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When you're Judy Garland and you want something, you just pick up the phone and call somebody. Anybody.
~By Lorna Luft ~


It is a pity that instead of the Pilgrim Fathers landing on Plymouth Rock, Plymouth Rock had not landed on the Pilgrim Fathers.
~By Chauncey Depew ~


Wherever you look there are inspirations, books, literature, paintings, landscapes, everything. Just living is an inspiration.
~By Gavin Rossdale ~


Well of course New Zealand isn't anti-American.
~By Helen Clark ~


Eventually, in '84, we made a film for a little over a million dollars - with American actors that was shot in English - that was shown in Finland A little action film called Born American.
~By Renny Harlin ~


The thing which grieves and oppresses my heart with respect to poor Scotland, is the hardness of heart manifest in the levity and cruelty with which they speak of others.
~By Edward Irving ~


The good is, like nature, an immense landscape in which man advances through centuries of exploration.
~By Jose Ortega y Gasset ~


Why should Ireland be treated as a geographical fragment of England - Ireland is not a geographical fragment, but a nation.
~By Charles Stewart Parnell ~


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 ~


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


Village cricket spread fast through the land.
~By G. M. Trevelyan ~


That's one of the reasons I moved to Florida. Of course, the main reason is the weather and the training. But there's more jealousy in Switzerland because it's so little and they don't have so many athletes.
~By Martina Hingis ~


Certainly one of the more common experiences in the jazz field is discovering someone new. Improvising musicians are capable of being musical travelers, voyagers. We want to join in on whatever we hear. There is a freedom to wander the musical landscape.
~By Gary Burton ~


The society of dead authors has this advantage over that of the living: they never flatter us to our faces, nor slander us behind our backs, nor intrude upon our privacy, nor quit their shelves until we take them down.
~By Charles Caleb Colton ~


New Zealand is the only country I know well enough to write about. It can sometimes lead to complications.
~By Margaret Mahy ~


War will never cease until babies begin to come into the world with larger cerebrums and smaller adrenal glands.
~By H. L. Mencken ~


By and large, women in New Zealand are fortunate compared with some other countries, including many in our own region. But there is still progress to be made.
~By Jenny Shipley ~


We have not invaded anyone. We have not conquered anyone. We have not grabbed their land, their culture, their history and tried to enforce our way of life on them.
~By Abdul Kalam ~


One American said that the most interesting thing about Holy Ireland was that its people hate each other in the name of Jesus Christ. And they do!
~By Bernadette Devlin ~


The academy awards in England; it's a classy affair as well.
~By Brenda Blethyn ~


When Robert Frost was alive, I was known as the other new England poet, which is to be barely known at all.
~By Howard Nemerov ~


We feel the value is in the land, not the improvements.
~By Mike Simpson ~


First you wonder if they're separate stories, but no, they're not, they're contingent stories and they form a pattern. And you begin with some of the island as the place to which the heroine of the book returns.
~By Robert Creeley ~


After all the fertile land in the immediate neighbourhood of the first settlers were cultivated, if capital and population increased, more food would be required, and it could only be procured from land not so advantageously situated.
~By David Ricardo ~


I think childhood is to everyone a lost land.
~By Dennis Potter ~


It's the change of rhythm which I think is what keeps me alive. In Spain I hear so much noise from my window that can't stand it. In Switzerland it's the lack of noise that drives me crazy.
~By Geraldine Chaplin ~


My agent tells me I am drawing the largest salary ever paid in the halls of England. Wonderful, isn't it? for a quiet, rural gardener like myself.
~By Lillie Langtry ~


England and Greece are friends. English blood was shed on Greek soil in the war against fascism, and Greeks gave their lives to protect English pilots.
~By Melina Mercouri ~


Mourning Ruby is not a flat landscape: it is more like a box with pictures painted on every face. And each face is also a door which opens, I hope, to take the reader deep into the book.
~By Helen Dunmore ~


Is there an equality of power between America and Iraq? Definitely not; however, the Iraqi people are standing fast and are defending their land courageously.
~By Bashar al-Assad ~


I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape. Something waits beneath it; the whole story doesn't show.
~By Andrew Wyeth ~


What white man can say I never stole his land or a penny of his money? Yet they say that I am a thief.
~By Sitting Bull ~


Ireland sober is Ireland stiff.
~By James Joyce ~


Iceland, though it lies so far to the north that it is partly within the Arctic Circle, is, like Norway, Scotland, and Ireland, affected by the Gulf Stream, so that considerable portions of it are quite habitable.
~By Harry Johnston ~


I came back out here from England and I was there for a while and it was beautiful and it is just great to see London going from Spring to Summer and Autumn.
~By Orlando Bloom ~


What was the reason for invading Iraq' Was it a humanitarian crusade or an economic one' I would be inclined to say the latter. It was the same with the Civil War, because the landed gentry's money was being stolen by the king.
~By Dougray Scott ~


