"Tough" Sayings and Quotes
Sometimes, you have tough times when you don't score goals, but the most important thing is to keep working hard.
Many Latino kids should become scientists because we need scientists all over the world from all different backgrounds. We have many tough problems, and we need everybody's help to solve the problems.
Governments can't escape from taking tough steps. One can't be populist about it. You can't flirt with such serious issues like security.
You might be tough, but you can only be so tough for so long, you know what I mean? The brain can only take so much damage. The body can only take so much damage.
Hometown Aerosmith fans are different from other Aerosmith fans, and that mainly has to do with Joe Perry. It's tough to overstate his strange grip on the local psyche. Tyler is a star who belongs to the whole world, but Perry, that dude belongs to Boston.
I was really shy when I was back in Brazil, so coming to Europe was very tough. I was arriving as a kid fresh from Brazil into a big team like Inter with a lot of star names.
Paolo Maldini. He was tough, tough, every time we played against each other. And I played against him many times. He's a very good friend.
It's a tough marketplace right now... It is very compressed... A turnaround is likely to happen quicker than before.
You want to toe the line with tough investigations without falling into political grandstanding inherent in Washington on both sides of the aisle.
On a professional side, you've got a tough problem to fix, Geoff Miller's going to do it, and he's always going to do it to very high standards, and he's always going to be on the side of right. He's always talking about 'what right looks like' - just a phrase he would always use.
I know Chicago cops. They're tough. They have to be. The whole city would explode. It's like a bomb, Chicago.
I'm not going to have a six-pack abs. I think it's a luxury to have six-pack abs, but I don't think I can afford it yet. It's extremely tough, and I think having it will be an achievement.