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Rivalry Sayings By Edmund Morgan: The American world had - seemingly, at least - become a Jeffersonian world by the The American world had - seemingly, at least - become a Jeffersonian world by the election of 1800, which placed Thomas Jefferson in the presidency. Jefferson had been Hamilton's rival in the new government's early years, and Hamilton has figured in the public memory almost as much for that rivalry as for his positive achievements. — Edmund Morgan
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Rivalry Sayings By Henri J.M. Nouwen: In a world so torn apart by rivalry, anger, and hatred, we have the privileged In a world so torn apart by rivalry, anger, and hatred, we have the privileged vocation to be living signs of a love that can bridge all divisions and heal all wounds. — Henri J.M. Nouwen
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Rivalry Sayings By William Perry: The rivalry is huge between South Carolina and Clemson. It's major bragging rights; one of The rivalry is huge between South Carolina and Clemson. It's major bragging rights; one of the most intense things I've been a part of. — William Perry
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Rivalry Sayings By Wataru Watari: She was quit a handsome man, my sister. She was quit a handsome man, my sister. — Wataru Watari
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Rivalry Sayings By Dez Bryant: Records don't mean anything in rivalry games. Records don't mean anything in rivalry games. — Dez Bryant
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Rivalry Sayings By Erma Bombeck: My sister and I never engaged in sibling rivalry. Our parents weren't that crazy about My sister and I never engaged in sibling rivalry. Our parents weren't that crazy about either one of us. — Erma Bombeck
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Rivalry Sayings By Peadar O'Guilin: The two brothers looked so alike now and their faces seemed to ripple under the The two brothers looked so alike now and their faces seemed to ripple under the weight of powerful emotions. Hatred, love, violence and fear. The crowd stepped back to form a circle, as though they might be caught between falling buildings. — Peadar O'Guilin
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Rivalry Sayings By Shweta Ganesh Kumar: But Sir, he works with NT? Why would he tell us where to go? Aren't But Sir, he works with NT? Why would he tell us where to go? Aren't we the competition?' Satya asked.
Nagesh shook his head gravely. 'Actually the competition starts at the headquarters and is between the people who come on TV, and want to make sure their face is noticed by the rival channel, so that they get picked up for a higher salary. Between us camerapersons, there is no rivalry. We don't do piece to cameras, we don't come on TV. We do all the jostling to get you the best visuals to show on the channel. We just want to get the news to the viewers, no matter which logo is pasted on it. — Shweta Ganesh Kumar
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Rivalry Sayings By Thomas C. Foster: In Eudora Welty's masterful story "Why I Live at the P.O." (1941), the narrator is In Eudora Welty's masterful story "Why I Live at the P.O." (1941), the narrator is engaged in a sibling rivalry with her younger sister, who has come home after leaving under suspicious if not actually disgraceful circumstances. The narrator, Sister, is outraged at having to cook two chickens to feed five people and a small child just because her "spoiled" sister has come home. What Sister can't see, but we can, is that those two fowl are really a fatted calf. It may not be a grand feast by traditional standards, but it is a feast, as called for upon the return of the Prodigal Son, even if the son turns out to be a daughter. Like the brothers in the parable, Sister is irritated and envious that the child who left, and ostensibly used up her "share" of familial goodwill, is instantly welcomed, her sins so quickly forgiven. Then — Thomas C. Foster
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Rivalry Sayings By Selma Fraiberg: It seems to me that we have to draw the line in sibling rivalry whenever It seems to me that we have to draw the line in sibling rivalry whenever rivalry goes out of bounds into destructive behavior of aphysical or verbal kind. The principle needs to be this: Whatever the reasons for your feelings you will have to find civilized solutions. — Selma Fraiberg
