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Naganna Westminster quotes by Nicola Sturgeon
#1. We will never vote for the renewal of Trident; that's a decision which will fall to be made in the next Westminster parliament. We will never vote for that. #Quote by Nicola Sturgeon
Naganna Westminster quotes by Charles Dickens
#2. Time shall show us. The post of honour and the post of shame, the general's station and the drummer's, a peer's statue in Westminster Abbey and a seaman's hammock in the bosom of the deep, the mitre and the workhouse, the woolsack and the gallows, the throne and the guillotine - the travellers to all are on the great high road; but it has wonderful divergences, and only Time shall show us whither each traveller is bound. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Naganna Westminster quotes by Theresa May
#3. You have a job but you don't always have job security, you have your own home but you worry about mortgage rates going up, you can just about manage but you worry about the cost of living and the quality of the local school because there is no other choice for you.rankly, not everybody in Westminster understands what it's like to live like this and some need to be told that it isn't a game. #Quote by Theresa May
Naganna Westminster quotes by Nicola Sturgeon
#4. Too often in the past, Scotland has been sidelined and ignored in the Westminster corridors of power, but that doesn't have to be the case anymore. #Quote by Nicola Sturgeon
Naganna Westminster quotes by Stella Benson
#5. London is a friend whom I can leave knowing without doubt that she will be the same to me when I return, to-morrow or forty years hence, and that, if I do not return, she will sing the same song to inheritors of my happy lot in future generations. Always, whether sleeping or waking, I shall know that in Spring the sun rides over the silver streets of Kensington, and that in the Gardens the shorn sheep find very green pasture. Always the plaited threads of traffic will wind about the reel of London; always as you up Regent Street from Pall Mall and look back, Westminster will rise with you like a dim sun over the horizon of Whitehall. That dive down Fleet Street and up to the black and white cliffs of St. Paul's will for ever bring to mind some rumour of romance. There is always a romance that we leave behind in London, and always London enlocks that flower for us, and keeps it fresh, so that when we come back we have our romance again. #Quote by Stella Benson
Naganna Westminster quotes by Hume Nisbet
#6. They bear down upon Westminster, the ghost-consecrated Abbey, and the history-crammed Hall, through the arches of the bridge with a rush as the tide swelters round them; the city is buried in a dusky gloom save where the lights begin to gleam and trail with lurid reflections past black velvety- looking hulls - a dusky city of golden gleams. St. Paul's looms up like an immense bowl reversed, squat, un-English, and undignified in spite of its great size; they dart within the sombre shadows of the Bridge of Sighs, and pass the Tower of London, with the rising moon making the sky behind it luminous, and the crowd of shipping in front appear like a dense forest of withered pines, and then mooring their boat at the steps beyond, with a shuddering farewell look at the eel-like shadows and the glittering lights of that writhing river, with its burthen seen and invisible, they plunge into the purlieus of Wapping.
("The Phantom Model") #Quote by Hume Nisbet
Naganna Westminster quotes by G.I. Williamson
#7. Others have suggested that the disciples deliberately lied, thus spreading the story that Jesus had risen from the dead in order to keep their movement going. But this becomes preposterous when we remember that the disciples were willing to die rather than to deny that Jesus rose from the dead. Some say that they just cannot believe "the story of the miracle." But the trouble is, that they must then decide what to do with the "miracle of the story." That is, they are left with the insoluble problem of how such a sober story could ever have been written. The story is either true, or else it is the product of insanity or wickedness. And, after nearly two thousand years, no one has been able to show that it comes from either insane or wicked men. No satisfactory explanation has come forth except to believe that it actually did happen. #Quote by G.I. Williamson
Naganna Westminster quotes by Nicola Sturgeon
#8. I've not hidden and I'll never hide the fact that I want Scotland to be an independent country. But as long as we're part of the Westminster system, it's really important to people in Scotland that we get good decisions coming out of Westminster. So we've got a vested interest in being a constructive participant. #Quote by Nicola Sturgeon
Naganna Westminster quotes by William Wordsworth
#9. Upon Westminster Bridge
Earth has not anything to show more fair:
Dull would he be of soul who could pass by
A sight so touching in its majesty:
This City now doth, like a garment, wear
The beauty of the morning; silent, bare,
Ships, towers, domes, theatres, and temples lie
Open unto the fields, and to the sky;
All bright and glittering in the smokeless air.
