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 Jim Beattie - “To be honest, I haven't always been a Red Sox fan, ... The first game I went to was when I was a player with Yankees. My dad hated to drive in Boston, so we never came down to see any games. And back then, there was usually only one game a week on TV, and it was usually the Cardinals. I can't tell you I'm a Red Sox fan through and through, but certainly I'm a guy who has admired what's gone on with the Red Sox.”
 Malcolm Beattie - “All of us give to charities and regard them highly, so if they are tainted in any way, then it hurts... so the verdict will be good for them too.”
 James Beattie - “The gaffer brought me in to score goals and I have always said that is what I can do. One goal, or two or three could set it off and hopefully we can progress from there and not undo what we did last year.”
 Peter Beattie - “Giving evidence has been painful for them, the government has spent almost 6 million of taxpayers' money, we're not going to spend that again.”
 Peter Beattie - “A woman is dying and the state government wants to be as sensitive and caring as possible,”
 Bill Beattie - “The nice thing is that the rivalry has grown into a rivalry of respect. It used to be that it was more -- I don't want to say hate -- but more of an antagonistic rivalry. Now, you know, it's more respect than anything. And that's elevated it.”
 James Beattie - “All I can do is keep my head down and I will keep working hard and if I get the call it would be brilliant. I have put in a lot of hard work and I have had loads of support from the lads and from the fans as well.”
 Melody Beattie - “From labor health, from health contentment springs.”
 Peter Beattie - “Frankly, this package is what we needed. It gives people the heart to rebuild.”
 Peter Beattie - “One thing we are determined to do is not put the people of Bundaberg and the patients of Dr Patel through the hell that they've been through again,”
 Ann Beattie - “have been forced to close and have no idea when they may reopen.”
 Peter Beattie - “This is a very difficult case because it is very isolated, and that's why we have called for expressions of interest from both conforming and non-conforming interests,”
 Peter Beattie - “The existing laws do provide certain circumstances where shoot-to-kill applies and they have to apply in those circumstances,”
 Lynn Beattie - “We're here to throw down the gauntlet of a 250 million match to the Legislature.”
 James Beattie - “From labour health, from health contentment spring contentment opes the source of every joy.”
 Ann Beattie - “You have to figure out who the right person is to tell the story. And often, people who are very self-aware will only sound as if they are pontificating if they tell the story.”
 Ann Beattie - “There is some reason, obviously, that you are drawn to your material, but the way in which you explore it might come to be quite different from what you would expect.”
 Ann Beattie - “Quite often my narrator or protagonist may be a man, but I'm not sure he's the more interesting character, or if the more complex character isn't the woman.”
 Ann Beattie - “Much of what happens in Love Always is really from overheard conversations in the Russian Tea Room. It's an improvisation of the way certain Hollywood agents think and talk to each other.”
 Ann Beattie - “It's often been said that I'm an extremely depressing, cynical writer. I've never known what to make of that.”
 Ann Beattie - “It's interesting, though, that in daily life, I think of myself as being relatively unobservant.”
 Ann Beattie - “It's gratifying that it does I love to give readings.”
 Ann Beattie - “If the waitress shows up and doesn't have an exit line, that isn't true to life - I'm hard pressed to think of a waitress who just walks away.”
 Ann Beattie - “I've spent my life supporting myself.”
 Ann Beattie - “I think that I'm serious, but I don't think that I'm inordinately bleak.”

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