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#1. In particular, for younger researchers on whom the future of mankind may depend. We believe that they are working with all the scientific wisdom at their disposal for the preservation of the inheritance of the earth and for the lasting survival of mankind. - Author: Kenichi Fukui
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Kenichi Fukui
#2. Through the same plan of a conformity to nature in our artificial institutions, and by calling in the aid of her unerring and powerful instincts to fortify the fallible and feeble contrivances of our reason, we have derived several other, and those no small, benefits from considering our liberties in the light of an inheritance. Always acting as if in the presence of canonized forefathers, the spirit of freedom, leading in itself to misrule and excess, is tempered with an awful gravity. This idea of a liberal descent inspires us with a sense of habitual native dignity which prevents that upstart insolence almost inevitably adhering to and disgracing those who are the first acquirers of any distinction. By this means our liberty becomes a noble freedom. - Author: Edmund Burke
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Edmund Burke
#3. Each civilization, each nation, each family, each profession, each sex and each class has its own history. Humans have so far been interested mainly in their own private roots, and have therefore never claimed the whole of the inheritance into which they were born, the legacy of everybody's past experience. Each generation searches only for what it thinks it lacks, and recognizes only what it knows already. - Author: Theodore Zeldin
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Theodore Zeldin
#4. It is much simpler and easier to collect and caress the trophies of our democratic inheritance than it is to fashion up-to-date tools with which to work on our current problems. - Author: Charles Ferguson
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Charles Ferguson
#5. Justification is the truly dramatic transition from the status of a condemned criminal awaiting a terrible sentence to that of an heir awaiting a fabulous inheritance. - Author: J.I. Packer
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by J.I. Packer
#6. Delaying giving as a strategy for future kingdom building is risky. We could hold on to assets out of fear of letting go or unwillingness to surrender control to the Lord. As long as money lies within our grasp, there's not only the danger that we'll lose the assets, but also that we'll change our minds or be seduced by the status, prestige, and recognition of controlling (or having our name attached to the distribution of) what belongs to God. - Author: Randy Alcorn
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#7. In fact, the history of North America has been perhaps more profoundly influenced by man's inheritance from his past homes than by the physical features of his present home. - Author: Ellsworth Huntington
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Ellsworth Huntington
#8. Your legacy will be the world's inheritance, and the laughter you left us with will be the birthright of a new generation.
from a letter to Robin Williams - Author: Michelle Franklin
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Michelle Franklin
#9. Eragon went to see the dragon for the first time since it had spoken to him. He approached apprehensively, aware now that it was an equal.
"Is that all you can say?" he snapped.
His eyes widened at the unexpected reply, and he sat down roughly.
Now it has a sense of humor. What next? - Author: Christopher Paolini
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Christopher Paolini
#10. Wardress in a prison,was she, that old hippopotamus? That is significant, perhaps."
Sarah said:
"You mean that that is the cause of her tyranny? It is the habit of her former profession."
Gerard shook his head.
"No, that is approaching it from the wrong angle. There is some deep underlying compulsion. She does not love tyranny because she has been a wardress. Let us rather say that she became a wardress because she loved tyranny. In my theory it was a secret desire for power over other human beings that led her to adopt that profession."
His face was very grave.
"There are such strange things buried down in the unconscious. A lust for power - a lust for cruelty - a savage desire to tear and rend - all the inheritance of our past racial memories...They are all there, Miss King, all the cruelty and savagery and lust...We shut the door on them and deny them conscious life, but sometimes - they are too strong."
Sarah shivered. "I know."
Gerard continued: "We see it all around us today - in political creeds, in the conduct of nations. A reaction from humanitarianism - from pity - from brotherly good-will. The creeds sound well sometimes - a wise régime - a beneficent government - but imposed by force - resting on a basis of cruelty and fear. They are opening the door, these apostles of violence, they are letting up the old savagery, the old delight in cruelty for its own sake! Oh, it is difficult - Man is an animal very delicately balanced. - Author: Agatha Christie
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Agatha Christie
#11. Some believe all that parents, tutors, and kindred believe. They take their principles by inheritance, and defend them as they would their estates, because they are born heirs to them. - Author: Alan Watts
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Alan Watts
#12. Just what is the civil law? What neither influence can affect, nor power break, nor money corrupt: were it to be suppressed or even merely ignored or inadequately observed, no one would feel safe about anything, whether his own possessions, the inheritance he expects from his father, or the bequests he makes to his children. - Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#13. The world is an abundant place. Abundant with opportunity, abundant with good fortune, abundant with ideas, and abundant with love. Reach into that abundance and take what is rightfully yours. It is your inheritance, gifted to you by God. Let yourself have it. - Author: Neale Donald Walsch
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Neale Donald Walsch
#14. They defend their errors as if they were defending their inheritance. - Author: Edmund Burke
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Edmund Burke
#15. Time consecrates; and what is gray with age becomes religion. - Author: Friedrich Schiller
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Friedrich Schiller
#16. We want to be saved from our misery, but not from our sin. We want to sin without misery, just as the prodigal son wanted inheritance without the father. The foremost spiritual law of the physical universe is that this hope can never be realized. Sin always accompanies misery. There is no victimless crime, and all creation is subject to decay because of humanity's rebellion from God. - Author: R.C. Sproul
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#17. Through our awareness, we can open the inheritance of our qualities or talents, and behind that, reside in the stillness of being, present in the sanctity of universal love. - Author: Georgi Y. Johnson
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#18. As a progressive discipline [biochemistry] belongs to the present century. From the experimental physiologists of the last century it obtained a charter, and, from a few pioneers of its own, a promise of success; but for the furtherance of its essential aim that century left it but a small inheritance of facts and methods. By its essential or ultimate aim I myself mean an adequate and acceptable description of molecular dynamics in living cells and tissues. - Author: Frederick Gowland Hopkins
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Frederick Gowland Hopkins
#19. The stream of time sweeps away errors, and leaves the truth for the inheritance of humanity. - Author: Georg Brandes
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Georg Brandes
#20. What do you know about me, Isabeau?"

