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Articles: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ G is Grace, the Flaming Star is the Torch of Reason. Those who possess this knowledge are indeed Illuminati. Gain may be temporary and uncertain; but ever while you live, expense is constant and certain: and it is easier to build two chimneys than to keep one in fuel. Gambling is legal and […]

  1. G is Grace, the Flaming Star is the Torch of Reason. Those who possess this knowledge are indeed Illuminati.
  2. Gain may be temporary and uncertain; but ever while you live, expense is constant and certain: and it is easier to build two chimneys than to keep one in fuel.
  3. Gambling is legal and betting is legal, for what I bet.
  4. Games aren’t going to go away. BAFTA’s got a category for games as an art form. The Academy should think about that, too.
  5. Games lubricate the body and the mind.
  6. Ganache is a mix of chocolate and cream. Warm cream, warm chocolate, they want to get to know each other – they’re happy.
  7. Gardening is not trivial. If you believe that it is, closely examine why you feel that way. You may discover that this attitude has been forced upon you by mass media and the crass culture it creates and maintains. The fact is, gardening is just the opposite – it is, or should be, a central, basic expression of human life.
  8. Gary Bauer is a very good – he’s a good friend of mine.
  9. Gastronomy is my hobby. I’m simply the casting director. Once I’ve brought all the right people together, it is they who must work together to tell a story.
  10. Gay guys know how to craft, and they craft really well. Straight guys, forget it.
  11. Gay Liberation? I ain’t against it, it’s just that there’s nothing in it for me.
  12. Geisha because when I was living in Japan, I met a fellow whose mother was a geisha, and I thought that was kind of fascinating and ended up reading about the subject just about the same time I was getting interested in writing fiction.
  13. Genealogy, n. An account of one’s descent from a man who did not particularly care to trace his own.
  14. General consultant to mankind.
  15. General Electric, NBC’s parent, is one of the largest corporations in the world, with an anti-labor history of outsourcing jobs and with financial links to military and nuclear power industries.
  16. General Giap was one of the most brilliant military strategists of our era, who in Dien Bien Phu was able to place missile launchers in remote, mountainous jungles, something the yankee and European military officers considered impossible.
  17. Generally, a rally will have staying power, technicians say, if, in addition to price movements, it has heavy trading volume and breadth, meaning that several stocks rise for each stock that falls.
  18. Generally, a writer of force is anywhere from 20 years to 200 years ahead of his generation.
  19. Generally, I think most of my writing tends to have some kind of magical element to it. That’s the way I can access the emotional life of the character.
  20. Generally my focus has been on people who make things, whether it’s writers or directors or painters or musicians.
  21. Generally speaking, a howling wilderness does not howl: it is the imagination of the traveler that does the howling.
  22. Generally speaking, if a human being never shows anger, then I think something’s wrong. He’s not right in the brain.
  23. Generally speaking, men are held in great esteem in all parts of the world, so why shouldn’t women have their share? Soldiers and war heroes are honored and commemorated, explorers are granted immortal fame, martyrs are revered, but how many people look upon women too as soldiers?
  24. Generally speaking, the errors in religion are dangerous; those in philosophy only ridiculous.
  25. Generally, speed skaters don’t run that much. I’m a little bit of an exception in that I run a lot.
  26. Generally, what people tend to underestimate is the cyborg nature of Groupon. We are a company that has the DNA of being both a technology company and a heavily operational company.
  27. Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need.
  28. Generosity is not giving me that which I need more than you do, but it is giving me that which you need more than I do.
  29. Genetic testing in the future is going to be seen as critical as testing your cholesterol.
  30. Genghis Khan decreed religious tolerance for all of his conquered peoples. So I think he definitely would approve of our constitutional protections of freedom of religion. I think he would also approve of the way the U.S. has been able to attract talented people from all over the world.
  31. Genius always finds itself a century too early.
  32. Genius creates, and taste preserves. Taste is the good sense of genius; without taste, genius is only sublime folly.
  33. Genius goes around the world in its youth incessantly apologizing for having large feet. What wonder that later in life it should be inclined to raise those feet too swiftly to fools and bores.
  34. Genius is not perfected, it is deepened. It does not so much interpret the world as fertilize itself with it.
  35. Genius is the ability to put into effect what is on your mind.
  36. Genius may have its limitations, but stupidity is not thus handicapped.
  37. Genius might be the ability to say a profound thing in a simple way.
  38. Genius – to know without having learned; to draw just conclusions from unknown premises; to discern the soul of things.
  39. Genius, when young, is divine.
  40. Genius without education is like silver in the mine.
  41. Genocide begins, however improbably, in the conviction that classes of biological distinction indisputably sanction social and political discrimination.
  42. Genteel women suppose that those things do not really exist about which it is impossible to talk in polite company.
  43. Gentle dullness ever loves a joke.
  44. Gentleness doesn’t get work done unless you happen to be a hen laying eggs.
  45. Gentleness, self-sacrifice and generosity are the exclusive possession of no one race or religion.
  46. Gentrification is a form of immigration, though almost nobody calls it that.
  47. Genuine forgiveness does not deny anger but faces it head-on.
  48. Genuine happiness comes from within, and often it comes in spontaneous feelings of joy.
  49. Geography has made us neighbors. History has made us friends. Economics has made us partners, and necessity has made us allies. Those whom God has so joined together, let no man put asunder.
  50. Geopolitical drama lessened but did not die after the Cold War; in 2008, the specter of thousands of seeming automatons banging drums at the opening of the Beijing Games frightened and enthralled the world, reminding us that China was a nation on the rise, a competitor for global dominance.
