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Articles: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ States used to protect consumers from predatory lenders, but strong state usury laws were obliterated by a 1978 U.S. Supreme Court decision. Stationary storage will be as big as the car business long term. The growth rate will probably be several times what it is for the car business. Statistically after six months, […]

  1. States used to protect consumers from predatory lenders, but strong state usury laws were obliterated by a 1978 U.S. Supreme Court decision.
  2. Stationary storage will be as big as the car business long term. The growth rate will probably be several times what it is for the car business.
  3. Statistically after six months, if an Indigenous or non-Indigenous person has come off welfare, even long-term welfare, and has stuck in that’s job for six months, then they’ve really broken in their own psychology the welfare reliance mentality. They’re up on their own two feet.
  4. Statistics show that of those who contract the habit of eating, very few survive.
  5. Status anxiety definitely exists at a political level. Many Iraqis were annoyed with the US essentially for reasons of status: for not showing them respect, for humiliating them.
  6. Status quo, you know, is Latin for ‘the mess we’re in’.
  7. Stay big in your work and small in your life.
  8. Stay hungry, stay foolish.
  9. Stay in college, kids. Otherwise, you may become an umpire.
  10. Stay in school kids or you’ll end up being an umpire.
  11. Staying in Likud means wasting time in political squabbles rather than acting on behalf of the good of the country.
  12. Staying more controlled mentally stemmed from taking my fitness more seriously. When you’re doing track work, sprints and so on, it’s pretty painful, but that does make you feel better prepared and therefore mentally stronger when you’re going into a match. You know, without a doubt, that you are strong enough to last.
  13. Steak and its accompaniments – wine, vegetables, potatoes and generous desserts – is a primal source of pleasure to which many people can relate.
  14. Stem cell research is the key to developing cures for degenerative conditions like Parkinson’s and motor neuron disease from which I and many others suffer. The fact that the cells may come from embryos is not an objection, because the embryos are going to die anyway.
  15. ‘Step Brothers 2’ would have been fun, there’s no doubt about it. Maybe someday. Does that idea age? I don’t know. It all depends on how the movie ages.
  16. Step with care and great tact, and remember that Life’s a Great Balancing Act.
  17. Stephen King in many respects is a wonderful writer. He has made a contribution. People in the future will be able to pick up Stephen King’s books and learn a lot about who we were by reading those books.
  18. Steve Irwin did wonderful conservation work but I was uncomfortable about some of his stunts. Even if animals aren’t aware that you are not treating them with respect, the viewers are.
  19. Steve Jobs’ ability to focus in on a few things that count, get people who get user interface right, and market things as revolutionary are amazing things.
  20. Steve Jobs had something like a 90% approval rating from his employees. You hear stories about him being this short-tempered, aggressive person, which he was. But he was in the pursuit of making people around him better, so the product they created would be better.
  21. ‘Steve Jobs’ is my seventh movie. I believe, if you added them up, I don’t think there is more than a total of 10 minutes that takes place in a person’s home. They’re all in offices, courtrooms, laboratories, things like that.
  22. Steve Jobs was a pretty complicated character and somewhat a psychologically complicated guy.
  23. Steve Martin in ‘All of Me,’ when he did that whole thing where he was possessed by the spirit in his body? It was brilliant.
  24. Steven Spielberg seems to have wanted to be a director from 13. He put his dog in a certain position and made him eat at four o’clock. He liked to direct it. But, to me, directing is tedious. Especially if you’re acting in it. And I’m inherently lazy.
  25. Stevie Wonder is just one of those guys that completely delivers everything that you want to be true about Stevie Wonder. He’s an amazing human being, and the fairytale exists with that man.
  26. Stevie Wonder’s records introduced me to ’70s soul when I was 12 or 13.
  27. Stick a camera up in an Indian village, and thousands of people come to watch.
  28. Stick to the classics, and you can’t ever go wrong. I see old ladies on the street who have fabulous style and realize it’s because they are probably wearing really classic items that they’ve had for years and years. I think if you find something that suits you, you should just stick to it.
  29. Sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me.
  30. Sting’s my ideal man, because he’s a real man.
  31. Stock is everything in cooking, at least in French cooking. Without it, nothing can be done. If one’s stock is good, what remains of the work is easy; if, on the other hand, it is bad or merely mediocre, it is quite hopeless to expect anything approaching a satisfactory result.
