My Favorite Quotes
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 Steve Cram - “It all felt very new and exciting, ... The Olympics had been hit by a series of boycotts - in 1976, 1980 and the upcoming Games in Los Angeles - whereas the Worlds at last featured all the best athletes from both the Eastern Bloc countries and the West.”
 Michael Ancram - “This confirms what we have long suspected that the government is involved in putting together a deal to sell out British sovereignty and try and bounce the people of Gibraltar into accepting such a deal.”
 Steve Cram - “Maybe she is trying to keep people guessing, but close to the championships you should have a pretty strong idea about what you're doing - indecision doesn't help.”
 Ralph A. Cram - “Towards the end of the eighteenth century the industrial-financial revolution began.”
 Ralph A. Cram - “Republicanism rapidly extended itself to all the governments of western Europe, but it could not maintain itself in its primal integrity.”
 Donald Cram - “We usually don't have applications in mind. They come later.”
 Donald Cram - “This is largely the methodology I've used throughout my career - that is, starting with a question as to what might be the properties of a set of compounds that could be invented which were unusual and unpredictable. Many times I've felt a bit like Columbus setting sail.”
 Jenn Cram - “It's remarkable that the town has the vision and supports this. Other towns have arts programs, but the money is usually administered by non-profits.”
 Donald Cram - “An investigator starts research in a new field with faith, a foggy idea, and a few wild experiments. Eventually the interplay of negative and positive results guides the work. By the time the research is completed, he or she knows how it should have been started and conducted.”
 Steve Cram - “I think it's wonderful. It's developing into one of the very best events in the UK. You should be proud of it.”
 Donald Cram - “One can't, just by writing out line formulas on a two-dimensional sheet of paper, get a feeling for the three-dimensional character of a compound.”
 Michael Ancram - “This is a very important moment in Gibraltar's history -- 300 years of being British, which is rather longer than it was ever Spanish.”
 Steve Cram - “What people don't remember is that those first Worlds were the first true world event for 10 years,”
 Jenn Cram - “We are in infancy now. The next five years will see lots of growth in terms of restoration and programming.”
 Ralph A. Cram - “True as this is, it is also true that for one who won through there were many who gained nothing, and it was, and is, the sheer weight of numbers of those who failed of this that has made their influence on the modern life as pervasive and controlling as it is.”
 Michael Ancram - “It has been three years since the government published details of the options regarding the regulation of private military companies, yet ministers have failed to find a solution.”
 Steve Cram - “I think she has a much better chance of gold in the marathon and she should be doing everything to make sure she achieves that objective,”
 Steve Cram - “Paula Radcliffe needs to be gutsy to win the London Marathon.”
 Peter Cram - “In theory, you want to put the defibrillators in places like senior centers where there are more cardiac arrests. Instead, we saw more defibrillators in schools. This practice may not be maximizing the numbers of lives that could be saved.”
 Ralph A. Cram - “With the opening of the second decade of the twentieth century it seemed that the stage was set for the last act in an unquestioned evolutionary drama.”
 Steve Cram - “The situation with British middle-distance runners would be less worrying if it were not being reflected at the next level down... Unfortunately someone seems to have pulled out the plug because the depth is now very worrying.”
 Ralph A. Cram - “The Great War was a progressive revelation and disillusionment.”
 Steve Cram - “I would say the decision to run both events would mean she has to make compromises,”
 Peter Cram - “Where defibrillators should be placed, especially in a time of limited financial resources, involves an important debate.”
 Michael Ancram - “We will lose control of our home affairs. We will lose control, I believe, eventually of our foreign policy and our defense policy. I find these totally unacceptable.”

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