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I'm William Wallace, and the rest of you will be spared. Go back to England and tell them... Scotland is free!
~By William Wallace ~


The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
~By Marcel Proust ~


I think the best place to work in football is England.
~By Jose Mourinho ~


No administration could stop the tidal wave of immigration that swept over the land; no political party could restrain or control the enterprise of our people, and no reasonable man could desire to check the march of civilization.
~By Nelson A. Miles ~


Almost everything I tried out for I pretty much got. I landed Power Rangers, and the rest is history.
~By Thuy Trang ~


Men of New England, I hold you to the doctrines of liberty which ye inherit from your Puritan forefathers.
~By Caleb Cushing ~


We stay as a team. I might be England captain, but that doesn't mean I get treated differently.
~By David Beckham ~


Perhaps... I mean there are people who defend that it as an art. I don't. I like it but it's not an art form as far as I'm concerned, and yet it's a similar thing, once you can't land those jumps, you're disqualified - that precludes it from ever becoming a serious art form.
~By Mark Morris ~


There's been progress toward seeing that nature and culture are not opposing terms, and that wilderness is not the only kind of landscape for environmentalists to concern themselves with.
~By Michael Pollan ~


For a couple of days after chemotherapy, food tastes really bland, even the best foods. I haven't been sick, but have been a little tired. I haven't lost any weight.
~By Grete Waitz ~


The other thing about FEMA, my understanding is that it was supposed to move into the Department of Homeland Security... and be what it was, but also having a lot of lateral communication with all those others involved in that issue of homeland security.
~By Warren Rudman ~


You will never have great tennis champions from England because of the cold and dark, but most of all because people only care about the sport for two weeks a year, and then they're on to something else. There's just not a great love of the sport there.
~By Monica Seles ~


It's funny, but we were living on this small island off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina when I was 9.
~By Josh Lucas ~


On landing at New York I caught the yellow fever. The kind man who commanded the ship that brought me from France took charge of me and placed me under the care of two Quaker ladies. To their skillful and untiring care I may safely say I owe my life.
~By John James Audubon ~


The main consideration with those who, possessing some capital, propose to emigrate as the means of improving their condition, is, the society likely to be found in the land fixed on for their future residence.
~By Charles Sturt ~


On the night of the 1st of September we observed for the first time signs of the natives being in the neighbourhood. Fires were seen on the low land near Cape Frederick Henry, and at daylight we saw the natives with our glasses.
~By William Bligh ~


In England, it's now Sir Ben. Mister has just disappeared. It's not even on my passport anymore. They've taken Mister away from me.
~By Ben Kingsley ~


It was with deep interest that my companion and myself, both now about to see and examine the beauties of a tropical country for the first time, gazed on the land where I, at least, eventually spent eleven of the best years of my life.
~By Henry Walter Bates ~


You never find an Englishman among the under-dogs except in England, of course.
~By Evelyn Waugh ~


Now the master paid a number of visits to England and, as a Cambridge man, it is a source of pride that he taught there for a longer period than elsewhere in my country.
~By John G. D. Clark ~


While our budget shortfall is temporary, ruining pristine national lands is permanent.
~By Ric Keller ~


I would love to write the story of my upbringing in Ireland.
~By Fiona Shaw ~


This is a wonderful way to celebrate an 80th birthday... I wanted to be 65 again, but they wouldn't let me - Homeland Security.
~By Art Buchwald ~


To put it rather bluntly, I am not the type who wants to go back to the land; I am the type who wants to go back to the hotel.
~By Fran Lebowitz ~


My father in the film - which we probably haven't seen in previous movies, and in British Asian movies you could probably count on one hand - he says exactly why, actually why he's frightened for his daughter. He came to this country, England, and had a bit of a crappy time.
~By Parminder Nagra ~


Jim Norton and Harland Williams always make me laugh.
~By Dane Cook ~


King of England, and you, duke of Bedford, who call yourself regent of the kingdom of France... settle your debt to the king of Heaven; return to the Maiden, who is envoy of the king of Heaven, the keys to all the good towns you took and violated in France.
~By Joan of Arc ~


The land of Ireland for the people of Ireland.
~By James Larkin ~


At the University of Maryland, my first year I started off planning to major in art because I was interested in theatre design, stage design or television design.
~By Jim Henson ~


The runs started in Thailand after the IMF intervened in such a dramatic way. Then the IMF came to Indonesia.
~By Jeffrey Sachs ~


As I absorbed life here and understood it better, I just completely fell in love with England.
~By Gwyneth Paltrow ~


We are the children of our landscape; it dictates behavior and even thought in the measure to which we are responsive to it.
~By Lawrence Durrell ~


