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I see dance as glue for a community.
I see more genuine sociability between the races in Mississippi than I see in Michigan. No question.
I see myself as 38, but you don't notice it.
I can no longer walk. I can no longer swim. But I'm lucky when I see how animals suffer.
The way I see it, what is going to come out of the moon activities is a respect for U.S. leadership.
As women get more powerful, they get less likable. I see women holding themselves back because of this, but if we start talking about the success-likability penalty women face, then we can do something about it.
When I see something I like, I buy it, but I do not look for it madly.
The way I see it, commercial interests should manage a lunar base while NASA gets on with the really important task of flying to Mars.
The film industry brings people together, and so does technology. I see them as similar platforms.
In the world of literature, I see prizes as more of a duty to the craft itself, rather than as something for the individual.
I look at modern life and I see people not taking responsibility for their lives. The temptation to blame, to find external causes to one's own issues is something that is particularly modern. I know that personally I find that sense of responsibility interesting.
When I see a woman who looks her age, she's radiating something, and it's life.
I would say I see myself as a psychiatrist in remission.
Technology is changing, so the viewership is getting broken up. My kids watch everything downloaded; they have no idea what the numbers or the names of the channels mean, except 'FX makes the show that I see on my computer.'
I'm like Bush, I see the world more like checkers than chess.
I see myself as a traveller.
Every time I see a cardinal, I know my grandmother is with me. This regal, red bird was Grandma's favorite.
I've always had that knack for staying pretty even keel and the more the situation gets tense the more I see things clearly and I think that's just a knack that I've always had.
I am never offended when I see the drag-queens dressed up like me.
Part of my job is to make sense of all that I hear, and to retell it in a forceful way so that the decision-makers at Treasury can hear it. At least that's how I see it.
When I see great boxers, it's like reading a wonderful poem.
I just don't want to live in the past. I'm really disappointed by so many people of my generation who - in order to promote their new work, they have to constantly lean on their past. I don't want to be that type of artist... I see a lot of people out here doing really marginal music.
I can't stand clutter. I can't stand piles of stuff. And whenever I see it, I basically just throw the stuff away.
I see myself as a technical person who chose a great project and a great way of doing that project.
When I look at something, it is certain that for an instant I am one with what I see.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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