He leaned forward, and I forced myself to stay still instead of shying away. He was so close that I could smell the subtle notes of his cologne: musk and wood with a hint of leather.

What did he want me to say? That everyone said he was an ogre? Or that they all wanted to sleep with him anyway?


"Go on. You won't hurt my feelings."

He was still smiling, slight dimples visible in both cheeks. The sight was destracting, to say the least.

"I know that you're the youngest CEO and partner in the company's history, and I know that you earned the spot by working your way up after graduate school instead of using your inheritance as a crutch."

"Everyone knows that. What do you know about me? The real stuff. None of this press release bullshit."

I looked down at my hands, anything not to have to look up at his face so close to me.

"Um. People say... they say that you're scary. And that your assistants don't last long."

He laughed, a deep, warm sound that seemed to fill up the office. I glanced up to see him smirking at me. I relaxed my grip on the desk a little. Maybe I wasn't being fired after all.

"What else do they say?"

Oh, God. He can't possibly want me to tell him everything. Does he? The look on his face confirmed that he did. It was clear by the way he looked at me that I wasn't leaving this office un - Author: Delilah Fawkes
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Delilah Fawkes
#21. Better the little that the righteous have than the wealth of many wicked; 17 for the power of the wicked will be broken, but the LORD upholds the righteous. 18 The blameless spend their days under the LORD's care, and their inheritance will endure forever. - Author: Anonymous
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Anonymous
#22. I'm not particularly in favor of doctrine or creed, ordination, the elevation of holy texts, the institution of church, or, for that matter, Christianity. Like most religions, it has irreconcilable shortcomings and an unforgivable history. What I do favor is the attempt to make sense of things by living within a story. The Christian story, for good or ill, is my inheritance. - Author: Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew
#23. If variations useful to any organic being do occur, assuredly individuals thus characterized will have the best chance of being perserved in the struggle for life; and from the strong principle of inheritance they will tend to produce offsping similarly characterized. This principle of preservation, I have called, for the sake of brevity, Natural Selection. - Author: Charles Darwin
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Charles Darwin
#24. He came to believe that this was the very sort of thing that happened when you let yourself get caught in one culture's insistence that love ought to be like this or that. The key for people like him, he ultimately concluded, in this as in most matters, was to be nimble. Your privilege as an immigrant was to pick and choose your inheritance, maintain what suited you and participate merely to the extent of your patience and interest. It was not in your nature to align with one side fully, and so you couldn't help but make a life that was both apart and among. You didn't make one choice and stick with it but, rather, hundreds of minor choices with which you created a unique path through the corridors of old traditions and the avenues of the new. And you cultivated this dividedness because you carried always the imprint of that first move -- the decision to leave home. Indeed, this initiating choice, more than anything, was your true inheritance. - Author: Saher Alam
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Saher Alam
#25. Storytelling is an essential part of our cultural and human identity...when we become afraid of stories outside the mainstream, I believe we have lost a valuable part of our cultural inheritance and growth. - Author: Louise Sommer
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Louise Sommer