  32. Stocks in the United States plunged in 2002 amid fears of war and terrorism, a weak economy, rising oil prices and dozens of corporate scandals. It was the third consecutive annual decline, the first time that has happened in 60 years.
  33. Stones are checked every so often to see if any have split or at worst exploded. An explosion can leave debris in the elements so the firing has to be abandoned.
  34. Stood off and on during the night, determining not to come to anchor till morning, fearing to meet with shoals; continued our course in the morning; and as the island was found to be six or seven leagues distant, and the tide was against us, it was noon when we arrived there.
  35. Stop doing things that waste time. Don’t replace time with your family or things that you need to do. I needed to put together two fantasy teams this weekend because that’s something I enjoy, but I did stop playing Nintendo Wii for hours on end.
  36. Stop this attitude that older people ain’t any good anymore! We’re as good as we ever were – if we ever were any good.
  37. Store windows are like landing pages on the website.
  38. Stories hold conflict and contrast, highs and lows, life and death, and the human struggle and all kinds of things.
  39. Storms make trees take deeper roots.
  40. Storytelling is the game. It’s what we all do. It’s why Nike is Nike, it’s why Apple is Apple, it’s why Walt Disney built Disney World and it’s why Vince McMahon makes a billion dollars.
  41. Strange indeed would it be if all the space around us be empty, mere waste void, and the inhabitants of Earth the only forms in which intelligence could clothe itself.
  42. Strangely, nothing makes me feel tired, fatigued, at all. I’ve gone days and nights without sleep, and still the mind is in such a positive space it just doesn’t make you feel fatigued.
  43. Strangely, some songs you really don’t want to write.
  44. Strangers are exciting, their mystery never ends. But, there’s nothing like looking at your own history in the faces of your friends.
  45. Strength, boldness, and new energy are not words that describe Hillary Clinton.
  46. Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.
  47. Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.
  48. Strength doesn’t mean an absence of pain.
  49. ‘Strictly’ is a bit like scoring the winning goal in the FA Cup Final or sinking the final putt in the Ryder Cup – only a few people get the opportunity to do it, and they have got to be famous.
  50. Strike against war, for without you no battles can be fought!
  51. Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.
  52. Strong advocacy for education, health care and worker safety will be indispensable if they are to get their fair share of President Bush’s austere budget for the next fiscal year.
  53. Strong women only marry weak men.
  54. Structure is more important than content in the transmission of information.
  55. Struggling is hard because you never know what’s at the end of the tunnel.
  56. Struggling writers are often advised to pick a simple genre, but it doesn’t work that way.
  57. Students must have initiative; they should not be mere imitators. They must learn to think and act for themselves – and be free.
  58. Students now arrive at the university ignorant and cynical about our political heritage, lacking the wherewithal to be either inspired by it or seriously critical of it.
  59. Students read for tests and because their parents ask them to, but I think it’s very important to tell children that you can read for fun, too, and to understand human spirit. It builds empathy.
  60. Studies have shown that people who are physically active sleep better than those who are sedentary. The more energy you expend during the day, the sleepier you will feel at bedtime.
  61. Studies perfect nature and are perfected still by experience.
  62. Studies serve for delight, for ornaments, and for ability.
  63. Studies show that Avastin can prolong the lives of patients with late-stage breast and lung cancer by several months when the drug is combined with existing therapies.
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  65. Study history, study history. In history lies all the secrets of statecraft.
  66. Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.
  67. Study the past, if you would divine the future.
  68. Studying acting has been personally enriching because it has taught me to take the time to imagine what someone else’s life experience might be like. To look deeply at how our pasts and the circumstances of our early childhoods mold us as people.
  69. Stuff happens.
  70. Stuffed cherry tomatoes are satisfying without being filling and make a great alternative to bread-based starters. You can assemble these appetizers ahead of time and refrigerate them until you’re ready to serve.
  71. Stuffing is evil. Stuffing adds mass, so it slows the cooking. That’s evil because the longer the bird cooks, the drier it will be.
