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I don't want to start producing dressing gowns and cuff links with the Purdey name stamped on them. Making Purdey the leading gunmaker is our priority. Once we have succeeded in doing that, then we might look at some accessories, but it is a long haul.
Unfortunately, the media, which are not at all reluctant to act in their own self-interest, have succeeded in equating reform in the public mind with further restrictions on just about everyone else's freedom of political speech.
James L. Buckley
My belief is that if I can achieve that level of entertainment by making the audience happy or sad or angry, then I have succeeded as an actor and have done my job. The profits and the fame as an actor will eventually surface, but first and foremost comes the work as an actor.
During my career several people have tried to push me out the door... Nobody has succeeded yet.
A religion so cheerless, a philosophy so sorrowful, could never have succeeded with the masses of mankind if presented only as a system of metaphysics. Buddhism owed its success to its catholic spirit and its beautiful morality.
William Winwood Reade
A man obsessed with failure has succeeded better than others in portraying it.
This kind of prelude was succeeded by the concerto itself which he executed with a degree of spirit and firmness that no one has ever pretended to equal.
Obama has succeeded in descending even below George W. Bush in approval in the Arab world. It's minuscule, few percent.
I don't know any nation on Earth that succeeded in creating a strong middle class with rising wages based on building a stronger and bigger government.
For conservatives, the issue is that for generations now, they have failed to make the case for their values. They haven't even conveyed conservative values to many of their children. And when they have, the university has often succeeded in undoing them.
Obviously, I haven't succeeded in defusing the political concerns about the Fed.
Most books on management are written by management consultants, and they study successful companies after they've succeeded, so they only hear winning stories.
Mountain climbing was one of Mother's favorite occupations, but she never succeeded in inculcating this passion in any of us.
If Iraq had succeeded in spray-drying anthrax spores to extend their life and lethality, that would have been among the most important secrets of its wide-ranging weapons program.
I didn't think I was going to be an actress. Everybody in my family was in films, and they succeeded so much, I thought, 'It's better for me to do something else,' and they agreed.
In 1962, President Kennedy succeeded in captivating Americans by explaining the advantages of being the first country to reach the moon and the dangers of allowing another nation to beat us there.
I do think the attempt to raise consciousness has succeeded. People are very aware of gender concerns now.
I think I succeeded in getting the Egyptian people excited about the importance of science, and this is the only way Egypt can get out of this dark ages.
If you look at the history of large financial institutions, most of them have succeeded because of a deep presence in their home market.
A lot of young-adult authors, great ones, have tried their hands at literary fiction, and not a lot of them have succeeded. Not even Roald Dahl could switch-hit, and not for lack of trying.
I fear it's because religion is man's attempt to reach God, and when he feels he has succeeded, he cannot abide anyone else's claim to have done the same.
Jerry B. Jenkins
It's always astounded me to have succeeded at having kids. It's crazy!
When I play a song for someone the first time, if I make 'em laugh, I think, 'Yes, I've succeeded.'
Capitalists work hard to produce what consumers want. Artists who work too hard to produce what consumers want are often accused of selling out. Thus, even the languages of capitalism and art conflict: a firm that has 'sold out' has succeeded, but an artist that has 'sold out' has failed.
When someone succeeded in quickly making a lot of money in America, people said he had made his fortune.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
C. S. Lewis
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