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 Jim Mattox - “Ronnie Earle had visions of grandeur, ... He was using it as a steppingstone.”  
 William Wordsworth - “And so the grandeur of the Forest-treeComes not by casting in a formal mould,But from its own divine vitality.”  
 William Channing - “It the soul is truly an image of the infinity of God, and no words can do justice to its grandeur.”  
 Albert Camus - “If there is sin against life, it consists in hoping for another life and in eluding the implacable grandeur of this life.”  
 Steve Goldstein - “My favorite has always been Hollywood Forever. All the history there, the beautiful statuary and the beautiful grounds. I have many favorite graves there, the best being Douglas Fairbanks. There is nothing else like it in grandeur.”  
 Rob O'Loughlin - “I don't have delusions of grandeur. We're not going to take the six-hour round to four hours just because they have Laser Link. Our goal is simply to get everyone around the course a little faster. Then you've helped the game.”  
 Charles Sumner - “The true grandeur of humanity is in moral elevation, sustained, enlightened and decorated by the intellect of man”  
 Steve Squyres - “Nobody has the display capability in their homes you'd need to really see these images in all their grandeur. One panorama we created was 4,000 pixels high and 24,000 pixels around, and your laptop just can't display that. But on an IMAX screen five stories tall, you're standing on the edge of the crater. You're there.”  
 Thaksin Shinawatra - “petty, vindictive and not very well-informed autocratic leader who is enamored of his own sense of grandeur.”  
 Steve Squyres - “In terms of sheer scenic grandeur, it is the most spectacular image we've taken. It's like nothing else on Mars.”  
 Charles Spurgeon - “Many men owe the grandeur of their lives to the tremendous difficulties”  
 Leo Tolstoy - “An agile but unintelligent and abnormal German, possessed of the mania of grandeur”  
 Elisabeth Sussman - “He hung everything that he had done during the residency on the walls and covered the walls floor-to-ceiling with his drawings, ... So we tried to get the informality and the kind of grandeur of that installation in our installation.”  
 Elisabeth Sussman - “He hung everything that he had done during the residency on the walls and covered the walls floor-to-ceiling with his drawings. So we tried to get the informality and the kind of grandeur of that installation in our installation.”  
 Johann Lavater - “He can feel no little wants who is in pursuit of grandeur”  
 Ralph Waldo Emerson - “He that loveth maketh his own the grandeur he loves”  
 Thomas Mann - “The Sorrows and Grandeur of Richard Wagner”  
 Rick Mercer - “If the United States were a 35-year-old man, I think he'd be in a mental institution. Violent tendencies - delusions of grandeur - medicate heavily.”  
 Samuel Johnson - “Disposition to derision and insult is awakened by the softness to foppery, the swell of insolence, the liveliness of levity, or the solemnity of grandeur by the sprightly trip, the stately stalk, the formal strut, and the lofty mein by gestures int”  
 Robert Burns - “From scenes like these old Scotia's grandeur springs, That makes her loved at home, revered abroad Princes and lords are but the breath of kings, An honest man's the noblest work of God.'”  
 Percy Bysshe Shelley - “Heaven's ebon vault, studded with stars unutterably bright, through which the moon's unclouded grandeur rolls, seems like a canopy which love has spread to curtain her sleeping world”  
 Michael Reavis - “The key is for us to focus on ourselves. We can't get caught up in the grandeur of the meet.”  
 Albert Camus - “If there is a sin against life, it consists perhaps not so much in despairing of life as in hoping for another life and in eluding the implacable grandeur of this life”  
 Charles Darwin - “There is Grandeur in this view of life,”  
 John Updike - “The city overwhelmed our expectations. The Kiplingesque grandeur of Waterloo Station, the Eliotic despondency of the brick row in Chelsea the Dickensian nightmare of fog and sweating pavement and besmirched cornices.”  

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