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Abroad, our most important policy is to support our troops and continue forward-thinking foreign policy in the war on terror - keeping our enemies on the run. (Quote by - Christopher Bond)

The immense popularity of American movies abroad demonstrates that Europe is the unfinished negative of which America is the proof. (Quote by - Mary McCarthy)

That strange blend of the commercial traveller, the missionary and the barbarian conqueror, which was the American abroad. (Quote by - Olaf Stapledon)

I struck the board, and cried,'No more. I will abroad.' What? shall I ever sigh and pine? My lines and life are free; free as the road, Loose as the wind, as large as store. (Quote by - Herbert, George)

When you look at India as a team, their record at home probably compares to Australia's as best in the terms of win record. But our performance outside gets highlighted only because the difference between our show at home and abroad is too much. (Quote by - Anil Kumble)

I don't hold with abroad and think that foreigners speak English when our backs are turned. (Quote by - Crisp, Quentin)

There's villainous news abroad. (Quote by - William Shakespeare)

He that is not with me is against me: and he that gathereth not with me scattereth abroad. (Quote by - Bible)

We shall be judged more by what we do at home than what we preach abroad. (Quote by - John Fitzgerald Kennedy)

It is a universal truth that the loss of liberty at home is to be charged to the provisions against danger, real or pretended, from abroad. (Quote by - James Madison)

When the man is at home, his standing in society is well known and quietly taken; but when he is abroad, it is problematical, and is dependent on the success of his manners. (Quote by - Ralph Waldo Emerson)

My parents were in short street, so they had to go abroad to economize. (Quote by - Queen Mary)

I dislike feeling at home when I am abroad. (Quote by - George Bernard Shaw)

They have no education, no taste for reading, no housewifery, nor, indeed, any earthly occupation but that ofdressingtheirhair, andadorningtheirbodies.Theyhate walking, and would never go abroad, if they were not stimulated by the vanityof being seen? Nothing can be more parsimonious than the economy of these people. They live upon soup and bouille, fish and salad. (Quote by - Smollett,Tobias George)

Usually speaking, the worst-bred person in company is a young traveller just returned from abroad. (Quote by - Jonathan Swift)

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