Quotes by became

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  • Van Morrison
    Van Morrison
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    Being famous was extremely disappointing for me. When I became famous it was a complete drag and it is still a complete drag.
  • Toni Morrison
    Toni Morrison
    American novelist, essayist, editor 1931-
    Toni Morrison
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    Black boys became criminalized. I was in constant dread for their lives, because they were targets everywhere. They still are.
  • Baba Kalyani
    Baba Kalyani
    Indian businessman 1949-
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    Bofors was a steelmaker that became a forgings company and then went on to build guns. Companies like Krupp and Thyssen were in steel and forgings before entering defence. There are similar examples in the U.K.; it is a natural progression.
  • Armstrong Williams
    Armstrong Williams
    American political commentator, entrepreneur and author 1962-
    Armstrong Williams
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    Bottom line: if you show a genuine interest in learning about how others became successful, you can open up a world of opportunities.
  • Benjamin Whorf
    Benjamin Whorf
    American linguist and engineer 1897-1941
    Benjamin Whorf
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    But in due course it became evident that not only a physical situation qua physics, but the meaning of that situation to people, was sometimes a factor, through the behavior of people, in the start of a fire.
  • Albert Maltz
    Albert Maltz
    American playwright and fiction writer 1908-1985
    Albert Maltz
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    By the time I was at college, I became very alert to the question of racial discrimination, and I remember one of my first writing attempts had to do with a lynching.
  • E. M. Cioran
    E. M. Cioran
    French philosopher 1911-
    E. M. Cioran
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    Does our ferocity not derive from the fact that our instincts are all too interested in other people? If we attended more to ourselves and became the center, the object of our murderous inclinations, the sum of our intolerances would diminish.
  • Albert Bushnell Hart
    Albert Bushnell Hart
    American historian, writer, and editor 1854-1943
    Albert Bushnell Hart
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    Each colony became accustomed to planting new settlements and to claiming new boundaries.
  • René Descartes
    René Descartes
    French philosopher and mathematician 1596-1650
    René Descartes
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    Each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems.
  • Bobbi Brown
    Bobbi Brown
    American professional makeup artist, author and public speaker
    Bobbi Brown
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    Every business decision I ever made I learned from my grandfather Papa Sam. He moved here from Russia when he was a boy. He worked his way up selling newspapers and ladies' handbags, and eventually, he became Cadillac Sam, one of the biggest car dealers in Chicago.
  • Alice Hamilton
    Alice Hamilton
    American physician, research scientist, and author 1869-1970
    Alice Hamilton
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    From the first I became convinced that what I must look for was lead dust and lead fumes, that men were poisoned by breathing poisoned air, not by handling their food with unwashed hands.
  • Buzz Aldrin
    Buzz Aldrin
    American former astronaut, engineer and fighter 1930-
    Buzz Aldrin
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    Growing up, I was fascinated with Buck Rogers' airplanes. As I began to mature in World War II, it became jets and rocket planes. But it was always in the air.
  • Angela Davis
    Angela Davis
    American political activist, philosopher, academic, and author 1944-
    Angela Davis
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    Had it not been for slavery, the death penalty would have likely been abolished in America. Slavery became a haven for the death penalty.
  • G. C. Lichtenberg
    G. C. Lichtenberg
    German writer and physicist 1742-1799
    G. C. Lichtenberg
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    He was always smoothing and polishing himself, and in the end he became blunt before he was sharp.
  • Algernon H. Blackwood
    Algernon H. Blackwood
    English broadcasting narrator, journalist and writer 1869-1951
    Algernon H. Blackwood
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    His imagination conceived and bore - worlds; but nothing in these worlds became alive until he discovered its true and living name. The name was the breath of life; and, sooner or later, he invariably found it.
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