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|I really lack the words to compliment myself today. — Alberto Tomba ^^itstanding. |
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Exquisite. Astounding. Exceptional. Unequaled. Matchless. Unsurpassed.
|Olympians in their own words Richard Witt. Owens was nothing if not a realist, |
noting that 'the Indians did not dine with ... 'I really lack the words to compliment
myself today.' Swedish men's figure skater Per Thorén, reflecting immodestly on
|Rossdale, Gavin The greatest compliment that was ever paid me was when one |
asked what I thought, and attended to my answer. - Thoreau, Henry David I really
lack the words to compliment myself today. - Tomba, Alberto When you cannot ...
|Updated monthly, the quotes ranges from the familiar (Yogi Berra's "The game |
isn't over till it's over," and some of the obscure like Alberto Tomba's "l really lack
the words to compliment myself today." Kudos to Get Lost magazine for including
|Powerfully built, with curly black hair and more than his share of Italian charisma, |
Tomba had a childhood that didn't much ... will be more expansive than his oft-
quoted post-victory quip: “l do not have the words to compliment myself today.
|She celebrates Black men in Brown Skin and urges people to realize that "|
strength, courage and wisdom are inside of .... Because I grew up feeling really
down on myself and being ridiculed for the way I looked, the way my voice
sounds, ... But now that I love myself and I accept myself, it's like a situation where
those are the things that I love about myself." Today, India. ... Wonder returned
|The Key to Organizing Chaos Judith Gilmore Black ... The Word clearly states our |
works will be tried and our reward in heaven will be according to the worth of our
works here on earth. ... I give You myself today to be used to compliment other
Christians work, to reflect You as so desirable that many will want to sit at Your ...
|"I shall tilt tomorrow" answered Athelstane, "in the 'melee'; it is not worth while for |
me to arm myself today. ... It contained the Norman word "melee", (to express the
general conflict,) and it evinced some indifference to the ... Athelstane took the
observation as a serious compliment; but Cedric, who better understood the
Jester's meaning, ... He was mounted on a gallant black horse, and as he passed
through the lists he gracefully saluted the Prince and the ladies by lowering his
|It is not worthwhile to arm myself today.' Two things displeased Cedric in this. It |
both contained the Norman word melee, general conflict, and it showed
indifference to the honour of his country. ... Athelstane took this observation as a
serious compliment, but Cedric, better understanding the Jester's meaning,
darted him a severe and ... He was mounted on a gallant black horse and as he
passed through the lists he gracefully saluted the Prince and the ladies by
lowering his lance.
|For every intellectual misfit who thought they were the only ones to think the things that Lawson dares to say out loud, this is a poignant and hysterical look at the dark, disturbing, yet wonderful moments of our lives.|