Quotes having the keyword Move
Even though we didn't actually record it as the Move I had already written a song called 'Dear Elaine,' which I subsequently put on the Boulders album. I thought at the time that was probably the best song I'd written.
by Roy Wood (born in 1946) keywords: actually, album, already, best, called, dear, elaine, even, had, move, probably, put, record, song, subsequently, though, thought, time, which , written
I named it that because more or less each person from the band used to play in other bands and when we left respective bands other members from those bands all sort of changed round. It was a big sort of move thing. I got it from that, I suppose.
by Roy Wood (born in 1946) keywords: band, bands, because, big, changed, each, got, left, less, members, more, move, named, other, person, play, respective, round, sort, suppose, thing, those , used
I've learned one thing about life. We're a good deal like that ball, dancing on the fountain. We know as little about the forces that move us, and move the world around us, as that empty ball does.
by Ardel Wraykeywords: around, ball, dancing, deal, does, empty, forces, fountain, good, know, learned, life, little, move, thing, us , world
Natural Selection never made it come to pass, as a habit of nature, that an unsupported stone should move downwards rather than upwards. It applies to no part of inorganic nature, and is very limited even in the phenomena of organic life.
by Chauncey Wright (born in 1830) keywords: applies, come, downwards, even, habit, inorganic, life, limited, made, move, natural, nature, never, organic, part, pass, phenomena, rather, selection, should, stone, than, unsupported, upwards , very
We must move away from our dependency on fossil fuels, and I am glad that GM has invested over $1 billion in hydrogen fuel cells cars to meet this goal.
by Albert Wynn (born in 1951) keywords: am, away, billion, cars, cells, dependency, fossil, fuel, fuels, glad, gm, goal, hydrogen, invested, meet, move, must, our , over
The bicycle is a former child's toy that has now been elevated to icon status because, presumably, it can move the human form from pillar to post without damage to the environment.
by Brock Yates (born in 1933) keywords: because, been, bicycle, child, damage, elevated, environment, form, former, human, icon, move, now, pillar, post, presumably, status, toy , without
Now, I do think when we move into 2012 and '13 when, presumably, the economy is on firmer ground, I would allow the tax rates for upper-income individuals to revert back to where they were before the cuts in the 1990s. I think at that point it makes perfect sense.
by Mark Zandikeywords: allow, back, before, cuts, economy, firmer, ground, individuals, into, makes, move, now, perfect, point, presumably, rates, revert, sense, tax, think, were, where , would