I'm tired of malicious articles slandering me.
~By Barbra Streisand ~


Fortunately for England, all her imports are raw materials.
~By Joseph Hume ~


The thing generally raised on city land is taxes.
~By Charles Dudley Warner ~


What I am interested in now is the landscape. Pictures without people. I wouldn't be surprised if eventually there are no people in my pictures. It is so emotional.
~By Annie Leibovitz ~


The problem with Ireland is that it's a country full of genius, but with absolutely no talent.
~By Hugh Leonard ~


As long as you do the best work that you can and not make it bland... because you're going down a lane that is trying to make everybody happy. You have to take an angle on these things.
~By Gerard Butler ~


Europe, in legend, has always been the home of subtle philosophical discussion; America was the land of grubby pragmatism.
~By Daniel Bell ~


It's nice to come into a town and be referred to as the manager of the Cleveland Indians instead of as the first black manager.
~By Frank Robinson ~


There is such a desire to give everybody a piece, we're probably wasting a great deal of homeland security money trying to be politically correct, when we really need to make sure that our cities get the money they need.
~By Shelley Berkley ~


America, thou half-brother of the world; with something good and bad of every land.
~By Philip James Bailey ~


We are Bayern Munich and English teams always have trouble as soon as they leave the island.
~By Oliver Kahn ~


Could I pass a week in the insane ward at Blackwell's Island? I said I could and I would. And I did.
~By Nellie Bly ~


Luckily, many other people tell me how they have had a particular landscape photograph of mine in their office or bedroom for 15 years and it always speaks to them strongly whenever they see it.
~By Galen Rowell ~


If you're going to spend seven months of your life - for me seven months, for Roland Emmerich, 3, 4, 5 years of his life - doing something, I think you have to have something to say.
~By Jake Gyllenhaal ~


Tea-shops were to become my favourite haunts in England.
~By Zola Budd ~


I'm now the hitting the instructor with the Cleveland Indians.
~By Eddie Murray ~


I was born in Liverpool in England, and I lived there for the first nine years of my life.
~By Peter Shaffer ~


My father died in 1930, but if you told him or anybody almost in that time that you'd be able to sit back in England and watch a cricket game in Australia, they'd have you put in the loony bin.
~By Desmond Llewelyn ~


Virginia is the absolute leader in homeland security and defense and information technology.
~By Mark Warner ~


With Jackson there was quiet solitude. Just to sit and look at the landscape. An inner quietness. After dinner, to sit on the back porch and look at the light. No need for talking. For any kind of communication.
~By Lee Krasner ~


Thus the liberties of Holland and Flanders waxed, daily, stronger.
~By John Lothrop Motley ~


I think England has served me very well. I like living in London for the reasons I gave. I have absolutely no intentions of cutting those ties. There is absolutely no reason to do so. Certainly not, so that I can have a swimming pool and a palm tree.
~By Colin Firth ~


Even the pyramids might one day disappear, but not the Palestinians longing for their homeland.
~By Eduard Shevardnadze ~


We have forgotten that we have not come to an empty land to inherit it, but we have come to conquer a country from people inhabiting it, that governs it by the virtue of its language and savage culture.
~By Moshe Sharett ~


I have enjoyed the years enormously in Cleveland and especially in Baltimore.
~By Art Modell ~


Oh, all kinds of lunacy happens in Ireland, all kinds of lunacy.
~By Anjelica Huston ~


The land of literature is a fairy land to those who view it at a distance, but, like all other landscapes, the charm fades on a nearer approach, and the thorns and briars become visible.
~By Washington Irving ~


The relationship I have to my fatherland is like that of mothers with crippled children: they love them all the more, the more crippled they are. Germany is the background of all my plans, the return to Germany.
~By Friedrich List ~


Then my own TV chat show in England in 1989.
~By Suzi Quatro ~


Tomorrow morning before we depart, I intend to land and see what can be found in the neighborhood.
~By Christopher Columbus ~


It has always been difficult to get Big Bird to be very pretty. Big Bird in England is much more gorgeous.
~By Jim Henson ~


When I was a child in the 1940s and early 1950s, my parents and grandparents spoke of Britain as home, and New Zealand had this strong sense of identity and coherence as being part of the commonwealth and a the identity of its people as being British.
~By Michael King ~


They say any landing you can walk away from is a good one.
~By Alan Shepard ~


I didn't expect to be dropped by England.
~By Rio Ferdinand ~


So I think that I can say, as the President of Poland, we're proud that I am coming from Poland, which is different and what's more important, much better than before.
~By Aleksander Kwasniewski ~


After every movie, I always kick myself for the same things-didn't do enough, not enough variation, not enough interesting choices, too bland.
~By Robin Wright Penn ~


If I agree to dispose of any part of our land to the white people I would feel guilty of taking food away from our children's mouths, and I do not wish to be that mean.
~By Sitting Bull ~


