friendship, Bill Clinton
quotes with the word "painstaking"
If the Palestinian Authority as envisaged are in charge of that process of reconstruction, this money will go through them, will go through a proper treasury account properly administered . . . So we are taking a lot of painstaking efforts to make sure the money goes for the purpose for which it was intended and goes to benefit the people in Gaza.
It's a luck of the draw, really. I like science fiction and using my imagination, and love the scale of sci-fi . . . I also love the production design of sci-fi films. You have to remember I started out in the art department on films. That's how I met Jim Cameron, as a set dresser years ago on the movie 'Galaxy of Terror.' The big visions the films have are challenging, physically, but I love to see spectacle. You pay the price, though, because they are painstaking to make. You can spend many endless days just to shoot a three-minute sequence, like on the battlefield of 'Edge of Tomorrow,' for example.
Educating girls is one of the most powerful things we can do, not just for girls and their families, but for their communities and their countries . . . painstaking research.
It is hard to imagine that factories of death, mass executions and deportations were horrible realities of the twentieth century, that they were organized in very civilized-looking Europe, that they were built with painstaking precision and in cold blood . . . Outright attempts to hush up the real facts of history, to distort and rewrite it are impermissible and immoral. Quite often such attempts conceal one's own disgrace, cowardice, hypocrisy and betrayal and serve as a lame excuse for direct or indirect tacit abetment to Nazis.
I asked these guys forever! These guys make deals like they make products [Makes painstaking wrenching motion].
At each juncture, what we've said is American strength and American exceptionalism is not just a matter of us bombing somebody . . . More often it's a matter of us convening, setting the agenda, pointing other nations in a direction that's good for everybody and good for U.S. interests, engaging in painstaking diplomacy, leading by example. And you know, sometimes the results don't come overnight. They don't come the following day. But they come.
Medical miracles do not happen simply by accident . . . They result from painstaking and costly research; from years of lonely trial and error, much of which never bears fruit; and from a government willing to support that work.
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