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The word "Action!" frees me - the transformation is something I cannot explain - too much analysis might destroy it.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Both the Moral Majority, who are recycling medieval language to explain AIDS, and those ultra-leftists who attribute AIDS to some sort of conspiracy, have a clearly political analysis of the epidemic. But even if one attributes its cause to a microorganism rather than the wrath of God, or the workings of the CIA, it is clear that the way in which AIDS has been perceived, conceptualized, imagined, researched and financed makes this the most political of diseases.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In the last analysis sound judgment will prevail.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The distinctions separating the social classes are false; in the last analysis they rest on force.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
All that remains to the mother in modern consumer society is the role of scapegoat; psychoanalysis uses huge amounts of money and time to persuade analysis and to foist their problems on to the absent mother, who has no opportunity to utter a word in her own defense. Hostility to the mother in our societies is an index of mental health.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In the last analysis it is our conception of death which decides our answers to all the questions life puts to us.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A commodity appears at first sight an extremely obvious, trivial thing. But its analysis brings out that it is a very strange thing, abounding in metaphysical subtleties and theological niceties.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There is a form of laughter that springs from the heart, heard every day in the merry voice of childhood, the expression of a laughter -- loving spirit that defies analysis by the philosopher, which has nothing rigid or mechanical in it, and totally without social significance. Bubbling spontaneously from the heart of child or man. Without egotism and full of feeling, laughter is the music of life.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Night, the beloved. Night, when words fade and things come alive. When the destructive analysis of day is done, and all that is truly important becomes whole and sound again. When man reassembles his fragmentary self and grows with the calm of a tree.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The audience is the most revered member of the theater. Without an audience there is no theater. Every technique learned by the actor, every curtain, every flat on the stage, every careful analysis by the director, every coordinated scene, is for the enjoyment of the audience. They are our guests, our evaluators, and the last spoke in the wheel which can then begin to roll. They make the performance meaningful.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Simple solutions seldom are. It takes a very unusual mind to undertake analysis of the obvious.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The more one analyses people, the more all reasons for analysis disappear. Sooner or later one comes to that dreadful universal thing called human nature.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There are certain pressures and things that change your life to a degree that, in the cost benefit analysis that constantly goes on, sometimes makes you think, 'Maybe I should just leave.'More [04/28/2006 12:04:00]
I hope we will have the analysis (Thursday) night.More [05/18/2006 12:05:00]
“Psychoanalysis. Almost went three times - almost. Then I decided what was peculiar about me was probably what made me successful. I've seen some very talented actors go into analysis and really lose it.”More [08/02/2006 12:08:00]
Online, you have things like Slate Magazine, which has a lot of commentary and analysis of stories, so it gives you a fuller picture. I would compare that to a news magazine or the New Republic.More [01/17/2007 12:01:00]
DuPont: The gun katas. Through analysis of thousands of recorded gunfights, the Cleric has determined that the geometric distribution of antagonists in any gun battle is a statistically predictable element. The gun kata treats the gun as a total weapon, each fluid position representing a maximum kill zone, inflicting maximum damage on the maximum number of opponents while keeping the defender clear of the statistically traditional trajectories of return fire. By the rote mastery of this art, your firing efficiency will rise by no less than 120%. The difference of a 63% increase to lethal proficiency makes the master of the gun katas an adversary not to be taken lightly.More [10/14/2007 12:10:00]
“I find it unbelievable that the EPA would continue to drag its feet despite the fact that their own analysis found that these rules could prevent 28,000 lead-related illnesses each year,”More [02/14/2008 12:02:00]
Amanda: So?
Dr. Lynn Denlon: My twenty second analysis without any medical equipment is that his brain is herniating.
Amanda: [sarcastically] Oh.
Dr. Lynn Denlon: He needs to go to the hospital and have an operation to decompress his brain.
Amanda: [whispers] Come here. No, really, come here. Come here.
Dr. Lynn Denlon: No.
Amanda: [whispers] Let me ask you something.
[grabs Lynn by the hair]
Amanda: Did I bring John to you? Or did I bring your self-centered ass to him?
[whispers]
Amanda: Now you better start fucking paying attention. No one's going to any hospital.
[forcibly lets Lynn go]
Dr. Lynn Denlon: I can't perform miracles. You're giving him painkillers - for a tumor like this he needs steroids, prednisones.
Amanda: [sarcastically] Oh, good, yeah.
[yells]
Amanda: Maybe we could try some corticosteroids, you know, like dexamethasone. Why don't you fucking tell me something that I don't know! Stupid cunt!More [02/19/2008 12:02:00]
[Dr. Mangrum has been tending to Penny after the accident with the wagon; he takes a bottle from his buggy, drinks, and offers the bottle to Quirt]



Dr. Mangrum:
Drink?


