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 Charles Montague - “A lie will easily get you out of a scrape, and yet, strangely and beautifully, rapture possesses you when you have taken the scrape and left out the lie.”
 Charles Montague - “To be amused at what you read - that is the great spring of quotation.”
 Gary Tague - “It's big time to run under the lights.”
 Gary Tague - “We had some good times I those relays.”
 James Montague - “For me to watch those young kids light up those are truly things that are just priceless.”
 Gary Tague - “We had a late spring break and tough weather. It's always hard in the spring because of the weather, and it's the shortest sports season of the year.”
 James Montague - “When the guidelines say 'moderate by local standards,' you know that's different from Billings, Montana, to New York City, so the companies do find room for interpretation. The menus haven't changed a great deal. It's just that wine and other alcoholic beverages aren't served, and the hors d'oeuvres are not as lavish. But these days that has as much to do with budgetary constraints as compliance issues.”
 James Montague - “For a series of meetings, if you can reduce the no-show factor by even 1 percent, that can make a significant difference. If you're running a series of 100 dinner meetings and you can get even one more doctor to each one of them, then you've touched 100 more physicians. That has a lot of impact. Even a minimal decrease in the no-show factor can pay volumes in dividends for years to come if, for example, those 100 doctors were to change their prescribing habits based on what they learned.”
 Jeff Montague - “I am looking to make the top four (in the 100) and I think we can place (in the top eight) in both relays.”
 Charles Montague - “Patriotism has served, at different times, as widely different ends as a razor, which ought to be used in keeping your face clean and yet may be used to cut your own throat or that of an innocent person.”
 Jeff Montague - “Swimming is my sport... my parents wanted to give me the best opportunity to excel.”
 Jeff Montague - “Before the season, I never thought I would finish this high. You have to draw the line somewhere about how good you think you are. You can't be in a dream world. You have to have a reality check and I did better than mine.”
 James Montague - “For a series of meetings, if you can reduce the no-show factor by even 1 percent, that can make a significant difference. If you're running a series of 100 dinner meetings and you can get even one more doctor to each one of them, then you've touched 100 more physicians. That has a lot of impact. Even a minimal decrease in the no-show factor can pay volumes in dividends for years to come if, for example, those 100 doctors were to change their prescribing habits based on what they learned.”
 James Montague - “For a series of meetings, if you can reduce the no-show factor by even 1 percent, that can make a significant difference. If you're running a series of 100 dinner meetings and you can get even one more doctor to each one of them, then you've touched 100 more physicians. That has a lot of impact. Even a minimal decrease in the no-show factor can pay volumes in dividends for years to come if, for example, those 100 doctors were to change their prescribing habits based on what they learned.”
 Charles Montague - “The number of medals on an officer's breast varies in inverse proportion to the square of the distance of his duties from the front line”
 James Montague - “We know that great content, great speakers, and a venue that's a draw for physicians are all important factors for dinner meetings. But very little is known about how physicians decide which dinner meetings to attend. We need more specific demographic data to help us figure out what it is the doctors want in a dinner meeting and how to give it to them in the most efficient manner.”
 James Montague - “As important as the venue and the menu are, they're secondary to the content.”
 Gary Tague - “There have always been patterns of ups and downs with classes. These juniors bring the team up.”
 Charles Montague - “There is no limit to what a man can do so long as he does not care a straw who gets the credit for it”
 Charles Montague - “I was born below par to th' extent of two whiskies.”
 James Montague - “A lot of pharmaceutical companies have hired compliance managers to make sure that all aspects of a meeting are compliant. In many cases, a company's internal guidelines are even more stringent than those of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, Food Drug Administration, and Office of Inspector General.”
 Gary Tague - “We have the experience and ability to come on late in the season. We have the ability to do well then.”
 Ashley Montague - “Science has proof without any certainty. Creationists have certainty without any proof.”
 Ashley Montague - “The Good Book one of the most remarkable euphemisms ever coined.”