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"The C language combines all the power of assembly language with all the ease-of-use of assembly language." - Mark Pearce

"The defining qualities are about use: ease and simplicity. Caring beyond the functional imperative, we also acknowledge that products have a significance way beyond traditional views of function." - Jonathan Ive

"In my experience, telling someone to switch Unix shells for ease of use is like telling him to switch cigarette brands for his health." - Chris Espinosa

"Despite the great advantages of digital video and the great ease of using the medium, still those who use it have first to understand the sensitivities of how to best use the medium." - Abbas Kiarostami

"The customer demands simplicity, that organizations organize around them. Easy to use is a customer tsunami ripping across the world. Ease of use and simplicity must now be at the heart of organizational strategy." - Gerry McGovern

"Bankrupt of life, yet prodigal of ease." - John Dryden

"Thinke of ease, but worke on." - George Herbert

"Ironically, the thing that will likely make the least improvement in the ease of use of software-based products is new technology. There is little difference technically between a complicated, confusing program and a simple, fun, and powerful product." - Alan Cooper

"If I need a cause for celebration, Or a comfort I can use to ease my mind, I rely on my imagination, And I dream of an imaginary time." - Billy Joel

"I am afraid of privilege, of ease, of entitlement." - Tan Le

"Studious of ease, and fond of humble things." - Ambrose Philips

"Be not in the desire of thine own ease." - Saadi

"A life of ease is a difficult pursuit." - William Cowper

"The life of ease is a difficult pursuit." - William Cowper

"Ease makes less of an impression on us than struggle." - Andrew Solomon

"I feel alive when I feel ease of heart." - Michael Franti

"The mob of gentlemen who wrote with ease." - Alexander Pope

"The manner of a vulgar man has freedom without ease, and the manner of a gentleman has ease without freedom." - Lord Chesterfield

"Most of the paint I use is a liquid, flowing kind of paint. The brushes I use are more a sticks rather than brushes - the brush doesn't touch the surface on the canvas, it's just above [so] I am able to be more free and to have greater freedom and move about the canvas, with greater ease." - Jackson Pollock

"Most of the paint I use is a liquid, flowing kind of paint. The brushes I use are more a sticks rather than brushes - the brush does' touch the surface on the canvas, it's just above [so] I am able to be more free and to have greater freedom and move about the canvas, with greater ease." - Jackson Pollock

"Most of the paint I use is a liquid, flowing kind of paint. The brushes I use are more a sticks rather than brushes - the brush doesn't touch the surface on the canvas, it's just above....(so) I am able to be more free and to have greater freedom and move about the canvas, with greater ease." - Jackson Pollock

"There is no sense of ease like the ease we felt in those scenes where we were born." - George Eliot

"Today, I use Linux as my primary OS (on an x86 PC, and on a Thinkpad), and I also use Irix (on an SGI O2). Linux has improved a great deal since I wrote this, specifically with respect to its ease of installation." - Jamie Zawinski

"The use of refined petroleum as fuel, which began in the 1850s, freed hundreds of millions of people from the toil of centuries, gave hundreds of millions more a life of ease and plenty, and, by allowing great cities to feed themselves from every corner of the world, multiplied the population of the earth fivefold." - James Buchan

"Whatever the advantages of the machine may be - and they are many - the very ease of its use is bound to make away with intimacy - the intercourse of human beings, of animals, or of that which we still think of as the natural world." - Freya Stark

"Success in life could be defined as the continued expansion of happiness and the progressive realization of worthy goals. It's the ability to effortlessly fulfill your deepest desires. The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success are universal principles you can use to manifest your greatest dreams, with grace and ease." - Deepak Chopra

"You can have information and ease of use and have artistic integrity at the same time. The art of being a good Web designer is getting yourself into that middle ground and treating it as a final destination instead of as a compromise." - Mike Davidson

"Things that we need to learn are the importance of establishing brand, establishing market presence. Technology-wise, it's things like ease of use, user interfaces; all of these things that tend to be less important in our other business segments are important things for us in the consumer market." - Charles Giancarlo

"Certainly the automatic Kalashnikov's ease of use and durability make it desirable for all sorts of people up to no good. But rifles are rifles - there are many other choices out there. You see the Kalashnikov almost everywhere there is fighting because there are so many of them." - C. J. Chivers

"If Woody Guthrie set the bar for American songwriters, Bob Dylan jumped right over it. No one I know will ever come close to possessing the beauty of melody and the use of language that Dylan shares with us, with ease." - John Mellencamp

"Nothing more strongly marks the insufficiency of luxuries than the ease with which people grow accustomed to them; they are rather known by their want than by their presence. The word 'blase' has been coined expressly for the use of the upper classes." - Letitia Elizabeth Landon

