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"Writing is thinking on paper." - William Zinsser

"All works of love are works of peace." - Mother Teresa

"If it works, it's obsolete." - Marshall Mcluhan

"Sometimes knowing what's right isn't a rational decision, or even what works on paper. Sometimes leaving is the best course of action after all." - Jodi Picoult

"One might better try to sail the Atlantic in a paper boat, than try to get to heaven on good works." - Charles Spurgeon

"This is exactly how the World Wide Web works: the HTML files are the pithy description on the paper tape, and your Web browser is Ronald Reagan." - Neal Stephenson

"People don't buy plastic and paper, they buy emotions." - Scott Young

"Never begin the day until it is finished on paper." - Jim Rohn

"Tailor gang they rolling up those paper planes." - Wiz Khalifa

"Count my own money, see the paper cut fingers?" - Drake

"Only paper flowers are afraid of the rain." - Mary Quant

"The person that works the hardest wins." - Will Smith

"Harder he works, the luckier he gets." - Ian Chappell

"Words of love are works of love." - William Rounseville Alger

"Every new routine I have ever written and performed probably occurred extemporaneously. Then after you have fleshed it out and tried it out in front of a number of audiences and it works, you put it down on paper." - Bob Newhart

"I write description in longhand because that's hardest for me and you're closer to the paper when you work by hand, but I use the typewriter for dialogue because people speak like a typewriter works." - Ernest Hemingway

"As a physicist, I can state that none of the 18 physicists who signed the Statement works in this field; nor to my knowledge has ever published a paper on this subject." - David Douglass

"A paper town for a paper girl." - John Green

"Any system or blueprint for success is better than none at all. Think on paper." - Brian Tracy

"I still have my laptop but I haven't used it. I'm a paper man, not electronic." - Carlos Slim

"A child's life is like a piece of paper on which every person leaves a mark." - Robert A Heinlein

"Writing a manual forces you to place your thoughts and ideas down on paper." - Tara VanDerveer

"this lifeless paper, cruel imposter, was the only to take her with him" - Lauren Kate

"This looks a good team on paper, let's see how it looks on grass." - Nigel Melville

"Racing shirts should be sold on big, thick rolls like paper towels." - Brad Alan Lewis

"....a perfect paper airplane." - Ellen Hopkins

"Yeah? For what paper?" - Yogi Berra

"Write . . . write . . . pencil . . . paper." - Heinrich Heine

"If we really love ourselves, everything in our life works." - Louise Hay

"Nothing works better than just improving your product." - Joel Spolsky

"Communication works for those who work at it." - John Powell

"Don't explain why it works; explain how you use it." - Steven Brust

"All great works of art are trophies of victorious struggle." - Julius Meier-Graefe

"Prayer only works when the channels are open." - Woodrow M. Kroll

"The world knows little of the works wrought by prayer." - Dwight L Moody

"It works better for me to be nervous and hungry." - Lance Armstrong

"Capitalism works." - Michael Bloomberg

"Learn how to meditate on paper. Drawing and writing are forms of meditation. Learn how to contemplate works of art. Learn how to pray in the streets or in the country. Know how to meditate not only when you have a book in your hand but when you are waiting for a bus or riding in a train." - Thomas Merton

"If I tried to write long-hand, I suppose I'd never finish a novel. I edit too much as I write - the paper would be "white-out" and sharpie marks. Writing with a computer works for me, so I stick with it." - Nicholas Sparks

"The traditional notion of an architect having a vision of a building and then drawing it either on paper or on a computer and then constructing it isn't really how architecture works, and in reality, the computer has a lot of influence on design." - Michael Hansmeyer

"I myself saw the great works of Western civilization for the first time in my high school in Lithuania in bad black-and-white reproductions on miserable paper. That was, for many years, what art was for me. But from those miserable black-and-white reproductions, I got something, something unmistakable." - Jonas Mekas

