Quotes of Elicit

“ The bare recollection of anger kindles anger. ”

- Publilius Syrus

“ Staying married may have long-term benefits. You can elicit much more sympathy from friends over a bad marriage than you ever can from a good divorce. ”

- Gandhi

“ What you'll see in these new titles are things that evoke feelings,... They won't engage you only interactively, but they'll strive to move you emotionally. ”

- Neil Young

“ Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist. ”

- Rene Magritte

“ My idea of education is to unsettle the minds of the young and inflame their intellects. ”

- Robert Maynard Hutchins

“ Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents, which, in prosperous circumstances, would have lain dormant. ”

- Horace

“ Times of general calamity and confusion create great minds. The purest ore is produced from the hottest furnace, and the brightest thunderbolt is elicited from the darkest storms. ”

- Charles Caleb Colton

“ Before, I was terrified on stage. I only play guitar during the acoustic songs. After a while, you can elicit certain responses from the crowd, like Elvis. ”

- Andy Gibb

“ We need a pedagogy and education that elicits and expands our childhood ways of knowing. ”

- John Bradshaw

“ Times of great calamity and confusion have been productive for the greatest minds. The purest ore is produced from the hottest furnace. The brightest thunder-bolt is elicited from the darkest storm. ”

- Charles Caleb Colton

“ It is the story-teller's task to elicit sympathy and a measure of understanding for those who lie outside the boundaries of State approval. ”

- Graham Greene

“ Conversation has a kind of charm about it, an insinuating and insidious something that elicits secrets just like love or liquor. ”

- Marcus Annaeus Seneca

“ Act so as to elicit the best in others and thereby in thyself. ”

- Felix Adler

“ It's easy to let life deteriorate into making a living instead of making a life. It's not the hours you put in, but what you put into the hours that count. Learn to express rather than impress. Expressing evokes a "me too" attitude while impressing evokes a "so what" attitude. ”

- Jim Rohn

“ I am only a footnote, but proud of the footnote I have become. My subsequent work - on eliciting principles and developing the theory of interface design, so that many people will be able to do what I did is probably also footnote-worthy. ”

- Jef Raskin
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