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Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Kinsler
#1. They wanted me to lead these young players, teach them the way to compete, when the only thing I should be worried about is how I'm performing in the game. #Quote by Ian Kinsler
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Kinsler
#2. The power numbers are nice, but I'm most pleased that I've been consistent. Home runs come from having a consistent approach . #Quote by Ian Kinsler
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Watson
#3. Tokyo in the late 1960s seemed to be like one of the futures that science fiction presents. Here was the proto- super-technology of the future, electronically, robotically, blahblahblah, intercut with traditional Japanese cultural patterns, Shinto patterns. #Quote by Ian Watson
Kinsler Ian quotes by Mary Calmes
#4. The thing was, though, Ian was one of those rare guys who wanted the one person in the world who fit him like a glove, and that person, it turned out, was me. So, yes, Ian was still technically bi, but was exclusively now Miro-sexual and wasn't interested in trying the buffet. #Quote by Mary Calmes
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McKellen
#5. I've often thought the Bible should have a disclaimer in the front saying, 'This is fiction.' #Quote by Ian McKellen
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Mortimer
#6. He was keen to use English as well as French in daily conversation, writing letters in English and commissioning translations of French and Latin books. #Quote by Ian Mortimer
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#7. Other tokens of maturity included a velvet choker of tiny pearls, the ginger tresses gathered at the nape and secured with an emerald clasp, three loose silver bracelets around a freckled wrist, and the fact that whenever she moved, the air about her tasted of rose water. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#8. People sometimes forget how to be happy due to a failure to grasp the simple truth that other people are as real as you. And only in a story could you enter these different minds and show how they had an equal footing. That was the only moral a story must have. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Michael Ian Black
#9. Sometimes the criticism is actually useful and constructive and actually informs what I do, but most of the time, it's sort of mindless, or they're receiving something on a different frequency than I was sending it. They're just not getting what I'm doing, and that's fine. #Quote by Michael Ian Black
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Hunter
#10. It seems to take me about five years to get a record together, which is not a clever idea. #Quote by Ian Hunter
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Douglas Smith
#11. All the soul of man is resolution, which in valiant men falters never, until their last breath. #Quote by Ian Douglas Smith
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#12. Novels help us to resist the temptation to think of the past as deficient. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Hacking
#13. Thers is this wonderful iconoclast at Rutgers, Doron Zeilberger, who says that our mathematics is the result of a random walk, by which he means what WE call mathematics. Likewise, I think, for the sciences. #Quote by Ian Hacking
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#14. Thinking of her friends, she felt the peculiar unshared flavour of her own existence: she was alone. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Maclaren
#15. Ability involves responsibility; power, to its last particle, is duty. #Quote by Ian Maclaren
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McDonald
#16. It is always dangerous when your enemy has a sense of humor. Ask Batman. #Quote by Ian McDonald
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#17. That naked childlike surrender, before she rose to assume an adult's armour, seemed first thing this morning like a essential from which she was banished. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Janet Eckford
#18. Who knew sex was the magical elixir to get you to be quiet," Ian said with a smirk and a quirk of one eyebrow. #Quote by Janet Eckford
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Fleming
#19. Each dark conjecture came and for a moment settled like a vulture on Bond's shoulder and croaked into his ear that he had been a blind fool. #Quote by Ian Fleming
Kinsler Ian quotes by Jennifer Ashley
#20. Sorry, Ian," Cameron said. He found himself saying that to Ian quite a bit. "I didn't understand."