  51. George Booth and I are both funny, and from afar, without meeting, admired each other’s work.
  52. George Bush made a mistake when he referred to the Saddam Hussein regime as ‘evil.’ Every liberal and leftist knows how to titter at such black-and-white moral absolutism.
  53. George Bush taking credit for the wall coming down is like the rooster taking credit for the sun rising.
  54. George Carlin is brilliant with words, and Johnny Winters is very creative. It’s taking something common and drawing out the humor, being clever with words.
  55. George Harrison wanted to play the thief in ‘Holy Mountain.’
  56. George Jones was my all-time favorite singer and one of my favorite people in the world.
  57. George Lopez is always on the verge of hilarity. If he could ever think of something funny to say, if he had a funny thought in his mind, he’s ready to go.
  58. George Orwell is a pinnacle writer, for his combination of moral insight and literary writing.
  59. George W. Bush is history’s president, a man for whom the long-term success or failure of democracy in Iraq will determine his place in history.
  60. George W. Bush was a silver spoon dolt with no record to speak of other than bankruptcy and selling tropical plants, and we let him sail into the White House, but Barack talks about religious fundamentalism and guns being prevalent in poor areas, and we roast him for weeks?
  61. George Washington, as a boy, was ignorant of the commonest accomplishments of youth. He could not even lie.
  62. Germany has become a country that many people abroad associate with hope.
  63. Germany has reduced savagery to a science, and this great war for the victorious peace of justice must go on until the German cancer is cut clean out of the world body.
  64. Germany is a great nation only because its people have so much Polish blood in their veins.
  65. Germany stands in the fight against terrorism at France’s side, united with many, many others. I am convinced that, despite all the difficulties, we shall win this fight.
  66. Germany wants peaceful coexistence of Muslims and members of other religions.
  67. Germany’s strength lies largely in the fact that the Federal Republic is a center of industry and that it’s an export nation.
  68. Get action. Seize the moment. Man was never intended to become an oyster.
  69. Get into a line that you will find to be a deep personal interest, something you really enjoy spending twelve to fifteen hours a day working at, and the rest of the time thinking about.
  70. Get mad, then get over it.
  71. Get outside. Watch the sunrise. Watch the sunset. How does that make you feel? Does it make you feel big or tiny? Because there’s something good about feeling both.
  72. Get people back into the kitchen and combat the trend toward processed food and fast food.
  73. Get place and wealth, if possible with grace; if not, by any means get wealth and place.
  74. Get the habit of analysis – analysis will in time enable synthesis to become your habit of mind.
  75. Get this, kids – how a man proposes isn’t what makes him romantic. It’s how a man purposes to lay down his life that makes him romantic.
  76. Get up early and go to the local produce markets. In Latin America and Asia, those are usually great places to find delicious food stalls serving cheap, authentic and fresh specialties.
  77. Get up, stand up, Stand up for your rights. Get up, stand up, Don’t give up the fight.
  78. Get with it or get lost.
  79. Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please.
  80. Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.
  81. Getting all dressed up and putting on fancy clothes – all of that’s a great thing, but oddly, it doesn’t really have a lot to do with acting most of the time.
  82. Getting hit is not cool.
  83. Getting lost is not a bad thing its just not that good either.
  84. Getting married and starting a family has been a lifelong goal and one that I have persevered through different paths up to it!
  85. Getting married is great, and I feel really good away from the court, and my private life and stuff is good. But you still need to train and work hard. Like, I didn’t go on a honeymoon after we got married; I went to Barcelona and trained for 10 days to get ready for the clay-court season. It’s been good, but you still have to put the work in.
  86. Getting old is a fascination thing. The older you get, the older you want to get.
  87. Getting older is hard.
  88. Getting on a plane is hard for me, but I do it, because travel is vital to me.
  89. Getting out of the hospital is a lot like resigning from a book club. You’re not out of it until the computer says you’re out of it.
  90. Getting things done in this country, if you want to build something, if you want to start a company, it’s getting to be virtually impossible with all of the bureaucracy and all of the approvals.
  91. Getting to places like Bangkok or Singapore was a hell of a sweat. But when you got there it was the back of beyond. It was just a series of small tin sheds.
  92. Gigantic sums are now required to maintain prisons and insane asylums and protect the public against gangsters and lunatics. Why do we preserve these useless and harmful beings? The abnormal prevent development of the normal.
  93. Gimme some of that Goon.
  94. Girdles and wire stays should have never been invented. No man wants to hug a padded bird cage.
  95. Girls are soft and pretty.
  96. ‘Girls’ feels very active and stirring a conversation and controversial, and you can’t really ask for more as an actor.
  97. Girls love it when you have some weird nerdy thing in your room. It makes you look less threatening, even though I’m, like, very threatening. I’m the most threatening guy ever.
  98. Girls shouldn’t worry about being the equal of men in the business world.
  99. Girls talk to each other like men talk to each other. But girls have an eye for detail.
  100. ‘Girls’ was my first audition. I’d just taken an audition class, and I was excited to implement those tools.
  101. Girls were scared of me because I can be loud. Barbara, my wife of 51 years, is very low-key. She was my picture agent’s secretary.
  102. Give a boy address and accomplishments and you give him the mastery of palaces and fortunes where he goes.
  103. Give a child love, laughter and peace, not AIDS.
  104. Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world.
  105. Give a man health and a course to steer, and he’ll never stop to trouble about whether he’s happy or not.
  106. Give every man thy ear, but few thy voice.
  107. Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world.
  108. Give me five minutes with a person’s checkbook, and I will tell you where their heart is.
  109. Give me my robe, put on my crown; I have Immortal longings in me.
  110. Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.
  111. Give me something to assemble, I won’t look at the directions, I’ll try to figure it out by myself. It’s why I love Ikea furniture.