Never did sun more beautifully steep
In his first splendour, valley, rock, or hill;
Ne'er saw I, never felt, a calm so deep!
The river glideth at his own sweet will:
Dear God! the very houses seem asleep;
And all that mighty heart is lying still! #Quote by William Wordsworth
Naganna Westminster quotes by Sean Bean
#10. I go to see my kids in school plays, ... I watched Lorna in a concert at the Westminster College of Music the other day and it was amazing. I felt very proud and surprised. I don't know why I was surprised, because I've known her for 17 years, but I've never seen her do anything like that in front of an audience. It's brave, it's uplifting. #Quote by Sean Bean
Naganna Westminster quotes by S.A. David
#11. Westminster is peaceful. Sometimes we forget to lock our doors and nothing happens. #Quote by S.A. David
Naganna Westminster quotes by Evelyn Waugh
#12. Presently [Bridey] said: "If I was Rex" - his mind seemed full of such suppositions: "If I was Archbishop of Westminster," "If I was head of the Great Western Railway," "If I was an actress," as though it were a mere trick of fate that he was none of these things, and he might awake any morning to find the matter adjusted - "if I was Rex I should want to live in my constituency. #Quote by Evelyn Waugh
Naganna Westminster quotes by Robert Wright
#13. Darwin was one of our finest specimens. He did superbly what human beings are designed to do: manipulate social information to personal advantage. The information in question was the prevailing account of how human beings, and all organisms, came to exist; Darwin reshaped it in a way that radically raised his social status. When he died in 1882, his greatness was acclaimed in newspapers around the world, and he was buried in Westminster Abbey, not far from the body of Isaac Newton. Alpha-male territory. #Quote by Robert Wright
Naganna Westminster quotes by George Carey
#14. And so in my warnings, I was pointing to a number of incidents around the communion that could undermine our growing sense of communion - of becoming a global communion. So that's why I pointed to New Westminster in Canada, to incidents in the United States, and Sydney itself. #Quote by George Carey
Naganna Westminster quotes by John     Hall
#15. Dickens's humanity and compassion made an extraordinary impact on Victorian England through his writings, which remain immensely popular. This bicentenary should help renew our commitment to improving the lot of the disadvantaged of our own day." - The Very Reverend Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster Abbey, on today's 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth. #Quote by John Hall
Naganna Westminster quotes by Cynthia Hand
#16. Because obviously she was the most qualified for the position. At long last Edward had arrived at the enlightened state of knowing that a woman could do a job just as well as a man. Yep. That's how it happened. Edward abdicated his throne. Elizabeth would be crowned queen at Westminster Abbey that same week, and we all know she'd be the best ruler of England ever. And now history can more or less pick up along the same path where we left it. #Quote by Cynthia Hand
Naganna Westminster quotes by Nicola Sturgeon
#17. We've chosen to stay part of the Westminster system, but we don't want to be a forgotten, sidelined part of it. #Quote by Nicola Sturgeon
Naganna Westminster quotes by Karl Wiggins
#18. Ever heard of the Very Reverend William Buckland? No? He was a fucking brilliant Scamp! He was the Duke of Westminster and he actually ate Louis XIV's heart 150 years after the French king died! #Quote by Karl Wiggins
Naganna Westminster quotes by Keith A. Mathison
#19. Finally, it is wrong to say that "nothing" is more basic to the identity of the church than suffering. Nothing is more basic to the identity of the institutional church than the preaching of the gospel, the correct administration of the sacraments, and the worship of God in Spirit and in truth (Westminster Confession of Faith, 25.4). Nothing is more basic to the identity of the individual Christian than faith, hope, obedience, and love, the fruit of the Spirit (cf. 1 Cor. 13:4-13; Gal. 5:22-24; 1 John 2:3; 3:10, 24; 4:7-21; 5:1-3). #Quote by Keith A. Mathison
Naganna Westminster quotes by H.G. Wells
#20. That City of yours is a morbid excrescence. Wall Street is a morbid excrescence. Plainly it's a thing that has grown out upon the social body rather like -- what do you call it? -- an embolism, thrombosis, something of that sort. A sort of heart in the wrong place, isn't it? Anyhow -- there it is. Everything seems obliged to go through it now; it can hold up things, stimulate things, give the world fever or pain, and yet all the same -- is it necessary, Irwell? Is it inevitable? Couldn't we function economically quite as well without it? Has the world got to carry that kind of thing for ever?

