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|Ford, Henry I do not believe a man can ever leave his business. He ought to think |
of it by day and dream of it by night. - Ford, Henry It doesn't matter to me if a man
is from Harvard or Sing Sing. We hire the man, not his history. - Ford, Henry ...
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. We hire the man, not his history. - Ford, Henry Coming together is a beginning,
staying together is progress, and working together is success. - Ford, Henry It ...
|—Arthur Blank It doesn't matter to me if a man is from Harvard or Sing Sing. We |
hire the man, not his history. —Henry Ford Diversity: the art of thinking
independently together. —Malcolm S. Forbes The ability to deal with people is as
|Facts on File, Inc. Staff. It doesn't matter to me if a man is from Harvard or Sing |
Sing. We hire the man, not his history. —Henry Ford, American industrialist and
founder of Ford Motor Company ...
|What was the effect of the apology? It doesn't matter to me if a man is from |
Harvard or Sing Sing. We hire the man, not his history. Never underestimate —
Henry Ford, American industrialist and the power of founder of Ford Motor
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|But even his talc of the wedding would be held a lame one if he could not so |
much as see the bride. ... "Surely she must see me! ... kicking in a Harvard-Yale
game, but in a contest between Pittsburg and New York half a dozen men may be
benched. sent ... Avaricious and economical though he be, a hero of the
horsehide pellet doesn't stop to think of a $50 fine when the ... In this combination
of business and sport, the like of which history does not record. unless we include
|Simon Kent is the intelligent, basically honest, quixotic boy whom Mr. Train sends |
out of the Harvard L«w School and the ... easily solved by an author who doesn't
work into human problems very deeply, this Kent Is a figure to excite sympathy. ...
The specific problem which Mr. Train poses is the practice (growing, if we are to
believe the testimony of United States ... rights and equality, so she debates the
point of whether she win tell him about the child or not if he asks her to marry him.
Cleveland Amory, Earl Blackwell - 1963 - Snippet view - More editions
|All we get are homey little middle-class comedies in which everybody talks as if |
they'd had four years of college and read the last ... Born May 1919 in Texas, she
married a traveling Army man, Lieutenant Colonel Marshall Cruse, and
discovered in their ... Although he acquired his first hotel in 1933, it was not until
1941, when he took over Proper Boston's august Copley ... Born on Valentine's
Day in Dale, Ind. (pressed for the year, she smiles, "Oh, well, it doesn't matter —
1934"), she is ...