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Raymond Damadian Quotes By W. Dale Cramer: couldn't, either. They didn't know this couldn't, either. They didn't know this — W. Dale Cramer
Raymond Damadian Quotes By Philip James Bailey: Respect is what we owe; love, what we Respect is what we owe; love, what we give. — Philip James Bailey
Raymond Damadian Quotes By Linda Morris: Your problem is a serious lack of imagination. Your problem is a serious lack of imagination. You can't imagine being different than you are. — Linda Morris
Raymond Damadian Quotes By Zach Sobiech: What makes you happy is seeing someone else What makes you happy is seeing someone else smile because you put it there. That's what's awesome about living in this world. — Zach Sobiech
Raymond Damadian Quotes By Angelina Grimke: Thou art blind to the danger of marrying Thou art blind to the danger of marrying a woman who feels and acts out the principle of equal rights. — Angelina Grimke
Raymond Damadian Quotes By Leslie Moonves: The reason I've been able to maintain my The reason I've been able to maintain my position of chairman of CBS in addition to all the Viacom stuff is my team. — Leslie Moonves
Raymond Damadian Quotes By Napoleon Bonaparte: Half of the people in the world are Half of the people in the world are below average. — Napoleon Bonaparte
Raymond Damadian Quotes By J.R. Rim: The hardest calling in our lives is to The hardest calling in our lives is to be truly ourselves. — J.R. Rim
Raymond Damadian Quotes By Janet Evanovich: Are you laughing? I can feel you laughing. Are you laughing? I can feel you laughing. My life isn't funny!" "Babe, your life should be a prime-time sitcom. — Janet Evanovich
Raymond Damadian Quotes By Johnny Damon: I blame myself every night we lose. I blame myself every night we lose. — Johnny Damon
Raymond Damadian Quotes By Benjamin Graham: It is a misfortune of the times that It is a misfortune of the times that all of us must needs be amateur economists-including, and perhaps especially, the professionals. — Benjamin Graham