Quote of the Day:

Held

  • My Smiths, my Carters, the Cashes - everybody embraced me and held my arms up when I couldn't do it myself.
  • It's amazing to me that journalists are held in such low esteem.
  • When I finally held the trophy, it was just how I imagined it would be.
  • If the truth contradicts deeply held beliefs, that is too bad.
  • There is not a job I've held in my career that was held by a woman before me.
  • There was no reality to pain when it left one, thought while it held one fast all other realities failed.
  • I don't want to be held down by genres so much.
  • We have a social responsibility and we are held to a higher standard than other institutions,
  • It was fun. I held my own, I guess.
  • If people have done something wrong then they should be held accountable.
  • I've never held a gun. I've never shot a gun. I don't ever want to do it again.
  • That's what we meant - a society which was held together by the sense of our being members, one of another, interdependent, and we did.
  • People think its more high-tech than it really is with all the video and all that. It's still held together with duct tape.
  • The reporting requirements for contributions were not as strict then, but he held himself to a much higher standard.
  • I think the next thing I publish will be for children, but I don't really want to be held to that because I also know what my next book for adults will be, and I really like that, too, so it depends. I've always had more than one thing going.
  • I never even held a guitar until I was 23 and living in California, but then loved it. I'm really not an accomplished instrumentalist. Maybe that has something to do with why I write and sing.
  • All I held against Jews was that so many Jews actually were hypocrites in their claim to be friends of the American black man.
  • I loved Westerns as a kid, and I wanted to see if they held up,
  • We held discussions again. We are quite hopeful that some settlement will come.
  • I've always loved music and held it as a sacred thing that I can't touch, as I don't really want to deconstruct it or be a musician.
  • I was held in the Mazra Tora Prison for my role as leader of the pan-Islamist organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir in Alexandria.
  • If the mission didn't succeed, we would have held up the whole program,
  • Living each day as if it were your last doesn't mean your last day of retirement on a remote island. It means to live fully, authentically and spontaneously with nothing being held back.
  • They took his passport away and they said it had to be held by the police.
  • The lives of the six defendants held such little interest that they set out on a plan to use violence for its own sake.
  • The stock is weakening with the rest of the market after having held up well in recent days.
  • It's miraculous that things have held up so well.
  • The Ramones went through a couple different line-up changes, and Johnny and Joey held through the whole thing. So right now I'm the only one hanging in there.
  • We are working to re-route trains. We have held some freight trains, but are working to re-route others.
  • We did not want those meetings to be held in our territory.
  • I held those Bibles until the police came.
  • I didn't learn how to read until I was at the end of fifth grade and 11 years old and held back.