Phillips Related Quotes



“We've got some guys who can make big plays and every game it's someone different. Tonight it was Brent Phillips. Before Phillips' big run we were looking to run the clock out before halftime and his run was huge. After that, we went for it and got a big score going into the half.”

Daryl Patton


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“They are a very good team with a couple of great players in (Tyson) Christie and (Adam) Phillips. They're well-coached, tough and physical. We knew it would take a great effort to have a chance.”

Chris Roche


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“To the extent that a Phillips curve exists, it's a moveable feast.”

Neal Soss


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“You look at Shaun Wright-Phillips and you might think 'lightweight',”

Stuart Pearce


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“If we faced issues that required little more than a few turns with a Phillips screwdriver, then we perhaps could afford the luxury of political gamesmanship and the personal pleasures of some old-fashioned partisan political towel popping.”

Mike Huckabee


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“[Still, there are exceptions. Such as ESPN's Steve Phillips , perhaps the only general manager who used that behind-the-scenes job as a springboard to a prominent national TV perch.] I had concerns about transitioning into this career, ... I figured the first time a sexy name like (players) Mike Piazza and Al Leiter comes out, I'm the first one out the door.”

Steve Phillips


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“Witness after witness told us they did not feel they had been victimized and that Phillips Roofing had performed a necessary service for a fair price.”

Christopher Brown


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“An individual who did not live in any of the neighborhoods where Phillips Roofing was working, (nor) was a customer, called authorities. He saw Phillips was using donated materials to do dry-ins. The materials were often provided by customers and, when they weren't, Phillips didn't charge for anything but labor.”

Christopher Brown


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“Our goal was to put Luke (Simmons) on (Phillips), and hold him to under 15 points He did a good job defending him.”

Paul Marsh


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“They can't give (Phillips) a variance now. Maybe six months from now (they could), if they adopt a new ordinance.”

David Goode


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