"Technology is a big destroyer of emotion and truth. Auto-tuning doesn't do anything for creativity. Yeah, it makes it easier and you can get home sooner; but it doesn't make you a more creative person. That's the disease we have to fight in any creative field: ease of use." - Jack White

"The poisonous serpent of afflictions is sleeping in your mind; just as if a black viper were asleep in your room. You must use the hook of precepts to quickly remove it. When the sleeping snake is gone, then you can rest at ease." - Gautama Buddha

"Technology is a big destroyer of emotion and truth. Auto-tuning does' do anything for creativity. Yeah, it makes it easier and you can get home sooner; but it does' make you a more creative person. That's the disease we have to fight in any creative field: ease of use." - Jack White

"Schiller never wanted to replace the moral with the aesthetic but he did want the moral to be one part of the aesthetic. He rightly notes the aesthetic dimension of morality, that we use concepts like grace to characterise people who do their duty with ease and pleasure." - Frederick C. Beiser

"The untalented are more at ease in a society that gives them valid alibis for not achieving than in one where opportunities are abundant. In an affluent society, the alienated who clamor for power are largely untalented people who cannot make use of the unprecedented opportunities for self-realization, and cannot escape the confrontation with an ineffectual self." - Eric Hoffer

"Governments that use violence to stop democratic development will not earn themselves respite forever. They will pay an increasingly high price for actions which they can no longer hide from the world with ease, and will find themselves on the wrong side of history." - William Hague

"Heart's ease of pansy, pleasure or thought, Which would the picture give us of these? Surely the heart that conceived it sought Heart's ease." - Algernon Charles Swinburne

"People think that tests only come in the form of hardships. Allah also tests us with ease, it's often in the test of ease that we fail most." - Yasmin Mogahed

"Busy work brings after ease; Ease brings sport and sport brings rest; For young and old, of all degrees, The mingled lot is best." - Joanna Baillie

"We want to take a hard look at the ease with which wrongdoers can get their hands on deadly weapons and the frequency with which they use them." - Loretta Lynch

"Burdens are the foundations of ease and bitter things the forerunners of pleasure." - Rumi

"My commitment to the forgotten families of Australia is to ease your cost of living pressure" - Tony Abbott

"Absorption in ease is one of the most reliable signs of present or impending decay." - Richard Weaver

"The danger of an adventure is worth a thousand days of ease and comfort" - Paulo Coelho

"I would not exchange my life of ease and quiet for the riches of Arabia." - Horace

"Absorption in ease is one of the most reliable signs of present or impending decay." - Richard M. Weaver

"Whatever we cultivate in times of ease, we gather as strength for times of change." - Jack Kornfield

"Better a long life of toil than a short one of ease." - Aesop

"Japanese is sort of a hobby of mine, and I can get around Japan with ease." - Dick Cavett

"My commitment to the forgotten families of Australia is to ease your cost of living pressure." - Tony Abbott

"Be at ease, not dis-ease." - Wayne Dyer

"Any mother could perform the jobs of several air-traffic controllers with ease." - Lisa Alther

"The intelligence is proved not by ease of learning, but by understanding what we learn." - Joe Whitney

"The true effect of genuine politeness seems to be rather ease than pleasure." - Samuel Johnson

"Gratitude is the miracle cure for every moment of dis-ease." - Neale Donald Walsch

"If you walk through life with ease and without any sense of entanglement, that is maturity." - Jaggi Vasudev

"Heart's-ease is a flower which blooms from the grave of desire." - William Rounseville Alger

"Where studious of ease, I slumbered seven years, and then lost by degrees." - Christopher Anstey

"In stocks as in romance, ease of divorce is not a sound basis for commitment." - Peter Lynch

"In a culture, manners are the lubrication that ease the frictions of social contacts." - L Ron Hubbard

"The secret of the creative life is to feel at ease with your own embarrassment." - Paul Schrader

"By listening with calm and understanding, we can ease the suffering of another person." - Nhat Hanh

"Luxury is the ease of a t-shirt in a very expensive dress." - Karl Lagerfeld

"To be Christian it will cost a man his love of ease." - J C Ryle

"For too many of us ease is far more soul-destroying than trouble." - Alice Foote Macdougall

"We seek neither convenience nor ease, but to live at the edge of possibility." - Jane Kirkpatrick

"Not a single person whose name is worth remembering lived a life of ease." - Ryan Allis

"So let them ease their hearts with prate of equal rights, which man never knew." - Lord Byron

"Heart's-ease is a flower which blooms from the grave of desire." - William R Alger

"To fireside happiness, to hours of ease Blest with that charm, the certainty to please." - Samuel Rogers

