Saturated Related Quotes



Life is a search after power; and this is an element with which the world is so saturated,-there is no chink or crevice in which it is not lodged,-that no honest seeking goes unrewarded.

Ralph Waldo Emerson


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Every relationship can feel saturated by market logic or at best purchased at the price of the immiseration of others.

Ben Lerner


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“It's unknown if it was an abandoned mine or if the hill was just so saturated that it gave way.”

Dena Erwin


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The so-called Pythagoreans, who were the first to take up mathematics, not only advanced this subject, but saturated with it, they fancied that the principles of mathematics were the principles of all things.

Aristotle


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“I noticed there was no mortgage brokerage in Walnut Cove. Most of the other areas have been saturated. We want to get this town ready for when the people come.”

David Chaney


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“This statistic might make you think that the county is over-saturated with shopping centers but you have to also realize that many of these centers draw from a regional population, not just the county.”

Scott France


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“Slammer saturated our network, so as a byproduct … we had a lot of client/server systems that became unavailable. Our CEO came back and said, 'How can we fix this so it doesn't happen again?' For a long time we weren't able to answer that question.”

Andre Gold


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“It's saturated ... there is really not much more scope to invest in Singapore.”

Chua Hak Bin


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The role of godly parents is to make sure that the hearts and minds of their children are saturated with the Word of God.

Elizabeth George


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[In relation to business:] Invention must be its keynote-a steady progression from one thing to another. As each in turn approaches a saturated market, something new must be produced.

Reginald Fessenden


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