Rigorous Related Quotes



My top priority will be to secure maximum value for money in aid through greater transparency, rigorous independent evaluation and an unremitting focus on results.

Andrew Mitchell


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He has fantastic powers. He can be imperious, abrupt, impatient with sloppy procedures, but he is also poetic, visionary, romantic. He is possessed by two geniuses: dry-eyed, rigorous exactitude, and generous leaps of imagination - non-rigid, non-uniform and innovative.

Warren Winiarski


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One Hundred Years of Solitude' is a masterpiece because it is an episodic novel that has a rigorous form - an unprecedented combination. From the very beginning we know the town of Macondo will endure only a century, so there is a limit to the length of the narrative.

Edmund White


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“Too austere a philosophy makes few wise men; too rigorous politics, few good subjects; too hard a religion, few persons whose devotion is of long continuance.”

Charles De Saint-evremond


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“Too often in other states there hasn't been rigorous authorizing, and that has resulted in problems. Here, from the outset, we've taken great pains to be thorough.”

David Harris


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... was after all a rather mature blossom, such as could be plucked from the stem only by a rigorous jerk."

Henry James


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“He spoke in detail about some fairly complex issues. The broader plan is to conduct monetary policy based on rigorous economic analysis and hard thinking about the economic concepts that go into the conduct of monetary policy.”

Mickey Levy


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Rigorous teaching schedules combined with mounds of paperwork can lead to burnout.

Lourdes Garcia-navarro


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Without a rigorous, self-critical discourse, one risks lapsing into pious platitudes and unexamined generalizations.

Stephen Batchelor


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Science isn't done by consensus. It's done by rigorous testing.

Orson Scott Card


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