The Final Curtain Famous Quotes & Sayings

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26 The Final Curtain Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

The Final Curtain Sayings By Swami Dhyan Giten: There is a very simple relationship between increased socioeconomic rifts in the society and increased There is a very simple relationship between increased socioeconomic rifts in the society and increased violence, criminality, war, increased lack of trust between people, health problems and social exclusion - but it seems to be very difficult for people to understand this simple relationship. — Swami Dhyan Giten
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The Final Curtain Sayings By Ralph Lauren: We all get report cards in many different ways, but the real excitement of what We all get report cards in many different ways, but the real excitement of what you're doing is in the doing of it. It's not what you're gonna get in the end - it's not the final curtain - it's really in the doing it, and loving what you're doing. — Ralph Lauren
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The Final Curtain Sayings By Rene Daumal: Art is here taken to mean knowledge realized in action. Art is here taken to mean knowledge realized in action. — Rene Daumal
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The Final Curtain Sayings By Uday Kiran: I am not a fitness freak, but I do my regular exercises. I am not a fitness freak, but I do my regular exercises. — Uday Kiran
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The Final Curtain Sayings By Marc Eliot: The last thing DeMille added to his $13 million film before he delivered the final The last thing DeMille added to his $13 million film before he delivered the final negative to Paramount was his introduction that ran before the opening credits, filmed with him standing behind a microphone in front of a blue-and-white curtain (the colors of the Israeli flag). His intention was to emphasize the "importance" of what the audience was about to see and how authentic the film really was, and to make the spiritual connection to the Holocaust. DeMille says, in part: "The theme of this picture is whether man ought to be ruled by God's law, or whether they are to be ruled by the whims of a dictator like Rameses. Are men the property of the state or are they free souls under God? This same battle continues throughout the world today. Our intention was not to create a story, but to be worthy of the divinely inspired story, created three thousand years ago . . ." The introduction was almost always cut after the film's initial run. That — Marc Eliot
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The Final Curtain Sayings By Richard J. Foster: The message from all quarters is the same: our undisciplined consumption must end. If we The message from all quarters is the same: our undisciplined consumption must end. If we continue to gobble up our resources without any regard to stewardship and to spew out our deadly wastes over land, sea, and air, we may well be drawing down the final curtain upon ourselves. — Richard J. Foster
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The Final Curtain Sayings By Terry Pratchett: And on this dirty night there were appropriately dirty deeds that not even the rain And on this dirty night there were appropriately dirty deeds that not even the rain could wash away. — Terry Pratchett
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The Final Curtain Sayings By George Jones: Me and the bottle have always been friends, we've had a few old nasty fights Me and the bottle have always been friends, we've had a few old nasty fights but the bottle would always win, so when I go to answer that final curtain call, I can hear these words being whispered by all ... Ol' George stopped drinking today. — George Jones
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The Final Curtain Sayings By Virna DePaul: PLAINVILLE WAS A QUAINT picturesque town. Northern California's version of Andy Griffith's Mayberry. Bucolic enough PLAINVILLE WAS A QUAINT picturesque town. Northern California's version of Andy Griffith's Mayberry. Bucolic enough to provide cinematic contrast for any low-budget stalk-and-slash film. Juxtaposition played just as important a role in still photography as it did in cinematography. Maybe that's why Natalie Jones had picked Plainville for her final descent into darkness. The climactic scene in a comedic tragedy. Cast of one. Audience of one. Curtain closed. — Virna DePaul
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The Final Curtain Sayings By Jacques Revaux: And now, the end is near,And so I face the final curtain.My friend, I'll say And now, the end is near,
And so I face the final curtain.
My friend, I'll say it clear,
I'll state my case, of which I'm certain.
I've lived a life that's full.
I've traveled each and every highway;
And more, much more than this,
I did it my way. — Jacques Revaux
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The Final Curtain Sayings By David Limbaugh: It is not the conservative psyche that needs analysis. Conservatives were right in the Cold It is not the conservative psyche that needs analysis. Conservatives were right in the Cold War
so right that liberals are pretending they were with us all along
and they are right about Iraq. It is Leftists who need to account for their consistently disgraceful positions throughout the Cold War and into the War on Terror. — David Limbaugh
The Final Curtain Sayings By C. P. Klapper: Romantic haste in drama bringstears and sighs when the hero diesbut the curtain fall is Romantic haste in drama brings
tears and sighs when the hero dies
but the curtain fall is final
when in life we take the tragic way
The sunset too is a glorious thing
but with it ends the day. — C. P. Klapper
The Final Curtain Sayings By Walt Disney Company: Life is like a hurricane here in DuckburgRace cars, lasers, aeroplanes, it's a duck-blur!Might solve Life is like a hurricane here in Duckburg
Race cars, lasers, aeroplanes, it's a duck-blur!
Might solve a mystery
Or rewrite history!