[no response from Quirt]



Dr. Mangrum:
It's amazing the varied uses to which men put alcohol. To each different individual it's either a stimulant, a depressant or an anodine. Just now I'm using it as an anodine.



Quirt Evans:
Get to the point.



Dr. Mangrum:
The practice of medicine is one of the most infuriating professions known to man. It takes thirty years of experience to teach you that - in the final analysis - there's nothing to do but stand and watch.

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Capt. Kirk:
Spock, give me an update on the dark area ahead.



Spock:
No analysis due to insufficient information.



Capt. Kirk:
No speculation, no information, nothing? I've asked you three times for information on that thing and you've been unable to supply it. Insufficient information is not sufficient, Mr Spock! You're the science officer. You're supposed to have sufficient data all the time.

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[last lines]



Matt Drayton:
Now Mr. Prentice, clearly a most reasonable man, says he has no wish to offend me but wants to know if I'm some kind of a *nut*. And Mrs. Prentice says that like her husband I'm a burned-out old shell of a man who cannot even remember what it's like to love a woman the way her son loves my daughter. And strange as it seems, that's the first statement made to me all day with which I am prepared to take issue... cause I think you're wrong, you're as wrong as you can be. I admit that I hadn't considered it, hadn't even thought about it, but I know exactly how he feels about her and there is nothing, absolutely nothing that you son feels for my daughter that I didn't feel for Christina. Old- yes. Burned-out- certainly, but I can tell you the memories are still there- clear, intact, indestructible, and they'll be there if I live to be 110. Where John made his mistake I think was in attaching so much importance to what her mother and I might think... because in the final analysis it doesn't matter a damn what we think. The only thing that matters is what they feel, and how much they feel, for each other. And if it's half of what we felt- that's everything. As for you two and the problems you're going to have, they seem almost unimaginable, but you'll have no problem with me, and I think when Christina and I and your mother have some time to work on him you'll have no problem with your father, John. But you do know, I'm sure you know, what you're up against. There'll be 100 million people right here in this country who will be shocked and offended and appalled and the two of you will just have to ride that out, maybe every day for the rest of your lives. You could try to ignore those people, or you could feel sorry for them and for their prejudice and their bigotry and their blind hatred and stupid fears, but where necessary you'll just have to cling tight to each other and say "screw all those people"! Anybody could make a case, a hell of a good case, against your getting married. The arguments are so obvious that nobody has to make them. But you're two wonderful people who happened to fall in love and happened to have a pigmentation problem, and I think that now, no matter what kind of a case some bastard could make against your getting married, there would be only one thing worse, and that would be if - knowing what you two are and knowing what you two have and knowing what you two feel- you didn't get married. Well, Tillie, when the hell are we gonna get some dinner?

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Don Masters, CEA Agent:
What now?



V.I. Kydor Kropotkin:
We blow the main power supply.



Don Masters, CEA Agent:
Ok. What kind of time does that give us before the emergency power comes on?



V.I. Kydor Kropotkin:
Ten, maybe twelve minutes. We've gotta rush.



Don Masters, CEA Agent:
If we don't, what?



V.I. Kydor Kropotkin:
We're going to have to kill our way out, okay? Shall we rescue our doctor?



Don Masters, CEA Agent:
Yeah. If I don't resume my analysis pretty soon, I'm gonna flip out.

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[Dave and Frank are inside the pod while HAL looks on. The sound to HAL has been cut]



Dr. Frank Poole:
Well, whaddya think?



Dave Bowman:
I'm not sure, what do you think?



Dr. Frank Poole:
I've got a bad feeling about him.



Dave Bowman:
You do?



Dr. Frank Poole:
Yeah, definitely. Don't you?