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Rivalry Sayings By Marie-Philip Poulin: Everything went well, we had a good first period. We wanted to win, and we Everything went well, we had a good first period. We wanted to win, and we did. We have a big game in two days, and it will be fun. We worked hard, and it is our ultimate goal. We are ready. There is always a big rivalry between Canada and the United States; it's always fun, and we are really motivated. — Marie-Philip Poulin
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Rivalry Sayings By Catherine Hardwicke: You actually do confront your dark side, your impulses, or your feelings of sibling rivalry You actually do confront your dark side, your impulses, or your feelings of sibling rivalry in Cinderella or whatever. You admit that they exist and then you work through them and conquer them and come out living happily ever after having learned something. That's one reason why the fairy tales keep having traction and meaning. — Catherine Hardwicke
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Rivalry Sayings By Melody Carlson: Girls can be so petty and jealous. I swear they're worse than guys sometimes. Except Girls can be so petty and jealous. I swear they're worse than guys sometimes. Except they're all quiet about it. They sugarcoat it or else they talk behind each other's backs. It's seriously twisted. — Melody Carlson
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Rivalry Sayings By Rob Corddry: I don't feel rivalry. I'm the least competitive person you'll meet ever, to a fault. I don't feel rivalry. I'm the least competitive person you'll meet ever, to a fault. — Rob Corddry
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Rivalry Sayings By Muhammad Ali Jinnah: There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women. — Muhammad Ali Jinnah
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Rivalry Sayings By Bill Russell: People say it was the greatest individual rivalry they've ever seen. I agree with that. People say it was the greatest individual rivalry they've ever seen. I agree with that. Let me assure you that if either Wilt's or Russ' coach had ever told one of them he couldn't guard the other guy, he would have lost that player forever. — Bill Russell
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Rivalry Sayings By Philippa Gregory: Eyes downcast, she went past me without a glance. Dismissively her gown brushed my knees Eyes downcast, she went past me without a glance. Dismissively her gown brushed my knees as if I should have drawn further back, out of her way, as if everyone should always step back to let Anne through. Then she was gone and as I looked up I met the Queen's eye. She looked blankly at me as I might look at a rivalry of birds fluttering in a dovecote. It was not as if it mattered. They would all be eaten in time. — Philippa Gregory
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Rivalry Sayings By Andre Agassi: Tennis is at an amazing time when you've got two of the best players ever Tennis is at an amazing time when you've got two of the best players ever to play the game. You can argue the two very best playing in the same generation. It's a rivalry I think that we've never seen in our sport. — Andre Agassi
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Rivalry Sayings By William George Jordan: Life is not a competition with others. In its truest sense it is a rivalry Life is not a competition with others. In its truest sense it is a rivalry with ourselves. We should each day seek to break the record of our yesterday. We should seek each day to live stronger, better, truer lives; each day to master some weakness of yesterday; each day to repair past follies; each day to surpass ... ourselves. And this is but progress. — William George Jordan
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Rivalry Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: Love is a usually force able of transforming an rivalry into friend. Love is a usually force able of transforming an rivalry into friend. — Martin Luther King Jr.