America is terrified of the passage of time. Prozac Nation. Land of Face Lifts.
~By Dirk Benedict ~


I mean the interesting thing I think would be if something happened like, what happened in England where all these kids that all of a sudden can't afford the ticket prices.
~By Lester Bangs ~


You can see when an actor gets bored: Their eyes go dead. I promised myself I'd never let that happen. If it does, I'll go and live on a desert island for a year.
~By Anna Friel ~


Native Americans are the original inhabitants of the land that now constitutes the United States. They have helped develop the fundamental principles of freedom of speech and separation of powers that form the foundation of the United States Government.
~By Joe Baca ~


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


You have to kill to survive. People have been doing it forever. I eat meat, and I eat fish. If I were on a deserted island I would need that to survive.
~By Benicio Del Toro ~


Neither let us be slandered from our duty by false accusations against us, nor frightened from it by menaces of destruction to the Government nor of dungeons to ourselves.
~By George Haven Putnam ~


Every article on these islands has an almost personal character, which gives this simple life, where all art is unknown, something of the artistic beauty of medieval life.
~By John Millington Synge ~


Any landscape is a condition of the spirit.
~By Henri Frederic Amiel ~


I grew up in Columbus, Indiana, a kind of industrial and farmland place.
~By Stephen Sprouse ~


American troops have not only occupied Ulster but are arriving in increasing numbers in England.
~By John Amery ~


Like sex in Victorian England, the reality of Big Business today is our big dirty secret.
~By Ralph Nader ~


When I was rising eighteen I persuaded my parents to let me return to Australia and at least see whether I could adapt myself to life on the land before going up to Cambridge.
~By Patrick White ~


You have the highest of human trusts committed to your care. Providence has showered on this favored land blessings without number, and has chosen you as the guardians of freedom, to preserve it for the benefit of the human race.
~By J. Reuben Clark ~


I think in England you eat too much sugar and meat and not enough vegetables.
~By Arsene Wenger ~


I went to England in the '70s, and I was in my early 20s. There was still a residue of that era of being an underclass or colonial. I assume it must have been a more aggressive and prominent attitude 40 years before that, because Australia internationally wasn't regarded as having much cultural value. We were a country full of sheep and convicts.
~By Geoffrey Rush ~


I've never told you the story of Alice in Wonderland, have I?
~By Edgar Bergen ~


The older ideas are rendering more and more bland music.
~By Tom Jenkinson ~


Churchill knew the importance of peace, and he also knew the price of it. Churchill finally got his voice, of course. He stressed strategy, but it was his voice that armed England at last with the old-fashioned moral concepts of honor and duty, justice and mercy.
~By Suzanne Fields ~


When I was a kid, I remember playing hockey outside and whenever you did, you thought about playing for Finland vs. Sweden. That's just the way it was.
~By Teemu Selanne ~


And in the last sentence I would like also to mention that Poland is one of the countries with which the United States has run strategic dialogues since last year.
~By Marek Belka ~


I think if we're going to have to landfill trash, and I think we basically have to, we might as well get the upside for it and dedicate that upside to improving the environment in so many different ways.
~By Ed Rendell ~


If you were to open up a baby's head - and I am not for a moment suggesting that you should - you would find nothing but an enormous drool gland.
~By Dave Barry ~


My capital budget maintains my commitment to the education of children, health of the Chesapeake Bay, and safety of all Maryland citizens. We will continue to focus on the five pillars of my Administration as we build today and look forward to the projects of the future.
~By Robert. L. Ehrlich ~


Obviously I was challenged by becoming a Naval aviator, by landing aboard aircraft carriers and so on.
~By Alan Shepard ~


The States which form the northern border of the United States westward from the Great Lakes to the Pacific coast include an area several times larger than France and could contain ten Englands and still have room to spare.
~By John Moody ~


While the struggle for religious liberty had proceeded without large-scale bloodshed in New England and elsewhere in the United States, the struggle for political liberty had not fared so well.
~By Paul Harris ~


Now that we have a democracy and you can go back and the airport air is not laden with evil any more, you can actually breathe oxygen when you land in Johannesburg.
~By Janet Suzman ~


I fell in love with Scotland and made good friends here, so I stayed after graduating with Honours in Chemistry.
~By Steve Blake ~


Today, for the first time in history, a Bishop of Rome sets foot on English soil. This fair land, once a distant outpost of the pagan world, has become, through the preaching of the Gospel, a beloved and gifted portion of Christ's vineyard.
~By Pope John Paul II ~


New Zealand's taken some very significant decisions in relation to defence in the last two years.
~By Jenny Shipley ~


One hundred years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth, the Spanish government issued a decree authorizing the enslavement of the American Indian as in accord with the law of God and man.
~By Nelson A. Miles ~


