My Favorite Quotes
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 Matthew Hoggard - “The World Cup is a massive event for world cricket and we need to start winning. We've shown hints of what we can do and over the next three games we've got to throw everything into it.”
 Paul Swangard - “You want to be using the off-season to generate momentum. And nothing has happened, from the stadium issue on down, to give much acceleration to that momentum. For every step forward, it seems like they've taken two steps backward.”
 Deanna Lassegard - “Some we just wanted to give so much more, and we couldn't.”
 Rebecca Norgard - “It was good to get out of that inning and score some runs later. I've told them that both wins we've had were huge team wins. Now we just need to get a conference win.”
 Matthew Hoggard - “It's always good to get a wicket in your first over,”
 Ted Haggard - “all of us have a responsibility to advance God's will through government.”
 Dave Maggard - “We will probably go with grass.”
 Paul Swangard - “Companies realize there's a growth possibility in the lifestyle category not necessarily for athletic use, but because it looks good.”
 Greg Gard - “It's not something we brush under the rug and hope people do well. We're on it constantly.”
 Paul Swangard - “The notion of what it represented is not a bad idea in 2006. This idea that someone is willing to pay for the Olympics when they want it, how they want it.”
 Paul Swangard - “With all due respect to the Indians, I'm not sure there's an insatiable appetite for Indians programming and nothing else.”
 Sheriff Haggard - “From information from the witnesses it is believed the individuals we have in custody were the only ones involved in the incident.”
 Ann Gard - “The information gets to us so much quicker.”
 Cynthia Rosengard - “If you find out what their intentions are, you may be able to prevent them from causing a pregnancy.”
 Paul Swangard - “When you're flipping the channels on a Sunday and see his team on offense with him in the backfield or in the slot, you're going to stop. That awareness and interest is what marketers will covet.”
 Paul Swangard - “What the NFL taught us . . . is that I can take an absolutely meaningless game between two teams that no one cares about, take them to Mexico, and turn it into an international marketing platform,”
 Paul Swangard - “What the NFL taught us . . . is that I can take an absolutely meaningless game between two teams that no one cares about, take them to Mexico, and turn it into an international marketing platform.”
 Susan Gard - “The old system was based on subjective factors and was fundamentally flawed. The question of whether the benefit levels now are adequate or not that's something that the governor and the Legislature need to answer.”
 H. Rider Haggard - “At length the heralds and forerunners of the royal sun had done their work, and, searching out the shadows, had caused them to flee away. Then up he came in glory from his ocean-bed, and flooded the earth with warmth and light.”
 H. Rider Haggard - “Who has not in his great grief felt a longing to look upon the outward features of the universal Mother to lie on the mountains and watch the clouds drive across the sky and hear the rollers break in thunder on the shore, to let his poor struggling life mingle for a while in her life to feel the slow beat of her eternal heart, and to forget his woes . . .”
 H. Rider Haggard - “Man's cleverness is almost indefinite, and stretches like an elastic band, but human nature is like an iron ring. You can go round and round it, you can polish it highly, you can even flatten it a little on one side, whereby you will make it bulge out the other, but you will NEVER, while the world endures and man is man, increase its total circumference.”
 H. Rider Haggard - “. . . the law of England is much more severe upon offences against property than against the person, as becomes a people whose ruling passion is money.”
 H. Rider Haggard - “Truly the universe is full of ghosts, not sheeted churchyard spectres, but the inextinguishable elements of individual life, which having once been, can never die, though they blend and change, and change again for ever.”
 H. Rider Haggard - “Men and women, empires and cities, thrones, principalities, and powers, mountains, rivers, and unfathomed seas, worlds, spaces, and universes, all have their day, and all must go.”
 H. Rider Haggard - “Civilization is only savagery silver-gilt.”

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