"What real strength is there in a secondary system of that sort? It's secondary, it's parasitic. It's only a sort of hypertrophied, uncontrolled counting-house which has become dominant by falsifying the entries and intercepting payment. It's a growth that eats us up and rots everything like cancer. Financiers make nothing, they are not a productive department. They control nothing. They might do so, but they don't. They don't even control Westminster and Washington. They just watch things in order to make speculative anticipations. They've got minds that lie in wait like spiders, until the fly flies wrong. Then comes the debt entanglement. Which you can break, like the cobweb it is, if only you insist on playing the wasp. I ask you again what real strength has Finance if you tackle Finance? You can tax it, regulate its operations, print money over it without limit, cancel its #Quote by H.G. Wells
Naganna Westminster quotes by Michael Gove
#21. The first thing I would like to say is that I don't think folk at Westminster - or for that matter at Holyrood - constitute an elite. They are representatives who are elected and who are at the service of voters who can fire them. #Quote by Michael Gove
Naganna Westminster quotes by Coco Chanel
#22. Everyone marries the Duke of Westminster. There are a lot of duchesses, but only one Coco Chanel. #Quote by Coco Chanel
Naganna Westminster quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#23. London is not a city, London is a person. Tower Bridge talks to you; National Gallery reads a poem for you; Hyde Park dances with you; Palace of Westminster plays the piano; Big Ben and St Paul's Cathedral sing an opera! London is not a city; it is a talented artist who is ready to contact with you directly! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Naganna Westminster quotes by James Russell Lowell
#24. It is beginning to be doubtful whether Parliament and Congress sit in Westminster and Washington, or in the editorial rooms of the leading journals,
so thoroughly is everything debated before the authorized and responsible debaters get on their legs. #Quote by James Russell Lowell
Naganna Westminster quotes by Westminster Assembly
#25. What is sanctification? Sanctification is the work of God's free grace, whereby we are renewed in the whole man after the image of God, and are enabled more and more to die unto sin, and live unto righteousness. #Quote by Westminster Assembly
Naganna Westminster quotes by Karl Philipp Moritz
#26. As I passed along the side walls of Westminster Abbey, I hardly saw any thing but marble monuments of great admirals, but which were all too much loaded with finery and ornaments, to make on me at least, the intended impression. #Quote by Karl Philipp Moritz
Naganna Westminster quotes by Jancee Dunn
#27. I grew up in New Jersey in the '80s. That means one thing: Big hair ... I had big hair, my boyfriends had big hair, we all had big hair. Our prom looked like the poodle division of the Westminster dog show. #Quote by Jancee Dunn
Naganna Westminster quotes by Patricia Cabot
#28. Why, Hurst couldn't have hit the side of Westminster Abbey with a pistol, even by throwing the silly thing. #Quote by Patricia Cabot
Naganna Westminster quotes by Brennan Manning
#29. The splendor of a human heart that trusts it is loved unconditionally gives God more pleasure than Westminster Cathedral, the Sistine Chapel, Beethoven's "Ninth Symphony", Van Gogh's "Sunflowers", the sight of 10,000 butterflies in flight, or the scent of a million orchids in bloom. Trust is our gift back to God, and he finds it so enchanting that Jesus died for love of it. #Quote by Brennan Manning
Naganna Westminster quotes by Anonymous