"Lust of ease and comfort absolutely destroys mental toughness and begins to slowly erode ones character." - William James Moore

"Put down the weight of your aloneness and ease into the conversation." - David Whyte

"I release the past with ease and trust in the process of life." - Louise Hay

"My soul found ease and rest in the companionship of books." - Pat Conroy

"Focus on quality and ease of movement, not on the age a milestone is accomplished." - Magda Gerber

"Fireside happiness, to hours of ease Blest with that charm, the certainty to please." - Samuel Rogers

"Some men ease themselves like setting hens into the nest of death." - John Steinbeck

"The kind of trust God wants us to have cannot be learned in comfort and ease." - Anne Graham Lotz

"The power of faith to ease our suffering is God's love." - James Cook

"Asceticism may be a mere expression of organic hardihood, disgusted with too much ease." - William James

"Quality and longevity are the primary criteria, along with repairability and ease of production." - Patricia Piccinini

"Any mother could perform the jobs of several air traffic controllers with ease." - Lisa Alther

"But still his tongue ran on, the less Of weight it bore, with greater ease." - Samuel Butler (poet)

"Laughing is not always the proof of a mind at ease." - Proverbs

"I lean and loaf at my ease... observing a spear of summer grass." - Walt Whitman

"What drives innovation is abundance and ease, not the pressure of scarcity." - Adam Gopnik

"My family restores my sense of ease and keeps me balanced." - Sharmeen Obaidchinoy

"I shop a lot online... and just the ease of it makes a lot more sense." - John Varvatos

"Ease is the enemy of the artist. When things get too easy, you're in trouble." - Chuck Close

"Personally, I need a high level of physical fitness in order to feel at ease." - Jurgen Klinsmann

"My family restores my sense of ease and keeps me balanced." - Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

"Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of our science, and such is the mechanical determination of our age, and so recent are our best contrivances, that use has not dulled our joy and pride in them. These arts open great gates of a future, promising to make the world plastic and to lift human life out of its beggary to a godlike ease and power." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Of my fifty-seven years I have applied at least thirty to forgetting most of what I have learned or read. Since then, I have acquired a certain ease and cheer which I should never again like to be without. (...) I have stored little in my memory, but I can apply that little, and it is of use in many and varied emergencies. I keep it in order, but resist every attempt to increase its dead weight." - Emanuel Lasker

"...[Changers] were a threat to identity, a challenge to the individualism even of those they were never likely to impersonate. It had nothing to do with souls or physical or spiritual possession; it was, as the Idirans well understood, the behavouristic copying of another which revolted. Individuality, the thing which most humans held more precious than anything else about themselves, was somehow cheapened by the ease with which a Changer could ignore it as a limitation and use it as a disguise." - Iain Banks

"Most of us do not take these situations as teachings. We automatically hate them. We run like crazy. We use all kinds of ways to escape - all addictions stem from this moment when we meet our edge and we just can't stand it. We feel we have to soften it, pad it with something, and we become addicted to whatever it is that seems to ease the pain." - Pema Chodron

"The word "surrender" is often interpreted as giving up, as weakness, as admitting defeat. Although this is one way to use the word, we will use it in a different way. Surrendering means letting go of your resistance to the total openness of who you are. It means giving up the tension of the little vortex you believe yourself to be and realizing the deep power of the ocean you truly are. It means to open with no boundaries, emotional or physical, so you ease wide beyond any limiting sense of self you might have." - David Deida

"I feel that all knowledge should be in the free-trade zone. Your knowledge, my knowledge, everybody's knowledge should be made use of. I think people who refuse to use other people's knowledge are making a big mistake. Those who refuse to share their knowledge with other people are making a great mistake, because we need it all. I don't have any problem about ideas I got from other people. If I find them useful, I'll just ease them right in and make them my own." - Myles Horton

"At the extremity of hardship comes relief and at the tightening of the chains of trials and tribulations comes ease." - Boonaa Mohammed

"If a great thing can be done, it can be done easily, but this ease is like the of ease of a tree blossoming after long years of gathering strength." - John Ruskin

"... indefinite visions of ambition are weak against the ease of doing what is habitual or beguilingly agreeable." - George Eliot

"The Seven Factors of Awakening are mindfulness, investigation of phenomena, diligence, joy, ease, concentration, and letting go." - Nhat Hanh

"Train yourself to be in awe of the subtle, and you will live in a world of beauty and ease." - Rodney Yee

"How happy he who crowns in shades like these, A youth of labour with an age of ease." - Oliver Goldsmith

"I wish to preach, not the doctrine of ignoble ease, but the doctrine of the strenuous life." - Theodore Roosevelt

"One of the wonders of science is that it is completely universal. It crosses national boundaries with total ease." - Brian Greene

