Drop Related Quotes



“Having four or five institutions drop out and then have two new ones step in is not necessarily the answer.”

David Towne


}

“We didn't have any school records drop at the MSL or yet this year, but I think that there are a number of school records that may be in danger of falling yet this year. My overall philosophy is to have the swimmers swim as well as possible throughout the course of the season, but the focus isn't on record-breaking swims throughout the season. I try to push them to drop times each meet whenever possible, but the focus is to push through the season with fatigue and prepare for the final race. ... I think we should see some great finishes to the season.”

Dave Christie


}

“While some of the slowdown ... is likely due to seasonal effects, the significant drop-off is likely the sign of a more pronounced slowing in the real-estate market.”

Safa Rashtchy


}

“Now, if you drop your keys at night, can't find the fuse box during a power outage, have trouble finding your seat in a dark theatre or are struggling to read a menu, map, receipt or a label, you've got the solution right on your wrist. Oh, and it also tells time!”

Chris Mckay


}

“I am pleased that after a thorough investigation - one in which I cooperated fully - the committee has decided to drop this matter.”

Rafael Palmeiro


}

“We knew it was going to go for a touchdown. The great ones don't drop balls in the Super Bowl, and I want to be considered one of the great ones.”

Hines Ward


}

“I to the world am like a drop of waterThat in the ocean seeks another drop,Who, falling there to find his fellow forth,Unseen, inquisitive, confounds himself.”

William Shakespeare


}

“Prices go up quickly but drop slowly.”

Ray Gilmer


}

“You'll often come across a 300-or 400-foot drop off the side of the road. At first it looks bad. After 15 hours, you just don't care,”

Dave Anderson


}

“My prediction is this: Building permits nationally will drop somewhere around 5 percent, but the Southeast and my markets will be roughly the same as 2005 unless some major events happen, such as a disruption in (the) oil supply.”

Dale Akins


}