"Events" Sayings and Quotes
Strokes are categorized as either bleeding into the brain or a blockage in blood supply, known as an ischemic stroke. The latter are overwhelmingly more common, compromising about 87 percent of all stroke events.
As you get older, you have more responsibilities; you have more commitments, more events, kids, you're married now. You still have all the things that you've had, plus you just keep adding.
Trump has a lot of contacts in the world of charity because he rents out ballrooms, hotel ballrooms, the ballroom at Mar-a-Lago to charities. Charities are often the ones that rent out these ballrooms for big events.
Events like Hurricane Katrina and the Minnesota bridge collapse suggest a national infrastructure that has suffered from lack of tending.
When I started Shutterstock, I tried to get people access to big events. It's very hard to keep up, to publish them quick, and to get the right photographers.
I began demonstrating against serious culture. In hindsight, the actual course of events has been very humiliating for me, because no one picked up on the intellectual critique I made.
We get excited by ideas, and we're more excited by being surprised by ideas than we are in dictating the course of events. We've found that leads to more interesting storytelling.
In the wake of the events of 11 September 2001, it now seems clear that the shock of the attacks was exploited in America.
I worked seven years in territories in Japan and Puerto Rico and worked my way up to the main events on those cards, then went to the WWF and spent a little while there before I got into the Intercontinental run and a main event runs with Shawn Michaels and Kevin Nash.
Music is a means of giving form to our inner feelings, without attaching them to events or objects in the world.
In tech entrepreneurship, even a lot of hack events tend to be overly commercial in that they're designed to produce companies.
I have made my living bearing witness to some of the most horrific events of the end of our century, at the end of the 20th century.
Where much is expected from an individual, he may rise to the level of events and make the dream come true.
A statesman... must wait until he hears the steps of God sounding through events, then leap up and grasp the hem of His garment.
I like to write stories that read like historical fiction about great, world-changing events through the lens of a flawed protagonist.
It feels as though, with all of these cable series or Internet shows or limited series events that are only 10 or 13 episodes... the quality is really rising.