Speak Related Quotes



“The angels are so enamoured of the language that is spoken in heaven, that they will not distort their lips with the hissing and unmusical dialects of men, but speak their own, whether there be any who understand it or not.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson


“Each group has what amounts to its own geographically concentrated militia ... Is it then possible to speak of a national army at all?”

Henry Kissinger


“[Tufts microbiologist Stuart Levy, who was invited by the FDA to speak about anti-microbial resistance at today's meeting, is blunt in his assessment.] There is no place for anti-bacterial chemical additives in the healthy household, ... they work and they're gone.”

Stuart Levy


“The real shock was when somebody would turn into their driveway, so to speak, and their next-door neighbor had a huge billboard on their front lawn.”

Mayor Scott Slifka


“It's actually going in as we speak. They just dug the hole (Aug. 17).”

Jack Mccrory


“The Dallas CVB has created this site to speak directly to the interests of GLBT travelers. It's an approach that underscores our city's accepting, gay-friendly environment. We understand that the GLBT traveler wants to know if they are going to a place that welcomes them unconditionally, and this website is our city's answer. Yes.”

Phillip Jones


“The fact that we've been invited to speak is a recognition of the fact that folio investing is here to stay. The idea of a one-size-fits-all approach is not something that works well in an unstable market. Folios provide flexibility, to change the level of risk especially in volatile times.”

Steven Wallman


“We believe that there is possibly one. We do have a witness who says he did speak to the driver of the vehicle as the vehicle was submerging telling him to get out, and he did not. So we do know according to a witness (there was) at least one victim.”

Rob Rogers


“We need to speak to the Greens and the F.D.P. in the next few days. What we need is the largest possible consensus. We have our own agenda. We need to conduct open talks.”

Dieter Althaus