And I think in your 40s, you land a little bit, physically and mentally, you arrive at a place where you feel you've learned some stuff. Having children at that point meant I had something very useful to do for the next 20 years.
~By Mark Strong ~


There's no way New Orleans will ever be the city it was. I think it will have half the population. They may create a sort of Disneyland at the French Quarter for tourists. The rest I don't know.
~By Geraldo Rivera ~


The New England conscience doesn't keep you from doing what you shouldn't - it just keeps you from enjoying it.
~By Isaac Bashevis Singer ~


That's what I loved about Temptation Island. I don't even know why they did it.
~By Kathy Griffin ~


The other exception where we did not at all restore the place to its original condition is the Surrounded Islands. Before we installed our fabric, we had our workers remove 42 tons of garbage off the beaches of those islands. We never brought the garbage back.
~By Christo ~


Very good coaches for ski jumpers stand at the top of the slope and watch the jumpers prepare, rather than standing at the bottom and watching them land.
~By Roland Joffe ~


My father's generation gave to my generation a land of wealth and purpose and world economic dominance.
~By Paul Tsongas ~


It's a tough life being a pop star. You know, at the end of the day when you've paid all the bills and put the kids through college and that, you know, there's only enough left for a small island off the South Pacific.
~By Larry Mullen ~


We never had planned to hijack a ship. We never thought of any war plans outside the Palestinian lands. We wished that the program had not failed and then the warriors could have achieved their goals.
~By Abu Abbas ~


In more recent years, I've become more and more fascinated with the indigenous folklore of this land, Native American folklore, and also Hispanic folklore now that I live in the Southwest.
~By Terri Windling ~


And that was what I was asking to happen and I was told that the indictment would be signed, but I was coming to the end of my one-year contract, I had to return to New Zealand for personal reasons.
~By Tony Greig ~


New Zealand, by the way, where I was ambassador, has had two women prime ministers - one from either party.
~By Carol Moseley Braun ~


You cannot expect so much freedom in a land of 1.3 billion people.
~By Alex Chiu ~


Pouring concrete on land you don't own is called a calculated risk, if you don't pour you loose millions.
~By Eddie Perez ~


Thank God I have the seeing eye, that is to say, as I lie in bed I can walk step by step on the fells and rough land seeing every stone and flower and patch of bog and cotton pass where my old legs will never take me again.
~By Beatrix Potter ~


I have been taking my daily walk round the island, and visited the sugar mill and the threshing mill again.
~By Fanny Kemble ~


But I will say that living in Ireland has changed the cadence and fullness of speech, since the Irish love words and use as many of them in a sentence as possible.
~By Anne McCaffrey ~


There was the joke about Switzerland being an island surrounded by land. This was never true.
~By Samuel Schmid ~


It was always something I knew I was capable of and from an early age my mother was involved in the film industry. She used to work at a production company. So I was exposed to a renaissance period of films in New Zealand back in the early 80's.
~By Karl Urban ~


The anguish in London is a vivid reminder of why we cannot relent in taking the steps necessary to defend our homeland from the present terrorist threat.
~By Mike Pence ~


Until 1914 I loved to travel; I often went to Italy and once spent a few months in India. Since then I have almost entirely abandoned travelling, and I have not been outside of Switzerland for over ten years.
~By Herman Hesse ~


I came from Long Island, so I had a lot of experience at the stick. I played in junior high school, then I played in high school. The technical aspect of the game was my forte. I had all that experience, then I had strength and I was in good condition.
~By Jim Brown ~


The government can still conduct clandestine searches of innocent people's private information such as library, medical, and financial records. This is wrong and should have been addressed in a true compromise.
~By Jose Serrano ~


Now, I've never flown in space; but the folks who have say that on landing day, you know, you've just spent maybe a week and a half, sometimes two weeks in orbit and you're used to the things happening slowly in space.
~By Duane G. Carey ~


There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning.
~By Thornton Wilder ~


Unhappy the land that is in need of heroes.
~By Bertolt Brecht ~


The participation of the people in their own government was the more significant, because the colonies actually had what England only seemed to have, - three departments of government.
~By Albert Bushnell Hart ~


I started off in England and very few people knew I was Australian. I mean, the clues were in the poems, but they didn't read them very carefully, and so for years and years I was considered completely part of the English poetry scene.
~By Peter Porter ~


We live in a state with a wonderful climate and plenty of natural beauty, from the shores of Cumberland Island to the Chattahoochee River to the Blue Ridge Mountains.
~By Roy Barnes ~


I don't think there's much point in bemoaning the state of the world unless there's some way you can think of to improve it. Otherwise, don't bother writing a book; go and find a tropical island and lie in the sun.
~By Peter Singer ~


Yeah, we went to England to do a show and I got off the plane and I couldn't write my name or hold my hand up.
~By Johnny Winter ~


Where does a man get inspiration to write a song like that? Well, he gets it from the landlady once a month.
~By John Michael Hayes ~

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