"Rest" Sayings and Quotes
I love weekends. Just like everyone else, I get to rest on weekends and go out with friends. I hate Mondays.
I was about to get a degree in economics when I accepted that I'd be a lousy businessman, and if I didn't give acting a try I'd regret it for the rest of my life.
I'm always like, 'Well, let's not rest on a critical acclaim or on a incredible review or on a great reception.'
Never, never rest contented with any circle of ideas, but always be certain that a wider one is still possible.
I come from a family that has always emphasized and enjoyed sports - golf, tennis, football, baseball and the rest.
We don't talk about next year. We talk about today, and we talk about the next game. And that's all we can really control. The rest of it will take care of itself.
'House Of Cards' with Kevin Spacey - I love how it portrays humans in power as just like the rest of us - but even worse.
The advantage to Great Britain of a regular free trade in corn would, therefore, be more by raising the rest of the world to our standard and price, than by lowering the prices here to the standard of the Continent.
The first three years, I don't think I would leave my hotel room outside of tennis, because I was like, 'I got to rest, I got to rest.' It was like sort of a paranoia to do everything as best as I can.
You don't face Nolan Ryan without your rest. He's the only guy I go against that makes me go to bed before midnight.
There is so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the best of us, that it ill behooves any of us to find fault with the rest of us.
There's moments when you have to make a split-second decision that will form you for the rest of your life.
World War II was a historical event, but also a movie genre, and 'Fury' occasionally prints the legend. The rest of it is plenty grim and grisly. Audience members may feel like prisoners of war forced to watch a training-torture film.
Like the rest of us, Tom Paulin is a bundle of contradictions. At its finest, his work is brave, adventurous, original and wonderfully idiosyncratic.
Validation is easy - you run your site through a validator, and it's either valid or it isn't. The rest of the stuff, such as whether my logo or the biggest headline should be the h1 in my HTML, isn't so easy and is subject to interpretation.
When you're on tour with the band, it's a different mentality. You don't sightsee because you're making sure you can do the show. But in musicals, I don't have to sing or play: I just have to use my brain, and the rest of the time, I'm free.