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Rivalry Sayings By Drew Karpyshyn: By its very nature, the dark side invites rivalry and strife. This is the greatest By its very nature, the dark side invites rivalry and strife. This is the greatest strength of the Sith: it culls the weak from our order. — Drew Karpyshyn
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Rivalry Sayings By Bobby Thomson: It was a pretty fierce rivalry. I'm just speaking for myself, but I think it It was a pretty fierce rivalry. I'm just speaking for myself, but I think it was general through the clubs. We didn't like them, and they didn't like us. — Bobby Thomson
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Rivalry Sayings By Jimmy Connors: I had true rivalries. Not only did I want to beat my opponent, but I I had true rivalries. Not only did I want to beat my opponent, but I didn't want to let him up, either. I had a rivalry with Mac, Lendl, Borg. Everybody knew there was tension between us, on court and off. That's what's really ingrained in my mind: 'This is real. This isn't a soft rivalry.' There were no hugs and kisses. — Jimmy Connors
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Rivalry Sayings By Khaled Hosseini: To me, it's nonsense - and very dangerous nonsense at that - all this talk To me, it's nonsense - and very dangerous nonsense at that - all this talk of I'm Tajik and you're Pashtun and he's Hazara and she's Uzbek. We're all Afghans, and that's all that should matter. But when one group rules over the others for so long ... There's contempt. Rivalry. There is. There always has been. Maybe — Khaled Hosseini
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Rivalry Sayings By Haroutioun Bochnakian: Violence is formed by the scarcity of nature, and will stay with us as long Violence is formed by the scarcity of nature, and will stay with us as long as we live in scarcity. — Haroutioun Bochnakian
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Rivalry Sayings By Tom Robbins: Jerusalem was capital of southern Israel, known then as Judah. Isn't it true that there's Jerusalem was capital of southern Israel, known then as Judah. Isn't it true that there's always a rivalry between north and south? North and South Korea, North and South Vietnam, Northern and Southern Ireland, Yankees and Rebels, uptown and downtown. Somebody please tell me why that is? Maybe southerners get too much sun, like Mr. Sock over there, frying his threads, and northerners don't get enough (although I hardly think northern Israel a cool spot in the shade), but southern peoples
tropical and downtown types
always seem to lean toward decadence, whereas uptown, in the north, progress is favored. Decadence and progress obviously are at odds. — Tom Robbins
Rivalry Sayings By Armstrong Williams: Victim mentality only creates helplessness, the most maddening, miserable and upsetting of mental states. In Victim mentality only creates helplessness, the most maddening, miserable and upsetting of mental states. In fact, it is commonly reported that nothing triggers madness like a sense of helplessness. It is a cousin of paranoia, a sense that the world is out to get you, that there is some opposition, some rivalry between you and the world. This is a warped, twisted mentality that offers no benefits, and, more importantly, is manifestly false. — Armstrong Williams
Rivalry Sayings By Rene Girard: The commandment to imitate Jesus does not appear suddenly in a world exempt from imitation; The commandment to imitate Jesus does not appear suddenly in a world exempt from imitation; rather it is addressed to everyone that mimetic rivalry has affected. Non-Christians imagine that to be converted they must renounce an autonomy that all people possess naturally, a freedom and independence that Jesus would like to take away from them. In reality, once we imitate Jesus, we discover that our aspiration to autonomy has always made us bow down before individuals who may not be worse than we are but who are nonetheless bad models because we cannot imitate them without falling with them into the trap of rivalries in which we are ensnarled more and more. — Rene Girard
Rivalry Sayings By Beth Moore: Insecurity is at the heart of every rivalry. Insecurity is at the heart of every rivalry. — Beth Moore
Rivalry Sayings By G.A. Aiken: What are we doing with him?" Briec asked eagerly. "Are we throwing him out a What are we doing with him?" Briec asked eagerly. "Are we throwing him out a window? Let's throw him out a window! Or off the roof! — G.A. Aiken
Rivalry Sayings By Charlotte Munro: Ah, such a good pretty one.' There was a pause, 'You even got yourself dressed Ah, such a good pretty one.' There was a pause, 'You even got yourself dressed up. — Charlotte Munro
Rivalry Sayings By Janine Di Giovanni: Sibling rivalry was, and still is to this day, rampant in my family. We were Sibling rivalry was, and still is to this day, rampant in my family. We were all competing for my parents' divided attention. — Janine Di Giovanni
Rivalry Sayings By Joseph-Francois Michaud: Fear silenced all interests and all rivalry. Fear silenced all interests and all rivalry. — Joseph-Francois Michaud
Rivalry Sayings By Juliet Blackwell: Who's no longer an infant," Luc said. "Lily and I are ... 'friends' ... as Who's no longer an infant," Luc said. "Lily and I are ... 'friends' ... as well. As a matter of fact, she and I were trying on corsets together, just last night."
I rolled my eyes.
"You were doing what?" Max demanded.
"It's an ancient bonding ritual," I said, annoyed with both men. What were they, thirteen years old? "Invoked to ward off childish displays of sibling rivalry. Obviously it didn't work."