DuckTales! Woo-oo!
Everyday they're out there making
DuckTales! Woo-oo!
Tales of derring do-bad and good
Luck Tales! Woo-oo!

When it seems they're heading for final curtain,
Good deduction never fails, that's for certain!
The worst of messes
Become successes!

D-d-d-danger! Watch behind you!
There's a stranger out to find you
What to do, just grab on to some
DuckTales!

DuckTales! Woo-oo!

D-d-d-danger! Watch behind you!
There's a stranger out to find
What to do, just grab on to some
DuckTales! Woo-oo! — Walt Disney Company
The Final Curtain Sayings By Sri Chinmoy: Before the final curtain goes down On my life, I shall say to my Mother-Earth, Before the final curtain goes down On my life, I shall say to my Mother-Earth, "My gratitude-heart is all for you, All for you." — Sri Chinmoy
The Final Curtain Sayings By Pink Floyd: Arnold Layne, Don't do it again! Arnold Layne,
Don't do it again! — Pink Floyd
The Final Curtain Sayings By Kamil Ali: CURTAIN CALLThe world is our stage and the final act can highlight or ruin a CURTAIN CALL
The world is our stage and the final act can highlight or ruin a beautiful play — Kamil Ali
The Final Curtain Sayings By Tony La Russa: It's like most anything. If you want to be a loser, there's always a way It's like most anything. If you want to be a loser, there's always a way to dwell on the negative. If you want to win, there's always a way to think positively. — Tony La Russa
The Final Curtain Sayings By Virginia Woolf: Love had meant nothing to him but sawdust and cinders. Love had meant nothing to him but sawdust and cinders. — Virginia Woolf
The Final Curtain Sayings By Henry A. Kissinger: Some of the critics viewed Vietnam as a morality play in which the wicked must Some of the critics viewed Vietnam as a morality play in which the wicked must be punished before the final curtain and where any attempt to salvage self-respect from the outcome compounded the wrong. I viewed it as a genuine tragedy. No one had a monopoly on anguish. — Henry A. Kissinger
The Final Curtain Sayings By Ben Goldacre: There is essentially no difference between the vitamin industry and the pharmaceutical and biotech industries There is essentially no difference between the vitamin industry and the pharmaceutical and biotech industries (that — Ben Goldacre
The Final Curtain Sayings By Ian Doescher: The final curtain of life's play is dropp'd. The final curtain of life's play is dropp'd. — Ian Doescher
The Final Curtain Sayings By Rudolf Bing: There are two sighs of relief every night in the life of an opera manager. There are two sighs of relief every night in the life of an opera manager. The first comes when the curtain goes up The second sigh of relief comes when the final curtain goes down without any disaster, and one realizes, gratefully, that the miracle has happened again. — Rudolf Bing
The Final Curtain Sayings By Codi Gary: You're incorrigible," she said. Gathering up his socks and shoes. he crawled into the driver's You're incorrigible," she said. Gathering up his socks and shoes. he crawled into the driver's seat and said, "No, I'm recidivous." Katie blinked at him. "What does that mean?" Giving her a smacking kiss, he said, "Incorrigible."

-Katie & Chase — Codi Gary
The Final Curtain Sayings By J.M. Colail: Did I use enough lube last night?"I turned my head to the side and closed Did I use enough lube last night?"
I turned my head to the side and closed my eyes with blushing
cheeks. "Don't ... don't call it that."
"What? Lube?" he asked. I nodded and covered my mouth with my
hand. He chuckled and smirked. "All right, did I use enough stuff last
night?"
"Mm-hmm. — J.M. Colail
The Final Curtain Sayings By Claire North: But I have seen many men for whom death truly is the end walk towards But I have seen many men for whom death truly is the end walk towards their demise for reasons no greater than that it was what they were told to do. On the beaches of Normandy, where the bodies floated in the water beside the falling ramps of the landing craft, I saw men run into machine-gun fire who would say, "Hell, I never thought it would come to this, but now I'm here, what's a guy to do?" With no going back, and no going forward, they went to their deaths with no better plan immediately to hand, having gambled that their choices would not narrow so far, and having been found to be wrong. — Claire North
The Final Curtain Sayings By Mark Almond: People Power is too often an inverted fairy story - the triumph of innocence coming People Power is too often an inverted fairy story - the triumph of innocence coming at the start and the Ugly Sisters of intrigue and ambition coming on stage in triumph for the final curtain. — Mark Almond