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They just neglected a large portion of the front row. (Quote by - Gary Cooper)

Virtues neglected then, adored become, And graces slighted, blossom on the tomb. (Quote by - George Crabbe)

The advantage of them lying unknown and neglected for all those years is ... they are as strong and vibrant as the day they were made. (Quote by - Howard Morphy)

Well tended garden is better than a neglected wood lot. (Quote by - Dixie Lee Ray)

Negligence is the rust of the soul, that corrodes through all her best resolves. (Quote by - Owen Felltham)

I wouldn't say the DHS has dropped the ball as much as it has neglected to make this a priority. (Quote by - Denise Moore)

Dengue is one of these neglected diseases ... it's basically been ignored for many, many years. (Quote by - Duane Gubler)

The difference between a man of sense and a fop is that the fop values himself upon his dress; and the man of sense laughs at it, at the same time he knows he must not neglect it. (Quote by - Lord Chesterfield)

Man was nature's mistake -she neglected to finish him - and she has never ceased paying for her mistake. (Quote by - Eric Hoffer)

They neglected building any high schools here for 30 years. (Quote by - Roy Romer)

The commonest form, one of the most often neglected, and the safest opportunity for the average man to seize, is hard work. (Quote by - Arthur Brisbane)

In the 1990s, human intelligence gathering was seriously neglected. (Quote by - Todd Akin)

Perpetual devotion to what a man calls his business is only to be sustained by perpetual neglect of many other things. (Quote by - Robert Louis Stevenson)

You've got to ask! Asking is, in my opinion, the world's most powerful -- and neglected -- secret to success and happiness. (Quote by - Percy Ross)

Duties are not performed for duty's sake, but because their neglect would make the man uncomfortable. A man performs but one duty --the duty of contenting his spirit, the duty of making himself agreeable to himself. (Quote by - Mark Twain)


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