Bronwyn laughed, and Luc smiled a crooked smile. — Juliet Blackwell
Rivalry Sayings By Rick Riordan: The rivalry ends here," [Percy] said. "I love you, Wise Girl. The rivalry ends here," [Percy] said. "I love you, Wise Girl. — Rick Riordan
Rivalry Sayings By A&E Kirk: Your wit never ceases to underwhelm me. Your wit never ceases to underwhelm me. — A&E Kirk
Rivalry Sayings By Khushwant Singh: There was another matter which caused much disturbance in our mind: the viciousness of sibling There was another matter which caused much disturbance in our mind: the viciousness of sibling rivalry. We knew that kingship knows no kinship. No bridge of affection spans the abyss that separates a monarch from his sons; no bonds of affection exist between the sons of kings. Sired though they may have been by the same loins, lain in succession in the same womb and suckled the same breasts, no sooner were they old enough to know the world than they understood that they must destroy their siblings or be destroyed themselves. — Khushwant Singh
Rivalry Sayings By Gautama Buddha: Just as a mother would protect with her life her own son, her only son, Just as a mother would protect with her life her own son, her only son, so one should cultivate an unbounded mind towards all beings, and loving-kindness towards all the world. One should cultivate an unbounded mind, above and below and across, without obstruction, without enmity, without rivalry. Standing, or going, or seated, or lying down, as long as one is free from drowsiness, one should practice this mindfulness. This, they say, is the holy state here. — Gautama Buddha
Rivalry Sayings By Jodi Lynn Anderson: An unspoken rivalry threaded their relationship, in which Tiger Lily thought that if she could An unspoken rivalry threaded their relationship, in which Tiger Lily thought that if she could keep up with him, she could hold tighter to him. It didn't occur to her there was anything in which Peter would want her to fail. But sometimes, I could see that, even for him, she was too fast, too sure-footed, and didn't seem to need him quite enough. — Jodi Lynn Anderson
Rivalry Sayings By Tim Allen: What causes sibling rivalry?" "Having more than one kid. What causes sibling rivalry?"
"Having more than one kid. — Tim Allen
Rivalry Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: We are not afraid of rivalry, for we are unique We are not afraid of rivalry, for we are unique — Sunday Adelaja
Rivalry Sayings By C.J. Milbrandt: You know, I don't think your brother dislikes you as much as you think. After You know, I don't think your brother dislikes you as much as you think. After all, he gave up a kingdom to stay with his family. — C.J. Milbrandt
Rivalry Sayings By Mark Helprin: Disdain is only as intense as similarity. Disdain is only as intense as similarity. — Mark Helprin
Rivalry Sayings By Alexander The Great: Holy shadows of the dead, I'm not to blame for your cruel and bitter fate, Holy shadows of the dead, I'm not to blame for your cruel and bitter fate, but the accursed rivalry which brought sister nations and brother people, to fight one another. I do not feel happy for this victory of mine. On the contrary, I would be glad, brothers, if I had all of you standing here next to me, since we are united by the same language, the same blood and the same visions. — Alexander The Great
Rivalry Sayings By Rick Riordan: And you, Percy, are my favorite son. And you, Percy, are my favorite son. — Rick Riordan
Rivalry Sayings By Mike Krzyzewski: Great rivalries don't have to be built on hatred. They're built on respect, on a Great rivalries don't have to be built on hatred. They're built on respect, on a respect for excellence. — Mike Krzyzewski
Rivalry Sayings By Abbey Lee Kershaw: The European girls, like the Russians, tend to stick together, but there's never any rivalry. The European girls, like the Russians, tend to stick together, but there's never any rivalry. Sometimes there's a little bit of tension with the older girls because they might feel a little threatened by the younger models, but it's not between personalities. — Abbey Lee Kershaw
Rivalry Sayings By Marty Rubin: Death has no rival. Death has no rival. — Marty Rubin
Rivalry Sayings By Gene Luen Yang: I noticed that when my daughter was born, my son really, really liked her. But I noticed that when my daughter was born, my son really, really liked her. But then as she started getting older, and as she started crawling around our house and touching different things that were his, sibling rivalry issues started appearing. — Gene Luen Yang
Rivalry Sayings By Bob Wells: Look around. There are no enemies here. There's just good, old-fashioned rivalry. Look around. There are no enemies here. There's just good, old-fashioned rivalry. — Bob Wells
Rivalry Sayings By Katherine Mariaca-Sullivan: are you because of me?am I me because of you?the lines have long since blurred.if, are you because of me?
am I me because of you?
the lines have long since blurred.

