Eminent Quotes

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Eminent Quotes By Wilbur Smith: My first novel was rejected by some of My first novel was rejected by some of the most eminent publishers in the world. Starting again was a real wrench. — Wilbur Smith
Eminent Quotes By Tacitus: An eminent reputation is as dangerous as a An eminent reputation is as dangerous as a bad one. — Tacitus
Eminent Quotes By Jacky Fleming: Darwin said if you made a list of Darwin said if you made a list of eminent men, next of a list of eminent women, it was obvious that men were better at everything. — Jacky Fleming
Eminent Quotes By William Godwin: It is probable that there is no one It is probable that there is no one thing that it is of eminent importance for a child to learn. — William Godwin
Eminent Quotes By Jose Maria Peman: The most eminent virtue is doing simply what The most eminent virtue is doing simply what we have to do. — Jose Maria Peman
Eminent Quotes By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: We must name the eminent and fascinating Prince We must name the eminent and fascinating Prince N. - once the vanquisher of female hearts all over Europe. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Eminent Quotes By Jean De La Bruyere: A man must have very eminent qualities to A man must have very eminent qualities to hold his own without being polite. — Jean De La Bruyere
Eminent Quotes By Bharat Budhani: I really never cared about any occupation or I really never cared about any occupation or stream. I just wanted to be an eminent personality. — Bharat Budhani
Eminent Quotes By Winston Churchill: Even the most eminent persons are subject to Even the most eminent persons are subject to the laws of gravity. — Winston Churchill
Eminent Quotes By Aristotle.: Those who have been eminent in philosophy, politics, Those who have been eminent in philosophy, politics, poetry, and the arts have all had tendencies toward melancholia. — Aristotle.
Eminent Quotes By P. J. O'Rourke: Governments have monopolies on certain things, like eminent Governments have monopolies on certain things, like eminent domain and deadly force. — P. J. O'Rourke
Eminent Quotes By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: Reason can never be popular. Passions and feelings Reason can never be popular. Passions and feelings may become popular, but reason will always remain the sole property of a few eminent individuals. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Eminent Quotes By Lytton Strachey: There was hardly an eminent writer in Paris There was hardly an eminent writer in Paris who was unacquainted with the inside of the Conciergerie or the Bastille. — Lytton Strachey
Eminent Quotes By Livy: When Numa died, Rome by the twin disciplines When Numa died, Rome by the twin disciplines of peace and war was as eminent for self-mastery as for military power. — Livy
Eminent Quotes By George Bernard Shaw: Life levels all men. Death reveals the eminent. Life levels all men. Death reveals the eminent. — George Bernard Shaw
Eminent Quotes By Jean Francois Paul De Gondi: Persecution to persons in a high rank stands Persecution to persons in a high rank stands them in the stead of eminent virtue. — Jean Francois Paul De Gondi
Eminent Quotes By Seneca The Younger: It is the practice of the multitude to It is the practice of the multitude to bark at eminent men, as little dogs do at strangers. — Seneca The Younger
Eminent Quotes By Richard Rogers: Cities depend on a healthy mix of uses Cities depend on a healthy mix of uses and people for their vitality. As a pre-eminent world city, London is a magnet to people from across the globe. — Richard Rogers
Eminent Quotes By Anna Seward: Though just biographical record will touch the failings Though just biographical record will touch the failings of the good and the eminent with tenderness. — Anna Seward
Eminent Quotes By Sunday Adelaja: God created you not as an ordinary personality, God created you not as an ordinary personality, but eminent, peculiar, and with a special assignment — Sunday Adelaja
Eminent Quotes By Joseph Addison: A man improves more by reading the story A man improves more by reading the story of a person eminent for prudence and virtue, than by the finest rules and precepts of morality. — Joseph Addison
Eminent Quotes By Ron Rash: What does eminent domain mean?" Stewart asked. "It What does eminent domain mean?" Stewart asked. "It means you're shit out of luck," Ross said. — Ron Rash
Eminent Quotes By Erwin Chargaff: He [said of one or other eminent colleagues] He [said of one or other eminent colleagues] is a very busy man, and half of what he publishes is true, but I don't know which half. — Erwin Chargaff
Eminent Quotes By Bernard Suits: Reference to eminent figures of the past serves Reference to eminent figures of the past serves to lend tone to what would otherwise be merely an honest search for the truth. — Bernard Suits
Eminent Quotes By Jimmy Carter: The pre-eminent obstacle to peace is Israel's colonization The pre-eminent obstacle to peace is Israel's colonization of Palestine. — Jimmy Carter
Eminent Quotes By Terry Pratchett: I believe the term is 'eminent domain.'Ah, yes. I believe the term is 'eminent domain.'
Ah, yes. That means 'theft by the government, — Terry Pratchett
Eminent Quotes By Edna O'Brien: Writers, however mature and wise and eminent, are Writers, however mature and wise and eminent, are children at heart. — Edna O'Brien
Eminent Quotes By Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton: The worst part of an eminent man's conversation The worst part of an eminent man's conversation is, nine times out of ten, to be found in that part by which he means to be clever. — Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton
Eminent Quotes By Greg Smith: Change is eminent, control is an illusion, but Change is eminent, control is an illusion, but dreams are eternal. Believe in your dreams! — Greg Smith
Eminent Quotes By Ulysses S. Grant: The long-continued and useful public service and eminent The long-continued and useful public service and eminent purity of character of the deceased ex-President will be remembered. — Ulysses S. Grant
Eminent Quotes By Arthur Conan Doyle: I found myself regarding him as an isolated I found myself regarding him as an isolated phenomenon, a brain without a heart, as deficient in human sympathy as he was pre-eminent in intelligence. — Arthur Conan Doyle
Eminent Quotes By Winston Churchill: The substance of the eminent Socialist gentlemen's speech The substance of the eminent Socialist gentlemen's speech is that making a profit is a sin. It is my belief that the real sin is taking a loss! — Winston Churchill
Eminent Quotes By Anne-Therese De Marguenat De Courcelles: We like to know the weakness of eminent We like to know the weakness of eminent persons; it consoles us for our inferiority. — Anne-Therese De Marguenat De Courcelles
Eminent Quotes By Robert H. Eisenman: Your illustrations are really good." "You've mastered another Your illustrations are really good." "You've mastered another world than I. — Robert H. Eisenman
Eminent Quotes By Niall Ferguson: The rise of the West is, quite simply, The rise of the West is, quite simply, the pre-eminent historical phenomenon of the second half of the second millennium after Christ. — Niall Ferguson
Eminent Quotes By Orson F. Whitney: Jesus of Nazareth was a poet, no less Jesus of Nazareth was a poet, no less than a prophet, of pre-eminent genius. — Orson F. Whitney
Eminent Quotes By Thomas A Kempis: Few spirits are made better by the pain Few spirits are made better by the pain and languor of sickness; as few great pilgrims become eminent saints. — Thomas A Kempis
Eminent Quotes By Gough Whitlam: He is lofty, and I am eminent. He is lofty, and I am eminent. — Gough Whitlam
Eminent Quotes By Alfred Korzybski: Logic is the youth of mathematics, mathematics is Logic is the youth of mathematics, mathematics is the manhood of logic. This brilliant mot of the eminent philosopher of mathematics is no — Alfred Korzybski
Eminent Quotes By Jean De La Bruyere: Eminent station makes great men more great, and Eminent station makes great men more great, and little ones less. — Jean De La Bruyere