#30. Infallibility: The position that the Bible cannot err or make mistakes, and that it "is completely trustworthy as a guide to salvation and the life of faith and will not fail to accomplish its purpose" (Westminster Dictionary). As the Christian church has traditionally taught, this doctrine is based on the perfection of the divine author, who cannot speak error. #Quote by Anonymous
Naganna Westminster quotes by Michael Dobbs
#31. Silk handkerchief that erupted out of the breast pocket, an affectation he had adopted to distance himself from the Westminster hordes in their banal Christmas-stocking ties and Marks & Spencer suits. #Quote by Michael Dobbs
Naganna Westminster quotes by Charles Dickens
#32. Arrangements were made for the swallowing up of London and Westminster. Even the Cock-lane ghost had been laid only a round dozen of #Quote by Charles Dickens
Naganna Westminster quotes by Bob Beckel
#33. Some days I feel like I'm only the fire hydrant to Westminster dog show. #Quote by Bob Beckel
Naganna Westminster quotes by Iain Duncan Smith
#34. No one out there is interested in who did what to whom in Westminster politics. #Quote by Iain Duncan Smith
Naganna Westminster quotes by Percy Bysshe Shelley
#35. In the firm expectation that when London shall be a habitation of bitterns, when St. Paul and Westminster Abbey shall stand shapeless and nameless ruins in the midst of an unpeopled marsh, when the piers of Waterloo Bridge shall become the nuclei of islets of reeds and osiers, and cast the jagged shadows of their broken arches on the solitary stream, some Transatlantic commentator will be weighing in the scales of some new and now unimagined system of criticism the respective merits of the Bells and the Fudges and their historians. #Quote by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Naganna Westminster quotes by Michael Ashcroft
#36. At 10 A.M. on the Friday after the election in 2010, David Cameron's team met in his room at the Westminster Bridge Park Plaza Hotel. Cameron was clear that, unable to form a majority government, they had to begin talks with the Lib Dems about forming a coalition. But in a rare example of strategic discord, George Osborne disagreed. #Quote by Michael Ashcroft
Naganna Westminster quotes by Charles Dickens
#37. A prophetic private in the Life Guards had heralded the sublime appearance by announcing that arrangements were made for the swallowing up of London and Westminster. Even the Cock-lane ghost had been laid only a round dozen of years, after #Quote by Charles Dickens
Naganna Westminster quotes by Charles Kennedy
#38. Westminster is a jungle - and the hunter can always smell fear on its prey. #Quote by Charles Kennedy
Naganna Westminster quotes by Diane Abbott
#39. Finally, there's a sense in which I look at this Westminster village and London intelligentsia as an outsider. #Quote by Diane Abbott
Naganna Westminster quotes by Pierre Daninos
#40. If animals had a Pope," Major Thompson said to me, "their Vatican would be in London. And if by some dire submarine cataclysm that noble vessel, Great Britain, were to be shipwrecked and start to founder, believe me, there would surely be somebody in Westminster to cry from the top of the Tower: "Dogs first! #Quote by Pierre Daninos
Naganna Westminster quotes by Nicola Sturgeon
#41. If you have a Tory government at Westminster that takes us out of Europe against our will, there may be people in Scotland who think, 'You know what, we might be better off independent.' #Quote by Nicola Sturgeon
Naganna Westminster quotes by Charles Dickens
#42. That arrangements were made for the swallowing up of London and Westminster. Even the Cock-lane ghost had been #Quote by Charles Dickens

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