if, that is, they ever existed."

from "The Complication of Sisters — Katherine Mariaca-Sullivan
Rivalry Sayings By Susan Shapiro Barash: And I shuddered at the apparent freedom so many women felt simply to take what And I shuddered at the apparent freedom so many women felt simply to take what they wanted without regard for other women's feelings. It was as though we were all crazed customers at some kind of year-end shoe sale, shoving our fellow females out of the way as we clutched desperately at the few remaining pieces of merchandise. I had the discouraging sense that our culture had created female monsters, dooming us to play out these intense and bitter rivalries almost against our will. — Susan Shapiro Barash
Rivalry Sayings By Jorge Luis Borges: In the critics' vocabulary, the work 'precursor' is indispensable, but it should be cleansed of In the critics' vocabulary, the work 'precursor' is indispensable, but it should be cleansed of all connotations of polemics or rivalry. — Jorge Luis Borges
Rivalry Sayings By Philip Pullman: Just as she was unaware of the hidden currents of politics running below the surface Just as she was unaware of the hidden currents of politics running below the surface of College affairs, so the Scholars, for their part, would have been unable to see the rich seething stew of alliances and enmities and feuds and treaties which was a child's life in Oxford. Children playing together: how pleasant to see! What could be more innocent and charming? — Philip Pullman
Rivalry Sayings By George Santayana: Sex endows the individual with a dumb and powerful instinct, which carries his body and Sex endows the individual with a dumb and powerful instinct, which carries his body and soul continually towards another, makes it one of the dearest employments of his life to select and pursue a companion, and joins to possession the keenest pleasure, to rivalry the fiercest rage, and to solicitude an eternal melancholy. What more could be needed to suffuse the world with the deepest meaning and beauty? — George Santayana
Rivalry Sayings By Sharon Stone: A truly beautiful woman is always good and the other women, and to people in A truly beautiful woman is always good and the other women, and to people in general. She rejects rivalry, intrigue and dirty tricks. — Sharon Stone
Rivalry Sayings By Patti Davis: I had this odd sibling rivalry with America. I had this odd sibling rivalry with America. — Patti Davis
Rivalry Sayings By Sara Genn: In modern times we are often encouraged to protect our ego-force and individuality by securing In modern times we are often encouraged to protect our ego-force and individuality by securing a private world in which to develop our unique artistic voice. Many artists find themselves solo-paddling along a private and unchallenging river ... Could rivalry be a productive system? — Sara Genn
Rivalry Sayings By Michael Hudson: The world's politics are in turmoil, not to mention the Mideast, where the US has The world's politics are in turmoil, not to mention the Mideast, where the US has mounted attacks from Libya to Iraq to Syria, and ISIS is attacking governments in today's pipeline rivalry. — Michael Hudson
Rivalry Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: Despite the sisters' pretend rivalry and occasional squabbles, they were each other's staunchest ally and Despite the sisters' pretend rivalry and occasional squabbles, they were each other's staunchest ally and closest friend. Few people in Lillian's life had ever loved her except Daisy, who adored the ugliest stray dogs, the most annoying children, and things that needed to be repaired or thrown out altogether.
And yet for all their closeness, they were quite different. Daisy was an idealist, a dreamer, a mercurial creature who alternated between childlike whimsy and shrewd intelligence. Lillian knew herself to be a sharp-tongued girl with a fortress of defenses between herself and the rest of the world- a girl with well-maintained cynicism and a biting sense of humor. — Lisa Kleypas
Rivalry Sayings By Angela Thirkell: Later in the week Mr Knox's Annie bicycled over to see Stoker and ask her Later in the week Mr Knox's Annie bicycled over to see Stoker and ask her to waive the lien which she had on her sister's services, as they would be required for the weekend.
