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For they conquer who believe they can.


John Dryden

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If you can believe, you will conquer your country for Jesus Christ
SUNDAY ADELAJA
And what do they want!?
DEYTH BANGER
The deadline is set and they think I am their pet.
SANTOSH KALWAR
Now they have a riddle.

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My friends don't think they're rich, because they know someone who's richer.
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Stories can conquer fear, you know. They can make the heart bigger.
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we believe -- John Kerry and I -- that this war is winnable; they don't.
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The words I'm singing now Mean nothing more than meow to an animal
THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS
They Learn to speak... and when they were at level "AVERAGE", they started making the rules and star...
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I tend to be naive and gullible, I guess, but I try to believe that governments believe what they sa...
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I believe that anyone can conquer fear by doing the things he fears to do ...
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They say miracles are past.
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"Always love people for who they are, not for whom you like them to be." ~ Tom Baker
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I was a victim of violence... No reason for vileonce just few sucirity guards came... we were 3... t...
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Que je croie; que tu croies; qu'il ou qu'elle croie. What a funny thing to say over and over again: ...
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Do they believe? Yes. They believe that they can beat anybody.
TREVOR ADAIR
They say I'm a revolutionary, but they're all wrong.
RALPH BAKSHI
Reasons... questions... what they have in common?

- All get finded in the hard way.
DEYTH BANGER
Who are "THEY", you are one of "They" and they are the people/humans.
DEYTH BANGER
They seemed too arrogant. They seemed like they were here to conquer.
JISOO LEE
If we can conquer space, we can conquer childhood hunger.
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Optimists - people who believe in Britain, who believe in democracy - they're the people I belie...
MICHAEL GOVE
When they get into that mode, when they believe they can, they can.
JEANNIE GALINDO
This world is for those who are born to conquer it, Not for those who dream that are able to conquer...
FERNANDO PESSOA
It is not those who can inflict the most but those who can endure the most who will conquer.
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Once you don't smile on film, they say, 'Let's have that bloke who doesn't smile....
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First we form habits, then they form us. Conquer your bad habits, or they'll eventually conquer you.
ROB GILBERT
First we form habits, then they form us. Conquer your bad habits, or they'll eventually conquer you.
DR. ROB GILBERT
There is little that can withstand a man who can conquer himself.
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There are people who do what they believe is right, but as they say, 'The road to hell is paved ...
AJA NAOMI KING
They can't catch. Can you believe it ? they can't catch.
DEANDRE JACKSON
I told the jury if they couldn't show mercy for John Moxley, then they could show mercy for themselv...
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No one should be harassed or mistreated because of who they are, who they love, or what they believe...
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They don't find teachers who believe in them. They get convinced they are stupid.
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Those who endure conquer.
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...for love casts out fear, and gratitude can conquer pride.
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It takes a lot of courage to find your talents. Your teachers, your principals, they believe in you,...
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All good people agree,
And all good people say,
All nice people, like Us, are We
An...
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When people don't like you... you feel it. They don't pay attention at you... they some kind a ignor...
DEYTH BANGER
People are wrong when they say opera is not what it used to be. It is what it used to be. That is wh...
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You can never conquer the mountain. You can only conquer yourself.
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You can never conquer the mountain. You can only conquer yourself.
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...Yeah a lot of you have to do... I have gave you one up to three films and books... in other day o...
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They are always the problem. There is no evil in this world you cannot blame on them. The world will...
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Believers will become active if they fall in love with the nation that they are called to conquer fo...
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They don't really care that much about the family farm anymore.
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'I realize they say we are 'wacko' and 'out there, but we are the most rational of a...
BRIGITTE BOISSELIER
People operate better than they think they can. When they believe in themselves.
LEBOGANG MARUMO
There are only two kinds of men: the righteous who believe they are sinners, the sinners who believe...
BLAISE PASCAL
If you want to know about John Kerry's values, ask the men who served with him in Vietnam, ... He pu...
JOHN EDWARDS
Patience can conquer destiny
IRISH SAYINGS
And so it's inescapable and people who proclaim scrupulous honesty can only proclaim that if the...
TODD RUNDGREN
Leaders are people who believe so passionately that they can seduce other people into sharing their ...
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Don't trust everyone, especially if they say, 'Trust me.'
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I'm trying to adapt - they say you have to adapt to vertigo.
JASON DAY
They make friends, they laugh, they share
They stay in touch, they care.
CHRISTINA ENGELA
Who is strong? He that can conquer his bad Habits. Who is rich? He that rejoices in his Portion.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
Those who conquer their minds are beings of renunciation and detachment. They are beings of renuncia...
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If you hire people just because they can do a job, they’ll work for your money. But if you hire pe...
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I'm paving the road for other women and men who know they're destined for greatness, but the...
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People who believe that they are strong-willed and the masters of their destiny can only continue to...
JAMES BALDWIN
Better the man that conquer a thousand thousand men is the one who conquer one, himself.
BUDDHA
I believe people have a right to know who they are, where they come from,
GEORGE CLOONEY
I'm for people bettering themselves, no matter who they are and where they are, doing all they c...
T. D. JAKES
The question is whether they can be sorted out in time for the talks deadline itself, but yes, I bel...
MITCHEL MCLAUGHLIN
I believe they talked of me, for they laughed consumedly.
GEORGE FARQUHAR
People must believe what they can, and those who believe more must not be hard upon those who believ...
GEORGE MACDONALD
Some women flirt more with what they say, and some with what they do.
ANNA HELD
It isn't what they say about you, it's what they whisper.
ERROL FLYNN
I'm very ticklish. They say being tickled is a form of torture.
MELISSA SAGEMILLER
I'm not big on the pasty because they say the pastry in the pasty can bring on indigestion.
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Cops aren't really your friends, they are trying to be your friends but they are not....