Dave Bowman:
[sighs] I don't know; I think so. You know of course though he's right about the 9000 series having a perfect operational record. They do.



Dr. Frank Poole:
Unfortunately that sounds a little like famous last words.



Dave Bowman:
Yeah? Still it was his idea to carry out the faiure mode analysis experiment. Should certainly indicate his integrity and self-confidence. If he were wrong it would be the surest way of proving it.



Dr. Frank Poole:
It would be if he knew he was wrong. Look Dave I can't put my finger on it but I sense something strange about him.



Dave Bowman:
[sigh] Still I can't think of a good reason not to put back the number one unit and carry on with the failure mode analysis.



Dr. Frank Poole:
No - no I agree about that.



Dave Bowman:
Well let's get on with it.



Dr. Frank Poole:
Okay. Well look Dave. Let's say we put the unit back and it doesn't fail uh? That would pretty well wrap it up as far as HAL was concerned wouldn't it?



Dave Bowman:
Well, we'd be in very serious trouble.



Dr. Frank Poole:
We would, wouldn't we. What the hell could we do?



Dave Bowman:
[sigh] Well we wouldn't have too many alternatives.



Dr. Frank Poole:
I don't think we'd have any alternatives. There isn't a single aspect of ship operations that isn't under his control. If he were proven to be malfunctioning I wouldn't see how we'd have any choice but disconnection.



Dave Bowman:
I'm afraid I agree with you.

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[first lines]



Q:
I've been saying for years, sir, that our special equipment is obsolete. And now, computer analysis reveals an entirely new approach: miniaturization. For instance, radioactive lint. When placed in an opponent's pockets, the anti-personnel and location fix seems fairly obvious.



M:
What we want is a location fix on 007.

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Harold:
You're a sad and pathetic man. You're a homosexual and you don't want to be, but there's nothing you can do to change it. Not all the prayers to your god, not all the analysis you can buy in all the years you've go left to live. You may one day be able to know a heterosexual life if you want it desperately enough. If you pursue it with the fervor with which you annihilate. But you'll always be homosexual as well. Always Michael. Always. Until the day you die.

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Diana Christensen:
Look, I sent you all a concept analysis report yesterday. Did any of you read it?


[Aides stare blankly at her]



Diana Christensen:
Well, in a nutshell, it said: "The American people are turning sullen. They've been clobbered on all sides by Vietnam, Watergate, the inflation, the depression; they've turned off, shot up, and they've fucked themselves limp, and nothing helps." So, this concept analysis report concludes, "The American people want somebody to articulate their rage for them." I've been telling you people since I took this job six months ago that I want angry shows. I don't want conventional programming on this network. I want counterculture, I want anti-establishment. I don't want to play butch boss with you people, but when I took over this department, it had the worst programming record in television history. This network hasn't one show in the top twenty. This network is an industry joke, and we'd better start putting together one winner for next September. I want a show developed based on the activities of a terrorist group, "Joseph Stalin and His Merry Band of Bolsheviks," I want ideas from you people. This is what you're paid for. And by the way, the next time I send an audience research report around, you'd all better read it, or I'll sack the fucking lot of you. Is that clear?

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[Alvy Singer does a stand-up comic act for a college audience]



Alvy Singer:
I was thrown out of N.Y.U. my freshman year for cheating on my metaphysics final, you know. I looked within the soul of the boy sitting next to me. When I was thrown out, my mother, who was an emotionally high-strung woman, locked herself in the bathroom and took an overdose of Mah-Jongg tiles. I was depressed at that time. I was in analysis. I was suicidal as a matter of fact and would have killed myself, but I was in analysis with a strict Freudian, and, if you kill yourself, they make you pay for the sessions you miss.

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General Dodonna:
The battle station is heavily shielded and carries a firepower greater than half the star fleet. It's defenses are designed around a direct, large-scale assault. A small one-man fighter should be able to penetrate the outer defense.



Gold Leader:
Pardon me for asking, sir, but what good are snub fighters going to be against that?