'She's having dinner at half-past eight on Saturday,' said Annie, when seated with her sister and Stoker in the warm kitchen... Stoker was only too delighted to get a spy into the enemy's camp, and the kitchen had a long, delightful conversation about 'Madam', as Annie called Miss Grey, with a very poor imitation of her accent. — Angela Thirkell
Rivalry Sayings By Oliver Sacks: Darwin speculated that "music tones and rhythms were used by our half-human ancestors, during the Darwin speculated that "music tones and rhythms were used by our half-human ancestors, during the season of courtship, when animals of all kinds are excited not only by love, but by strong passions of jealousy, rivalry, and triumph" and that speech arose, secondarily, from this primal music. — Oliver Sacks
Rivalry Sayings By Will Durant: One proof of the excellence of this amiable woman's character is that all who loved One proof of the excellence of this amiable woman's character is that all who loved her loved each other, even jealousy and rivalry submitting to the more powerful sentiment with which she inspired them; and I never saw any of those who surrounded her entertain the least ill will among themselves. Let the reader pause a moment in this encomium, and if he can recollect any other woman who deserves it, let him attach himself to her if he would obtain happiness. — Will Durant
Rivalry Sayings By Susan Forward: Many toxic parents compare one sibling unfavorably with another to make the target child feel Many toxic parents compare one sibling unfavorably with another to make the target child feel that he's not doing enough to gain parental affection. This motivates the child to do whatever the parents want in order to regain their favor. This divide-and-conquer technique is often unleashed against children who become a little too independent, threatening the balance of the family system. — Susan Forward
Rivalry Sayings By Alan Bradley: Now, glancing over ... as she knelt with her eyes closed, her fingertips touching and Now, glancing over ... as she knelt with her eyes closed, her fingertips touching and pointed to Heaven, and her lips shaping soft words of devotion, I had to pinch myself to keep in mind that I was sitting next to the Devil's Hairball. — Alan Bradley
Rivalry Sayings By Honore De Balzac: there is something still more appalling than the ingratitude of daughters who have cast off there is something still more appalling than the ingratitude of daughters who have cast off their old father and wish that he were dead, and that is a rivalry between two sisters. — Honore De Balzac
Rivalry Sayings By Martin Rees: To most people in the U.K., indeed throughout Western Europe, space exploration is primarily perceived To most people in the U.K., indeed throughout Western Europe, space exploration is primarily perceived as 'what NASA does'. This perception is - in many respects - a valid one. Superpower rivalry during the Cold War ramped up U.S. and Soviet space efforts to a scale that Western Europe had no motive to match. — Martin Rees
Rivalry Sayings By Indira Gandhi: To be liberated, woman must feel free to be herself, not in rivalry to man To be liberated, woman must feel free to be herself, not in rivalry to man but in the context of her own capacity and her personality. — Indira Gandhi
Rivalry Sayings By David Hyde Pierce: I don't remember any sibling rivalry growing up, because by the time I was really I don't remember any sibling rivalry growing up, because by the time I was really conscious, Tom was going away to college. My relationship with him, which is a very close one, really developed in more recent years. — David Hyde Pierce
Rivalry Sayings By Gretchen Wilson: Mothers and daughters have that rivalry thing. Mothers and daughters have that rivalry thing. — Gretchen Wilson
Rivalry Sayings By Mischa Barton: Paris Hilton isn't my rival. I met her one or two times and she's making Paris Hilton isn't my rival. I met her one or two times and she's making out there's this big rivalry between us and there so isn't. — Mischa Barton
Rivalry Sayings By John George Nicolay: Activity in politics also produces eager competition and sharp rivalry. Activity in politics also produces eager competition and sharp rivalry. — John George Nicolay
