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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|Robert Andrews. 3 The award of a pure gold medal for poetry would flatter the |
recipient unduly: no poem ever attains such carat purity. ... 8 (1880). 8 To refuse
awards ... is another way of accepting them with more noise than is normal.
Michael Powell - 2010 - 512 pages
|suCCess anD faiLure There's nothing the British like better than a bloke who |
comes from nowhere, makes it, and then ... Alan Partridge (a.k.a. Steve Coogan)
To refuse awards is another way of accepting them with more noise than is
|She was the most even tempered person I ever knew. ... Father and son are |
natural enemies, and it is in the interests of both of them to keep it that way. ... To
refuse awards is another way of accepting them with more noise than is normal.
|Irreverently Tracking the Economic Recovery/decline in Zimbabwe (and Dabbling |
in the Region) : 2002-2005 Sandawana. "To refuse awards is another way of
accepting them with more noise than is normal" - Mark Twain, American author "lt
|Says Peter O'Toole: "I admire George C. Scott enormously, but for him to refuse |
awards, and for Marlon Brando to refuse awards, is another way of accepting
them with more noise than is normal. " Clint Eastwood as the mysterious stranger
|Ustinov, Peter To refuse awards is another way of accepting them with more |
noise than is normal. - Ustinov, Peter There is no question but that if Jesus Christ,
or a great prophet from another religion, were to come back today, he would find
|Suddenly, much of the official and corporate world seems to have decided |
something should be done about corruption. ... Their influence has been a driving
force behind many of the reform efforts under way around the world. ...
Regrettably, no, for while the rules bring order and sound principles to the
process, determined corrupters can still find ways around them ... awards to
violators, prohibiting their participation in future bidding for contracts financed by
the banks, refusing to pay ...
Louise Kuo Habakus, Mary Holland - 2011 - 356 pages
|In 1983, the vaccination schedule from birth to eighteen years of age included |
twenty-four doses of seven different ... These parents have decided to take
personal responsibility for the health of their children, refusing to accept that
health must ... their way out or, in many cases, nearly eliminated prior to the
widespread use of the vaccines designed to prevent them. ... Society must gauge
the well-being of children by more than high vaccination rates and low infection
rates caused by a ...
- 182 pages
|One somehow expects Ivy League presidents to look and sound like )ohn |
Kenneth Gal- braith — tall, patrician, resonant, ... he said, who needed to learn
about Charleston, and to forge "deep, effective, working partnerships," as much
as the other way around. ... "That's not to say that it would necessarily be
attractive or more attractive than the other options for any given ... "If we were
putting together a business of our own and we had to choose seven people,"
says one of them, Nano ...
- 100 pages
|ed me to say, 'We regret the tragic and unfortunate incident of said Island |
president Don Gault, who refused to answer ... That left Bernie and Robbie alone
together for the weekend, just the two of them — the way it had been for the nine
years since ... on the use of seat belts and life vests, instructions that Faller says
were barely audible over the noise of the engine. .... Even more shocking
information came from a second source, another Island pilot named John T.
Wilson Jr. Nobody ...