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He's got to be more diligent. He's got to find a way to get over and contest the ball without fouling. (Quote by - Pat Riley)

With diligent work, you should be able to tame your debt. (But there) will need to be a change in the way you think, from that of spenders to the mentality of savers. (Quote by - Sandra Langton)

There's no common thread to the delays. We understand the customers' reaction to the delays. We are working diligently to correct the problems. (Quote by - Dan Stessel)

From a procedural perspective, the issues from here are: bidder due diligence; recommendation levels; and, any conditionality on the bidder's funds. (Quote by - Andrew Walsh)

Winning Customer Data Integration Product of the Year not only is an impressive industry honor, but it underscores our ongoing commitment to our customers and the industry at large to continue to innovate and provide the most advanced solutions for managing master data across the enterprise. I want to thank the expert panel of judges at SearchCRM.com for their diligent examination of CDI offerings in such a diverse and competitive landscape. (Quote by - Darlene Mann)

Diligence is a good thing, but taking things easy is much more restful. (Quote by - Mark Twain)

The Seattle Times investigation, which has been going on since last fall, has certainly taught me to be much more diligent in providing specific information on resumes and to those who compile summaries, such as those used in our press guides. (Quote by - Donnie Marbut)

While this particular worm is not fully functional, the source code could be easily modified by a future attacker to do damage. Macintosh users should be diligent about installing patches to their operating systems as this will prevent attacks of this type. (Quote by - Vincent Weafer)

They are both valiant young men who served enthusiastically. They're bold missionaries, diligent, just trying their best to serve to the best of their ability. It's just so unfortunate that something like this could happen. (Quote by - James Russell)

The diligence of the Justice Department and the FBI just was not there. I don't think the country was well served. (Quote by - Richard Shelby)

Either the rest of the world can't live like the developed world or we need, as a society, to think more about the technology of providing these services with less intensive use of at least certain materials. We need to do a more diligent job of good housekeeping. (Quote by - Thomas Graedel)

Noam's no fool. He is wonderfully creative and entrepreneurial for his theater.. He has that wonderfully typical Israeli nature that anything is possible it just takes diligence and fortitude and brains and he's got it all. (Quote by - Tovah Feldshuh)

It was the diligence of this teacher that really helped in this situation. (Quote by - Nancy Pierce)

Be a lamp unto yourself. Work out your liberation with diligence. (Quote by - Buddha)

If you look at the causes of the accidents, quite a few of them are operator error. We need people to be diligent and follow the rules of the road and drive more defensively. (Quote by - Bob McKenzie)

She, I'm sure, is going to be a very diligent senator, work hard, get committee assignments where she has a real interest, and will be a very important part of this body just like every other senator is. (Quote by - Trent Lott)

He's got to be out there on the floor, consistently. Every time he's not, it takes him out of his rhythm. He's got to be more diligent - and we've got to be more diligent - as to the kind of fouls he takes. (Quote by - Pat Riley)

I'm glad there are a lot of guitar players pursuing technique as diligently as they possibly can, because it leaves this whole other area open to people like me. (Quote by - Richard Thompson)

We are honored to have earned this prestigious award for the second year in a row. We have worked diligently over the past year to enhance our product capabilities to help our customers run their businesses more efficiently and effectively than ever before. (Quote by - IEX President Debbie May)

FROG, n. A reptile with edible legs. The first mention of frogs in profane literature is in Homer's narrative of the war between them and the mice. Skeptical persons have doubted Homer's authorship of the work, but the learned, ingenious and industrious Dr. Schliemann has set the question forever at rest by uncovering the bones of the slain frogs. One of the forms of moral suasion by which Pharaoh was besought to favor the Israelities was a plague of frogs, but Pharaoh, who liked them _fricasees_, remarked, with truly oriental stoicism, that he could stand it as long as the frogs and the Jews could; so the programme was changed. The frog is a diligent songster, having a good voice but no ear. The libretto of his favorite opera, as written by Aristophanes, is brief, simple and effective --"brekekex-koax"; the music is apparently by that eminent composer, Richard Wagner. Horses have a frog in each hoof --a thoughtful provision of nature, enabling them to shine in a hurdle race. (Quote by - Ambrose Bierce)

This is becoming a real problem. There's competition to keep costs down and prices low. That comes at the expense of doing due diligence, market research, and having focus groups test products. (Quote by - Chris Barnes)

LAOCOON, n. A famous piece of antique scripture representing a priest of that name and his two sons in the folds of two enormous serpents. The skill and diligence with which the old man and lads support the serpents and keep them up to their work have been justly regarded as one of the noblest artistic illustrations of the mastery of human intelligence over brute inertia. (Quote by - Ambrose Bierce)

We are working past the deadline and through the night to reach new agreements with the USWA. We are encouraged by the substantial progress in negotiations but there are some remaining issues and the parties are continuing to work diligently to resolve these as soon as possible. (Quote by - Christine Karbowiak)

When the meals tax was sold to us, I spoke out against it because they hadn't done their due diligence, they didn't do their homework, they didn't raise the money. What Wilder did [Monday] night is he expressed a method and a methodology for Richmond to raise the money to create real change. (Quote by - Michael Byrne)

I'm gratified that that the F.B.I. has been diligent in their pursuit of these people. (Quote by - Steve Swanson)


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