Anytime you see a turtle up on top of a fence post, you know he had some help.alex haley
When the rain came down, I was older than the earth. I could die right now, and plan another birth Anytime I choose. I am in peace, in love, in harmony, when the rain comeshappy rhodes
"The dog may be man Horse, donkey, too But the bull - Man can not Anytime."
Anytime you look at anything that's considered artistic , there's a commercial world around it: the ballet, opera , any kind of music . It can't exist without it.
Susannah at home is quite the opposite to Trinny... Susannah has a big rambling house and there's dogs and there's kids and there's nannies, and you can come over Anytime you like, and if you can have supper she'll throw it together in a minute. It's easy, it's fabulous to be around her.susannah constantine
I had an idyllic childhood and when my parents bought me a Punch and Judy Show and a ventriloquist's dummy, I'd perform anywhere, Anytime. My parents were wonderful when I told them I wanted to be an entertainer.ken dodd
I'm not going to win an Oscar Anytime soon. I'm not Meryl Streep.megan fox
No idea holds greater sway in the minds of educated Americans that the belief that it is possible to democratize governments Anytime and anywhere under any circumstances .jeane kirkpatrick
I'll be ready for my first kiss! When it happens, it'll happen, but I don't know. It doesn't look like that will be Anytime soon.emma roberts
1 Kalki ( talk · contributions ) 18:18, 22 December 2009 (UTC) * 2 Kalki 14:09, 25 December 2008 (UTC) I do appreciate the significance of this quote, but have no strong desire to use it Anytime soon. Politics is war without bloodshed while war is politics with bloodshed. ~ Mao Zedong (born December 26)
No one, neither the patient receiving an abortion, nor the person doing the abortion, is ever, at Anytime, unaware that they are ending a life...
The rule is derived inductively from experience , therefore does not have any inner necessity, is always valid only for special cases and can Anytime be refuted by opposite facts . On the contrary, the law is a logical relation between conceptual constructions; it is therefore deductible from upper [übergeordnete] laws and enables the derivation of lower laws; it has as such a logical necessity in concordance with its upper premises; it is not a mere statement of probability, but has a compelling, apodictic logical value once its premises are accepted
Anytime a fan touches you, you have the right to beat the hell out of him.charles barkley