  112. Give me the luxuries of life and I will willingly do without the necessities.
  113. Give me time and I’ll give you a revolution.
  114. ‘Give me your poor.’ It didn’t say, ‘Give me your poor who can afford a $680 citizenship.’ If I had my way, it would be free. If I had my way, the state would subsidize every eligible application, period.
  115. Give them pleasure – the same pleasure they have when they wake up from a nightmare.
  116. Give thy thoughts no tongue.
  117. Give up smoking. Don’t get so fat. So much illness is self-induced – which I can’t stand. And I’m not a good nursemaid. Don’t call me if you’re ill.
  118. Given appropriate social conditions, decent, ordinary people can be led to do extraordinarily cruel things.
  119. Given how few young people actually read the newspaper, it’s a good thing they’ll be reading a newspaper on a screen.
  120. Given the number of restaurants I have, I could easily travel all the time – but I try not to.
  121. Giving back involves a certain amount of giving up.
  122. Giving birth is like taking your lower lip and forcing it over your head.
  123. Giving gifts to others is a fundamental activity, as old as humanity itself. Yet in the modern, complex world, the particulars of gift-giving can be extraordinarily challenging.
  124. Giving is true having.
  125. Giving thanks is that: making the canyon of pain into a megaphone to proclaim the ultimate goodness of God when Satan and all the world would sneer at us to recant.
  126. Giving up is conceding that things will never get better, and that is just not true. Ups and downs are a constant in life, and I’ve been belted into that roller coaster a thousand times.
  127. Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world. I know because I’ve done it thousands of times.
  128. Glam really did plant seeds for a new identity. I think a lot of kids needed that – that sense of reinvention. Kids learned that however crazy you may think it is, there is a place for what you want to do and who you want to be.
  129. Glamour is really fun.
  130. Glance into the world just as though time were gone: and everything crooked will become straight to you.
  131. Glass is the world’s worst spy camera. If you want to surreptitiously take photos, I would not use Glass.
  132. Glenn Slater is my lyricist who, of the new young lyricists coming along, is the most exciting, I think.
  133. Global interdependence today means that economic disasters in developing countries could create a backlash on developed countries.
  134. Globalisation must have, as a critical component, international dispensation in the locality of U.N. institutions. It cannot be, and must not be, business as usual in the establishment and location of international institutions, especially of the United Nations.
  135. Globalism began as a vision of a world with free trade, shared prosperity, and open borders. These are good, even noble things to aim for.
  136. Globalization has made copper and other minerals more valuable, and Ghana and Kenya have recently discovered mineral resources.
  137. Glory lies in the attempt to reach one’s goal and not in reaching it.
  138. Glutes are power.
  139. Gluttony is wrong. It’s wasteful.
  140. Go before the people with your example, and be laborious in their affairs.
  141. Go big or don’t go at all.
  142. Go big or go home.
  143. Go hard or go home.
  144. Go to any hospital, you’ll find wards that are run by senior nurses with matrons. The point is do they have the power, do they have the responsibility inside the hospital?
  145. Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company.
  146. Go to you bosom: Knock there, and ask your heart what it doth know.
  147. Go up close to your friend, but do not go over to him! We should also respect the enemy in our friend.
  148. Go up in an airplane. Go high enough, and it’s like we don’t even exist.
  149. Goals allow you to control the direction of change in your favor.
  150. Goals and objectives are based on theories and foundations.
  151. God… a being whose only definition is that he is beyond man’s power to conceive.
  152. God Almighty first planted a garden. And indeed, it is the purest of human pleasures.
  153. God always strives together with those who strive.
  154. God always takes the simplest way.
  155. God and I have a great relationship, but we both see other people.
  156. God, as Truth, has been for me a treasure beyond price. May He be so to every one of us.
  157. God blesses him who helps his brother.
  158. God can take anything we have, as long as we give Him the glory for it. He can develop it and make it acceptable in music for the people.
  159. God cannot give us a happiness and peace apart from Himself, because it is not there. There is no such thing.
  160. God created man, but I could do better.
  161. God created paper for the purpose of drawing architecture on it. Everything else is, at least for me, an abuse of paper.
  162. God depends on us. It is through us that God is achieved.
  163. God does give us more than we can bear sometimes.
  164. God does not play dice.
  165. God doesn’t dwell in the wooden, stony or earthen idols. His abode is in our feelings, our thoughts.
  166. God enters by a private door into every individual.
  167. God forbid you be an ugly girl, ‘course too pretty is also your doom, ’cause everyone harbors a secret hatred for the prettiest girl in the room.
  168. God forgive you, but I never can.
  169. God forgives us… who am I not to forgive?
  170. God gave me a talent to draw. I ‘owed’ it to him to develop the talent.
  171. God gave me all this; why waste the talent that he gave me? Why not go full throttle with it all and try to become in the class with the greatest players that ever played the game? That’s just a great feeling.
  172. God gave me some weird, beautiful scent that makes men and women go crazy. People compare it to Carvel. It is a whale of a smell.
  173. God gave you a brain. Do the best you can with it. And you don’t have to be Einstein, but Einstein was mentally tough. He believed what he believed. And he worked out things. And he argued with people who disagreed with him. But I’m sure he didn’t call everybody jerks.
  174. God gives all to those, who get up early.
  175. God gives the nuts, but he does not crack them.
  176. God grant that not only the love of liberty but a thorough knowledge of the rights of man may pervade all the nations of the earth, so that a philosopher may set his foot anywhere on its surface and say: ‘This is my country.’
  177. God hangs the greatest weights upon the smallest wires.
  178. God has been replaced, as he has all over the West, with respectability and air conditioning.
  179. God has entrusted me with myself.
  180. God has given such brave soldiers to this Crown that, if they do not frighten our neighbours, at least they prevent us from being frightened by them.