General Dodonna:
Well, the Empire doesn't consider a small one-man fighter to be any threat, or they'd have a tighter defense. An analysis of the plans provided by Princess Leia has demonstrated a weakness in the battle station. But the approach will not be easy. You are required to maneuver straight down this trench and skim the surface to this point. The target area is only two meters wide. It's a small thermal exhaust port, right below the main port. The shaft leads directly to the reactor system. A precise hit will start a chain reaction which should destroy the station. Only a precise hit will set off a chain reaction. The shaft is ray-shielded, so you'll have to use proton torpedoes.



Wedge Antilles (Red 2):
That's impossible! Even for a computer.



Luke:
It's not impossible. I used to bullseye womp rats in my T-16 back home, they're not much bigger than two meters.



General Dodonna:
Then man your ships. And may the Force be with you.

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Priabin:
[speaking of Mitchell Gant] Obviously, sir, he knows our planes, our aircraft, as well as anyone. He would be a good choice for sabotage or analysis of information. But, perhaps he intends a close inspection of the MiG-31!



Col. Kontarsky:
[realizing Priabin is implying that Gant may steal the MiG-31] He *cannot* be here for *that*!



Priabin:
[realizing he may be right] No sir. Surely not! He couldn't hope to get away with it!



Col. Kontarsky:
Thank you, Dmitri, thank you. Well done.


[to his lieutenants]



Col. Kontarsky:
Arrest Baronovich and the others now! And no one is to be let near the aircraft! No one! You understand?


[explosions rock the hangar, alarm bells sound]



Col. Kontarsky:
[stunned] No!

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[over school dinner, discussing the attempts to frighten them]



Trevor Chaplin:
I still think it's a lot of fuss about a dead cat.



Jill Swinburne:
*You* wouldn't have liked it.



Trevor Chaplin:
I had a noose and I didn't scream.



Jill Swinburne:
You big brave macho incredible hulk, you.



Trevor Chaplin:
I just got up on the desk and took it down.


[Trevor chuckles]



Trevor Chaplin:
As my mother used to say, "no noose is good noose".



Jill Swinburne:
Gordon Bennett!



Trevor Chaplin:
You don't even like cats.



Jill Swinburne:
It's not the cat. It's the death aspect.



Trevor Chaplin:
I wonder if they killed it specially, or just found it somewhere.



Jill Swinburne:
Ooh, that's awful.



Trevor Chaplin:
I'm just making a rational analysis of the situation.



Jill Swinburne:
I think it's the same sort of dead cat as they use in that.


[Jill looks at Trevor's dinner; Trevor pushes his plate away in revulsion]



Jill Swinburne:
I think somebody is trying to frighten us. Successfully.



Trevor Chaplin:
Mmm-hmm!



Jill Swinburne:
You're frightened?



Trevor Chaplin:
Oh yes. I only *pretend* to be brave.



Jill Swinburne:
I think I might need somebody to give me cuddle tonight.



Trevor Chaplin:
Me too.



Jill Swinburne:
See Mrs Swinburne in her classroom after school.



Trevor Chaplin:
You what? I'm not going in *her* classroom - it's full of dead cats!



Jill Swinburne:
I don't find that funny, Trevor.



Trevor Chaplin:
No. I don't suppose it was a barrel of laughs for the cat, either.

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Cornfed:
Be careful, Duckman. A cursory olfactory analysis of this woman's sweat glands indicates that decades of alcohol ingestion have permeated her cellular structure and made her a prime candidate for spontaneous combustion.

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Dr. Banks:
[going through the roughnecks' medical reports] Fail. Fail. Depressively fail! One toxicology analysis revealed ketamin, that is a very powerful sedative!



Harry:
Sedatives are used all the time, doctor.



Dr. Banks:
Well this one's used on horses.



Harry:
Some of these guys are pretty big.



Dr. Banks:
[to Truman] You know, it would normally take 18 months to psychologically prepare pre-screened, viable subjects for space travel. We have seen evidence of a wide fariety of territorial aggression.



Dan:
Can they *physically* survive the trip? That's all I need to know here, okay?



Dr. Banks:
Personally, I don't know how they survived the tests.

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Dexter Jettster:
This baby belongs to them cloners. What you got here is a Kamino Saberdart.



Obi-Wan:
I wonder why it didn't show up in the analysis archives.



Dexter Jettster:
It's these funny little cuts on the side that give it away. Those analysis droids only focus on symbols. Huh! I should think that you Jedi would have more respect for the difference between knowledge and... heh heh heh... wisdom.