"The traditional notion of an architect having a vision of a building and then drawing it either on paper or on a computer and then constructing it isnt really how architecture works, and in reality, the computer has a lot of influence on design." - Michael Hansmeyer

"I've been collecting art for much of my adult life. I started around 1960. And my wife and I really enjoy art a great deal. We don't have a lot of money, so we have works on paper, but we enjoy them a great deal." - Eric Kandel

"Imitating paper isn't the goal; the goal is surpassing paper." - Mark Bernstein

"I never threw away that paper with my Grammy speech because I haven't hit the pinnacles I plan to reach." - Drake

"All reactionaries are paper tigers." - Mao Tse-Tung

"Anything on paper is obsolete!" - Craig Reucassel

"Imperialism is a paper tiger." - Mao Zedong

"All reactionaries are paper tigers." - Mao Zedong

"Anything on paper is obsolete!" - Craig Bruce

"The key idea of agile is that teams essentially manage themselves. ... It works in software, and it turns out that it works with kids." - Bruce Feiler

"He that loves works out good to those that he loves, as he is able. God's power and will are equal; what He wills He works." - John Owen

"Love works magic. It is the finalpurpose of the world story, the Amen of the universe." - Novalis

"In the vaunted works of Art, The master-stroke is Nature's part." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"In science, read, by preference, the newest works; in literature the oldest." - Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton

"...you're never going to have a legal immigration system that works if you grant amnesty." - Marco Rubio

"My net worth, that net works. Keep my shooters out in Brooklyn where the Nets work." - Nicki Minaj

"The last thing we'll hear is some scientist saying 'It works!'" - Jon Stewart

"He [Jesus] has no need of our works but only of our love." - Therese Of Lisieux

"Taste is nothing but an enlarged capacity for receiving pleasure from works of imagination." - William Hazlitt

"My nature is subdued to what it works in, like the dyer's hand." - William Shakespeare

"No one who works for a living should live in poverty." - Edward Kennedy

"This is a business, the direct selling, that bizarrely works best when times are bad." - Jim Cramer

"Great works are done when one is not calculating and thinking." - D. T. Suzuki

"God in making man intended by him to reduce all His Works back again to Himself." - Matthew Barker

"O nature!... Enrich me with the knowledge of thy works; Snatch me to Heaven." - James Thomson

"Resolves perish into vacancy, that, if executed, might have been noble works." - Henry Giles

"Unfortunately, propaganda works." - Andy Rooney

"The blood of Christ is necessary to purge the faults clinging to our best works." - John Calvin

"One look that works is better than twenty lines of dialogue." - John Wayne

"Our faces will become works of art that our grandchildren will treasure." - Adriana Trigiani

"Try lighting your house by prayer instead of electricity and see which one works." - A.C. Grayling

"Trust works both ways" - Alyson Noel

"I think probably everybody works most on the beginning and the ending." - William Monahan

"It is fundamentally crazy to build wind farms out at sea. But it works!" - Tulsi Tanti

"Logic works, metaphysics contemplates." - Joseph Joubert

"Free love never works." - Jennifer Aniston

"Every director works differently." - Cate Blanchett

"We want to understand what works here rather than what worked at any other organization." - Laszlo Bock

"Someone who works only for the money will give you trouble one day because of money." - Jin Sun Mi

"Talent works, genius creates." - Robert Schumann

"If I find a comedy club where no one's camera works, I'll go." - Chris Rock

"My mom's a social worker, and my dad works in non-profit organisations." - Seth Rogen

"Truth is what works." - William James

"The foundations of population genetics were laid chiefly by mathematical deduction from basic premises contained in the works of Mendel and Morgan and their followers. Haldane, Wright, and Fisher are the pioneers of population genetics whose main research equipment was paper and ink rather than microscopes, experimental fields, Drosophila bottles, or mouse cages. Theirs is theoretical biology at its best, and it has provided a guiding light for rigorous quantitative experimentation and observation." - Theodosius Dobzhansky