  181. God has given us two hands – one to receive with and the other to give with. We are not cisterns made for hoarding; we are channels made for sharing.
  182. God has given us two hands, one to receive with and the other to give with.
  183. God has given you one face, and you make yourself another.
  184. God has his plans and his reasons. Sometimes we are supposed to go through things so that we learn lessons.
  185. God has not made anything that I know of that pays so much attention to who their father and mother is as us.
  186. God has placed no limits to the exercise of the intellect he has given us, on this side of the grave.
  187. God hates violence. He has ordained that all men fairly possess their property, not seize it.
  188. God hath given you one face, and you make yourselves another.
  189. God helps those who fear Him.
  190. God helps those who help themselves.
  191. God, I mean I had so many people tell me, ‘What you’re doing doesn’t work.’ I used to have to get on stage and apologize for talking the way that I speak.
  192. God is a concept by which we measure our pain.
  193. God is a frequency. Stay tuned.
  194. God is a God of systems and predictability and order, and God honors planning.
  195. God is a metaphor for that which transcends all levels of intellectual thought. It’s as simple as that.
  196. God is a thought who makes crooked all that is straight.
  197. God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him. Yet his shadow still looms. How shall we comfort ourselves, the murderers of all murderers? What was holiest and mightiest of all that the world has yet owned has bled to death under our knives; who will wipe this blood off us? What water is there for us to clean ourselves?
  198. God is displeased at the diffidence of souls who love Him sincerely and whom He Himself loves.
  199. God is, even though the whole world deny him. Truth stands, even if there be no public support. It is self-sustained.
  200. God is everywhere.
  201. God is more interested in your future and your relationships than you are.
  202. God is not a hypothesis derived from logical assumptions, but an immediate insight, self-evident as light. He is not something to be sought in the darkness with the light of reason. He is the light.
  203. God is not so wary as we, else He would give us no friends, lest we forget Him! The charms of the heaven in the bush are superseded, I fear, by the heaven in the hand, occasionally.
  204. God is not upset that Gandhi was not a Christian, because God is not a Christian! All of God’s children and their different faiths help us to realize the immensity of God.
  205. God is of no importance unless He is of supreme importance.
  206. God is patient with us to become the God’s children he wants us to be but you really can see him weeping.
  207. God is the great mysterious motivator of what we call nature, and it has often been said by philosophers, that nature is the will of God. And I prefer to say that nature is the only body of God that we shall ever see.
  208. God is the name people give to the reason we are here. But I think that reason is the laws of physics rather than someone with whom one can have a personal relationship. An impersonal God.
  209. God is waiting for us, to forgive us all, and what is broken, he’ll fix.
  210. God isn’t compatible with machinery and scientific medicine and universal happiness. You must make your choice. Our civilization has chosen machinery and medicine and happiness.
  211. God knows what we are going through when we grieve, and He wants to assure us of His love and concern. He also wants us to turn to Him and bring our heartaches and burdens to Him.
  212. God knows when the end of time will come, not some fanatic… The world will end someday, but the end of the world and the end of time are two different things.
  213. God lends a helping hand to the man who tries hard.
  214. God, life changes faster than you think.
  215. God loves to help him who strives to help himself.
  216. God made the Idiot for practice, and then He made the School Board.
  217. God manifests himself in each historical period according to the understanding of the people of the era.
  218. God may be subtle, but he isn’t plain mean.
  219. God may exist, but science can explain the universe without the need for a creator.
  220. God never meant that people were to wear clothes. He meant we were to be nude. But we were in a state of innocence. Then sin came into the human race and became a blood poisoning.
  221. God not only plays dice, but also sometimes throws them where they cannot be seen.
  222. God not only plays dice, He also sometimes throws the dice where they cannot be seen.
  223. God, our Creator, has stored within our minds and personalities, great potential strength and ability. Prayer helps us tap and develop these powers.
  224. God proved His love on the Cross. When Christ hung, and bled, and died, it was God saying to the world, ‘I love you.’
  225. God reigns when we take a liberal view, when a liberal view is presented to us.
  226. God save the Queen! God knows Why!
  227. God save the Queen.
  228. God screens us evermore from premature ideas.
  229. God seeks to influence humanity. This is at the heart of the Christmas story. It is the story of light coming into the darkness, of a Savior to show us the way, of light overcoming the darkness, of God’s work to save the world.
  230. God seldom suspends the laws of nature, just as God does not remove free will to keep evil people from doing evil things.
  231. God sent me on earth. He send me to do something, and nobody can stop me. If God want to stop me, then I stop. Man never can.
  232. God sometimes does try to the uttermost those whom he wishes to bless.
  233. God spoke to me and called me to His Service. What form this service was to take the voice did not say.
  234. God tells us not to judge one another, no matter what anyone’s sexual preferences are or if they’re black, brown or purple.
  235. God tries you in certain, certain ways. Some people are rich, and they believe in God. They lose the money, things get hard, they get weak and quit going to church. Quit serving God like they did.
  236. God who is eternally complete, who directs the stars, who is the master of fates, who elevates man from his lowliness to Himself, who speaks from the cosmos to every single human soul, is the most brilliant manifestation of the goal of perfection.
  237. God will not look you over for medals degrees or diplomas, but for scars.
  238. God will prepare everything for our perfect happiness in heaven, and if it takes my dog being there, I believe he’ll be there.
  239. God works wonders now and then; Behold a lawyer, an honest man.
  240. godaddy.com
  241. God’s angels often protect his servants from potential enemies.
  242. God’s designs may be frequent justification for our actions, but it is we, the self-made men, who take the credit.
  243. God’s dream is that you and I and all of us will realize that we are family, that we are made for togetherness, for goodness, and for compassion.