Rivalry Sayings By Jean Vanier: Community is the place where are revealed all the darkness and anger, jealousies and rivalry Community is the place where are revealed all the darkness and anger, jealousies and rivalry hidden in our hearts. Community is a place of pain, because it is a place of loss, a place of conflict, and a place of death. But it is also a place of resurrection. — Jean Vanier
Rivalry Sayings By Mackenzie Astin: There is a healthy fraternal rivalry, but nothing serious and we both have been looking There is a healthy fraternal rivalry, but nothing serious and we both have been looking for a project to do together. I guess he may direct me in a project some day. — Mackenzie Astin
Rivalry Sayings By Gretchen Rubin: Siblings Without Rivalry and How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Siblings Without Rivalry and How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk. — Gretchen Rubin
Rivalry Sayings By James Dyson: The media thinks that you have to make science sexy and concentrate on themes such The media thinks that you have to make science sexy and concentrate on themes such as rivalry and the human issues. — James Dyson
Rivalry Sayings By Ardyth Kennelly: Righteousness is a fuel that, when it has some pitch in it of ambitious rivalry Righteousness is a fuel that, when it has some pitch in it of ambitious rivalry and the damper's left open to envy's draught, makes a hot enough fire to cook somebody's goose in quite a hurry. — Ardyth Kennelly
Rivalry Sayings By Serena Williams: Hopefully, we can build a rivalry and we'll be able to do this a lot. Hopefully, we can build a rivalry and we'll be able to do this a lot. Make a legacy, then retire champions. — Serena Williams
Rivalry Sayings By Mike Tice: It's a shame anyone had to lose that. What a great rivalry. It's a shame anyone had to lose that. What a great rivalry. — Mike Tice
Rivalry Sayings By Mona Awad: Even with my skin and tits, though, it's still Mel who looks better. She's got Even with my skin and tits, though, it's still Mel who looks better. She's got psoriasis and a mustache she has to bleach and still. It's definitely Mel who has any hope in hell with any of the boys we like. — Mona Awad
Rivalry Sayings By Linda Sunshine: Every one of us possesses a gene predisposing us toward rivalry, competition, and fits of Every one of us possesses a gene predisposing us toward rivalry, competition, and fits of envy with any past, present, or future siblings. — Linda Sunshine
Rivalry Sayings By William Tecumseh Sherman: I will accept no commission that would tend to create a rivalry with Grant. I I will accept no commission that would tend to create a rivalry with Grant. I want him to hold what he has earned and got. I have all the rank I want. — William Tecumseh Sherman
Rivalry Sayings By Plutarch: Among real friends there is no rivalry or jealousy of one another, but they are Among real friends there is no rivalry or jealousy of one another, but they are satisfied and contented alike whether they are equal or one of them is superior. — Plutarch
Rivalry Sayings By Isabella L. Bird: Most assuredly that spirit of envious rivalry and depreciating criticism in which many English travellers Most assuredly that spirit of envious rivalry and depreciating criticism in which many English travellers have written, is greatly to be deprecated, no less than the tone of servile adulation which some writers have adopted; but our American neighbours must recollect that they provoked both the virulent spirit and the hostile caricature by the way in which some of their most popular writers of travels have led an ungenerous onslaught against our institutions and people, and the bitter tone in which their newspaper press, headed by the Tribune, indulges towards — Isabella L. Bird
Rivalry Sayings By Jennifer Probst: Alexa realized she'd always confessed everything to Maggie except for one event. The first time Alexa realized she'd always confessed everything to Maggie except for one event. The first time Nick kissed her. She'd known she loved him back then. Friendship turned to rivalry and then to a girlish crush. That first kiss twisted emotions so pure within her she believed it was love. Her heart beat for him, full of joy at the possibility of them being together, so she uttered the words, her voice echoing through the trees.