  72. Stupid as a man, say the women: cowardly as a woman, say the men. Stupidity in a woman is unwomanly.
  73. Stupid people shouldn’t breed.
  74. Stupidity has a knack of getting its way.
  75. Stupidity is a talent for misconception.
  76. Stupidity is permanent; ignorance can be fixed.
  77. Style is the hallmark of a temperament stamped upon the material at hand.
  78. Style, to me, is an extension of one’s personality, a kind of self expression which is very personal. It is an expression of your moods, your personality.
  79. Subdue your appetites, my dears, and you’ve conquered human nature.
  80. Substitute ‘damn’ every time you’re inclined to write ‘very’; your editor will delete it and the writing will be just as it should be.
  81. Success begets success. I’ve been offered a lot of movies now that ’30 Rock’ has been successful.
  82. Success breeds complacency. Complacency breeds failure. Only the paranoid survive.
  83. Success comes to those who dedicate everything to their passion in life. To be successful, it is also very important to be humble and never let fame or money travel to your head.
  84. Success comes when people act together; failure tends to happen alone.
  85. Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.
  86. Success demands sacrifices. I believe it’s a small price to pay for the adulation and love one receives.
  87. Success depends upon previous preparation, and without such preparation there is sure to be failure.
  88. Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time.
  89. Success gave me confidence as an artist. And now I’m able to do what I want without anybody thinking it’s dumb.
  90. Success has always been a great liar.
  91. Success has nothing to do with box office as far as I’m concerned. Success has to do with achieving your goals, your internal goals, and growing as a person. It would have been nice to have been connected with a couple more box office hits, but in the long run, I don’t think it makes you happier.
  92. Success in creating AI would be the biggest event in human history. Unfortunately, it might also be the last, unless we learn how to avoid the risks.
  93. Success in golf depends less on strength of body than upon strength of mind and character.
  94. Success in life is founded upon attention to the small things rather than to the large things; to the every day things nearest to us rather than to the things that are remote and uncommon.
  95. Success in the majority of circumstances depends on knowing how long it takes to succeed.
  96. Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome.
  97. Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.
  98. Success is a science; if you have the conditions, you get the result.
  99. Success is always dangerous, and we need to be alert and avoid becoming the victims of our own success. Will we influence the world for Christ, or will the world influence us?
  100. Success is counted sweetest by those who never succeed.
  101. Success is getting what you want. Happiness is liking what you get.
  102. Success is getting what you want. Happiness is wanting what you get.
  103. Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.
  104. Success is like reaching an important birthday and finding you’re exactly the same.
  105. Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.
  106. Success is not the absence of failure; it’s the persistence through failure.
  107. Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.
  108. Success is often achieved by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable.
  109. Success is related to faith. Faith comes first.
  110. Success is simple. Do what’s right, the right way, at the right time.
  111. Success is the child of audacity.
  112. Success is the one unpardonable sin against our fellows.
  113. Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal.
  114. Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence.
  115. Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome.
  116. Success is when you see something, and you say, ‘I want to do that,’ and then you do it. It’s being happy with what you do and doing what you love every day.
  117. Success isn’t a result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire.
  118. Success isn’t always about greatness. It’s about consistency. Consistent hard work leads to success. Greatness will come.
  119. Success makes so many people hate you. I wish it wasn’t that way. It would be wonderful to enjoy success without seeing envy in the eyes of those around you.
  120. Success means your options multiply. Size increases complexity, and complexity can confuse vision.
  121. Success on the front of women’s rights will look like a world not only with obvious advances – where no girl is denied access to education, for instance – but also one with more subtle changes in how we regard gender and gender stereotypes.
  122. Success to me is being able to do what I love, make a living at it and to support myself and the ones I love.
  123. Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.
  124. Successful creative adults seem to combine the wide-ranging exploration and openness we see in children with the focus and discipline we see in adults.
  125. Successful landing pages require you to: 1) identify your buyer personas, 2) identify the Buyer’s Journey stage, 3) create a relevant offer, 4) execute the conversion process and 5) execute the landing page best practices.
  126. Successful leaders have the courage to take action where others hesitate.
  127. Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessful people are always asking, ‘What’s in it for me?’
  128. Successful people are simply those with successful habits.
  129. Such a chimerical idea as telegraphing vocal sounds would indeed, to most minds, seem scarcely feasible enough to spend time in working over. I believe, however, that it is feasible and that I have got the cue to the solution of the problem.