  244. God’s finger touched him, and he slept.
  245. God’s first creature, which was light.
  246. God’s love is too great to be confined to any one side of a conflict or to any one religion.
  247. God’s mercy and grace give me hope – for myself, and for our world.
  248. God’s most lordly gift to man is decency of mind.
  249. God’s role in superintending our world and our lives is neither absentee landlord nor micromanager.
  250. ‘Going Back to Cali’ is one of my favorite songs because of all the East Coast – West Coast rivalry.
  251. Going back to South Sudan after the independence took place was deeply emotional for me because I had gone through the civil war with my family just before going to seek refuge in London.
  252. Going from an error rate of 25 meters in GPS to 2.5 meters is huge. Going to 25 centimeters is going to matter just as much.
  253. Going into Somalia, I didn’t anticipate how many people’s lives would be affected by it. In hindsight, I certainly wish I had taken more time to think about that, but I can’t change it.
  254. Going on safari in South Africa was hardcore but a lot of fun – though my friend Maura was absolutely freaking out about all the bugs in her hair and having to pee in the sand.
  255. Going through a long legal battle is not what you sign up for as a fighter.
  256. Going to AA helped me to see that there were other people who had problems that had found a way to talk about them and find relief and humor through that.
  257. Going to college offered me the chance to play football for four more years.
  258. Going to India to do a film is not an everyday affair. I thought I would do that one movie to show my grandchildren when I am 60.
  259. Going to Southeast Asia for the first time and tasting that spectrum of flavors – that certainly changed my whole palate, the kind of foods I crave. A lot of the dishes I used to love became boring to me.
  260. Going to the darkest place you can to make yourself really upset and adding that with the physicality and running around, you can work yourself into hysteria that way.
  261. Gojira is my favorite band of all time; they’re lovely, I’ve seen them live two times. I also love Mastodon and the Refused as well.
  262. Gold is a treasure, and he who possesses it does all he wishes to in this world, and succeeds in helping souls into paradise.
  263. Gold is good in its place; but loving, brave, patriotic men are better than gold.
  264. Golf challenges you mentally at any age, and when you become my age, it’s a challenge physically to try to make your game work as well as it ever did. That’s close to impossible, but that doesn’t keep you from trying to hit the ball where you used to hit it and make the putts you used to make all the time.
  265. Golf is a good walk spoiled.
  266. Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated; it satisfies the soul and frustrates the intellect. It is at the same time rewarding and maddening – and it is without a doubt the greatest game mankind has ever invented.
  267. Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated.
  268. Golf is so popular simply because it is the best game in the world at which to be bad.
  269. Golf would be my ticket somewhere, I told myself. I just couldn’t say where it would lead me.
  270. Gollum has a weak personality and isn’t able to cope with the power of the ring.
  271. Gollum is entirely based on the notion of addiction. The way that the ring pervades him, makes him craving, lustful, depletes him physically, psychologically and mentally.
  272. Gollum is Gollum – though in ‘Lord of the Rings’ he’s 600 years old and in ‘The Hobbit’ he’s 540, so he looks a little bit more handsome.
  273. Gollum is my picture of Dorian Gray. He will be with me for the rest of life, and I will grow to look more like him as I get older.
  274. Gollum was so interesting to me because he’s morally ambivalent, and I love the notion of a quest that is to lose something. Not to gain, but to get rid of something.
  275. Gollum’s never really gone too far away from me because he’s indelibly kind of printed into my DNA now, I think.
  276. Good actions are a guard against the blows of adversity.
  277. Good actors I’ve worked with all started out making faces in a mirror, and you keep making faces all your life.
  278. Good advice is always certain to be ignored, but that’s no reason not to give it.
  279. Good breeding consists in concealing how much we think of ourselves and how little we think of the other person.
  280. Good character consists of recognizing the selfishness that inheres in each of us and trying to balance it against the altruism to which we should all aspire. It is a difficult balance to strike, but no definition of goodness can be complete without it.
  281. Good communication is just as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after.
  282. Good directors don’t answer questions with their work. They generate debate and create discussion.
  283. ‘Good English’ is whatever educated people talk; so that what is good in one place or time would not be so in another.
  284. Good environmental policy is good economic policy.
  285. Good fame is like fire; when you have kindled you may easily preserve it; but if you extinguish it, you will not easily kindle it again.
  286. Good friends are like stars — you don’t always see them, but you know they are always there.
  287. Good friends, good books and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.
  288. Good habits formed at youth make all the difference.
  289. Good is positive. Evil is merely privative, not absolute: it is like cold, which is the privation of heat. All evil is so much death or nonentity. Benevolence is absolute and real. So much benevolence as a man hath, so much life hath he.
  290. Good manners sometimes means simply putting up with other people’s bad manners.
  291. Good men must not obey the laws too well.
  292. Good night, good night! Parting is such sweet sorrow, that I shall say good night till it be morrow.
  293. Good order is the foundation of all things.
  294. Good people don’t spend their time being good. Good people want to spend their time mowing the lawn and playing with the dog. But bad people spend all their time being bad. It is all they think about.
  295. Good pitching will always stop good hitting and vice-versa.
  296. Good psychology should include all the methodological techniques, without having loyalty to one method, one idea, or one person.
  297. Good service means never having to ask for anything.
  298. Good spectator sports share certain fundamentals. Their competitors battle head-to-head. Their winners are determined objectively: fastest runner, most points. They are refereed, not judged.
  299. Good things come to those who wait.
  300. Good wishes alone will not ensure peace.
  301. Good women always think it is their fault when someone else is being offensive. Bad women never take the blame for anything.