#26. How marvelous, wide and broad is my Inheritance! Time is my property, my estate is time. - Author: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#27. It has been said that life has no guarantees and with that I disagree. Life gives us two great assurances and the first is that we have our personal allocation of time. For some it is only a minute and for others a century or more. Like a great inheritance of calendars and clocks, we are measured a portion of time to have as our own. The rhythm of your heart is your concert of life and no others. The impressions and thoughts of daily events are independent of any other person. We are magnificently autonomous and gifted with a liberation waiting to happen. - Author: David Ellsworth From The Serenity Of Selfism
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by David Ellsworth From The Serenity Of Selfism
#28. 3 All praise to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is by his great mercy that we have been born again, because God raised Jesus Christ from the dead. Now we live with great expectation, 4 and we have a priceless inheritance - an inheritance that is kept in heaven for you, pure and undefiled, beyond the reach of change and decay. 5 And through your faith, God is protecting you by his power until you receive this salvation, which is ready to be revealed on the last day for all to see. - Author: Anonymous
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Anonymous
#29. Accountability in public office is but one manifestation of this cultural inheritance, and we should not be surprised that it is the first thing to disappear when the utopians and the planners take over. - Author: Roger Scruton
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Roger Scruton
#30. A nation's character is the sum of its splendid deeds; they constitute one common patrimony, the nation's inheritance. They awe foreign powers, they arouse and animate our own people. - Author: Henry Clay
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#31. Creeds, like other goods, pass by inheritance to descendants. - Author: Amos Bronson Alcott
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Amos Bronson Alcott
#32. At Equator Ranch a decade before, his debut lambing had turned out only six surviving animals of four thousand ewes. Undaunted, he had burned through more of his inheritance (eighty thousand pounds, some claimed), replaced his stock, learned his hard lessons, and was now the most successful large-scale rancher in all of Kenya. Not - Author: Paula McLain
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Paula McLain
#33. (Refresher course I just completed twenty minutes ago: In the Koran, it is Ismail, Abraham's elder son by Sarah's maidservant Hagar, whom Sarah gave to Abraham as concubine to bear them a child, that Abraham takes up the mountain with plans to sacrifice. In the Old Testament it's Isaac, Abraham's younger son by Sarah herself, Abraham takes up the mountain. In this version Sarah sees Ismail playing with Isaac long before the trip up the mountain, becomes jealous about her own son's inheritance - even though the whole Hagar-Abraham thing was her idea to begin with - and forces Abraham to send Hagar and Ismail away.) - Author: Claire Sydenham
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Claire Sydenham
#34. How often, in our Christian lives, do we settle for a "snack"
something quick
instead of feasting on all we have in Jesus? Are we looking into the Word, considering all we have been given, gazing at the cross in gratefulness? Jesus didn't just set us free from bondage
He gave us an inheritance. He didn't simply pay our debt
He gave us His bank account of righteousness. He didn't merely release us from Satan's grip
He asked us to be His bride. He takes us from dungeon to palace. Ashes to beauty. Rejected to cherished. Starving to feasting. - Author: Grace Mally
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Grace Mally
#35. As there would be no more inheritance, there would be no more greed. Peter Kropotkin - Author: Barbara W. Tuchman
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Barbara W. Tuchman
#36. Religion is the eldest sister of philosophy: on whatever subjects they may differ, it is unbecoming in either to quarrel, and most so about their inheritance. - Author: Walter Savage Landor
Prototypal Inheritance quotes by Walter Savage Landor
#37. You might be tempted to skip the middleman and just leave this bit of code in Bicycle to begin with, but this push-everything-down-and-then-pull-some-things-up strategy is an important part of this refactoring. Many of the difficulties of inheritance are caused by a failure - Author: Anonymous
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