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When sin lets us alone we may let sin alone; but as sin is never less quiet than when it seems to be most quiet, and its waters are for the most part deep when they are still, so ought our contrivances against it to be vigorous at all times and in al


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I don't think you necessarily identify and believe in the motifs of the character, but you have to w...
CLIVE OWEN
I just really like her voice. There's a certain intimacy to her singing that appeals to me. But she ...
CHUCK OWEN
My arms have mutinied against me — brutes!
My fingers fidget like ten idle brats,
My back's...
WILFRED OWEN
I have been given the name of a good surgeon and I am going to have a pin inserted.
MICHAEL OWEN
Seasoned liars should never be allowed to occupy the post of Leader of the House and the very fact t...
OWEN BONNICI
In scholarly circles, it has long been unfashionable to demonize Judas and Catholics in Britain are ...
RICHARD OWEN
The world is filled with folly and sin, And Love must cling, where it can, I say: For Beauty is easy...
OWEN MEREDITH
When yu' can't have what you choose, yu' just choose what you have.
OWEN WISTER
I am only conscious of any satisfaction in Scientific Reading or thinking when it rounds off into a ...
WILFRED OWEN
In each moment you are nurturing or damaging your relationship with yourself.
SAM OWEN
When you put better teams in front of you, that's when the big players rise to that occasion.
MICHAEL OWEN
He's an experienced and capable warden and well respected by his peers. Everyone I've ever talked to...
STEVEN OWEN
Schools, parks, movie theaters, most public venues carried the banner of separation and he was a chi...
TOM OWEN
The objective is to change the system and the behaviour it encourages, rather than replacing 'bad' p...
OWEN JONES
The modern Establishment relies on a mantra of 'There Is No Alternative': potential opposition is gu...
OWEN JONES
All the world old is queer save thee and me, and even thou art a little queer.
ROBERT OWEN
When I begin to eliminate from the list all those professions which are impossible from a financial ...
WILFRED OWEN
From an outsider's perspective I can understand it seems odd to open a new facility while another on...
STEVE OWEN
The dilemma is that there was no direct contract with ICE, because that was handled through the one ...
STEVE OWEN
Everyone feels depressed, angry or frustrated at times; it’s a crossroads not a dead end.
SAM OWEN
They are lignite mines, a very soft, brown coal. The mines are up near Henderson, and there are othe...
DONALD OWEN
I welcome the additional investment... it safeguards the current 24-hour doctor led service, which m...
DAVID OWEN
It's a disgrace on us all that he was allowed to stay in office as long as he did
DAVID OWEN
I'm not quite sure what I do now.
DAVE OWEN
That the variability of an organism to a certain extent is a constant and certain condition of life ...
RICHARD OWEN
It's a great opportunity for Wayne County. I just wish they'd get it moving. Michigan has suffered b...
FRED OWEN
I made a decision on faith that Wayne County was going to get this in place.
FRED OWEN
Presence is an important tool. There's no question that people understand now that we don't have off...
GARY OWEN
Since we lost our quarterback from last year, I thought I should step up because I have some experie...
GARY OWEN
We're trying to find the heart and soul of each of these songwriters. The through-line is going to b...
JEFF OWEN
Brockhurst, the champion of individualism, was soon launched on his favorite topic.

"The ...
OWEN JOHNSON
This is fantastic. We're very happy. I've never heard of any other club sending 11 teams to state, s...
KAREN OWEN
It's all over the place. It really depends on the type of business involved. This year it was very h...
KAREN OWEN
I don't think that any of us thought it would go completely smoothly this year, ... We knew this was...
JENNIFER OWEN
I like the location of Marion and I've been here before. Marion really strikes me as a nice communit...
JENNIFER OWEN
We didn't show a tenth of what we had in the passing game. Same thing in the running game. We ran fo...
OWEN DANIELS
I don't think you're getting the totality of the situation. There is a very lengthy process that var...
OWEN DUKE
If Space and Time are curved, where do all the straight people come from? D
OWEN ROWLEY
Behold,A ram caught in a thicket by its horns;Offer the Ram of Pride instead of him.But the old man ...
WILFRED OWEN
Move him into the sun —Gently its touch awoke him once,At home, whispering of fields unsown.Always...
WILFRED OWEN
Help the man-in-the-street make sense of the bewildering.
OWEN ARTHUR
As I get older, I've been having a better and better time.
CLIVE OWEN
Introspection leads to insights; insights tell us what needs to change.
SAM OWEN
Give a man a beer, waste an hour. Teach a man to brew, and waste a lifetime!
BILL OWEN
Finding that no religion is based on facts and cannot be true, I began to reflect what must be the c...
ROBERT OWEN
There are things I want to do to be a better human being and a better father.
JAKE OWEN