Robert Winthrop Famous Quotes & Sayings

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26 Robert Winthrop Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Robert Winthrop Sayings By Charles De Lint: I never even considered writing a career option. I just liked the play of words. I never even considered writing a career option. I just liked the play of words. I was certainly interested in story, but the stories I was telling then were in narrative verse and prose poems, short and succinct, except for one novel-length poem written in narrative couplets. — Charles De Lint
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Robert Winthrop Sayings By Rabindranath Tagore: Asks the Possible of the Impossible, "Where is your dwelling-place?" "In the dreams of the Asks the Possible of the Impossible, "Where is your dwelling-place?" "In the dreams of the Impotent," comes the answer. — Rabindranath Tagore
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Robert Winthrop Sayings By Lara Biyuts: Sober Minds give the world a chance. True Love brings you Hope. Blind Faith moves Sober Minds give the world a chance. True Love brings you Hope. Blind Faith moves mountains. And the main savior from despair is Laughter. — Lara Biyuts
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Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Charles Winthrop: The noblest contribution which any man can make for the benefit of posterity, is that The noblest contribution which any man can make for the benefit of posterity, is that of character. The richest bequest which any man can leave to the youth of his native land, is that of a shining, spotless example. — Robert Charles Winthrop
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Robert Winthrop Sayings By Michelle Forbes: I'd like to think I'm an actor who leaves things at work. I'd like to think I'm an actor who leaves things at work. — Michelle Forbes
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Robert Winthrop Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: She had to tell somebody, and Matthew would do. He would not be particularly interested, She had to tell somebody, and Matthew would do. He would not be particularly interested, she knew, but she would tell him anyway. She had to share her joy, as Lou knew that joy unshared was a halved emotion, just as sadness and loss, when borne alone, were often doubled. — Alexander McCall Smith
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Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Charles Winthrop: Men, in a word, must necessarily be controlled, either by a power within them, or Men, in a word, must necessarily be controlled, either by a power within them, or by a power without them; either by the word of God, or by the strong arm of man; either by the Bible, or by the bayonet. — Robert Charles Winthrop
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Charles Winthrop: A star for every State, and a State for every star. A star for every State, and a State for every star. — Robert Charles Winthrop
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Charles Winthrop: The poor must be wisely visited and liberally cared for, so that mendicity shall not The poor must be wisely visited and liberally cared for, so that mendicity shall not be tempted into mendacity, nor want exasperated into crime. — Robert Charles Winthrop
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Richard Adams: Why do the men come, do you suppose?" "Who knows why men do anything? Why do the men come, do you suppose?" "Who knows why men do anything? — Richard Adams
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Bryant McGill: Love can take you from any depth and place you on the highest mountain. Love can take you from any depth and place you on the highest mountain. — Bryant McGill
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Charles Winthrop: Our country - whether bounded by the St. John's and the Sabine, or however otherwise Our country - whether bounded by the St. John's and the Sabine, or however otherwise bounded or described, and be the measurements more or less; - still our country, to be cherished in all our hearts, and to be defended by all our hands. — Robert Charles Winthrop
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Charles Winthrop: Without Virginia, as we must all acknowledgewithout her Patrick Henry among the people, her Lees Without Virginia, as we must all acknowledge
without her Patrick Henry among the people, her Lees and Jefferson in the forum, and her Washington in the field
I will not say that the cause of American liberty and American independence must have been ultimately defeated
no, no, there was no ultimate defeat for that cause in the decrees of the Most High; but it must have been delayed, postponed, perplexed, and to many eyes and hearts rendered seemingly hopeless. — Robert Charles Winthrop
Robert Winthrop Sayings By John Ralston Saul: Canada is either an idea or it does not exist. It is either an intellectual Canada is either an idea or it does not exist. It is either an intellectual undertaking or it is little more than a resource-rich vacuum lying in the buffer zone just north of a great empire. — John Ralston Saul
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Christian Bale: There are occasions when I've pretended to be in a firefight, and then there are There are occasions when I've pretended to be in a firefight, and then there are people who have really been in a firefight. Clearly it's absolutely ridiculous, and even disrespectful, to suggest that I understand what that is. — Christian Bale
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Charles Winthrop: In what region of the earth ever so remote from us, in what corner of In what region of the earth ever so remote from us, in what corner of creation ever so far out of the range of our communication, does not some burden lightened, some bond loosened, some yoke lifted, some labor better remunerated, some new hope for despairing hearts, some new light or new liberty for the benighted or the oppressed, bear witness this day, and trace itself, directly or indirectly, back to the impulse given to the world by the successful establishment and operation of free institutions on this American continent? — Robert Charles Winthrop
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Mason Cooley: Explanations comfort us by giving the impression that there is an order in things. Explanations comfort us by giving the impression that there is an order in things. — Mason Cooley
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Charles Winthrop: Slavery is but half abolished, emancipation is but half completed, while millions of freeman with Slavery is but half abolished, emancipation is but half completed, while millions of freeman with votes in their hands are left without education. — Robert Charles Winthrop
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Roderick Nash: Take away wilderness and you take away the opportunity to be American. Take away wilderness and you take away the opportunity to be American. — Roderick Nash
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Emery Lee: Son of a beast tried to bite me when I turned my back to the Son of a beast tried to bite me when I turned my back to the billets!" ...
Nostrils flaring and ears pinned, the grey repeated the offense.
"He wants another go at it. Be a sport ol' man!" Robert chortled. The indignant Scotsman threw the reins in his face, tromping off to collect the major's horse.
"I wonder was it reward or punishment Winthrop had in mind in allowing you to keep that brute?" Drake innocently inquired.
"He only eats Scotsman," Robert quipped. — Emery Lee
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Charles Winthrop: There are no points of the compass on the chart of true patriotism. There are no points of the compass on the chart of true patriotism. — Robert Charles Winthrop
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Robert Winthrop White: Technology shapes society and society shapes technology. Technology shapes society and society shapes technology. — Robert Winthrop White
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Larry Winget: The constant need to make everyone else happy at the cost of your own happiness The constant need to make everyone else happy at the cost of your own happiness will destroy you. — Larry Winget
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Dorothy L. Sayers: his thoughts revolving silently in this squirrel-cage of mystification. his thoughts revolving silently in this squirrel-cage of mystification. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Jennifer Echols: I felt confident that she wouldn't find out what a chicken I was,because after the I felt confident that she wouldn't find out what a chicken I was,because after the comp,if I hadn't gone off the jump,I would be dead of shame.And if I had gone off the jump,I would be just plain dead. — Jennifer Echols
Robert Winthrop Sayings By Rita Mae Brown: Cats and dogs believe politicians are like cemetery caregivers; they are on top of everyone, Cats and dogs believe politicians are like cemetery caregivers; they are on top of everyone, but nobody listens. — Rita Mae Brown