I love you. — Jennifer Probst
Rivalry Sayings By Novak Djokovic: Not everybody can like what I do, and if you feel that somebody is coming Not everybody can like what I do, and if you feel that somebody is coming up closer to you and starting the rivalry and everything, you maybe change your position to him. — Novak Djokovic
Rivalry Sayings By Mandy Nachampassack-Maloney: Her face may have been the most beautiful female face I have ever seen. Yet, Her face may have been the most beautiful female face I have ever seen. Yet, it was a beauty that was intimidating and overwhelming. It was an exquisiteness that made you want to turn and run, instead of approach. — Mandy Nachampassack-Maloney
Rivalry Sayings By Xenophon: All bickering would then cease, and no man would be jealous of his comrade's arms All bickering would then cease, and no man would be jealous of his comrade's arms or his passion for glory. As the critical hour approached, everyone would cast away all thoughts of rivalry, and they would see their comrades for what they really were - their closest allies in the struggle for the common good. One — Xenophon
Rivalry Sayings By Anonymous: 3Do nothing from rivalry or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. 3Do nothing from rivalry or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. 4Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others. — Anonymous
Rivalry Sayings By Earl Campbell: Pittsburgh was a great team. Coach Noll, Joe Greene, Jack Lambert, L.C. Greenwood and all Pittsburgh was a great team. Coach Noll, Joe Greene, Jack Lambert, L.C. Greenwood and all those guys did a great job. That's the team that kept us from winning two Super Bowls. It was a great rivalry. — Earl Campbell
Rivalry Sayings By Blaise Pascal: The brutes do not admire each other. A horse does not admire his companion. Not The brutes do not admire each other. A horse does not admire his companion. Not that there is no rivalry between them in a race, but that is of no consequence; for, when in the stable, the heaviest and most ill-formed does not give up his oats to another as men would have others do to them. Their virtue is satisfied with itself. — Blaise Pascal
Rivalry Sayings By Adrian Goldsworthy: Personal hatreds and rivalry loomed larger in most senator's minds than the good of the Personal hatreds and rivalry loomed larger in most senator's minds than the good of the Republic. [A big problem then and now] — Adrian Goldsworthy
Rivalry Sayings By Kim Yuna: I have been compared to Mao since we were both junior skaters. We've felt the I have been compared to Mao since we were both junior skaters. We've felt the rivalry since then, so we wanted to avoid each other. However, she has been my motivation. — Kim Yuna
Rivalry Sayings By Gregory Koukl: The belief that objective good and evil do not exist (relativism) is in conflict (rivalry) The belief that objective good and evil do not exist (relativism) is in conflict (rivalry) with a rejection of God based on the existence of objective evil. — Gregory Koukl
Rivalry Sayings By Jerry Smith: To play with ten players for over half of the match is never going to To play with ten players for over half of the match is never going to be easy against anybody, particularly on their home field. But I thought the team adjusted fairly well and at times we looked really good with only ten players. Still, it's a win, and it's a win for the Rivalry Series and I'm happy about that. — Jerry Smith
Rivalry Sayings By George Eliot: He had the superficial kindness of a good-humored, self-satisfied nature, that fears no rivalry, and He had the superficial kindness of a good-humored, self-satisfied nature, that fears no rivalry, and has encountered no contrarieties. — George Eliot
Rivalry Sayings By James Parton: Women do not disapprove their rivals; they hate them. Women do not disapprove their rivals; they hate them. — James Parton
Rivalry Sayings By Todd Martin: It was a rivalry-revenge game for us. They beat us very badly on our field It was a rivalry-revenge game for us. They beat us very badly on our field last year. — Todd Martin
Rivalry Sayings By Chester Crocker: I think we have no apologies to make. We were in a state of global I think we have no apologies to make. We were in a state of global rivalry with a global adversary. — Chester Crocker
Rivalry Sayings By Marisha Pessl: I'd have to, if on Sunday I wanted to runoff with some "slack-jawed Suzy," some I'd have to, if on Sunday I wanted to run
off with some "slack-jawed Suzy," some "invertebrate," a "post-pubescent
wasteoid who imagines the Khmer Rouge to be makeup and Guerrilla Warfare
to be that rivalry which occurs between apes. — Marisha Pessl