"... The Book is more important than your plans for it. You have to go with what works for The Book - if your ideas appear hollow or forced when they are put on paper, chop them, erase them, pulverise them and start again. Don't whine when things are not going your way, because they are going the right way for The Book, which is more important. The show must go on, and so must The Book." - E. A. Bucchianeri

"I decided honestly that comic art is an art form in itself. It reflects the life and times more accurately and actually is more artistic than magazine illustration - since it is entirely creative. An illustrator works with camera and models; a comic artist begins with a white sheet of paper and dreams up his own business - he is playwright, director, editor and artist at once." - Alex Raymond

"At its heart, this book touches on a mystery of economics: what exactly is happening in our world, and why does it often work so well? As the authors show, apparently messy systems - such as untidy desks - actually exhibit a high degree of order: the piles of paper are close to hand, and the most important documents tend to make their way to the top while un-needed ones sink to the bottom. If the mess works, why mess with it?" - Nicholas Blincoe

"Literature cannot develop between the categories "permitted"-"not permitted"-"this you can and that you can't." Literature that is not the air of its contemporary society, that dares not warn in time against threatening moral and social dangers, such literature does not deserve the name of literature; it is only a facade. Such literature loses the confidence of its own people, and its published works are used as waste paper instead of being read. -Letter to the Fourth National Congress of Soviet Writers" - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

"As a matter of fact, it was only through the dealer Fred Jahn that I succeeded in overcoming my reservation about the works on paper and exhibiting them. Added to this, of course, was the fact that after ten years I could see the watercolours in a different light, and in conjunction with pictures painted afterwards, they had at least become more comprehensible to me." - Gerhard Richter

"I use an Electrix repeater [for live looping]. It works...it's unstable and the MIDI implementation was written by a sped. I think it's Canadian but that may be a coincidence. I've been through all sorts, the original jam man was great but clicked on the loop if you didn't get it just right, something I am familiar with. As I said in another answer I have an RC50 but haven't fired it up yet. On paper it looks great." - Robin Guthrie

"The thing about how that process works is that it's more about the editing and time for judging the ideas. Most pieces I publish each week have been around for months. This is a response to the beginning of the strip, when I was making them so quickly. I would just conceive a piece, finish it, and then the next day see it in the paper. That was when I was doing dailies four days a week." - Paul Madonna

"I invented a camera that has an exposure time of one hundred years and the camera works in the simplest possible terms, because anything more complicated is more likely to break down in one way or another. It's a pinhole camera that lets in very low light and instead of exposing film, which is going to spoil within a matter of days or weeks, I'm using ordinary black paper." - Jonathon Keats

"Over two thousand years ago, Aristotle taught us that money should be durable, divisible, consistent, convenient, and value in itself. It should be durable, which is why wheat isn't money; divisible which is why works of art are not money; consistent which is why real estate isn't money; convenient, which is why lead isn't money; value in itself, which is why paper shouldn't be money. Gold answers to all these criteria." - Doug Casey

"In 1915 Sophie Tauber and I carried out our first works in the simplest forms, using painting, embroidery and pasted paper (without using oil colors to avoid any reference with usual painting). These were probably the first manifestations of their kind, pictures that were their own reality, without meaning or cerebral intention. We rejected everything in the nature of a copy or a description, in order to give free flow to what was elemental and spontaneous." - Hans Arp

"Standards are paper. I use paper to wipe my butt every day. That's how much that paper is worth." - Linus Torvalds

"I met this cowboy with a brown paper hat, paper waistcoat and paper trousers. He was wanted for rustling." - Chic Murray

"A cigarette is a pinch of tobacco rolled in paper with fire at one end and a fool at the other." - George Bernard Shaw

"If congress has the right under the Constitution to issue paper money, it was given them to use themselves, not to be delegated to individuals or corporations." - Andrew Jackson

"I have also a paper afloat, with an electromagnetic theory of light, which, till I am convinced to the contrary, I hold to be great guns." - James Clerk Maxwell

