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Inflation does not lubricate trade but by rescuing traders from their errors of optimism or stupidity


John Kenneth Galbraith

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Ridiculous," he said breathlessly. "You ought to give up detecting and try fantasy writing.
ROBERT GALBRAITH
Perhaps she had received diamonds, Strike thought; she had always said she didn't care for such thin...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
Strike was becoming steadily more taciturn, his expression brooding. Robin wondered whether this was...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
D'you mind if we get going?' said Strike, checking his watch. 'I told Elin I'll be over tonight.' ROBERT GALBRAITH We don’t love each other; we love the idea we have of each other. Very few humans understand this ...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
It's a cultural shift. The idea that people only want to buy American is going away.
DENNIS GALBRAITH
He was sorry, genuinely sorry, for the pain she was in. Yet the revelation had caused certain...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
They couldn't understand why we were dumping snow on their lawns. But it was for their protection so...
GEORGE GALBRAITH
I don't know. I wish I could tell you because I'd like to know, too.
LANCE GALBRAITH
We know when it's time to shake things up. We're here for our teammates, and we hope our teammates k...
LANCE GALBRAITH
Pretty much, you've got to be able to play now to succeed in this game. There's not that one-dimensi...
LANCE GALBRAITH
I certainly don't see any easy way out of this mess.
PETER GALBRAITH
... cheer the fuck up and eat your burger.
ROBERT GALBRAITH
There are always loose ends in real life.
ROBERT GALBRAITH
It seemed like a really interesting way to bring these two really passionate interests of mine toget...
MARYSIA GALBRAITH
I used to put in a safety pin to make sure.
CATHERINE GALBRAITH
While it's true that some sites are significantly more useful than others, the industry has improved...
DENNIS GALBRAITH
Obviously, everyone would like to see a fight pretty much every night, but I've got more responsibil...
LANCE GALBRAITH
For this to happen today, of all days! It felt like a wink from God.
ROBERT GALBRAITH
She wuz depressed. Yeah, she wuz on stuff for it. Like me. Sometimes it jus' takes you over. It's an...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
The leg was sent to Robin,' Strike reminded him. 'There's as much chance that she's seen this woman ...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
Strike teringat kata Adler, "Kebohongan tidak akan masuk akal, kecuali kebenaran mengandung bahaya y...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
She thought of the day that Matthew had asked her out for the very first time and remembered walking...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
All desire to laugh fled. How exactly did Strike think that it would cheer Robin up, to know that hi...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
Whether she was engaged, married or single, nothing could or ever would come of the weakness he was ...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
And that woman was going to marry Matthew! Matthew, who had been banking on her working in human res...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
You are not writing properly unless someone is bleeding, probably you.
ROBERT GALBRAITH
You know, there's pride, and then there's stupidity
ROBERT GALBRAITH
There’s people who’d expect you to take a bullet for them and they don’t bother rememb’ring ...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
When you are young, and beautiful, you can be very cruel.
ROBERT GALBRAITH
More new-vehicle shoppers are visiting manufacturer sites, and their experiences on these sites have...
DENNIS GALBRAITH
Vehicle shoppers come to automotive sites with a wide range of shopping patterns, Internet skills, I...
DENNIS GALBRAITH
I've never had surgery before, but I'm just happy I can get back and continue the rest of the season...
LANCE GALBRAITH
I play with great players. I just keep going to the net and (my teammates) will find me. Sometimes i...
LANCE GALBRAITH
We've been on a good roll, but in the third periods of most of our games, we've kind of let up (late...
LANCE GALBRAITH
Are you all right, Robin?'

'Yes, I promise I am.' She hesitated, then said, almost defian...
ROBERT GALBRAITH
Dignity belongs to the conquered.
KENNETH BURKE
Strong lives are motivated by dynamic purposes; lesser ones exist on wishes and inclinations.
KENNETH HILDEBRAND
I've not only pursued the American dream, I've achieved it. I suppose we could say the last few year...
KENNETH LAY
There are so many little dyings that it doesn't matter which of them is death.
KENNETH PATCHEN
AESTHETICS OF INTEGRITY

For every star in the sky
Someone is holding his ground.
KENNETH KOCH
To look out of a car in Scania, you see a painting on the horizontal - one windmill, one tiny farmho...
KENNETH BRANAGH
I'm just a normal working class boy from Belfast.
KENNETH BRANAGH
This book by Dr. Yasuda, while ostensibly about haiku, in reality penetrates deeply into the totalit...
KENNETH YASUDA
At the end the day because I believe so strongly in leadership, what I look for first, what I try to...
KENNETH CHENAULT
Toad talked big about all he was going to do in the days to come, while stars grew fuller and larger...
KENNETH GRAHAME
From the Berlin tenement reform law of 1897 to H. P. Berlage's plan for Amsterdam South of 1917,...
KENNETH FRAMPTON
Actors are the best and the worst of people. They're like kids. When they're good, they'...
KENNETH BRANAGH
It's very strange that the people you love are often the people you're most cruel to.
KENNETH BRANAGH
I think we love the escapism of something like 'Cinderella,' and I think we do with 'Tho...
KENNETH BRANAGH
I'm basically quite a cheerful person.
KENNETH BRANAGH
I come from the theatre; my bones are in the theatre. It's as natural as breathing to want to be...
KENNETH BRANAGH
I haven't thought about that at all.
KENNETH ARNDT
The new statements will have in them a person's earnings over their lifetime, from that very first j...
KENNETH APFEL
I have a problem with censorship by the lawyer - by legal people by the publishing firm, and I may b...
KENNETH ANGER