"How blest is he who crowns in shades like these A youth of labour with an age of ease!" - Oliver Goldsmith

"As you become more conscious of your body as eternity, a sense of ease, a fullness beyond description occurs." - Frederick Lenz

"If a great thing can be done, it can be done easily, but this ease is like the ease of a tree blossoming after long years of gathering strength." - John Ruskin

"In my mind nothing is more abhorrent than a life of ease. None of us has any right to ease. There is no place in civilization for the idler." - Henry Ford

"It is the just doom of laziness and gluttony to be inactive without ease and drowsy without tranquility." - Samuel Johnson

"Real joy comes not from ease or riches or from the praise of men but from doing something worthwhile." - Wilfred Grenfell

"The living room should be a place where we feel totally at ease - temple of the soul." - Terence Conran

"The job of buildings is to improve human relations: architecture must ease them, not make them worse." - Ralph Erskine

"I would rather die now than to live a life of oblivious ease in so sick a world." - Nate Saint

"Dry your eyes - O dry your eyes, For I was taught in Paradise To ease my breast of melodies." - John Keats

"Gay, sprightly, land of mirth and social ease Pleased with thyself, whom all the world can please." - Oliver Goldsmith

"O Granta! sweet Granta! where studious of ease, I slumbered seven years, and then lost by degrees." - Christopher Anstey

"O loafe and invite my soul, I lean and loafe at my ease, observing a spear of summer grass." - Walt Whitman

"when the phone rings I too would like to hear words that might ease some of this." - Charles Bukowski

"A stone that looks satisfied with its position reflects the sense of ease the waller felt when placing it there." - Dan Snow

"Painful memories didn't just ease back in-they shoved the door open hard, all of them and all at once" - Harlan Coben

"To offer no resistance to life is to be in a state of grace, ease, and lightness." - Eckhart Tolle

"I'm the last of the truly tacky women. I do trash with flash and sleaze with ease." - Bette Midler

"The goal of a great democracy should be fulfillment, not ease. It should be adequacy, not serenity." - Abram L. Sachar

"When we harness the natural force of harmony, joy, and love, we create success and good fortune with effortless ease." - Deepak Chopra

"It is in vain, I perceive, to look for ease and happiness in a world of troubles." - George Washington

"Forget fashion, dress for comfort and for ease of getting through security, so no hats, belts or unnecessary accessories." - David Harewood

"That I am one and many is at the heart of my dis-ease Yet I am one and many" - Happy Rhodes

"But whatever may be said about the Life of Work, There is no treasure quite like living at one's ease." - Francois Villon

"Oft on the dappled turf at ease I sit, and play with similes, Loose types of things through all degrees." - William Wordsworth

"Real joy comes not from ease or riches or from the praise of men, but from doing something worthwhile." - Wilfred Grenfell

"It is the doom of laziness and gluttony to be inactive without ease, and drowsy without tranquility." - Samuel Johnson

"The thickness of the walls should be sufficient for two armed men to pass each other with ease." - Marcus Vitruvius Pollio

"I felt ill at ease with all this air about me, lost before the confusion of innumerable prospects." - Samuel Beckett

"Here take this silver, it may ease thy care; We are God's stewards all, naught of our own we bear." - Thomas Chatterton

"The thickness of the walls should be sufficient for two armed men to pass each other with ease." - Marcus V. Pollio

"The voice of a person thinking, discovering, revising, is ever-present without any loss in grace or ease." - Susan Stewart

"And is he honest who resists his genius or conscience only for the sake of present ease or gratification" - William Blake

"It could draw from a greater reservoir of freedom. The irony could develop an even greater ease." - Elfriede Jelinek

"I blew the college boards, and to ease the snub from Harvard made a tour of Europe." - Steve Sabol

"Somehow Photoshop and the ease with which one can produce an image has degraded the quality of photography in general." - Elliott Erwitt

"Never throughout history has a man who lived a life of ease left a name worth remembering." - Theodore Roosevelt

"Our admiration of fine writing will always be in proportion to its real difficulty and its apparent ease." - Charles Caleb Colton

"God did not intend the human family to be wafted to heaven on flowery beds of ease." - Frank Knox

"Ease and speed in doing a thing do not give the work lasting solidity or exactness of beauty." - Plutarch

"Exile, for no other motive than ease, would be the last defeat, with no seed of future victory in it." - Lois Mcmaster Bujold

"We are constantly misled by the ease with which our minds fall into the ruts of one or two experiences" - William Osler

"Advertising is the genie which is transforming America into a place of comfort, luxury and ease for millions." - William Allen White

"The thickness of the walls should be sufficient for two armed men to pass each other with ease." - Vitruvius



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