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Why are we never quite at ease in the presence of a schoolmaster? Because we are conscious that he is not quite at his ease in ours. He is awkward, and out of place in the society of his equals. He comes like Gulliver from among his little people, and he cannot fit the stature of his understanding to yours.


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My basic approach to interviewing is to ask the basic questions that might even sound naive, or not ...
BRIAN LAMB
You hear stories of when the Astros were playing San Diego [in 1998] and having to face Kevin Brown ...
MIKE LAMB
We have the lowest average we've ever had. When they step foot on the tee, I think each player is th...
JOHN LAMB
I wanted to connect a modern story with a myth that I had read.
WALLY LAMB
The greatest thing about the call-in show is that you always felt like you were on a high wire witho...
BRIAN LAMB
This is one of the most resilient teams I've been on. Whether we get shut out, whether we lose, whet...
MIKE LAMB
We came out and shot the ball real well tonight. When you shoot the ball well, everything looks good...
CURT LAMB
My number one goal was not getting 'A's' - and I proved it. I was a 'C' student. You have to be read...
BRIAN LAMB
I don't like swearing on the air. As a matter of fact, I'm not a prude, but... I watch HBO a...
BRIAN LAMB
I had to let the game play itself. I couldn't give up any walks in that situation, so I put the ball...
CHRIS LAMB
Consumers are trying to cook more meals from scratch both for health reasons and on social grounds,
CHRIS LAMB
The bottom line: science at NASA is disappearing ? fast.
DONALD LAMB
This is what we've all been hoping and waiting for.
DONALD LAMB
I was kidding Paul about how he'd would just be playing for second place this week.
DON LAMB
I've been invited to appear on Letterman, but they wanted me to talk about a funny videotape of ...
BRIAN LAMB
I think it is a very interesting debate but our first and major concern is whether we can increase o...
HARRIET LAMB
We're making good progress, but we have a ways to go. We are making fewer mistakes, the guys are rea...
JASON LAMB
Arizona played very well tonight. They wanted to win and played good hard-nosed lacrosse.
JASON LAMB
One of the main concerns is the Pueblo flow program.
KARA LAMB
If you want to talk about a subject that is important to women, romantic fiction is the place to tal...
CHARLOTTE LAMB
I think printed fiction is what women read.
CHARLOTTE LAMB
People care about what they're familiar with, what they know about, what they've had experience with...
KAREN LAMB
That level of responsibility drastically conflicts with my belief in self-preservation by inactivity...
COREY LAMB
Zach Majors is hard to contain and our goal was to stop everyone else and I think we did a great job...
LOYD LAMB
Those guys did everything you told them to do. It was great that I was fortunate enough to be along ...
LOYD LAMB
They're just feeding off this ride right now. So you've got to just let them go.
PAT LAMB
The roundness of life's design may be a sign that there is a presence beyond ourselves.
WALLY LAMB
We're not shooting from the hip when we talk to recruits about Furman. We're shooting from the heart...
BOBBY LAMB
It had nothing to do with our season because we had an outstanding year.
BOBBY LAMB
If this job has any pressures I haven't found them yet,
AMANDA LAMB
I think I was getting too old for them, ... The new girl is 21 so, yeah, that must be it. They quite...
AMANDA LAMB
Doesn't it cost a lot of money to have all these truckers sitting here?
AMANDA LAMB
Some of these guys have been here a couple of days. Some of these guys have been here a while.
AMANDA LAMB
We're snowbirds. This is a lot better fair than we have back in Michigan.
ALAN LAMB
It's a five-on-five, full contact game. There are two 10-minute halves. Each half starts after the b...
ALAN LAMB
In May, we could see things were going from beginning to end, ... But it was a fragile system, and w...
BRIAN LAMB
The users themselves are remarkably responsible.
BRIAN LAMB
With Robinson, you have to remember his son was in Vietnam. If you have children there you want to b...
CHRIS LAMB