Ian gave him a faint nod but didn't answer. His look told Cameron that he knew his older brother was an idiot, but he'd learned to put up with it. #Quote by Jennifer Ashley
Kinsler Ian quotes by Michael Ian Black
#21. Even to me, a sufferer, 'depression' seems like a fetid load of weaselly claptrap, a cheap and easy excuse for not participating in life. #Quote by Michael Ian Black
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Axel
#22. I have a girlfriend and she really keeps me grounded. Makes me normal. #Quote by Ian Axel
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#23. She raised one hand and flexed its fingers and wondered, as she had sometimes before, how this thing, this machine for gripping, this fleshy spider on the end of her arm, came to be hers, entirely at her command. Or did it have some little life of its own? She bent her finger and straightened it. The mystery was in the instant before it moved, the dividing moment between not moving and moving, when her intention took effect. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Anderson
#24. When I was a teenager, I really didn't like loud rock music. I listened to jazz and blues and folk music. I've always preferred acoustic music. And it was only, I suppose, by the time Jethro Tull was getting underway that we did let the music begin to have a harder edge, in particular with the electric guitar being alongside the flute. #Quote by Ian Anderson
Kinsler Ian quotes by Michael Ian Black
#25. I don't really read children's books or deal with children's books, so I don't have any relationship with them other than my own. #Quote by Michael Ian Black
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Frazier
#26. When I needed to think or was really upset, generally I climbed a tree. #Quote by Ian Frazier
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Svenonius
#27. I love lyrics. I've always been averse to the straight lyric idea. I guess a big part of it is, that songs that are literary always turn me off. Because they feel so abstract. Like a song. What is a song? We have to remember what the function of a concert and the function of playing a song for people are. It's all become really abstracted. #Quote by Ian Svenonius
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#28. All day we've witnessed each other's crimes. You killed no one today? But how many did you leave to die? #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McKellen
#29. Some directors don't tell you that it's not your fault, so you get increasingly depressed that you're not delivering what's required, and then you discover it's not you at all, it's something in the background that's out of focus. #Quote by Ian McKellen
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#30. What is it precisely, that feeling of 'returning' from a poem? Something is lighter, softer, larger - then it fades, but never completely. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Macfarlane
#31. For equity markets, the combination of low interest rates, strong economic growth and low inflation has proved very beneficial, with global share markets rising solidly in each of the past three years. This has been underpinned by strong growth in profits so that, notwithstanding the rise in share prices, P/E ratios have been declining on average. #Quote by Ian Macfarlane
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Dury
#32. For every good song, I write 20 bad ones I have to chuck away. #Quote by Ian Dury
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Somerhalder
#33. There is no differentiation between all living things: trees, river, animals, and humans. We are all one interdependent organism, so our focus may seem broad but each element interacts with the other. We have so many phenomenal eyes, skills, and hands on deck. It's mind-blowingly exciting. #Quote by Ian Somerhalder
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#34. The opposing barristers were in tactical agreement (because it was plainly the judge's view) that the issue was not merely a matter of education. The court must choose, on behalf of the children, between total religion and something a little less. Between cultures, identities, states of mind, aspirations, sets of family relations, fundamental definitions, basic loyalties, unknowable futures. In such matters there lurked an innate predisposition in favor of the status quo, as long as it appeared benign. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian McEwan
#35. Parents choosing a school for their children - an innocent, important, humdrum, private affair which a lethal blend of bitter division and too much money had transmuted into a monstrous clerical task, into box files of legal documents so numerous and heavy they were hauled to court on trolleys, into hours of educated wrangling, procedural hearings, deferred decisions, the whole circus rising, but so slowly, through the judicial hierarchy like a lopsided, ill-tethered hot-air balloon. If the parents could not agree, the law, reluctantly, must take the decisions. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Kinsler Ian quotes by Ian Whates
#36. Perhaps life is rare, either because the precise conditions necessary for it to occur are uncommon or because the chances of it arising are so vanishingly improbable that the Universe just hasn't been around for long enough. Some scientists argue that the Earth may be a rather exceptional planet after all, with its large, stabilising moon and uncommonly well-behaved sun. We may even lie in a peculiarly habitable part of the galaxy, central enough to benefit from the chemical enrichment of previous generations of stars but safely distant from the harsh radiation of the galactic core. In this case we might not be the only life forms in the Universe, but we could be among the first. #Quote by Ian Whates

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