My Favorite Quotes
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 Abhisit Vejjajiva - “It's too late. It's too late.”  
 Adenaan Hardien - “I don't think the data changes anything in as much as it supports other evidence that domestic demand remained robust late last year.”  
 Daniel Gros - “Germany had priced itself out of the market by the late-1990s. It is basically pricing itself back into the market.”  
 Bill Gates - “When these products come out in late 2006...it will be the largest marketing event we've ever had,”  
 Tim Bowring - “The significant drop in residential approvals (excluding apartments) suggests the impact of consecutive rate hikes in late 2005 may be finally taking hold, although we remain wary of calling a downward trend after just one month of negative data in this volatile series.”  
 Mark Dorfman - “When we found out we won, there were only three of us left. It was late and cold at the end of the day, but they were pretty excited.”  
 Bob McCoy - “We'll be going back out probably late this year year and starting the whole process again of rebuilding the maps and getting advertisers.”  
 Donald Trump - “On the way out, she said, 'I think you're supposed to wear white.' And I said, 'It's too late now.'”  
 Darryl Burrows - “He started the season off a little slow. But he's getting in better position as of late.”  
 Anne Stevens - “I don't think we're late with hybrids. We brought out the first full American hybrid. We brought out the first SUV hybrid.”  
 Paul Morse - “All the pitchers threw well enough to keep us in the game, but Mercer County hit the ball where we weren't late in the game.”  
 Ron Gardenhire - “You want to be able to put him in the game. You need to have those days where you can get him four at-bats here and four at-bats there to keep him sharp for late-inning situations and big pinch-hit situations.”  
 Craig Faire - “Becca (Sharon) had some big rebounds for us late in the game.”  
 Michelle Perry - “It's been a long season and its hard to get up for an event so late in the year.”  
 Jim Weyman - “That's significant because when it crosses the 140-degree mark, it will be the first hurricane since late August 2003 in the Central Pacific.”  
 Jeff Blair - “I figured we would start off slow because we had so many freshmen. We're starting to jell right now, but it's a little late. We've been in every game, but then you can see where the inexperience part comes in. It has been a struggle, but it has been fun.”  
 Mo Cheeks - “Down the stretch, when we needed those two guys to score the points, that's what they did. We got into the penalty and Allen continued to drive the ball, and Chris had wide-open jump shots because Allen continued to drive the ball, and that's what those guys have to do late in the fourth quarter.”  
 Jeff Sprouse - “They're going to knock down some shots. (Tonight) we were there until that late barrage.”  
 Lisa Gross - “It's an issue that schools have to deal with. When students don't show up for class, or show up late, they're not learning, and that's the bottom line.”  
 Baron Davis - “If you don't outwork your opponent, you're not going to win. And tonight, we got outworked, we got bullied, we got pushed, and we didn't push back until it was too late.”  
 Kevin Sneddon - “We were looking for ways to spark things. Travis did a nice job of getting the win but we feel it's important for Joe, who's played so well of late, to get back in there.”  
 Antti Laaksonen - “Being that late in the shootout, I didn't feel any pressure. The first three guys have all the pressure to score.”  
 Kirby Law - “It's great to be in the game late like we were, but we know it would have been a big lift to get one back and press the issue.”  
 Mark Koenig - “I guarantee it was pretty shocking to me when I realized it. I called (my attorney) pretty late and roused him awake.”  
 Jean-Paul Sartre - “One always dies too soon - or too late. And yet one's whole life is complete at that moment, with a line drawn neatly under it, ready for the summing up. You are - your life, and nothing else.”  

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