- For proof look no further than last week's UK Press Gazette, which quoted Lord Wakeham's speech at the Bank of Scotland awards.
- He quoted Paul Harris' words, ‘This is a changing world, and we must be prepared to change with it.’
- One writer has noted 193 Scripture texts quoted by Patrick; 118 of these from the New Testament.
- ‘I had not the slightest emotional reaction,’ she's quoted as saying.
- An unnamed Administration official is quoted as saying, ‘No one thinks the press conference was successful.’
- He was once quoted as saying: ‘… that's what I'm proud of being, one of the best shopkeepers on the planet.’
- Well, the article in the accountants' newsletter referred to above quotes an example.
- A new scientific study was quoted in evidence on Richardson's behalf, decisively.
- In her memorandum opinion, Judge Kessler quoted a declaration by Julia Tarver, the counsel for three of the petitioners.
- For instance, the authors quote an example of a man who developed osteomyelitis as a consequence of failure to manage the leg ulcers aggressively.
- They are constantly quoted as evidence that man-made climate change is not happening.
- Lack of funds to purchase the dustbins and lack of suitable dumping sites are quoted as the main hurdles faced by the local bodies.
- Of course, I had no idea how much the journey should cost, so assumed I was being quoted an inflated price.
- The agent is quoting a guide price of €2.5 million.
- The agent is quoting a selling price of just over €2.5 million for the building, reflecting a net initial yield of 5.51 per cent.
- Only Seagram, Lord Gyllene and Earth Summit of the last 11 Aintree winners were quoted at 20-1 or shorter by William Hill at the time of publication of the handicap.
- O'Brien's blanket entry left the Tote quoting the trainer at 13-8 to lift the sprint prize without naming any of his eight acceptors.
- The Rhinos are quoted at 11-10, Bradford are 5-2, St Helens 9-2 and Wigan at 6-1, while promoted Leigh are the 1,000-1 rank outsiders.
- A large number of Japanese companies are currently quoted on the US Stock Exchange.
- The company, already quoted on the Toronto stock exchange with a value of about £20m, is raising a further £10m to run a feasibility study at its Colombian gold and silver project.
- It is made up of the 100 largest companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange by value.
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- Anyway, I was just looking for the text of his remarks, which I didn't find, but I did find an additional quote from the speech that struck me.
- Their quotes and epigrams take up a sometimes shocking amount of space in columns and essays.
- The sad thing is that the quotes and slogans are not only dated - but they're stupid.
- He is now awaiting an insurance quote to ascertain the cost of repairing damage to both the statue and its foundations.
- The cost of simply getting a quote or estimate for its repair will likely amount to a fair percentage of the replacement cost.
- Once you have an idea of the areas where you'd like concrete to be poured, contact service professionals to get quotes.
- The site offers free real-time stock quotes to those who register.
- Then, Schwarz called her brokerage firm for a quote on the stock's price.
- He was very fidgety, he had a pager with him at all times, which he was checking the stock market quotes on, the movements within the day.
- This plan has involved disposing of non-core assets and seeking separate stock market quotes for businesses that can be ring-fenced.
- Other Irish companies with stock market quotes in the US have also suffered heavy downgrades by the market.
- So United are finding out that a stock market quote has a downside as well as an upside.
- The movement of the networks into primetime with ‘news,’ and I put news in quotes, is a different kind of news.
- Most spreadsheets will automatically enclose text cells with quotes when exported in CSV format.
- Throughout the text, double quotes are used when citing literally.
late Middle English: from medieval Latin quotare, from quot 'how many', or from medieval Latin quota (see quota). The original sense was 'mark a book with numbers, or with marginal references', later 'give a reference by page or chapter', hence 'cite a text or person' (late 16th century).
- informal Used parenthetically when speaking to indicate the beginning and end of a statement or passage that one is repeating: the second sentence says, quote, There has never been a better time to invest in the commodities market, unquote the brochure describes the view as, quote, unquote, unforgettably breathtakingMás ejemplos en oraciones
- But when you're the editor of a magazine at a convention full of quote healers unquote, people will trip over themselves trying to show you how their particular shtick will make you feel better.