Obi-Wan:
Well if droids could think, there'd be none of us here, would there?

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President Kennedy:
[addressing the NPIC photograph analyst] Okay - let's have it.



NPIC Photo Interpreter:
Gentlemen, as most of you now know, a U-2 over Cuba Sunday morning took a series of disturbing photographs. Our analysis at NPIC indicates that the Soviet Union has followed up its conventional weapons build-up in Cuba with the introduction of surface-to-surface, medium-range ballistic missiles, or MRBMs. Our official estimate at this time is that the missile system is the SS-4 'Sandal'. We do not believe that the missiles are as yet operational. Iron Bark reports that the SS-4 can deliver a 3-megaton nuclear weapon 1,000 miles. So far we've identified 32 missiles serviced by about 3400 men, undoubtedly all Soviet personnel. Our cities and military installations in the southeast as far north as Washington, D.C., are in range of these weapons, and in the evnt of a launch would have only 5 minutes warning.



General Marshall Carter:
5 minutes, gentlemen.



Gen. Max Taylor:
In those 5 minutes, they could kill 80 million Americans - and destroy a significant percentage of our bomber bases, degrading our retaliatory options. The Joint Chiefs' consensus, Mr. President, is that this signals a major doctrinal shift in Soviet thinking - to a first-strike policy. It is a massively destabilizing move.



Robert Kennedy:
How long until they're operational?



NPIC Photo Interpreter:
General Carter can answer that question better than I can.



Gen. Max Taylor:
GMAC - Guided Missiles Intelligence Committee - estimates 10-14 days. A crash program could limit that time. However, I must stress that there may be more missiles - that we don't know about. We'll need more U-2 coverage.



President Kennedy:
Gentlemen, I want first reactions here. Assuming for the moment that Khruschev has NOT gone off the deep end - and intends to start World War 3 - what are we looking at?



Dean Rusk:
Mr. President, I believe my team is in agreement. If we permit the introduction of nuclear missiles to a Soviet satellite nation in our hemisphere, the diplomatic consequnces will be too terrible to contemplate. The Russians are trying to show the world they can do whatever they want, wherever they want, and we're powerless to stop them. If they succeed...



Robert Kennedy:
It'll be Munich all over again.



Dean Rusk:
Yes. Appeasement only makes the aggressor more aggressive. And the Soviets will be emboldened to push us even harder. Now we must remove the missiles one way or another. Now it seems to me the options are either some combination of international pressure & action on our part, until they give in - or - we hit them. An air strike.

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Cabot:
You're about to breathe air that's way over your pay grade so listen up. You're going to be asked for analysis and advice, so be God damn sure you know what you're talking about before you give it. Don't be afraid to say you don't know. Choose your words carefully, words have a habit of being turned into policy.

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Mojo Jojo:
I will tell you my favorite story-about the greatest conqueror who ever lived: Napoleon! He was a mighty man, feared by all who looked up to him. Using his genius and his loyal army, he conquered all of Europe, then all of Russia, and finally the whole world. The end.



Girls:
BORING!



Blossom:
Your story's all wrong! Napoleon's 1807 seizure of Portugal and the subsequent rebellion by the Spaniards cost France over 300,000 casualties, untold sums of money, and contributed to the eventual weakening of the Napoleonic empire!



Bubbles:
And your analysis on the invasion of Russia is also incorrect! Napoleon's invasion of 1812 resulted in massive casualties of his troops, due to starvation and inclement conditions, and ended in a disastrous retreat from Moscow with his army defeated!



Buttercup:
Yeah, dummy! And when he returned to France, the allied nations of Europe united against him, which led to his eventual defeat at the Battle of Waterloo on June 18, 1815, whereafter he was exiled to the island of St. Helena, where he died a miserable death from stomach cancer on May 5, 1821, stupid!

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Nordom:
A query, Annah: is your tail's purpose to indicate your current level of hostility?



Annah:
[angrily] What kind of stupid question is that you pikin' sod box?



Nordom:
My analysis is correct. Danger! Danger!

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Dr. Frederick Chilton:
Tell me, when you saw Lecter's murders, their style, so to speak, were you able perhaps to reconstruct his fantasies? And, if so, did you jot down any impressions?



Will Graham:
No.



