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Modicum Quotes By Peter Horton: I consider myself a reasonable man. As such, I consider myself a reasonable man. As such, I tend to expect others to behave with a modicum of reason and common sense. Especially those with power. — Peter Horton
Modicum Quotes By Todd Rundgren: You do have a modicum of peace of You do have a modicum of peace of mind here, but it's as unsettled as any other place. — Todd Rundgren
Modicum Quotes By House: I love how everyone thinks it's so quaint I love how everyone thinks it's so quaint and childlike of me to expect a modicum of privacy around here.
-Remy "Thirteen" Hadley — House
Modicum Quotes By Fred Thompson: There's a lot more to competence than a There's a lot more to competence than a law degree and a modicum of courtroom skill. — Fred Thompson
Modicum Quotes By Paul Haggis: Even a modicum of celebrity is hard to Even a modicum of celebrity is hard to deal with. You see it with actors and directors all the time. — Paul Haggis
Modicum Quotes By Anthony Mackie: I like movies. Movies have afforded me a I like movies. Movies have afforded me a modicum of luxuries. The thing about the movies is, if you're bad in a movie, you're bad forever. — Anthony Mackie
Modicum Quotes By James Lovelock: So-called 'sustainable development' ... is meaningless drivel. So-called 'sustainable development' ... is meaningless drivel. — James Lovelock
Modicum Quotes By Domhnall Gleeson: I think the whole thing is: If it I think the whole thing is: If it makes sense in your head, the audience will go along with it. — Domhnall Gleeson
Modicum Quotes By Aristotle.: Happiness seems to require a modicum of external Happiness seems to require a modicum of external prosperity. — Aristotle.
Modicum Quotes By Lonny Lee: Every myth has a modicum of truth Every myth has a modicum of truth — Lonny Lee
Modicum Quotes By Anne Lamott: Everyone is flailing through this life without an Everyone is flailing through this life without an owner's manual, with whatever modicum of grace and good humor we can manage. — Anne Lamott
Modicum Quotes By Sherwood Anderson: When a job is to be done there's When a job is to be done there's no use putting it off. — Sherwood Anderson
Modicum Quotes By Lionel Suggs: I affirm the qualia of reality, for the I affirm the qualia of reality, for the principle of wisdom captivates the thought, even if it's only offering a mere modicum of value in belief. — Lionel Suggs
Modicum Quotes By Anonymous: offered a modicum of privacy, and for an offered a modicum of privacy, and for an overnight price of only 50 Heller. — Anonymous
Modicum Quotes By Jane Jacobs: People must take a modicum of public responsibility People must take a modicum of public responsibility for each other even if they have no ties to each other. — Jane Jacobs
Modicum Quotes By Diane Keaton: Humor helps us get through life with a Humor helps us get through life with a modicum of grace. It offers one of the few benign ways of coping with the absurdity of it all. — Diane Keaton
Modicum Quotes By Milla Jovovich: There are many times where even I, at There are many times where even I, at certain points in the evening, after a few drinks, can't pronounce my own surname. — Milla Jovovich
Modicum Quotes By George Murray: I am certainly suffering from a modicum of I am certainly suffering from a modicum of performance anxiety. — George Murray
Modicum Quotes By Colum McCann: Life must pass through difficulty in order to Life must pass through difficulty in order to achieve any modicum of beauty. — Colum McCann
Modicum Quotes By Ruskin Bond: For the most time I've followed instinct rather For the most time I've followed instinct rather than intelligence, and this has resulted in a modicum of happiness. — Ruskin Bond
Modicum Quotes By Penn Jillette: There is no reason for the government to There is no reason for the government to limit political speech. — Penn Jillette
Modicum Quotes By Ram Dass: You can be still and still moving. Content You can be still and still moving. Content even in your discontent. — Ram Dass