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Originally, I came from Texas, and we lived on - I guess you'd call it welfare, what we called relief.
I went up to the top of the career ladder and I came down again, I am past all that.
Iain Duncan Smith
I came from a communist country where there are no luxury cars.
One of the reasons I came to Berkeley was because I saw so many students of all different colors speaking so many different languages and ferociously presenting all these different views. I thought, this is the 21st century and I want to be here!
I was shocked when I came to New Orleans. I never knew there were beggars on the streets here. I didn't know that there were poor people. I thought this was Heaven, you know?
I came not to your glorious shores to enjoy a happy rest - I came not to gather triumphs of personal distinction, but as a humble petitioner, in my country's name, as its freely chosen constitutional leader, to entreat your generous aid.
I came from Bill Blass, where it was a well-oiled machine and if I said I needed a fabric, it was done. Now, I have to budget everything. I have to take on the role not just as a designer but a business. But I'm a glass half-full kind of guy.
By 1980, when I came out of prison, The Sun did a campaign to stop putting vice girls in prison. We've talked about it ever since and nothing has been done about it.
I came to Vegas because I wanted to, not because I thought it could help my career. I didn't even know they had comedy clubs here.
When I came back into show business in '88 after spending 20-odd years in the civil service, it wasn't planned.
The unemployment rate went down as I was governor of Massachusetts. We were losing jobs every month when I came into the state.
Embarrassingly enough, I often can't remember how I came to write something.
Before I came to England, my favorite authors were P. G. Wodehouse and Agatha Christie. I used to devour both.
I've never rejected the world I came from. To be rejected by it is horrible.
I came to feel an artist might use anything - a dot, a line, the most conventional or unconventional symbol - t say what he wanted to say.
I came here in 1974 to do a play, and then I went to L.A. I really like living in America. I feel more at home here than anywhere else.
People forget how dominant Public Enemy became in the mid '80s. No one talks about how transformative they were. And then that led to the '90s and the sort of East Coast v. West Coast stuff, which is kinda when I came of age.
My own life in India, since I came to it in 1893 to make it my home, has been devoted to one purpose, to give back to India her ancient freedom.
I'm not defined by where I came from.
When I came out of drama school, I was in a shared house in Sydney.
I came out of drama school thinking I'd do some theatre, maybe some television, and maybe, someday, a film.
I came from a crew, and to me, all the guys I rapped with were better than me, so I was surprised when I was the breakout one. It was definitely a cool thing.
Coming from where I came from, it was unimaginable to ever be wealthy. That was just too far out of my reach.
If I hadn't had a childhood career, I probably would've signed a contract with the first person I came across.
I came to New York to be a fine artist - that was my ambition.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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