Dr. Frederick Chilton:
Let me be frank, Mr. Graham. The first definitive analysis of Lecter will be a publisher's wet dream. I'd give you full credit, of course


[Graham towards cell door]



Dr. Frederick Chilton:
Dammit, man, you must have some advice. You caught him. What was your trick?



Will Graham:
I let him kill me.

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Murray:
Don't you think it'd be just a little safer if you just let mommy and daddy pay for a little analysis instead of acting out your rampant, testosterone-driven blood lust?



KC:
Man, fuck off!



Murray:
They're gonna kick your lights out, you know... Maybe you'd better run home, back to your videogames, your computer chat-rooms and your microwavable cuisine.

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Dr. Janice Polito:
Marie, I'm sorry I've been out of touch, but i've been working on that artifact Bayliss bought back from Tau Ceti 5. I've done a level three analysis on it. I think it's some kind of artificial intelligence. I've managed to pull an audio tag file of its memory. I'll let you be the judge.


[a distorted voice of SHODAN can be heard]



Dr. Janice Polito:
Marie, I think it's speaking Engish.

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Get the habit of analysis - analysis will in time enable synthesis to become your habit of mind.More [07/09/2011 06:07:11]
My analysis was directed toward purely physical conditions, such as defective wiring, presence of lack of air spaces between metal flues and woodwork, etc., and the results were presented in these terms.More [07/19/2011 03:07:28]
There'll be differences of opinion in just about every intelligence analysis that you make.More [07/25/2011 05:07:02]
In Oxford before the war, I had, with this interest in mind, written a short textbook entitled, An Introduction to Economic Analysis and Policy. It was now my intention to rewrite this work.More [07/28/2011 04:07:10]
The analysis of concepts is for the understanding nothing more than what the magnifying glass is for sight.More [07/28/2011 05:07:41]
If you wanted to dissect the structure of living cells, genetic analysis was an extremely powerful method, so my interest turned to that.More [07/30/2011 02:07:31]
This work made me more and more interested in biological matter, and I decided that I really wanted to work on the X-ray analysis of biological molecules.More [08/05/2011 12:08:39]
It is, I think, particularly in periods of acknowledged crisis that scientists have turned to philosophical analysis as a device for unlocking the riddles of their field. Scientists have not generally needed or wanted to be philosophers.More [08/06/2011 03:08:58]
The abstract analysis of the world by mathematics and physics rests on the concepts of space and time.More [08/18/2011 11:08:42]
For a long time many believed that there would be an automatic adjustment and counted on a rapid increase in the wages of the emerging nations, on our advances in technology and the costs of transport preventing disruption. But this reassuring analysis is out of date.More [08/22/2011 05:08:21]
The analysis of variance is not a mathematical theorem, but rather a convenient method of arranging the arithmetic.More [09/03/2011 02:09:35]
Psychoanalysis. Almost went three times - almost. Then I decided what was peculiar about me was probably what made me successful. I've seen some very talented actors go into analysis and really lose it.More [09/15/2011 11:09:29]
Elaine is just in pain. I think Elaine has become very, very sad woman. She is someone who is in deep need of many hours of analysis and I like to think that I'm not that type of person.More [09/23/2011 07:09:25]
Our analysis of truth and falsehood, or of the nature of judgment, is not very likely to be influenced by our hopes and fears.More [10/20/2011 11:10:16]
I started at Pillsbury as a manager in one of their analysis functions, then worked my way up the corporate ladder to become vice president. Moving to Burger King was an important moment in my career.More [10/21/2011 06:10:58]
Fortunately analysis is not the only way to resolve inner conflicts. Life itself still remains a very effective therapist.More [10/27/2011 07:10:13]
I don't want what I am saying to sound like a prophecy or anything like an analysis of modern society... these are only feelings I have, and I am the least speculative man on earth.More [11/11/2011 09:11:08]
If we do not step up the level of activity of our work [in the Russian Far East], then in the final analysis we can lose everythingMore [12/14/2011 09:12:10]
Mankind will possess incalculable advantages and extraordinary control over human behavior when the scientific investigator will be able to subject his fellow men to the same external analysis he would employ for any natural object, and when the human mind will contemplate itself not from within but from without.More [12/18/2011 04:12:06]

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