  130. Such a one do I remember, whom to look at was love.
  131. Such as we are made of, such we be.
  132. Sucking up to the biggies won’t get us anywhere.
  133. Suddenly, all the giant Hollywood franchises are being driven by alternative filmmakers.
  134. Suddenly, I became conscious of the fact that the driver was in the act of pulling up the horses in the courtyard of a vast ruined castle, from whose tall black windows came no ray of light, and whose broken battlements showed a jagged line against the sky.
  135. Suddenly, the screens were dominated by American entertainment to the extent of something like 95 percent. As a result, audiences turned away from the kinds of films that we used to make.
  136. Suffering becomes beautiful when anyone bears great calamities with cheerfulness, not through insensibility but through greatness of mind.
  137. Suffering by nature or chance never seems so painful as suffering inflicted on us by the arbitrary will of another.
  138. Suffering degrades, embitters and enrages.
  139. Suffering is the positive element in this world, indeed it is the only link between this world and the positive.
  140. ‘Suffering should not make us bitter people,’ my mother once said, ‘it should make us better comforters.’ Young people need to hear this from those who have walked before them, because someday they’ll be walking those same steps, but there may not be anyone following behind.
  141. Suffering! We owe to it all that is good in us, all that gives value to life; we owe to it pity, we owe to it courage, we owe to it all the virtues.
  142. Suffice it to say, I’m not poor.
  143. Suffrage, noun. Expression of opinion by means of a ballot. The right of suffrage (which is held to be both a privilege and a duty) means, as commonly interpreted, the right to vote for the man of another man’s choice, and is highly prized.
  144. Sugar does make people happy, but then you fall off the edge after a few minutes, so I’ve really pretty much cut it out of my diet. Except for cupcakes. I like those.
  145. Suit the action to the word, the word to the action.
  146. Summer blockbusters are very expensive to make. They have things that have to be expensive, such as 600 effects shots or CG characters that have to go a certain way, or a film design that is different but expensive.
  147. Summer nearly does me in every year. It’s too hot and the light is unforgiving and the days go on way too long.
  148. Sun-worship and pure forms of nature-worship were, in their day, noble religions, highly allegorical but full of profound truth and knowledge.
  149. Sunday is about relaxing and wearing anything comfortable. I love wearing a J. Crew shirt and jeans, which is a treat because I never wear these kinds of clothes during the week.
  150. Sunday is like this entertainment scrum for me, because I’ve only got a day, one day of fun. So I want to have brunch, and I want to see a movie, and I want to watch ‘Game of Thrones,’ and I’m trying to watch ‘The Sopranos’ from the beginning, and I want to play four hours of video games. So, it’s, like, as regimented as my work life.
  151. Sunday’s my day off, where I eat whatever I want. I don’t not let myself have something. I do love French fries and bread.
  152. Sunscreen is my number 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 tip. I’m a fanatic, partially because I live in L.A. and have fair skin and freckles, and partially because of my kids. My mom always made me wear sunscreen and I’m trying to be that mom for them.
  153. Super early-stage companies have a village that form around them for support.
  154. Super-envious of the fact that Daft Punk can wear robot helmets and be one of the most famous bands in the world, while also understanding that will never be my situation.
  155. Superficially, an aphorist is a bit like a philatelist, only he’ll never admit it.
  156. Superman don’t need no seat belt.
  157. Superstar was made so early in my career I had nothing to do with it at all. The first time I saw it was the opening screening.
  158. Superstition is the religion of feeble minds.
  159. Supply and demand regulate architectural form.
  160. Support your right to arm bears.
  161. Supporters of tough voter ID laws are not afraid of vote fraud – they are afraid of democracy.
  162. Suppose you could gain everything in the whole world, and lost your soul. Was it worth it?
  163. Suppose you have created an ad group to advertise gourmet chocolate, and it includes keywords like “dark chocolate” and “gourmet chocolate bars.” If you opted this particular campaign into the Google Display Network, what type of targeting would automatically be used to determine whether your ads might show?
  164. Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress; but I repeat myself.
