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Without Making Any Other Adjustments Quotes By Johan Santana: In the future, I want to be consistent In the future, I want to be consistent from Day 1. We're still making adjustments. I still believe that I can be better. Johan Santana
Without Making Any Other Adjustments Quotes By Barry Hannah: I think women are closer to God than I think women are closer to God than we are. They walk right out there like they know what they're doing. Barry Hannah
Without Making Any Other Adjustments Quotes By John Krasinski: I learned that the best way to work I learned that the best way to work is to allow the scene to live on its own before making major adjustments, whether in rehearsal or on film. — John Krasinski
Without Making Any Other Adjustments Quotes By Elizabeth McGovern: Well, when I moved to England I was Well, when I moved to England I was making a lot of personal adjustments because I was getting married and starting a family, that sort of thing. — Elizabeth McGovern
Without Making Any Other Adjustments Quotes By Jim Evans: Most plays that are missed by the umpire Most plays that are missed by the umpire are caused by the umpire not reading those cues early enough and making the proper adjustments. — Jim Evans
Without Making Any Other Adjustments Quotes By Robert Glasper: I think there's good music out there. I I think there's good music out there. I just think that radio stations don't play it. — Robert Glasper
Without Making Any Other Adjustments Quotes By Eliphas Levi: Doubt is really a groping ignorance. Doubt is really a groping ignorance. — Eliphas Levi
Without Making Any Other Adjustments Quotes By Chanakya: A man is great by deeds, not by A man is great by deeds, not by birth. — Chanakya
Without Making Any Other Adjustments Quotes By Donald R. Hickey: Secretary of the treasury Albert Gallatin is accused Secretary of the treasury Albert Gallatin is accused of treason by war enthusiasts merely for suggesting budget adjustments to pay for war measures. — Donald R. Hickey