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Kato Haru Speech quotes by Emmeline Pankhurst
#1. I have made speeches urging women to adopt methods of rebellion such as have been adopted by men in every revolution. #Quote by Emmeline Pankhurst
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Kate Langley Bosher
#2. Nothing shows the kind of fool you are as quick as your tongue. #Quote by Kate Langley Bosher
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Billy Graham
#3. We should ask ourselves three questions before we speak: Is it true? Is it kind? Does it glorify Christ? #Quote by Billy Graham
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Cate Blanchett
#4. We talked about trying to create an image that would somehow, to an audience, create the sense of awe, wonder and shock that the troops must have felt that their monarch - and a female monarch - went to the frontline of battle and was prepared to lay down her life. This speech is so well known and has been done in virtually every version of the events of Elizabeth's life. #Quote by Cate Blanchett
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Jeff Dunham
#5. I've skewered whites, blacks, Hispanics, Christians, Jews, Muslims, gays, straights, rednecks, addicts, the elderly, and my wife. As a standup comic, it is my job to make sure the majority of people laugh, and I believe that comedy is the last true form of free speech. #Quote by Jeff Dunham
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Kenneth E. Boulding
#6. Without the heroic, man has no meaning; without the economic, he has no sense. Economic man is most likely to be economic woman a good wife, pulling the coat tails of her heroic husband, checking his extravagances of speech and action with words of caution and good sense. But without the heroic coat tails to pull, life for both of them would be dull and savorless indeed. #Quote by Kenneth E. Boulding
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Geoffrey Rush
#7. I've discovered I prefer to prepare a few notes or actually write the speech so I can really hone it down to hopefully be entertaining, try and get a laugh at least by the second line, and then say what you need to say. #Quote by Geoffrey Rush
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
#8. Sunglasses are more useful to a blind man than freedom of speech is to a man who does not think for himself. #Quote by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Wendell Berry
#9. It is the privilege and the labor of the apprentice of creation to come with his imagination into the unimaginable, and with his speech into the unspeakable. #Quote by Wendell Berry
Kato Haru Speech quotes by John McWhorter
#10. Prescriptive grammar has spread linguistic insecurity like a plague among English speakers for centuries, numbs us to the aesthetic richness of non-standard speech, and distracts us from attending to genuine issues of linguistic style in writing. #Quote by John McWhorter
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Jacob Trapp
#11. If it is language that makes us human, one half of language is to listen. Silence can exist without speech, but speech cannot live without silence. Listen to the speech of others. Listen even more to their silence. To pray is to listen to the revelations of nature, to the meaning of events. To listen to music is to listen also to silence, and to find the stillness deepened and enriched. #Quote by Jacob Trapp
Kato Haru Speech quotes by C.A.A. Savastano
#12. The censors of our age do not yet burn books, they attempt to restrict speech in the name of "offense". The tactics may be different but the desire for control is the same. #Quote by C.A.A. Savastano
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Anne Lamott
#13. Look at us," he said. His speech was difficult to understand, thick and slow as a warped record. His two friends in the picture had Down's syndrome. All three of them looked extremely pleased with themselves. I admired the picture and then handed it back to him. He stopped, so I stopped, too. He pointed to his own image. "That," he said, "is one cool man. #Quote by Anne Lamott
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Jay Leno
#14. Actually, you know who gave the shortest inauguration speech in history? George Washington. It was only like three minutes long. Well, sure. George Washington couldn't tell a lie. #Quote by Jay Leno
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Charles Dickens
#15. Saint Antoine slept, the Defarges slept: even The Vengeance slept with her starved grocer, and the drum was at rest. The drum's was the only voice in Saint Antoine that blood and hurry had not changed. The Vengeance, as custodian of the drum, could have wakened him up and had the same speech out of him as before the Bastille fell, or old Foulon was seized; not so with the hoarse tones of the men and women in Saint Antoine's bosom. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Tony Hendra
#16. Satire dramatizes better than any other use of it, the inherent contradiction of free speech that it functions best when what is being said is at its most outrageous. #Quote by Tony Hendra
Kato Haru Speech quotes by George MacDonald
