Tainted Related Quotes



If you look at the sponsors who were in the sport 15 years ago compared to now there are a lot fewer. Why? Because those runners who took drugs tainted the sport. They tainted all of us in it.

Maurice Greene


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It takes great deal of courage to see the world in all its tainted glory, and still to love it.

Oscar Wilde


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The noblest part of a friend is an honest boldness in the notifying of errors. He that tells me of a fault, aiming at my good, I must think him wise and faithful--wise in spying that which I see not; faithful in a plain admonishment, not tainted with flattery.

Owen Feltham


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There was something severed and rough about her, something tainted and, yet, at the same time those jagged pieces were the makings of something fearsome. She'd wanted to become someone the Senate would fear, why not shatter the sky?

Elise Kova


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When people say they prefer organic food, what they often seem to mean is they don't want their food tainted with pesticides and their meat shot full of hormones or antibiotics. Many object to the way a few companies - Monsanto is the most famous of them - control so many of the seeds we grow.

Michael Specter


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Why would I want to run for Congress and continue to get tainted with all the things that people get tainted with as they come along the system.

Benjamin Carson


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“To many a man, and sometimes to a youth, there comes the opportunity to choose between honorable competence and tainted wealth. The young man who starts out to be poor and honorable, holds in his hand one of the strongest elements of success.”

Orison Swett Marden


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The recommended daily allowances are based on arbitrary, unscientific, and tainted standards.

William Proxmire


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You and I are, by birth, by nature, and by choice, inwardly depraved, which is to say that we are entirely corrupt. That's not to say that we have no good in us; we do. However, anything good in us has been tainted with evil. It touches everything. Without the redeeming power of Christ we cannot halt our own moral slide.

Charles R. Swindoll


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Today, 'fat' has become not a description of size but a moral category tainted with criticism and contempt.

Susie Orbach


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