you'll burn it down with your fantasy — Hayley Williams
Play It Right Sayings By Thad Matta: It is a tremendous honor to be a No. 2 seed, and to get to It is a tremendous honor to be a No. 2 seed, and to get to play so close to home in Dayton. It is an incredible feeling, and it will be interesting to start preparing. But right now we need some rest and then we'll get our guys going for the NCAA Tournament. — Thad Matta
Play It Right Sayings By Mandy Moore: I've had the opportunity to play the drug dealer who gets gang-raped, and I'm like, I've had the opportunity to play the drug dealer who gets gang-raped, and I'm like, "For what reason? Doing it just to do it? To just show people that I can be sexy or dark?" I don't want to do something just to make that point. It needs to happen organically, and I'm really confident it will. I'm a pretty patient person, and I'll wait until we find the right stuff. — Mandy Moore
Play It Right Sayings By Mackenzie Herbert: But that's life right? It's just a shitty hand of cards. But then maybe somebody But that's life right? It's just a shitty hand of cards. But then maybe somebody pulls out an Ace, and somebody else gets a four, or a ten. It's all in the draw and how you play it. — Mackenzie Herbert
Play It Right Sayings By Kerry Washington: I'm doing this play right now, the new David Mamet play. It's called 'Race,' and I'm doing this play right now, the new David Mamet play. It's called 'Race,' and it's very interesting how people really leave the theater filled with the desire to talk about the play and the issues and the characters, and how they're all navigating their personal views around race. — Kerry Washington
Play It Right Sayings By Rose Macaulay: Words move, turning over like tumbling clowns; like certain books and like fleas, they possess Words move, turning over like tumbling clowns; like certain books and like fleas, they possess activity. All men equally have the right to say, 'This word shall bear this meaning,' and see if they can get it across. It is a sporting game, which all can play, only all cannot win. — Rose Macaulay
Play It Right Sayings By Ruth Ware: But it must be nice working with other people." I ventured. "Sharing the responsibility, I But it must be nice working with other people." I ventured. "Sharing the responsibility, I mean. A play's a big thing, right?" "Yes, I suppose so. You have to share the glory, but at least when the shit hits the fan, it's a collective splattering, I guess." I — Ruth Ware
Play It Right Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Sometimes fate is like a small sandstorm that keeps changing directions. You change direction but Sometimes fate is like a small sandstorm that keeps changing directions. You change direction but the sandstorm chases you. You turn again, but the storm adjusts. Over and over you play this out, like some ominous dance with death just before dawn. Why? Because this storm isn't something that has nothing to do with you, This storm is you. Something inside you. So all you can do is give in to it, step right inside the storm, closing your eyes and plugging up your ears so the sand doesn't get in, and walk through it, step by step. There's no sun there, no moon, no direction, no sense of time. Just fine white sand swirling up the sky like pulverized bones. — Haruki Murakami
Play It Right Sayings By John Coltrane: The first time I heard Bird play, it hit me right between the eyes. The first time I heard Bird play, it hit me right between the eyes. — John Coltrane
Play It Right Sayings By Aristotle.: To amuse oneself in order that one may exert oneself, as Anacharsis puts it, seems To amuse oneself in order that one may exert oneself, as Anacharsis puts it, seems right; for amusement is a sort of relaxation, and we need relaxation because we cannot work continuously. — Aristotle.
Play It Right Sayings By Anna Kendrick: I think right after 'Up in the Air' everyone wanted me to play the girl I think right after 'Up in the Air' everyone wanted me to play the girl from 'Up in the Air,' and it took a little while for people to think of me as an actress from a film that they liked instead of just that character. — Anna Kendrick
Play It Right Sayings By Marat Safin: That was ... that was choking. You're right. But of course when you play against That was ... that was choking. You're right. But of course when you play against (Roger) Federer, he's No. 1 in the world, he won three grand slams last year, and he's just full of confidence. It's difficult to do anything regular to beat him. You have to do something extra to be able to have the chance to beat him. Set points, I had six of them and I couldn't take one. But I was close. — Marat Safin
Play It Right Sayings By R. Scott Bakker: Do not mistake me, Inrithi. In this much Conphas is right. You are all staggering Do not mistake me, Inrithi. In this much Conphas is right. You are all staggering drunks to me. Boys who would play at war when you should kennel with your mothers. You know nothing of war. War is dark. Black as pitch. It is not a God. It does not laugh or weep. It rewards neither skill not daring. It is not a trial of souls, nor the measure of wills. Even less is it a tool, a means to some womanish end. It is merely the place where the iron bones of the earth meet the hollow bones of men and break them.
You have offered me war, and I have accepted. Nothing more. I will not regret your losses. I will not bow my head before your funeral pyres. I will not rejoice at your triumphs. But I have taken the wager. I will suffer with you. I will put Fanim to the sword, and drive their wives and children to the slaughter. And when I sleep, I will dream of their lamentations and be glad of heart. — R. Scott Bakker
Play It Right Sayings By Nora Roberts: Kissing Red must've killed off some of your brain cells," Ryder decided. "You can tell Kissing Red must've killed off some of your brain cells," Ryder decided. "You can tell a woman what to do
if you play it right
and maybe, maybe half the time she'd do it, or something close to it. That's a live woman. A dead one? I figure that's closer to zero. — Nora Roberts
Play It Right Sayings By Marat Safin: If you get operated, something can go wrong and you can just say bye-bye to If you get operated, something can go wrong and you can just say bye-bye to tennis. That's what happened to a lot of soccer players in Europe. They get operated, some things, it's not the mistake of the doctor. It's just some surgeries, they just don't go the right way ... My injury will never go away. It's already become so chronic there's no chance to fix it so I can play without pain. — Marat Safin
Play It Right Sayings By Diane Duane: Kit gave the Pig a look. "Oh, come on! The Powers..." His voice trailed off Kit gave the Pig a look. "Oh, come on! The Powers..." His voice trailed off as the Pig gave him the same look right back. "I mean, the One... wouldn't play jokes--"

"Wouldn't It?" said the Transcendent Pig. "Been out in the real world lately? — Diane Duane