  302. Good writers borrow from other writers. Great writers steal from them outright.
  303. Goodness is the only investment that never fails.
  304. Google Analytics can collect behavioral data from which systems?
  305. Google Analytics can help you learn more about the behavior of your client’s customers because it shows you how:
  306. Google Analytics can identify that two sessions are from the same user if
  307. Google Analytics filters are applied in the order in which they are set in your view.
  308. Google Analytics is capable of tracking user activity on any digitally connected device.
  309. Google Analytics tracking code should be inserted:
  310. Google Analytics uses which model by default when attributing conversion values in non-Multi-Channel Funnel reports
  311. Google Analytics: Which of the following is not a metric?
  312. Google believes that when people complete a search using a search engine, they’re looking to do the three following things at their highest level:
  313. Google.co.uk is a top level domain.
  314. google.com
  315. google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=add&bkmk=https://leadmego.com/&title=FindsGood&annotation=FindsGood
  316. Google Glass is the wearable computer that responds to voice commands and displays information on a visual display.
  317. Google has long been a leftist company.
  318. Google is a private company. It has the capacity to utilize its massive power for whatever political agenda it chooses. But for it to pretend to be an advocate for Internet freedom while simultaneously disadvantaging messages it finds politically incorrect is deeply hypocritical.
  319. Google is already overflowing with incredibly creative bright groups already working on lots of the software problems of the world.
  320. Google is working on self-driving cars, and they seem to work. People are so bad at driving cars that computers don’t have to be that good to be much better.
  321. Google Merchant Center can be used to:
  322. Google Merchant Center is used for:
  323. Google Merchant Center is used to:
  324. Google Optimize does NOT currently allow you to:
  325. Google’s done a super good job on search; Apple’s done a great job on the IPod.
  326. Google’s screen for privacy settings does give you more options for what you share than Apple’s does. But it’s not a complete list, and people aren’t aware of whether or not that information will go to a third party.
  327. Google’s ‘Search Analytics’ allows users to track and filter Clicks, Impressions, Clickthrough rate & Positions, using data from the last 3 months.
  328. Google’s search result META description length changed 2016
  329. Google’s search results META title length changed 2016
  330. Gorilla tourism is vital to Rwanda’s economy: It’s the third highest source of income.
  331. Gorillas are still wild creatures. That’s made very clear when you observe them in nature. They charge and perform other displays that are terrifying by design. But they don’t attack unless they feel threatened.
  332. Gorillas have a belch vocalization, which is sort of like, ‘I’m OK, you’re OK.’ They do a pig grunt, which is reprimanding. They sing, they laugh, and they hoot, which grows into a chest-beating display.
  333. Gospel goes with me wherever I go. Gospel is a constant with me.
  334. Govern a great nation as you would cook a small fish. Do not overdo it.
  335. Governing a great nation is like cooking a small fish – too much handling will spoil it.
  336. Government always finds a need for whatever money it gets.
  337. Government does not create wealth. The major role for the government is to create an environment where people take risks to expand the job rate in the United States.
  338. Government does not solve problems; it subsidizes them.
  339. Government exists to protect us from each other. Where government has gone beyond its limits is in deciding to protect us from ourselves.
  340. Government ‘help’ to business is just as disastrous as government persecution… the only way a government can be of service to national prosperity is by keeping its hands off.
  341. Government is like a baby. An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other.
  342. Government isn’t that good at rapid advancement of technology. It tends to be better at funding basic research. To have things take off, you’ve got to have commercial companies do it.
  343. Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.
  344. Government philosophy: If it ain’t broke, fix it ’til it is.
  345. Government spending is taxation. When you look at this, I’ve never heard of a poor person spending himself into prosperity; let alone I’ve never heard of a poor person taxing himself into prosperity.
  346. Governments can no longer control 100 percent of the story. Time and geographical boundaries disappear. In places like China and all over the Middle East, social-media outlets are being used to expose and hold accountable public officials that don’t want to be held accountable for corruption and human rights abuses.
  347. Government’s first duty and highest obligation is public safety.
  348. Government’s first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives.
  349. Governments tend not to solve problems, only to rearrange them.
  350. Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.
  351. Governments will always play a huge part in solving big problems. They set public policy and are uniquely able to provide the resources to make sure solutions reach everyone who needs them. They also fund basic research, which is a crucial component of the innovation that improves life for everyone.
  352. Governor Palin leans far closer to ‘spokesperson’ than representative of the people
  353. Governor Romney has a great business background. He is extremely well educated. He has several degrees from Harvard, including, you know, business and including a law degree.
  354. Graffiti has an interesting relationship to the broader world of hip-hop: It’s part of the culture, but also in a weird way a stepchild of the culture.
  355. Graffiti writers were the most interesting people in hip hop. They were the mad scientists, the mad geniuses, the weird ones.
  356. Graham Greene’s work must be included in any survey of top-rank spy novels, and ‘Our Man in Havana’ may be his best.
  357. Gramercy Tavern appeared on the cover of New York Magazine the day we opened, and it was five deep at the bar with people who were not necessarily here to dine. They just wanted to kinda sniff out the hot, new restaurant.
  358. Grant me the treasure of sublime poverty: permit the distinctive sign of our order to be that it does not possess anything of its own beneath the sun, for the glory of your name, and that it have no other patrimony than begging.
  359. Grant me thirty years of equal division of inheritances and a free press, and I will provide you with a republic.
  360. Granted, everybody is different, but I think it’s real important to know all the people that you are around, and how they operate their history, and things like that. You know where they are coming from a little bit, and you don’t insult them, or take something for granted.
  361. Granted, I’m someone who loves words. I’ve always loved poetry – so it’s suited to me.
  362. Grass-fed cattle are leaner. But it’s not true that they are less flavorful.
  363. Grass is greener on the other side, but you’ll eventually have to mow it.
  364. Grass is greener on the other side.
  365. Gratitude is the sign of noble souls.
  366. Gratitude’s not a natural posture. The prince of darkness is ultimately a spoiled ingrate, and I’ve spent most of my life as kin to the fist-shaker.
