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"There are heartening and sobering conclusions." Christopher Swanson
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Charles Darwin

"I am turned into a sort of machine for observing facts and grinding out conclusions." Charles Darwin
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"You'll find some heartening and some sobering conclusions." Lynn Olson
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Ari Fleischer

"We have no conclusions yet about those documents." Ari Fleischer
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"It's still way too early to draw any conclusions about that." Eric Wedge
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Donald Rumsfeld

"It's not correct to say nothing was done. I -- I -- you're making a set of conclusions that are just simply not accurate," Donald Rumsfeld
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"As a writer you slant all evidence in favor of the conclusions you want to produce, and you rarely tilt in favor of the truth," Bret Ellis
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Charles De Gaulle

"I have come to the conclusions that politics are too serious a matter to be left to the politicians." Charles De Gaulle
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"now they are not in a position to draw conclusions, and they have suggested continuing the inspections." Tang Jiaxuan
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"You can draw your own conclusions." Robert Francis
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Brian Greene

"The observations are spectacular and the conclusions are stunning. It shows that galaxies are nothing but quantum mechanics writ large across the sky." Brian Greene
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Samuel Butler

"If you follow reason far enough it always leads to conclusions that are contrary to reason" Samuel Butler
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Colin Powell

"No one has any evidence to the contrary, ... should not jump to such hasty conclusions." Colin Powell
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"[Of course, the data sample we're working with is far too small to draw definitive long-term conclusions.] This is very early in the process, ... Anything anyone sees now is anecdotal." Marc Siegel
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"I think there's a premium on not jumping to conclusions," Joe Lockhart
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"Data has been strong enough heading into year-end to prevent market participants from making strong conclusions on the likely timing of the end of the Fed's tightening cycle, and in this environment the dollar is likely to remain well-supported for now." Daniel Katzive
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"We don't understand how they can reach these conclusions, because they haven't read or reviewed these documents." Brad Smith
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"I don't think you can draw any conclusions. The ocean comes in, the ocean goes out. It doesn't feel any different to me." William Lerach
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"Their extreme request for relief invites questions on how they came to the observations and conclusions in their declarations." William Neukom
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Charles Kennedy

"It is time to take stock and to listen, and then to come back to you with the correct conclusions." Charles Kennedy
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"We want to deal with this as soon as we can but without undue haste. We can't jump to conclusions." John Brady
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Babe Ruth
Birth: 1895-02-06 Death: 1948-08-16

"How to hit home runs: I swing as hard as I can, and I try to swing right through the ball... The harder you grip the bat, the more you can swing it through the ball, and the farther the ball will go. I swing big, with everything I've got. I hit big or I miss big. I like to live as big as I can."

The Great Bambino is one of baseball's greatest players off all time. Introduced to baseball by a monk, Ruth learned how to play the game at St. Mary's, giving up his life of petty crimes and street life. In Ruth's first International League game he pitched a 6-0 win for the Orioles. He was later sold off to the Boston Red Sox who sent him down to the minors, not needing a left-handed pitcher. He ended up taking the Red Sox to the 1917 World Series. Ruth was a terrific power hitter, setting new records that would last almost a century. Traded to the New York Yankees, he took them to ne…



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