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by Suzanne Gilad
Proofreaders generally don’t make a lot of decisions; their job is to make sure that every decision documented on a style sheet (or in a publisher’s house style documentation — see Chapter 14) is implemented on every page of the document.
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by Adam M. Brandenburger, Barry J. Nalebuff
Business is cooperation when it comes to creating a pie and competition when it comes to dividing it up.
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by Jon R. Stone
ab abusu ad usum non valet consequentia: (fig.) the abuse of a thing is no argument against its use
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by Michael Prescott
Childhood was the key, the key to everything. The origins of any adult’s secret terrors and painful inadequacies could be traced back to those few precious years when a young life was molded and shaped like clay on a potter’s wheel.
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by Scot Mcknight
To love God means to yearn for, to pray for, and work for what glorifies God and what puts God in God’s place in your life.
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by Erin Hunter
“Poor Cinderpaw’ll think she’s being stalked by toadstools,” Lionpaw mewed.
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by Van Jones
Enough solar energy falls on the Earth’s surface in one hour to power all of human civilization for a year.8
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by Robert Masello
Professional writers know that the more you talk about something you’re planning to write, the less likely it is that you’ll ever write it.
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by Neal D. Barnard
Ginger, the common spice, also appears to help block inflammation in musculoskeletal disorders.
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by Bruce M. Hyman, Cherry Pedrick
Extinction is what happens when a reinforcer no longer brings about feelings of pleasure or no longer reduces tension or discomfort.
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by Kevin Phillips
One symptom is widespread public concern over cultural and economic decay, with its many corollaries.
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by Peggy Holman
In contrast, engaging emergence uses our differences to bring us together, opening us to creative involvement.
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by Barbara Ann Kipfer
Try to waste as little of life as you can before you figure out what is really important
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by Terry Eagleton
The modern age has witnessed what one might call a transition from the soul to the psyche. Or, if one prefers, from theology to psychoanalysis.
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by George Anderson, Andrew Barone
our purpose is to grow into shining examples of the Infinite Light on the earth, as well as inspire those around us with the beauty of our full-grown potential.
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by Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer
During the subjects’ moments of deepest meditation and prayer, what stopped firing were all the signals that tell us where to locate the boundaries that separate us from everything that isn’t us.
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by Barbara Marciniak
“I am here. It is my intention for you to release to me what knowledge has been stored within you as a living form. I am now here to receive it, to translate it, to understand it, and then to transduce it out to the rest of the planet. I am desiring to activate the Living Library of this planet.”
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by John L. Betcher
Open your thoughts and your minds to see God and you will see Him. Shut the door in His face, and you cannot.
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by Martin Lindstrom
The sensory stimulation not only makes us behave in irrational ways, it also helps us differentiate one product from the next.
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by Roy Masters
But you’ll never find what you are seeking until you discover the hidden cause of your trouble, and that cause is allowing people to upset you too easily.
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by Steven L. Emanuel
under the “internal affairs” rule, it is the law of the state of incorporation that controls issues of internal corporate governance
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by Maureen Johnson
You can never visit the same place twice. Each time, it’s a different story. By the very act of coming back, you wipe out what came before.
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by Mario Livio
“The fairest thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and science. He who knows it not and can no longer wonder, no longer feel amazement, is as good as dead, a snuffed-out candle.”

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