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    Coaches and ownership are just like the fans on the street. They can always do it better, and they would always have done it differently when it doesn't work out.

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    Equity, ownership, production fees, license fees: those are the vocabulary words that are exciting to me.

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    Home ownership was the fig leaf for the rise in subprime lending. But that was really about cash-out refinancings, not buying homes.

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    From the time I entered cabinet, the emphasis was on reforms, but reforms which did not abolish separate development, but reforms which were aimed at changing the very, very dehumanising aspects. Giving greater freedom of movement, giving private property ownership within so-called white South Africa also to blacks. Abolishing the concept of job reservation on the basis of race and colour. Allowing free organisation for trade unions, also black trade unions.

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    If General Motors is worth $60 a share to an investor it must be because the full common-stock ownership of this gigantic enterprise as a whole is worth 43 million (shares) times $60, or no less than $2,600 million.

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    I hope God does not look like a bunch of wealthy white European dudes who are going to script the justification for the subjugation and legal ownership of other human beings based upon the construction of race as a biological phenomenon.

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    If you need ownership and responsibility from core workers, patriarchy can't get you there.

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    In confusing stock options with ownership, corporations confuse trappings with substance.

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    Intention is power. Intention is ownership. Intention is commitment. Intention is magic.

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    I react pragmatically. Where the market works, I'm for that. Where the government is necessary, I'm for that. I'm deeply suspicious of somebody who says, 'I'm in favor of privatization,' or, 'I'm deeply in favor of public ownership.' I'm in favor of whatever works in the particular case.

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    I understand that a man can have everything having nothing and nothing having everything.

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    Love is ownership. We own whom we love. The universe is God's because He loves.

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    On occassion, slaves in Spanish New Orleans owned slaves, whose labor they could appropriate toward purchasing their own freedom, or whose ownership they could trade as a partial payment on their own freedom.

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    Pet ownership is an absolutely abysmal situation brought about by human manipulation.

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    Private ownership of property is vital to both our freedom and our prosperity.

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    I really am a thinker. I don't do things rash. I know some of the things I've said or the way I act seem rash. But I do take ownership of it. I don't say things I don't mean.

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    I've been around responsible gun ownership my whole life.

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    I've heard from quite a few people, you sense that there is an ownership of the [ Cinderella], it was so personal for so many people, so I was interested in trying to work out why that was.

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    Ownership is not a vice, not something to be ashamed of, but rather a commitment, and an instrument by which the general good can be served.

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    Ownership is the most intimate relationship that one can have to objects. Not that they come alive in him; it is he who lives in them.

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    Pet ownership is slavery. Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or be entertained by.

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    Sam Walton instilled ownership of the products in the stores into the collective consciousness of every associate regardless of what job they did for the company.

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    She plucked from my lapel the invisible strand of lint (the universal act of woman to proclaim ownership).

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    Success is never owned, it is rented, and the rent is due every day.

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    Socialism without public ownership is nothing but a fantastic apology.

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    Suburbia is all about private ownership and not having to share, and it leads to a paranoid, defensive mindset. I know this, having grown up in Essex.

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    Take ownership of every decision you make because you will be hold responsible for the film, whether good or bad.

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    The day you're born, you get the pink slip on YOU. Outright ownership. You must only share that life with those that you and only you choose.

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    The first thing is to be willing. You must become willing to feel the discomfort that's occurred and/or shown up. Some of it is taking ownership of your part in the situation, to clean it up and be willing to make amends.

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    The key in mastering any kind of sales is switching statements about you and how great you are and what you do, to statements about them, and how great they are and how they will produce more and profit more from ownership of your product or service.

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    Reasonable regulations regarding the ownership of weapons are appropriate.

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    The transfer of Wall Street from private ownership to public ownership has been a big step backward.

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    The person who has the strong ownership of free speech is the one who owns the press.

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    This isn't about love as in caring. This is about property as in ownership.

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    There is danger in the concentration of control in the television and radio networks, especially in the large television and radio stations; danger in the concentration of ownership in the press...and danger in the increasing concentration of selection by book publishers and reviewers and by the producers of radio and television programs.

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    We cannot remove the evils of capitalism without taking its source of power: ownership.

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    We plan absentee ownership as far as running the Yankees is concerned.

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    Western concepts of ownership and privatization came in and clashed with that. So land began to be exchanged.

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    What scared me in that debate is that it's not about the ownership rules at all. The vast majority of people don't even know what the rules say, to be perfectly candid. Name all six of them.

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    We must recognize that only scarce resources are ownable; second, that the body is a type of scarce resource; third, that the mode of acquiring title to external objects is different from the basis of ownership of one's own body.

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    What I always say is, 'Do every job you're in like you're going to do it for the rest of your life, and demonstrate that ownership of it.'

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    When theres no sense of possessiveness or ownership in the artistic process, great things happen.

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    When you take into public ownership a profitable industry the profits soon disappear. The goose that laid the golden eggs goes broody. State geese are not great layers.

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    Whiteness is ownership of the earth.

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    would be better served by continuing to hold an ownership position in a pure-play sporting goods retailer rather than a retail conglomerate.

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    When you post something, when you text something, you lose ownership of it when you hit enter or send. Who you send it to, where you post it, they take ownership of that information whether you like it or not

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    Worker ownership within a state capitalist, semi-market system is better than private ownership but it has inherent problems. Markets have well-known inherent inefficiencies. They're very destructive.

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    A book about books is like a poem about poetry: Books are knowledge, paid for, all. Readers - horses in a stall. Stallions should always run. Lest they stale become, in turn. Running waters are most clear. In some books, you disappear – lose yourself, and track of time. How I wish that one was mine... Mine, to have, to write, to read... Mine, just like a flying steed. Mine, forever, - to improve. Would I then, of me, approve? I would not, I can't... myself. I'm but dust, swept off a shelf. Fly, can I, just 'til I'm settled, down, beside my flower, petalled.

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    All identification is for control and ownership.

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    And people strive not for the good in life, but for goods they can call their own