John Webster Quotes (57 Quotes)

    Heaven fashioned us of nothing; and we strive to bring ourselves to nothing.

    Cover her face mine eyes dazzle she died young.

    This is probably the most forceful demonstration that Sun has ever made that says that Scott may have been right at one point in time, but definitely isn't right now.

    Though lust do masque in ne'er so strange disguise she's oft found witty, but is never wise.

    They were looking for information that goes to the general population, not specific target populations. However, (the FDA-EPA mercury warning) is important enough that they are going to look at how they can highlight it.

    That friend a great man's ruin strongly checks, who rails into his belief all his defects.

    Integrity of life is fame's best friend, which nobly, beyond death, shall crown in the end.

    Whether we fall by ambition, blood, or lust, like diamonds we are cut with our own dust.

    Vain the ambition of kings Who seek by trophies and dead things To leave a living name behind, And weave but nets to catch the wind.

    Gold that buys health can never be ill spent nor hours laid out in harmless merriment

    For the subtlest folly proceeds from the subtlest wisdom.

    When I go to hell, I mean to carry a bribe: for look you, good gifts evermore make way for the worst persons.

    I have caught An everlasting cold I have lost my voice Most irrecoverably.

    Life's the greates torture sould feel in hell, In hell that they must live, and cannot die.

    Glories, like glow-worms, afar off shine bright. But looked to near, have neither heat nor light.

    Man may his fate foresee, but not prevent. . . . 'Tis better to be fortunate than wise.

    Men often are valued high, when they are most wretched.

    Our office, in my opinion, got to the point where the caseload was too much to handle, and still make a reasonable living, and handle the cases properly,

    Past sorrows, let us moderately lament them For those to come, seek wisely to prevent them.

    Is not old wine wholesomest, old pippins toothsomest, old wood burns brightest, old linen wash whitest Old soldiers, sweetheart, are surest, and old lovers are soundest

    Lay this unto your breast: Old friends, like old swords, still are trusted best.

    Theres nothing of so infinite vexation As mans own thoughts.

    Eagles commonly fly alone. They are crows, daws, and starlings that flock together.

    Backup data has its own unique lifecycle and it needs to be managed effectively to maximize IT resources. Backup lifecycle management is a critical part of the overall management of enterprise data. The cost advantages of tiered storage are well understood outside the backup arena. Similarly, not all backup data is equal and needs to be placed on the appropriate device at specific points in its lifecycle. Treating all backup data the same is a simple solution, but it can be a very costly mistake.

    Knaves do grow great by being great men's apes.

    Man is most happy, when his own actions are arguments and examples of his virtue.

    Other sins only speak murder shrieks out. The element of water moistens the earth, But blood flies upwards and bedews the heavens.

    Call for the robin redbreast and the wren, Since o'er shady groves they hover, And with leaves and flowers do cover The friendless bodies of unburied men.

    I saw him even now going the way of all flesh.

    We could have cut costs and sacrificed investigation, sacrificed experts, hired people that will do less work for less money. I don't see that as profitable or ethical. I want out before that occurs.

    We are merely the stars tennis-balls, struck and bandied which way please them.

    And of all axioms this shall win the prize, Tis better to be fortunate than wise.

    All things do help the unhappy man to fall.

    I myself have loved a lady and pursued her with a great deal of under-age protestation, whom some three or four gallants that have enjoyed would with all their hearts have been glad to have been rid of. Tis just like a summer birdcage in a garden the birds that are without despair to get in, and the birds that are within despair and are in a consumption for fear they shall never get out.

    My soul, like to a ship in a black storm, Is driven, I know not whither.

    They pass through whirlpools, and deep woes do shun, who the event weigh, ere the action's done.

    As soon as we can get out of here, ... we are going to settle in Seattle. We would love to come back some day when there's business, but who's going to buy music now

    Fortune's a right whore. If she give ought, she deals it in small parcels, that she may take away all at one swoop.

    Physicians are like kings - they brook no contradiction.

    The hottest news from Microsoft storage is the imminent release of Data Protection Server, ... DPS integrates with Active Directory, the NTFS file system, Distributed File System (DFS), and Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS), bringing highly integrated ILM -like capabilities to Windows Server System.

    A good habit makes a child a man, Whereas a bad one makes a man a beast.

    With such a pity men preserve alive Pheasants and quails, when they are no fat enough to be eaten.

    Things being at the worst, begin to mend The bee when he hath shot his sting into your hand may then play with your eyelid.

    In all our quest of greatness, like wanton boys, whose pastime is their care, we follow after bubbles, blown in the air.

    We think cag'd birds sing, when indeed they cry.

    It's aimed at the larger end user, with a fairly complex fabric, who needs to have a very deep understanding of what exactly is going on down in the bowels of their infrastructure.

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