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In Africa today, we recognise that trade and investment, and not aid, are pillars of development.
You have to know how to use the accident, how to recognise it, how to control it, and ways to eliminate it so that the whole surface looks felt and born all at once.
I cannot recognise either the Palestinian state or the Israeli state. The Palestinians are idiots and the Israelis are idiots.
Grief is not very different from illness: in the impetus of its fire it does not recognise lords, it does not fear colleagues, it does not respect or spare anyone, not even itself.
Men only act in a state of necessity and usually only recognise necessity in a situation of crisis.
It is one of the aims of linguistics to define itself, to recognise what belongs within its domain. In those cases where it relies upon psychology, it will do so indirectly, remaining independent.
America is woven of many strands. I would recognise them and let it so remain. Our fate is to become one, and yet many. This is not prophecy, but description.
It's time to recognise the Armenian Genocide.
Linguistics will have to recognise laws operating universally in language, and in a strictly rational manner, separating general phenomena from those restricted to one branch of languages or another.
We can talk frankly about our defects only to those who recognise our qualities.
Bless everything in existence with your entire being and immediately you recognise your inner state of completeness and harmony.
I don't know a lot about politics, but I can recognise a good party man when I see one.
There is no such thing as an accident, only a failure to recognise the hand of fate
I do recognise that, where recruitment difficulties persist, teachers can be put under great pressure.
Fortunately, historians are now beginning to recognise the historic role of Islam as a liberating force for peoples oppressed by the burdens of unjust social systems.
The future belongs to brands that do more than pay lip-service to real dialogue and recognise that their customers want them to believe in something.
A mathematician will recognise Cauchy, Gauss, Jacobi or Helmholtz after reading a few pages, just as musicians recognise, from the first few bars, Mozart, Beethoven or Schubert.
When we recognise the virtues, the talent, the beauty of Mother Earth, something is born in us, some kind of connection; love is born.
'Each man kills the things he loves'. I recognise that in myself, in relationships, even with guitars, beautiful things that I've had and wilfully destroyed.
The most delightful surprise in life is to suddenly recognise your own worth.
My kids love Ibiza and we feel committed to it because we keep coming back to the same area. People recognise us in shops now and we have a social life here. We cook at home and have friends around.
Innovation has a lot to do with your ability to recognise surprising and unusual phenomena.
The aim of scientific work is truth. While we internally recognise something as true, we judge, and while we utter judgements, we assert.
Are you still thinking, looking, living, as from an imaginary phenomenal centre? As long as you do that you can never recognise your freedom.
Are you an Israeli? I don't debate with Israelis. I have been misled, sorry. I don't recognise Israel and I don't debate with Israelis.
Sometimes I wonder where I am from. I am either way ahead or I come from another world. I don't recognise this world.
I beg your pardon I didn't recognise you - I've changed a lot.
I try as best as I can to have a normal life. People recognise you, of course, and that's very strange. But I sort of leave my working life behind when I go home. That's my other world.
Even if a fool lived with a wise man all his life, he would still not recognise the truth, like a wooden spoon cannot recognise the flavour of the soup.
Encouraged, we recognise the importance of living artistically, aesthetically and creatively as creative creatures of the creator.
One recognizes one's course by discovering the paths that stray from it.
Perfection is everywhere if we only choose to recognise it.
To love, you have to admit your lack, and recognise that you need the other, that you miss him or her.
Learn to recognise when you need to know something.
I fight because international law recognises my right.
I never get recognised here in London, which I like. Once a year, someone comes up to me and asks if I am 'so-and-so's niece' because they think they recognise me from somewhere. I like that.
In our families we learn to love and to recognise the dignity of all, especially of the elderly
For too long the world has failed to recognise that the Olympic Games and the Olympic Movement are about fine athletics and fine art.
Do you recognise me?" he asked. Willie looked hard and considered before finally replying "Lie down so I can recognise you.
I usually get freaked out if I'm in a situation where a lot of people recognise me at once.
Recognise excellence. Celebrate weirdness and innovation. Oddballs should be cherished, if they can do something other people can't do.
A society that does not recognise that each individual has values of his own which he is entitled to follow can have no respect for the dignity of the individual and cannot really know freedom.
Only recently have people begun to recognise that working with suppliers is just as important as listening to customers.
Lie down so I can recognise you
It is that, but really, it's about how we don't recognise the little things in life, or appreciate the little things in life like belonging. A sense of belonging is a big thing today.
We all have to recognise - no matter how great our strength - that we must deny ourselves the licence to do always as we please.
Everyone is from Russia. Sometimes I think I'm from Russia, too. All these new Ovas. I don't know anyone. I don't really recognise anyone. That's just how it is. I think my name must be Williamsova.
Even if a story has nothing to do with my life, if I can recognise something of myself in the character and think, 'Oh yeah, that's what I'd do...' yeah, that's what I look for.
Surprisingly, maybe the place I get recognised the least is the United States. America is not so big on track and field. Some recognise me there but lots don't.
It is possible that, post-Kyoto, the developed countries will recognise the requirements of the developing world.