  165. Sure I am of this, that you have only to endure to conquer.
  166. Sure I played, did you think I was born at the age of 70 sitting in a dugout trying to manage guys like you?
  167. Sure, I’d love to have children some day. But world domination comes first.
  168. Sure it’s a big job; but I don’t know anyone who can do it better than I can.
  169. Sure, sure, I’d like to see Apples built in the United States, not built in China. I’d like to see them have factories in the United States. At least partially. They make nothing in the United States, virtually.
  170. Sure, women sportswriters look when they’re in the clubhouse. Read their stories. How else do you explain a capital letter in the middle of a word?
  171. Surely God would not have created such a being as man, with an ability to grasp the infinite, to exist only for a day! No, no, man was made for immortality.
  172. Surely, if we can land a spaceship on Mars, we can certainly put a voter ID card in the hand of every eligible voter.
  173. Surely the immutable laws of the universe can teach more impressive and exalted lessons than the holy books of all the religions on earth.
  174. Surely, you go to the theater because you want to have a great evening in the theater.
  175. Surface R&B doesn’t work any more. The whole heartthrob thing, songs about unrealistic love and tearing your shirt off every show – that’s not really where it’s at any more. It’s becoming harder for those guys to sell records, and harder for them to succeed.
  176. Surplus wealth is a sacred trust which its possessor is bound to administer in his lifetime for the good of the community.
  177. Surrealism had a great effect on me because then I realised that the imagery in my mind wasn’t insanity. Surrealism to me is reality.
  178. Surrealism – in particular with Salvador Dali – was all about ego. It was all about extreme individualism.
  179. Surrealism was necessary – essential, even – in the 1920s to bridge the gap between rationalism and the subconscious. It started something important. But by the early ’60s, it had become petit-bourgeois; it was too intellectual and romantic, and had ground to a halt. It had become respectable.
  180. Surround yourself with people who take their work seriously, but not themselves, those who work hard and play hard.
  181. Surround yourself with really good people. I think that’s an important thing. Because the people you surround yourself are a reflection of you.
  182. Surround yourself with the best people you can find, delegate authority, and don’t interfere as long as the policy you’ve decided upon is being carried out.
  183. Surveillance technologies now available – including the monitoring of virtually all digital information – have advanced to the point where much of the essential apparatus of a police state is already in place.
  184. Surveys show our standing around the world is higher than when I was elected to this office, and when it comes to every important international issue, people of the world do not look to Beijing or Moscow to lead – they call us.
  185. Susan Lucci was the biggest star in the daytime galaxy, and she served it up hot and fresh and chic five days a week. Before there was Joan Collins’s Alexis Morrell Carrington Colby Dexter Rowan on ‘Dynasty,’ there was Erica Kane Martin Brent Cudahy Chandler Montgomery Montgomery Chandler Marick Marick Montgomery on ‘All My Children.’
  186. Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind.
  187. Sustainable development is a proven catalyst for Xerox innovation.
  188. Suzie owns an apparel store and has decided to sell her products online. When Suzie creates a Google Merchant Center data feed, what unique product identifiers will be accepted?
  189. Sweater, n.: garment worn by child when its mother is feeling chilly.
  190. Sweet are the uses of adversity which, like the toad, ugly and venomous, wears yet a precious jewel in his head.
  191. Sweet mercy is nobility’s true badge.
  192. Sweetness is the opposite of machismo, which is everywhere – and I really don’t get on with machismo. I’m interested in sensitivity and weakness and fear and anxiety because I think that, at the end of the day, behind our masks, that’s what we are.
  193. Swing voters are more appropriately known as the ‘idiot voters’ because they have no set of philosophical principles. By the age of fourteen, you’re either a Conservative or a Liberal if you have an IQ above a toaster.
  194. Switzerland is a country where very few things begin, but many things end.
  195. Switzerland is a small, steep country, much more up and down than sideways, and is all stuck over with large brown hotels built on the cuckoo clock style of architecture.
  196. Syllables govern the world.
  197. Syria is hosting the most dangerous terrorist organizations.
  198. Syria is the proud heir of an ancient civilization that has a unique spectrum of minorities that encompasses Muslims and Christians of various denominations. There are at least ten such ethnic and religious groups.
  199. Syria may appear to be a small country, but it is just the type of entangled conflict that can lead to a world catastrophe. It does not take much imagination to see Syria as the Sarajevo of the 21st century, leading to world war.

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