Cases Related Quotes



Cases of sickness made up a very small percentage which in my opinion was normal. However, propaganda pamphlets dropped from aircraft were telling the workers to feign illness, and detailed instructions were given to them on how to do it.

Albert Speer


“The reality is that these cases are happening all the time. It's when they get out of control that you have a problem.”

Steve Williams


In cases of doubtful morality, it is usual to say is there any harm in doing this? This question may sometimes be best answered by asking ourselves another; is there any harm in letting it alone?

Charles Caleb Colton


Who does not see that . . . the same authority which can force a citizen to contribute three pence only of his property for the support of any one establishment, may force him to conform to any other establishment in all cases whatsoever?

James Madison


The First Aphorism of Religion Cases: Only the religious convictions of other people are weird. Yours are perfectly rational.

Dahlia Lithwick


“Deployment of broadband may be hampered by market failures in rural and remote areas. In such cases, well targeted state aid may therefore be appropriate.”

Neelie Kroes


Unfortunately, I think there's not enough education about hydration. When I was young, we knew nothing about it. We all know that there's cases of athletes having serious issues because of dehydration and even dying.

Landon Donovan


...animal research is essential to tackling major 21st century health problems such as cancer and heart disease. Without the use of animals it would be impossible, in many cases, to develop drugs or any sort of medical treatment.

George Radda


“In around 80 percent of cases (in Asia) so far there is obvious contact with sick birds. That means that there are few cases where we have no clear exposure history, either because the case came to knowledge late or information is incomplete or we really don't know.”

Georg Petersen


I think that all countries that participate in multilateral institutions see the institutions as a way of advancing what they view as their national interests and they see in many cases multi-lateral institution as the best way to do that.

Paul Wolfowitz