  367. Gravitation cannot be held responsible for people falling in love.
  368. Gray Davis can run a dirty campaign better than anyone, but he can’t run a state.
  369. Gray hair is God’s graffiti.
  370. Great actors like Willem Dafoe and Ellen Page and Samuel L. Jackson will go and do a videogame, because they understand that storytelling isn’t just necessarily about filmmaking.
  371. Great acts are made up of small deeds.
  372. Great ambition, the desire of real superiority, of leading and directing, seems to be altogether peculiar to man, and speech is the great instrument of ambition.
  373. Great American sport. Horseshoes is a very great game. I love it.
  374. Great and glorious God, and Thou Lord Jesus, I pray you shed abroad your light in the darkness of my mind. Be found of me, Lord, so that in all things I may act only in accordance with Thy holy will.
  375. Great and good are seldom the same man.
  376. Great art is the contempt of a great man for small art.
  377. Great authors are admirable in this respect: in every generation they make for disagreement. Through them we become aware of our differences.
  378. Great buildings that move the spirit have always been rare. In every case they are unique, poetic, products of the heart.
  379. Great companies are built on great products.
  380. Great countries are those that produce great people.
  381. Great dangers give birth to great resolutions.
  382. Great discoveries and improvements invariably involve the cooperation of many minds. I may be given credit for having blazed the trail, but when I look at the subsequent developments I feel the credit is due to others rather than to myself.
  383. Great dreams of great dreamers are always transcended.
  384. Great geniuses have the shortest biographies.
  385. Great hearts steadily send forth the secret forces that incessantly draw great events.
  386. Great ideas are like diamonds; hard to find, not too useful, and impossible to hold onto.
  387. Great indebtedness does not make men grateful, but vengeful; and if a little charity is not forgotten, it turns into a gnawing worm.
  388. Great indeed is the sublimity of the Creative, to which all beings owe their beginning and which permeates all heaven.
  389. Great is truth, but still greater, from a practical point of view, is silence about truth. By simply not mentioning certain subjects… totalitarian propagandists have influenced opinion much more effectively than they could have by the most eloquent denunciations.
  390. Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate and doubt, to offer a solution everybody can understand.
  391. Great literature should do some good to the reader: must quicken his perception though dull, and sharpen his discrimination though blunt, and mellow the rawness of his personal opinions.
  392. Great loves too must be endured.
  393. Great masters neither want nor need your worship. Your greatest gift to them and yourself is to emulate their divinity by claiming it as your own.
  394. Great men are like eagles, and build their nest on some lofty solitude.
  395. Great men are seldom over-scrupulous in the arrangement of their attire.
  396. Great men are they who see that spiritual is stronger than any material force – that thoughts rule the world.
  397. Great men or men of great gifts you shall easily find, but symmetrical men never.
  398. Great men, unknown to their generation, have their fame among the great who have preceded them, and all true worldly fame subsides from their high estimate beyond the stars.
  399. Great minds are related to the brief span of time during which they live as great buildings are to a little square in which they stand: you cannot see them in all their magnitude because you are standing too close to them.
  400. Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.
  401. Great minds think alike.
  402. Great necessities call out great virtues.
  403. Great research universities must insist on independence from government and on the exercise of academic freedom.
  404. Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.
  405. Great stories are still just great yarns. News remains the best human drama ever. Technology is not changing the story; it is just changing the way in which we deliver it.
  406. Great talents are the most lovely and often the most dangerous fruits on the tree of humanity. They hang upon the most slender twigs that are easily snapped off.
  407. Great teachers emanate out of knowledge, passion and compassion.
  408. Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.
  409. Great thoughts speak only to the thoughtful mind, but great actions speak to all mankind.
  410. Great touch is often written off simply as ‘talent,’ which is crucial, because a good swing can take a golfer only so far. I’ve seen thousands of fantastic swings in my day, but that doesn’t guarantee anything.
  411. Great tragedy has come to us, and we are meeting it with the best that is in our country, with courage and concern for others because this is America. This is who we are.
  412. Great writers are the saints for the godless.
  413. Greatest gift one man can give another; the awesome responsibility of freedom.
  414. Greece wishes to be part of the eurozone, but it must, of course, go through with the necessary reforms to make this happen.
  415. Greed and globalization aren’t just America’s fault.
  416. Greed is not a financial issue. It’s a heart issue.
  417. Greed is the mother of all sins.
  418. ‘Gremlins’ is one of those eternal movies that stands the test of time and that everyone loves and knows.
  419. Grief can take care if itself, but to get the full value of a joy you must have somebody to divide it with.
  420. Grief can’t be shared. Everyone carries it alone. His own burden in his own way.
  421. Grief doesn’t have a plot. It isn’t smooth. There is no beginning and middle and end.
  422. Grief is in two parts. The first is loss. The second is the remaking of life.
  423. Grief is the agony of an instant; the indulgence of grief the blunder of a life.
  424. Grief knits two hearts in closer bonds than happiness ever can; and common sufferings are far stronger links than common joys.
  425. ‘Griot’ is a French word which means, you know, really, literally, ‘cry.’ You know, like the town crier. You know, they come in and say, you know, ‘It’s nine o’clock; everything is cool.’ You know, ‘President Bush is a fool.’ I mean, stuff like that just to tell you. But for the kind of, the African thing is called djali.
  426. Grounded in the natural philosophy of the Middle Ages, alchemy formed a bridge: on the one hand into the past, to Gnosticism, and on the other into the future, to the modern psychology of the unconscious.
