Replacement Related Quotes
I find in working always the disturbing intrusion of elements not a part of my most interested vision, and the inevitable obliteration and replacement of this vision by the work itself as it proceeds.
An American-led overthrow of Saddam Hussein - and the replacement of the radical Baathist dictatorship with a new government more closely aligned with the United States would put America more wholly in charge of the region than any power since the Ottomans, or maybe even the Romans.
“I was fortunate to have contact with a palliative nurse who was recovering from hip replacement surgery and would be available to me 24/7, ... I relied heavily on her, and she got me through it. Then after that I thought, there's something wrong with the system.”
But personally, I think [sainthood] is not so much the growth of virtue, as simply the replacement of prior vices with an addiction to one's god.
“Mike performed exceptionally well when he came on as a replacement against New Zealand.”
“It (hip replacement) did slow me down for about six or seven years, but I did the best I could. I had to use a scooter and crutches for a while, but I kept right on preaching the word.”
Social progress takes effect through the replacement of all institutions by new ones; and since every institution involves the recognition of the duty of conforming to it, progress must involve the repudiation of an established duty at every step.
“This is of critical importance as we move forward with the Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement, ... especially for the West Seattle to downtown corridor.”
Restorative justice is not a replacement of retributive justice, but a complement. It seeks the rehabilitation of the wrongdoer and the repair of the victim's injury.