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 Steve Kimbro - “We haven't made a big deal out of the winning streak. We just keep pushing goals out in front of the kids. Right now, 30 wins sounds pretty good.”
 Ali Fabbro - “We need her in good health.”
 Ali Fabbro - “I think (the injury) bothered us. I think it made us more feisty.”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “Storylines are how characters create the plots involved in their stories.”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “Isn't that an odd philosophy for a vampire”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “If they aren't real enough to surprise me, then they aren't real enough to go on the page.”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “I'm not a good collaborator in general.”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “I outline fairly extensively because I'm usually dealing with real events. I don't need to give myself as much information as I used to, but I still like to have two pages of outline for every projected 100 pages of manuscript.”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “I think it is probably more important to attend specialized conventions for a journeyman writer than any other, but it's useful at all stages of a career, if for nothing else, to find out how the industry is working at any given time.”
 Steve Kimbro - “My six seniors have probably spent more time in the weight room and I think that has helped. The three senior starters have very good leadership. Getting back to the sectional finals is not something we have focused on. We are just taking one game at a time. The fact we are on a winning streak does not add any pressure.”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “Very few editors worry about heresy - their goals are much too commercial, thank goodness.”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “Providing a writer isn't put off by conventions - and some are - attending them can be a nice break from the necessary isolation of writing.”
 Steve Kimbro - “This has been one of those years where we don't have any superstars. We have had good teamwork all year.”
 Ali Fabbro - “That's why Leah won the State Farm Good Neighbor Award. She's a great person, a great kid and a great leader. She didn't want to leave the team so she waited until halftime and said her goodbyes. It was tough (losing her).”
 Susan Bro - “Because these liver problems are significant and somewhat idiosyncratic or unpredictable, the FDA is evaluating the use of this medicine in both the US and abroad where it is used and marketed to determine whether additional warning guidance is merited.”
 Susan Bro - “Because these liver problems are significant and somewhat idiosyncratic or unpredictable, the FDA is evaluating the use of this medicine in both the U.S. and abroad where it is used and marketed to determine whether additional warning guidance is merited.”
 Ali Fabbro - “Alex is the MVP of the team. We pulled Alex back (to defense) because obviously she's the quickest player we have out there.”
 Susan Bro - “We are examining the ruling and have not made a decision yet as to what are next steps will be.”
 Dominic Calabro - “We need to remember that Florida has 22.5 billion in long-term debt ... True fiscal conservatives believe in paying down the state debt.”
 Robert Mabro - “The hurricane created a crisis, but the roots of the problem are much deeper than that.”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “I ride horseback - arthritic knees permitting - or listen to opera. Sometimes I cook. I used to do needlework, but it's hard on my hands now, so I only do it occasionally, but I like it. And, of course, I read.”
 Dominic Calabro - “It is a whole lot bigger and harder to control, and we need to control the growth of government and spending.”
 Susan Bro - “In response to inquiries, including from Congress, we are clarifying our position on the science.”
 Susan Bro - “We are continuing to work with the company to see that all of the issues that have been previously identified are being addressed. It's premature to draw any conclusions from this step in the process. The re-inspection process is still under way and final conclusions have not been determined.”
 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - “Common folk didn't have last names in the 8th and 9th centuries.”

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