Instructed Related Quotes



Our instructed vagrancy, which has hardly time to linger by the hedgerows, but runs away early to the tropics, and is at home with palms and banyans - which is nourished on books of travel, and stretches the theatre of its imagination to the Zambesi.

George Eliot


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Governments are not built to perceive large truths. Only people can perceive great truths. Governments specialize in small and intermediate truths. They have to be instructed by their people in great truths.

Norman Cousins


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?[Talisman would not comment on the recent ruling.] The judge has instructed both parties not to argue the case in the press, ... And we are therefore unable to say anything.?

Barry Nelson


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The reader has certain rights. He bought your story. Think of this as an implicit contract. He's entitled to be entertained, instructed, amused; maybe all three. If he quits in the middle, or puts the book down feeling his time has been wasted, you're in violation.

Larry Niven


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“The Central Propaganda Department must have instructed the media who can report this news and who cannot.”

Yu Guoming


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“. . . for the most part the worst instructed, and the least knowing of any of their rank, I ever went amongst.”

Gilbert Burnet


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To her who gives and takes back all, to nature, the man who is instructed and modest says, Give what thou wilt; take back what thou wilt. And he says this not proudly, but obediently and well pleased with her.

Marcus Aurelius


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The instructed man is ashamed to pronounce in an Orphic manner what everybody knows, and because he is silent people think he is making fun of them.

Van Wyck Brooks


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“It appears there is some evidence that the officers and agents are being instructed to treat the amphitheater differently from other ABC licensees, which, if true, raises many serious legal and ethical questions.”

Kevin Martingayle


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Fascinatingly resilient the tenacity of a child. Not yet conditioned by society to give up when instructed to do so.

Chris Murray


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