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quotes with the word "ultimately"
We have this huge potential of an inflationary explosion kindling, but it has not been lit. . . . Ultimately, inflation will eventually rise. It has to rise, and I say that in my most recent book.
I never forget that our military strength ultimately rests on the foundation of our vibrant, unmatched, and growing economy.
Ultimately a genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus, but a molder of consensus.
"Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution", an address at the Episcopal National Cathedral, Washington D.C.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
All types of knowledge, ultimately self knowledge.
Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview (1971)
I would like to urge you and [the western] political and government leaders to consider carefully Vladimir Putin's recent remarks at the Valdai forum. Despite the harshness of his criticism of the West and of the United States in particular I see in his speech the desire to find the way to lower tensions and ultimately to build a new basis for partnership.
Ultimately, the bond of all companionship, whether in marriage or in friendship, is conversation.
Black-ish is not unlike squeamish or blue-ish or Jewish . . . But it means, ultimately, well depending on your perspective, for some people it means when black folks kind of act white, for some folks it means when white folks kind of act black.
I will say, it's been disappointing to receive such harsh judgment and criticism from my own brothers and sisters when my husband and I were the ones who were violated and had our intimate moments exposed to the world against our will . . . But it's Dad's will--not ours, that will ultimately prevail. And it's a person who did this--not God. I trust dad wholeheartedly.
When governments censor or control information, that ultimately undermines not only the society but it leads to eventual encroachments on individual rights as well.
The path to ultimately having solar power way cheaper than coal or fracked gases is to combine huge economies of scale with the most advanced technologies.
Hollywood is a business, and they ultimately are creating what people will watch and demand to see. It's up to you guys.
I think as a starter my job is hard enough to win ball games and be a leader . . . You're not a babysitter. And I'm not, by no means talking about Aaron, but he's the starter now. So the next quarterback comes in, whether he is a first-round pick or third-round pick or free agent, but they like him. Nowhere does it say that you have to take that guy under your wing and teach him the ropes. You don't have to do anything but win ball games for whoever it is you are the starting quarterback for. Ultimately, that's what keeps you around or doesn't.
College kids, they're like sponges . . . They want to make a difference. It's like when you learn something, it's hard to unlearn it. Ultimately, they will make the biggest difference.
Obviously it's great to be productive on the scoreboard, and that's ultimately the most important thing -- to score a lot of points.
Mike McCarthy (American football)
Above all, let us shrink from no strife, moral or physical, within or without the nation, provided we are certain that the strife is justified; for it is only through strife, through hard and dangerous endeavour, that we shall ultimately win the goal of true national greatness.
Everything, ultimately, is my responsibility . . . No question about it. I'm not pointing fingers at anybody else. It's my responsibility. It's my responsibility to get a process in place that's effective. ... I think the process has held up until this, and what's important now is we have to find a way to get better at it. I believe we have one in place now that will be more effective.
There are a lot of really exciting things going on, and I think we're on the cusp of a major innovation in games . . . Ultimately, all of these connections we have as humans are actually becoming a real thing, and the hive mind is becoming a reality. Add games to that, and its a truly new way to comprehend and share those concepts.
Technology ultimately is the thing that will change the most in this age. That's the demarcation of these years. Technology, and maybe the haircuts, too.
That's the biggest risk we face -- not acting . . . Today, we're continuing to lead by example. Because ultimately, if we're going to prevent large parts of this earth from becoming not only inhospitable but uninhabitable in our lifetimes, we're going to have to keep some fossil fuels in the ground rather than burn them and release more dangerous pollution into the sky.
He was only in his 20s when the world learned about him and 39 when he was killed -- a short time in his life to have made such an enormous impact, not only in this country but around the world . . . He was working all the time, looking for solutions to the human condition that would oppress its fellow brother, and ultimately looking for the oneness of humanity.
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