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The abolitionists were not like the rugged people out West, and they were not like John Brown, eithe...
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If I had to give a grade to Howard Stringer, I'd give him a C-plus. Sony still wants to be the maste...
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Look at the way teams play against Arsenal. They don't believe they can win. They don't beli...
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It's one thing for me to try to communicate that they can compete at this level. But they must belie...
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Only those are believers who believe in Allah and His Apostle, and when they are with him on a momen...
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The rich are independent,because they believe & keep believing that they can live independently.
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As strong as they are, we believe they can be stronger.
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Conquerors never, never conquer a nation to bring freedom. They brought control.
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No retreat. No retreat. They must conquer or die who've no retreat.
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Warriors fear surrender. They are proud and defiant. They will fight to the death for what they beli...
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It is impossible for lies to conquer truth, fear to conquer hope, and hate to conquer love.
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Those who believe that they are exclusively in the right are generally those who achieve something
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They are sadly mistaken if they believe there won't be intense opposition to this deal from all thos...
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Errors, like straws, upon the surface flow; He who would search for pearls, must dive below.
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Looks as he were Lord of humankind.
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Above any Greek or Roman name.
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And all at Worcester but the honour lost.
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To live at ease, and not be bound to think.
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For truth has such a face and such a mien, as to be loved needs only to be seen.
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He who trusts secrets to a servant makes him his master
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And love's the noblest frailty of the mind.
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Honor is but an empty bubble.
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None but the brave deserves the fair.
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Born a shapeless lump, like Anarchy.
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Him of the western dome, whose weighty sense Flows in fit words and heavenly eloquence.
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Out of the solar walk and Heaven's highway.
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The people's prayer, the glad diviner's theme! The young men's vision, and the old men's dream.
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Not to ask is not be denied.
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Keen appetite And quick digestion wait on you and yours.
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Stiff in opinion, always in the wrong.
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Since Heaven's eternal year is thine.
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To live at ease, and not be bound to think.
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And plenty makes us poor.
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When rattling bones together fly, / From the four corners of the sky.
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We first make our habits, then our habits make us.
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Successful crimes alone are justified
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The winds that never moderation knew,
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And heaven had wanted one immortal song.
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Treason is not own'd when 'tis descried; Successful crimes alone are justified.
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Ever a glutton, at another's cost, But in whose kitchen dwells perpetual frost.
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Boldness is a mask for fear, however great.
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He's a sure card.
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War, he sung, is toil and trouble; Honor but an empty bubble.
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A very merry, dancing, drinking, Laughing, quaffing, and unthinking time.
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The love of liberty with life is given, And life itself the inferior gift of Heaven.
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Joy in looking and comprehending is nature's most beautiful gift.
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Such subtle Covenants shall be made,Till Peace it self is War in Masquerade.
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What passion cannot music raise and quell!
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Honor is but an empty bubble.
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Dancing is the poetry of the foot.
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Bold knaves thrive without one grain of sense,
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Even victors are by victory undone
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A mob is the scum that rises utmost when the nation boils
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Not heaven itself upon the past has power; But what has been, has been, and I have had my hour.
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But Esau's hands suit ill with Jacob's voice.
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Commemoration of Thomas Bray, Priest, Founder of SPCK, 1730 The fortitude of a Christian consists...
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The true Amphitryon.
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Wit will shine Through the harsh cadence of a rugged line.
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Great wits are sure to madness near allied, And thin partitions do their bounds divide.
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She hugged the offender, and forgave the offense, Sex to the last.
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The clouds dispell'd, the sky resum'd her light, And Nature stood recover'd of her fright. But...
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Beauty, like ice, our footing does betray; Who can tread sure on the smooth, slippery way: Pleased w...
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What passions cannot music raise or quell?
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Whatever is, is in its causes just.
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He who would search for pearls must dive below.
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Pains of love be sweeter far than all other pleasures are.
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Mighty things from small beginnings grow.
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Never was patriot yet, but was a fool.
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Thou strong seducer, Opportunity!
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Go miser go, for money sell your soul. Trade wares for wares and trudge from pole to pole, So others...
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Ill habits gather unseen degrees, as brooks make rivers, rivers run to seas.
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We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.
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Tomorrow do thy worst, I have lived today.
JOHN DRYDEN
Nor is the people's judgement always true;
The most may err as grossly as the few.
JOHN DRYDEN
All human things are subject to decay,
And, when Fate summons, monarchs must obey;
This Fleckn...
JOHN DRYDEN
Be slow to resolve, but quick in performance.
JOHN DRYDEN
Drinking is the soldier's pleasure.
JOHN DRYDEN
Railing and praising were his usual themes; and both showed his judgment in extremes. Either over vi...
JOHN DRYDEN
Since every man who lives is born to die, and none can boast sincere felicity, with equal mind, what...
JOHN DRYDEN
For all have not the gift of martyrdom.
JOHN DRYDEN