#17. The air was still; when a breath awoke, it but touched his cheek like the down of a feather, and the stillness was there again. The stillness grew great, and slowly descended upon him. It deepened and deepened. Surely it would deepen to a voice! -- it was about to speak! It was as if a great single thought was the substance of the silence, and was all over and around him, and closer to him than his clothes, than his body, than his hands. I am describing the indescribable, and compelled to make it too definite for belief. In colder speech, an experience had come to the child; a link in the chain of his development glided over the windlass of his uplifting; a change passed upon him. In after years, when Gibbie had the idea of God, when he had learned to think about him, to desire his presence, to believe that a will of love enveloped his will, as the brooding hen spreads her wings over her eggs -- as often as the thought of God came to him, it came in the shape of the silence on the top of Glashgar. #Quote by George MacDonald
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Bill Maher
#18. New Rule: President Bush must stop acting like WE'RE the idiots. He gives speech after speech, and the theme is always the same; 'What part of freedom don't you get, you morons?'. I'll answer that for you Mr. President. The part where you give it to people by blowing them up. #Quote by Bill Maher
Kato Haru Speech quotes by George Banister
#19. I have an opinion and I'm not scared to use it. #Quote by George Banister
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Frank Pierson
#20. A 'live' show is either alive or not. Free speech is free or it is not. Viewers are free to use their remote or TiVo. Parents are responsible or they are not. #Quote by Frank Pierson
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Kazue Kato
#21. Yukio!! I swear to God I'll surpass you!! Just you watch! #Quote by Kazue Kato
Kato Haru Speech quotes by James Osborne
#22. About Differences: Those who would believe in a higher power by whatever name must also believe that same higher power made all things. On that basis, people of good character will recognize that some people are different from ourselves, in color, gender, speech, opinion, lifestyle, and in other ways. Different is not an evaluation. As I taught my children while they were growing up, "Different is only different." Celebrate differences for therein lies the basis for much of what we learn in life. #Quote by James Osborne
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Elliott Abrams
#23. We need to understand that an open society and free speech and press ... really are the best weapons against al Qaeda and extremism. #Quote by Elliott Abrams
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Scott Howard Phillips
#24. You can't pick and choose which types of freedom you want to defend. You must defend all of it or be against all of it. #Quote by Scott Howard Phillips
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Margot Lee Shetterly
#25. But before a computer became an inanimate object, and before Mission Control landed in Houston; before Sputnik changed the course of history, and before the NACA became NASA; before the Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka established that separate was in fact not equal, and before the poetry of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech rang out over the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Langley's West Computers were helping America dominate aeronautics, space research, and computer technology, carving out a place for themselves as female mathematicians who were also black, black mathematicians who were also female. #Quote by Margot Lee Shetterly
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Thomas Jefferson
#26. Amplification is the vice of modern oratory. It is an insult to an assembly of reasonable men, disgusting and revolting instead ofpersuading. Speeches measured by the hour, die by the hour. #Quote by Thomas Jefferson
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Frank Sonnenberg
#27. Free speech and debate are essential in our search for the truth. #Quote by Frank Sonnenberg
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Wladyslaw Szpilman
#28. The workers went along with the Nazis, the Church stood by and watched, the middle classes were too cowardly to do anything, and so were the leading intellectuals. We allowed the unions to be abolished, the various religious denominations to be suppressed, there was no freedom of speech in the press or on the radio. Finally we let ourselves be driven into war. We were content for Germany to do without democratic representation and put up with pseudo-representation by people with no real say in anything. Ideals can't be betrayed with impunity, and now we must all take the consequences. #Quote by Wladyslaw Szpilman
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Donald Trump
#29. I thought he [Tim Kaine] was terrible. I thought his speech was terrible. #Quote by Donald Trump
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Kenneth Eade
#30. When I left, Mr. Chairman, I had the constitutional right to freedom of speech. Has that right been stripped from the American people while I was gone? #Quote by Kenneth Eade
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Andrzej Sapkowski
#31. Because the people are ignorant, stupid, and easy to manipulate," Skellen finished the sentence, after he had himself a sneeze. "You need only 'Hurrah!' and make a speech from the senate steps promising to open the prisons and cut the taxes."

