Quotes having the keyword Anonymous
All this technology for connection and what we really only know more about is how anonymous we are in the grand scheme of things.
by Heather Donahue (born in 1974) keywords: anonymous, connection, grand, how, know, more, only, really, scheme, technology , things
Some of the best stories that I've gotten, that others have written about this administration, about the previous administration, you have to rely on anonymous sources.
by Michael Isikoffkeywords: administration, anonymous, best, gotten, others, previous, rely, some, sources, stories , written
Anonymous sources are a practice of American journalism in the 20th and 21st century, a relatively recent practice. The literary tradition of anonymity goes back to the Bible.
by Joe Klein (born in 1946) keywords: american, anonymity, anonymous, back, bible, century, goes, journalism, literary, practice, recent, relatively, sources , tradition
We already know that anonymous letters are despicable. In etiquette, as well as in law, hiring a hit man to do the job does not relieve you of responsibility.
by Judith Martin (born in 1938) keywords: already, anonymous, despicable, does, etiquette, hiring, hit, job, know, law, letters, man, relieve, responsibility , well
There are, in the King case in particular, e names of confidential informants, persons to whom we promised confidentiality in return for their testimony. We have put their testimony in the public domain, but feel that their names should continue to be anonymous.
by Louis Stokes (born in 1925) keywords: anonymous, case, confidential, confidentiality, continue, domain, feel, king, names, particular, persons, promised, public, put, return, should, testimony, their , whom
Even if a university should turn out to be another version of a school, I had decided I could lose myself afterwards as an anonymous particle of the London I already loved.
by Patrick White (born in 1912) keywords: afterwards, already, anonymous, another, could, decided, even, had, london, lose, loved, myself, out, particle, school, should, turn, university , version
To this congress the poet speaks not of peculiar and personal things, but of what in himself is most common, most anonymous, most fundamental, most true of all men.
by Richard Wilbur (born in 1921) keywords: anonymous, common, congress, fundamental, himself, men, most, peculiar, personal, poet, speaks, things , true