  427. Grouping similar keywords together in an ad group will:
  428. Groupon as a company – it’s built into the business model – is about surprise. A new deal that surprises you every day. We’ve carried that over to our brand, in the writing and the marketing that we do, and in the internal corporate culture.
  429. Grow in the root of all grace, which is faith. Believe God’s promises more firmly than ever. Allow your faith to increase in its fullness, firmness, and simplicity.
  430. Growing old has been the greatest surprise of my life.
  431. Growing old is no more than a bad habit which a busy person has no time to form.
  432. Growing up I always knew I had a deviated septum on the right side of my nose, which caused trouble breathing. The older I got, the worse it got.
  433. Growing up, I decided, a long time ago, I wouldn’t accept any manmade differences between human beings, differences made at somebody else’s insistence or someone else’s whim or convenience.
  434. Growing up, I went to the Warped Tour a lot, and I got to see bands like Rancid and AFI and Dropkick Murphys and these bands that meant so much to me when I was a kid – all in succession on these stages, so to get to play that same stage that I watched those bands play is a huge thing for me.
  435. Growing up in a family of doctors, I wanted to be a brain surgeon for a while. But ultimately, I get most excited about creating things, which is why I decided to become an entrepreneur.
  436. Growing up in a house where there was a lot of different musical influences – my mom listens to soul stuff and Top 40, my sisters would listen to hip-hop – and the church, I grew up listening to a lot of gospel stuff. So I think that plays a role in how I make music now because my music has a lot of range. I don’t just do one thing.
  437. Growing up in Egypt, I never saw the country as divided as it is today. We now have two main political groupings: the Islamist parties and the civil, or liberal, political parties.
  438. Growing up in New York, I loved watching my grandmother Estee put on her make-up – I always admired her sense of style.
  439. Growing up in New York, I was sort of shocked when I realized that my children are Californians. They are 14 years old, and I explain to them frequently that they will never realize the glory of a snow day. You wake up and the world says, ‘Oops, it’s too much fun to go to school, you’ve got to stay home and deal with the snow!’
  440. Growing up in the Boroughs, I thought I must be the cleverest boy in the world, an illusion that I was able to maintain until I got to the grammar school.
  441. Growing up in the hot Last Vegas desert, all I wanted was to be free. I would daydream about traveling the world, living in a place where it snowed, and I would picture all of the stories that I would go on to tell.
  442. Growing up, my grandmother did not want worldly music in the house. Then when I went out to California, I started listening to Spanish music, mostly Mexican music. But were I in Egypt, I would listen to the music of the people, or if I was in Italy, I’d listen to Italian music.
  443. Growing up my mother played Sarah Vaughan and Nat Cole in the house regularly.
  444. Growing up, my parents treated my brother and me with absolute equality.
  445. Growing up on, say, the Upper East Side, you’re so isolated. If you go to the Hamptons every weekend, you never talk to a construction worker, and the construction worker would never talk to you.
  446. Growing up, when I was younger, I didn’t feel all that tough or smart or strong. As I got older, I was able to discover my own strength.
  447. Grown-up love means actually understanding what you love, taking the good with the bad and helping your loved one grow. Love takes attention and work and is the best thing in the world.
  448. Grown-ups never understand anything for themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them.
  449. Grown-ups yell. I don’t know why, but they do.
  450. Growth is kinda built into everyone’s genes. It’s built into management’s genes, the salesman’s genes, the investors’ desires. People expect companies to grow.
  451. Guard well within yourself that treasure, kindness. Know how to give without hesitation, how to lose without regret, how to acquire without meanness.
  452. Guard your roving thoughts with a jealous care, for speech is but the dealer of thoughts, and every fool can plainly read in your words what is the hour of your thoughts.
  453. Guests, like fish, begin to smell after three days.
  454. Guilt for being rich, and guilt thinking that perhaps love and peace isn’t enough and you have to go and get shot or something.
  455. Guilt is cancer. Guilt will confine you, torture you, destroy you as an artist. It’s a black wall. It’s a thief.
  456. Guilt is just as powerful, but its influence is positive, while shame’s is destructive. Shame erodes our courage and fuels disengagement.
  457. Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion of death.
  458. Guilt: punishing yourself before God doesn’t.
  459. Guilt: the gift that keeps on giving.
  460. Guitar music or rock n’ roll or whatever you want to call it sort of goes away with trends, but it’ll never go away completely. It can’t die because it’s so fundamentally attractive.
  461. Guitars are kind of just, you know, sexy, especially old vintage ones.
  462. Guitars are like speeches, they must be in tune.
  463. Gun violence in the U.S. is an epidemic.
  464. ‘Gunday’ might not be the best film of my life, but it’s been a life-altering film for me.
  465. Guns are bad, I tell you.
  466. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU)
  467. Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya (GKV) Haridwar Uttarakhand
  468. Guys are known to be lazy shoppers, but for me, it is extremely important to look good. I am very finicky because I hate repeating clothes.
  469. Guys is supposed to be able to be original and dress like how they want to dress. The NBA can’t dress no grown man.
  470. Guys pit female rappers against each other because female rappers – if you haven’t noticed of late – are a lot more interesting than guys.
  471. Guys that preach verse-by-verse through books of the Bible – that is just cheating. It’s cheating because that would be easy, first of all. That isn’t how you grow people. No one in the Scripture modeled that.
  472. GYBE are among my, erm, two favourite Montreal bands, Arcade Fire being the other.
  473. Gym class was, of course, where the strongest, best-looking kids were made captains and chose us spazzes last. More important, it was where the figures of supposed authority allowed them to do so. Forget the work our parents did molding our minds and values. Everything fell apart as soon as we put on those maroon polyester gym suits.

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