"You are absolutely right, Owl," said the syllable stretcher. "Now I know why you shout so loudly for democracy. #Quote by Andrzej Sapkowski
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Paramahansa Yogananda
#32. {Yogananda on the death of his dear friend, the eminent 20th century scientist, Luther Burbank}

His heart was fathomlessly deep, long acquainted with humility, patience, sacrifice. His little home amid the roses was austerely simple; he knew the worthlessness of luxury, the joy of few possessions. The modesty with which he wore his scientific fame repeatedly reminded me of the trees that bend low with the burden of ripening fruits; it is the barren tree that lifts its head high in an empty boast.

I was in New York when, in 1926, my dear friend passed away. In tears I thought, 'Oh, I would gladly walk all the way from here to Santa Rosa for one more glimpse of him!' Locking myself away from secretaries and visitors, I spent the next twenty-four hours in seclusion...

His name has now passed into the heritage of common speech. Listing 'burbank' as a transitive verb, Webster's New International Dictionary defines it: 'To cross or graft (a plant). Hence, figuratively, to improve (anything, as a process or institution) by selecting good features and rejecting bad, or by adding good features.'

'Beloved Burbank,' I cried after reading the definition, 'your very name is now a synonym for goodness! #Quote by Paramahansa Yogananda
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#33. It is one light which beams out of a thousand stars. It is one soul which animates all men. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Abigail George
#34. Writing will never be perfect in a poet's eye that is why we need people's criticism good or bad, whether or not it gives a positive or negative frame to our work. We are first at hand to fight against the real and the normal in our writing as our outspoken, brimming voice bring truths to light so vividly and intensely for mass consumption that we so long for in our hearts. When the poet, not jubilant, neither spirited, allows his mind to quiet, allows the survival of and realises that all figures of speech matters; when God has witnessed the culmination of his progress; when the writer is almost in a hypnotic stance. Then the poet cannot stop himself when he is in the right place, then he can guess at the intensity, the prowess of his pen, his prolific writing and the intelligence behind his words becomes a self portrait kind of like what Vincent van Gogh used to do when he was depressed and lonely, fighting against the feelings of isolation and rejection by the establishment. #Quote by Abigail George
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Criss Jami
#35. Everyone has their own ways of expression. I believe we all have a lot to say, but finding ways to say it is more than half the battle. #Quote by Criss Jami
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Neil Gaiman
#36. If you accept – and I do – that freedom of speech is important, then you are going to have to defend the indefensible. That means you are going to be defending the right of people to read, or to write, or to say, what you don't say or like or want said. The Law is a huge blunt weapon that does not and will not make distinctions between what you find acceptable and what you don't. This is how the Law is made. People making art find out where the limits of free expression are by going beyond them and getting into trouble. [...] The Law is a blunt instrument. It's not a scalpel. It's a club. If there is something you consider indefensible, and there is something you consider defensible, and the same laws can take them both out, you are going to find yourself defending the indefensible. #Quote by Neil Gaiman
Kato Haru Speech quotes by George Eliot
#37. Will was not without his intentions to be always generous, but our tongues are little triggers which have usually been pulled before general intentions can be brought to bear. #Quote by George Eliot
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Marguerite Young
#38. I try to teach my students style, but always as a part of life, not as ornament. Style has to come out of communicating coherent thought, not in sticking little flowers on speeches. Style and substance and a sense of life are the things literature is composed of. One must use one's own personality in relationship to life and language, of course, and everyone has such a relationship. Some people find it, some don't find it, but it's there. #Quote by Marguerite Young
Kato Haru Speech quotes by Lao-Tzu
#39. Therefore the sage manages affairs without doing anything, and conveys his instructions without the use of speech. #Quote by Lao-Tzu

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