"Compare the silent rose of the sun And rain, the blood-rose living in its smell, With this paper, this dust. That states the point." - Wallace Stevens

"If you attempt an actual argument with a modern paper of opposite politics, you will have no answer except slanging or silence." - Gilbert K Chesterton

"Citizenship to me is more than a piece of paper. Citizenship is also about character. I am an American. We're just waiting for our country to recognize it." - Jose Antonio Vargas

"Wayne put me right here, that's who I get the paper wit. I hope that my success never alters our relationship." - Drake

"But love isn't quantifiable on paper." - Maggie Stiefvater

"Paper is more patient than man." - Anne Frank

"Make deals with people, not paper." - Penn Jillette

"Paper Moon didn't bring me love." - Tatum O'Neal

"he(Quinn)put his hand out to his friend. "I'll lay my life down for you.With or Without that piece of paper" - J.R. Ward

"You don't drive races on paper." - Kimi Raikkonen

"Paper is always strongest at the perforations." - Stephen Corry

"The paper standard is self-destructive." - Hans F. Sennholz

"Our civilization depends largely on paper." - Pliny The Elder

"Is the Scientific Paper a Fraud?" - Peter Medawar

"Don't chase the paper, chase the dream," - Puff Daddy

"You don't drive races on paper." - Kimi Raikkonen

"Paper buys time. Steel buys freedom." - Philip D. Murphy

"Paper is like Joyce Carol Oates: white." - Caryl Churchill

"You do' drive races on paper." - Kimi Raikkonen

"Money could never have originated as paper." - James Cook

"I used to cut out paper dolls." - Andy Warhol

"My vocation to preach on paper." - Harriet Beecher Stowe

"A white wall is the fool's paper." - Proverbs

"Because paper has more patience than people." - Anne Frank

"Paper Moon didn't bring me love." - Tatum Oneal

"Birds are an ecological litmus paper." - Roger Tory Peterson

"We're all pretty ordinary on paper." - Michael Bergin

"Blank paper has always inspired me." - Daniel Handler

"I like to make collages - paper collages." - Rachel True

"Anything beats an expensive stack of paper." - Larry Niven

"Marches work, rallies work, civil disobedience works, direct action works, voting works, writing letters works, speaking to churches and schools works, rioting works." - Cleve Jones

"Paper is my best friend and paper seller is my worst friend!" - Javad Alizadeh

"But on paper, things can live forever. On paper, a butterfly never dies." - Jacqueline Woodson

"All those paper people living in their paper houses, burning the future to stay warm." - John Green

"Paper is the strongest material in the world; paper can handle what I can't." - Nadeem Aslam

"All the things paper-thin and paper-frail, and all the people too." - John Green

"I try not to change my political point of view from paper to paper." - Jonathan Shapiro

"My dad has always taught me these words: care and share. That's why we put on clinics. The only thing I can do is try to give back. If it works, it works." - Tiger Woods

"Good wine makes good blood, good blood causeth good humors, good humors cause good thoughts, good thoughts bring forth good works, good works carry a man to heaven, ergo, good wine carrieth a man to heaven." - James Howell

"Where God works, He works with men that work." - Charles Spurgeon

"There is beauty when something works and it works intuitively." - Jonathan Ive

"Management works in the system; leadership works on the system." - Stephen Covey

"The farmer works the soil. The agriculturalist works the farmer." - Eugene F. Ware

"Can one make works which are not works of 'art'?" - Marcel Duchamp

"The farmer works the soil. The agriculturalist works the farmer." - Eugene Fitch Ware

"the brain works better if the hand works too." - Olive Schreiner

"I am pragmatic. That which works, works, and theory can go screw itself. However, my pragmatism also extends to maintainability, which is why I also want it done well." - Linus Torvalds

"Delegating work works, provided the one delegating works, too." - Robert Half

"There is beauty when something works and it works intuitively." - Jonathan Ive

"I'm generally a very pragmatic person: that which works, works." - Linus Torvalds



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