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We must pronounce him fortunate who has ended his life in fair prosperity.
I think when you're acting, you usually don't have to know too much beyond how to pronounce the words you're saying.
Before I look stupid and not know what a word means or how to pronounce it, I'll stop the whole production: 'Hey, real quick, guys. Define this word for me. Somebody.'
Is New Ageism inherently fascist? Of course not, though I'm happy to pronounce its babble about chakras and cosmic energy errant quackery.
I am very up front about about my inability to pronounce things correctly.
President Bush has been silent on Schwarzenegger. Of course, he can't pronounce Schwarzenegger.
It is certainly safe, in view of the movement to the right of intellectuals and political thinkers, to pronounce the brain death of socialism.
The reason it's hard for me to tweet is I don't want to pronounce anything, and Twitter is for pronouncing.
I paint to rest from the phenomena of the external world-to pronounce and to make notations of its essences with which to verify the inner eye.
I changed my name at 14 because no one outside of my family could pronounce my first name correctly.
J. August Richards
I knew I didn't have the right name for a singer. Having a name that nobody could pronounce was hardly an asset.
Voltaire! A name that excites the admiration of men, the malignity of priests. Pronounce that name in the presence of a clergyman, and you will find that you have made a declaration of war.
Robert Green Ingersoll
We should have an easier name to pronounce.
In hotels, every time I make a reservation and they never find my name, they never can pronounce it; it's so long, and sometimes they confuse.
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
It was my dad's idea to change my name from Sahatciu to Ora. He said it would be easier to pronounce.
While the world may feel entitled and have the power to pronounce an individual crazy, are there times when the innocent genius, the insightful individual or just the old grandmother may reasonably declare the world to be mad? Probably, but what hope or happiness would such an individual have?
My publicist always said as long as they pronounce your name or spell your name right, it's all good.
I was looking for a name with an old English sound, very easy to pronounce in every language and easy to remember. At the beginning I used J. P. Tod's, but then in 1999 it was shortened since too many people were asking who was Mr. J. P. Tod's.
Diego Della Valle
In school, nobody could pronounce my name. They just called me Rocky.
If I can't pronounce it, I don't want to put it in my body. Everything to me now is organic, natural, right from the farm.
The Australian accent is sort of like going down a step in smartness, you could say, because you guys pronounce things as they're spelled. We add and abbreviate stuff.
I use a pseudonym, because my real name is very difficult to pronounce, to remember, and to spell. And many people who have been talking about me on television have yet to pronounce it correctly.
Sequestration, sequestation - however you pronounce that word - and gridlock aren't all that bad.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
C. S. Lewis
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