We may have bad weather in Ireland, but the sun shines in the hearts of the people and that keeps us all warm.
~By Marianne Williamson ~


It is therefore not unreasonable to suppose that some portion of the neglect of science in England, may be attributed to the system of education we pursue.
~By Charles Babbage ~


The system has for its object an increase of persons that are to intervene between the producer and the consumer, living on the product of the land and labour of others, diminishing the power of the first, and increasing the number of the last.
~By Henry Charles Carey ~


There is no Frigate like a book to take us lands away nor any coursers like a page of prancing Poetry.
~By Emily Dickinson ~


Racism is a much more clandestine, much more hidden kind of phenomenon, but at the same time it's perhaps far more terrible than it's ever been.
~By Angela Davis ~


If war should break out between England and Japan, the latter would suffer much more than the former.
~By Townsend Harris ~


We are expected to believe that anyone who objects to the Department of Homeland Security or the USA Patriot Act is a terrorist, and that the only way to preserve our freedom is to hand it over to the government for safekeeping.
~By L. Neil Smith ~


It's such a performance to bring stuff into America. It's a great luxury when I am in England.
~By Terence Stamp ~


The ever increasing spiritual damage caused by life within the big city will make this hunger practically uncontrollable when we build here on this the landscape of our homeland we must be clear that we will protect its beauty.
~By Fritz Todt ~


In England, the profession of the law is that which seems to hold out the strongest attraction to talent, from the circumstance, that in it ability, coupled with exertion, even though unaided by patronage, cannot fail of obtaining reward.
~By Charles Babbage ~


If I told you about a land of love, friend, would you follow me and come?
~By Yunus Emre ~


Under the auspices of peace, our comprehensive renaissance will be built, and it will be a model for those who wish to emulate it in the greater Arab homeland.
~By King Hussein I ~


The weather in England can really darken your spirits.
~By Claire Forlani ~


A collective tyrant, spread over the length and breadth of the land, is no more acceptable than a single tyrant ensconced on his throne.
~By Georges Clemenceau ~


Landscape is to American painting what sex and psychoanalysis are to the American novel.
~By Robert Hughes ~


You know what happened, you know, in 1938: France, England, you know, just sold out Czechoslovakia to Hitler.
~By Milos Forman ~


Well, again working strictly to the film, where you had this lovely, lovely land of brightness and color. And everybody is smiling and happy and butterflies flitting around and it was that kind of image that, it was like a dream world, really.
~By George Martin ~


We shall not fight for the preservation of the enemy, which has laid waste with death and desolation the fields and hills of Ireland for 700 years.
~By James Larkin ~


You cannot, in human experience, rush into the light. You have to go through the twilight into the broadening day before the noon comes and the full sun is upon the landscape.
~By Woodrow Wilson ~


My grandfather was a cop in Long Island. I often try to draw on things that I've heard about him.
~By Yancy Butler ~


The more consciously democratic Americans became, however, the less they were satisfied with a conception of the Promised Land, which went no farther than a pervasive economic prosperity guaranteed by free institutions.
~By Herbert Croly ~


My name was originally John Collins, but I just didn't think it had the flair I needed. I found out the poet laureate of Poland was named Krasinski and so it seemed like a shoe-in for show business.
~By John Krasinski ~


The whole territory of the Netherlands was girt with forests.
~By John Lothrop Motley ~


Today, the rich bottom land of the Misssissippi is under water and no foreign land has sent a dollar to help.
~By Gordon Sinclair ~


I hope to read a Harry Potter novel soon, to see what it's all about. I admit to being annoyed that many good light fantasy writers have had trouble getting published, in England and elsewhere, when it is obvious the readers were waiting for us all along.
~By Piers Anthony ~


If people really liked to work, we'd still be plowing the land with sticks and transporting goods on our backs.
~By William Feather ~


A great lie is like a great fish on dry land; it may fret and fling and make a frightful bother, but it cannot hurt you. You have only to keep still, and it will die of itself.
~By George Crabbe ~


True conservation provides for wise use by the general public. The American people do not want our resources preserved for the exclusive use of the wealthy. These land and water resources belong to the people, and people of all income levels should have easy access to them.
~By George D. Aiken ~


We can take full comfort in realizing the continuing strength of our nation. America's lands remain radiantly rich with diversity, and freedom still reigns.
~By Ben Nelson ~


A lot of student directors used to pick other students to be in their graduate films, so. I ended up doing a couple of them just for fun. Eventually, I got an agent through a friend and I did some commercials; then I got Knots Landing.
~By Brian Austin Green ~


That generation of Germans, along with volunteers from Denmark, Holland, even England and the Free India division and so on, we Europeans were alert and awake to the danger of Bolshevism.
~By Ernst Zundel ~

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