First Person Plural Quotes

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First Person Plural Quotes By Stephen R. Covey: what is the truth about the inner motivations, what is the truth about the inner motivations, character, and ambition of those who hold power? Stephen R. Covey
First Person Plural Quotes By Beryl Dov: How 'We' Assume the Throne [10w] We've become How 'We' Assume the Throne [10w]
We've become royalty
when the first-person-singular leaps
into the first-person-plural. — Beryl Dov
First Person Plural Quotes By F Scott Fitzgerald: A squalid phantasmagoria of breath A squalid phantasmagoria of breath — F Scott Fitzgerald
First Person Plural Quotes By Laurence Boldt: The hero, in living her own life, in The hero, in living her own life, in being true to herself; radiates a light by which others may see their own way. — Laurence Boldt
First Person Plural Quotes By Otis Rush: Nobody can tell you how the blues feel Nobody can tell you how the blues feel unless they have the blues. We all take it differently. — Otis Rush
First Person Plural Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: The object of oratory alone is not truth, The object of oratory alone is not truth, but persuasion. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
First Person Plural Quotes By Coventry Patmore: Ask abundantly, for the measure of your asking Ask abundantly, for the measure of your asking shall be that of your receiving. — Coventry Patmore
First Person Plural Quotes By Nasir: Real Love Spread Real Happiness! Real Love Spread Real Happiness! — Nasir
First Person Plural Quotes By Antoine De Saint-Exupery: I shall never again admire a merely brave I shall never again admire a merely brave man. — Antoine De Saint-Exupery
First Person Plural Quotes By Annette Vaillancourt: Let love flow out of you in big Let love flow out of you in big and small acts of kindness. Love is kindness with its work clothes on. — Annette Vaillancourt
First Person Plural Quotes By Dorothy Dunnett: We?' said Chancellor.'I am lavishly paid,' Danny said, We?' said Chancellor.

'I am lavishly paid,' Danny said, 'to think in the first person plural. — Dorothy Dunnett