Elaborate Related Quotes

When one puts up a building one makes an elaborate scaffold to get everything into its proper place. But when one takes the scaffold down, the building must stand by itself with no trace of the means by which it was erected. That is how a musician should work.

Andres Segovia

“We?re not at any point to elaborate too much. We don?t think that the building is compatible and we think that they need to do a traffic study. (The commission) made a mistake before, and they made a mistake again. We hope that City Council will listen to the facts and not listen to the money.”

Shareen Vogel

The first prerequisite of elaborate mental exercise was a full stomach.

Mark Frost

You can imagine a soul as being a detailed, elaborate pattern that exists very clearly in one brain. When a person dies, the original is no longer around. But there are other versions of it in other people's brains. It's a less detailed copy, it's coarse-grained.

Douglas Hofstadter

At the time, my personal research objectives were to provide Keynesian economics with more rigorous foundations and to tighten and elaborate the logic of macroeconomic and monetary theory.

James Tobin

I used to go outside every day and invent these elaborate worlds and scenarios in my head, and when I grew too old for playing pretend, I started to write everything down instead.

Veronica Roth

“I can't elaborate further but there are a couple of things we really need to address.”

Des Gleeson

The basic parts, the start-up molecules, can be supplied in abundance and don't have to be made by some elaborate process. That immediately makes things simpler.

K. Eric Drexler

Marriage is simply an economic necessity, and so there are no elaborate courtship displays or marriage celebrations among the Eskimo.

Peter Farb

Wherever you find 'men together' - writing the rules, as at exclusive golf or other men's clubs, businesses, and lodges where they wear elaborate robes and funny hats - women are kept completely outside if possible and, when grudgingly admitted, to highly restricted areas or token status.

Eugene Kennedy