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Excel Extract String Between Quotes By David Henry Hwang: I am almost famous in China, because I I am almost famous in China, because I have that Broadway cachet. David Henry Hwang
Excel Extract String Between Quotes By Lailah Gifty Akita: With positive mind-set, you can graciously withstand the With positive mind-set, you can graciously withstand the uncertainties of life. Lailah Gifty Akita
Excel Extract String Between Quotes By Clint Eastwood: The guys who won World War II and The guys who won World War II and that whole generation have disappeared, and now we have a bunch of teenage twits. — Clint Eastwood
Excel Extract String Between Quotes By Bruce Springsteen: When I first started in rock, I had When I first started in rock, I had a big guy's audience for my early records. I had a very straight image, particularly through the mid '80s. — Bruce Springsteen
Excel Extract String Between Quotes By Kurt Vonnegut: I couldn't survive my own pessimism if I I couldn't survive my own pessimism if I didn't have some kind of sunny little dream. — Kurt Vonnegut
Excel Extract String Between Quotes By Jim Sturgess: It's always interesting to me to tell stories It's always interesting to me to tell stories that come from difficult political climates. — Jim Sturgess
Excel Extract String Between Quotes By Jonathan Maberry: But sometimes shame is a more powerful engine But sometimes shame is a more powerful engine than rage. Like rage, it burns hot; and like rage it tends to consume its own furnace. — Jonathan Maberry
Excel Extract String Between Quotes By Brent Weeks: It is in carrying heavier burdens than we It is in carrying heavier burdens than we think we can bear that we become stronger. — Brent Weeks
Excel Extract String Between Quotes By Abhijit Naskar: Real science begins with curiosity and madness. Real science begins with curiosity and madness. — Abhijit Naskar