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Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action
Ian Fleming (Goldfinger (James Bond, #7))
Mine’s Bond – James Bond.
Ian Fleming (Casino Royale (James Bond, #1))
History is moving pretty quickly these days, and the heroes and villains keep on changing parts.
Ian Fleming
Bond always mistrusted short men. They grew up from childhood with an inferiority complex. All their lives they would strive to be big - bigger than the others who had teased them as a child. Napoleon had been short, and Hitler. It was the short men that caused all the trouble in the world.
Ian Fleming
...Goldfinger could not have known that high tension was Bond's natural way of life and that pressure and danger relaxed him.
Ian Fleming (Goldfinger (James Bond, #7))
Some women just aren’t cut out to be mothers, and unfortunately it had taken Susanna three kids to realize she was one of them.
Kelley Armstrong (Birthright (Otherworld Stories, #0.07))
He was a secret agent, and still alive thanks to his exact attention to the detail of his profession.
Ian Fleming (Casino Royale (James Bond, #1))
Just as, at least in one religion, accidia is the first of the cardinal sins, so bordom, and particularly the incredible circumstance of waking up bored, was the only vice Bond utterly condemned.
Ian Fleming (From Russia With Love (James Bond, #5))
They put me at ease by telling me that the alligators were rather tired in this particular area, so they wouldn't be likely to bite.
Roger Moore (The 007 Diaries: Filming Live and Let Die)
You know the mistake I made tonight ? It was believing in you. Well, Mr James Bond 007, whatever you were is gone. It belongs to another time. There are no more heroes any more.
Anthony Horowitz (With a Mind to Kill)
New Rule: You don't need a paper shredder. I've seen your mail--it's not that interesting. What are you worried about, that the magazine from the auto club might fall into the wrong hands? I hate to break it to you 007, but the Victoria's Secret catalog isn't actually a secret.
Bill Maher (The New New Rules: A Funny Look At How Everybody But Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass)
Your on the planet too. Why should James Bond have all the action, fun, money, and resort hotel living.
Paul Kyriazi (How to Live the James Bond Lifestyle: The Complete Seminar)
First is Epsilon, which equals 0.007, which is the relative amount of hydrogen that converts to helium via fusion in the big bang.
Michio Kaku (Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos)
And don't stress about the trip. We'll find some alone time in London," he continued, bending his head closer to mine. "Nothing keeps 007 from romancing a beautiful woman.
Cassidy Calloway (Secrets of a First Daughter (First Daughter, #2))
Wyatt Fox. It suited him. Clean, masculine, not a syllable wasted. Like James Bond, if 007 included cowboy-marine-firefighter in his stable of personae. Fox. Wyatt Fox. License to thrill—and send your panties plummeting.
Kate Meader (Sparking the Fire (Hot in Chicago, #3))
Women are often meticulous and safe drivers, but they are very seldom first-class. In general, Bond regarded them as a mild hazard and he always gave them plenty of road and was ready for the unpredictable. Four women in a car he regarded as the highest potential danger, and two women nearly as lethal. Women together cannot keep silent in a car, and when women talk they have to look into each other’s faces. An exchange of words is not enough. They have to see the other person’s expression, perhaps to read behind the others’ words or analyze the reaction to their own. So two women in the front seat of a car constantly distract each other’s attention from the road ahead and four women are more than doubly dangerous for the driver not only has to hear and see, what her companion is saying but also, for women are like that, what the two behind are talking about.
Ian Fleming (Thunderball (James Bond, #9))
I'm getting very sorry for the Devil and his disciples such as the good Le Chiffre. The devil has a rotten time and I always like to be on the side of the underdog. We don't give the poor chap a chance...the Devil had no prophets to write his Ten Commandments and no team of authors to write his biography.
Ian Fleming (Casino Royale (James Bond, #1))
She's wacko. I should have known she was wacko from the beginning. She had a thing about spies. Was always watching those stupid Bond movies. I'd be banging her from behind, and she'd be watching James Bond on the television. Can you believe it?" ~(Written during Pierce Brosnan's 007 days so, yeah, I CAN believe it!) "Four To Score
Janet Evanovich
No Navigator, we are just going with the flow of it all.” 007 In The Navigator by Steve Merrick
Steve Merrick
Bond’s codename, ‘007’, it is said, is taken from the number of the coach which ran from London to Dover via Canterbury. The 007 coach is now operated by National Express but still runs along the same route with the same number.
John Higgs (Watling Street: Travels Through Britain and Its Ever-Present Past)
Self love begins deep within you, you, and only you. Make celebrating your legacy a healthy act of self-love...and become your own pot of gold today; let God who is Love pour His Rainbow through your overhead clouds. - TraceyBond007.com
Dr Tracey Bond
My dear boy', Le Chiffre spoke like a father, 'the game of Red Indians is over, quite over. You have stumbled by mischance into a game for grown-ups and you have already found it a painful experience. You are not equipped, my dear boy, to play games with adults and it very foolish of your nanny in London to have sent you out here with your spade and bucket. Very foolish indeed and most unfortunate for you.' 'But we must stop joking, my dear fellow, although I am sure you would like to follow me in developing this amusing little cautionary tale.
Ian Fleming (Casino Royale (James Bond, #1))
She glances at her wrist where a Fitbit, a Christmas present from her brother Simon and sister-in-law Cathy, sits smugly. She presses the button and it tells her that she has walked 2,007 steps since getting up (it tracks her sleep too). Surely it’s more than that? She sometimes suspects Cathy, at least, of less-than-charitable motives in giving this particular present, a sort of mini-Cathy that nags her all day about doing more exercise. Ruth fears that her relationship with the Fitbit is already an unhealthy one. She worries about its good opinion of her (otherwise why not take it off?)
Elly Griffiths (The Stone Circle (Ruth Galloway, #11))
History is moving pretty quickly these days, and the heroes and villains keep changing parts.
Ian Fleming
Anthony Horowitz (Forever and a Day (James Bond 007))
In a plot that smacks of James Bond (and has all the hallmarks of an Elliott ruse), a Dutch agent named Peter Tazelaar was put ashore near the seafront casino at Scheveningen, wearing full evening dress and covered with a rubber suit to keep him dry. Once ashore, Tazelaar peeled off his outer suit and began to “mingle with the crowd on the front” in his dinner jacket, which had been sprinkled with brandy to reinforce the “party-goer’s image.” Formally dressed and alcoholically perfumed, Tazelaar successfully made it past the German guards and picked up a radio previously dropped by parachute. The echo of 007 may not be coincidental: among the young blades of British intelligence at this time was a young officer in naval intelligence named Ian Fleming, the future author of the James Bond books. Ian Fleming and Nicholas Elliott had both experienced the trauma of being educated at Durnford School; they became close friends.
Ben Macintyre (A Spy Among Friends: Kim Philby and the Great Betrayal)
Painters, writers, musicians are lonely people. So are statesmen and admirals and generals. But then, I added to be fair, so are criminals and lunatics. Let's just say, not to be too flattering, that true individuals are lonely. -- Vivienne Michel
Ian Fleming (The Spy Who Loved Me (James Bond, #10))
The first caller’s avatar appeared in front of me in my support chat room. His name and stats also appeared, floating in the air above him. He had the astoundingly clever name of “HotCock007.” I could see that it was going to be another fabulous day. HotCock007 was a hulking bald barbarian with studded black leather armor and lots of demon tattoos covering his arms and face. He was holding a gigantic bastard sword nearly twice as long as his avatar’s body. “Good morning, Mr. HotCock007,” I droned. “Thank you for calling technical support. I’m tech rep number 338645. How may I help you this evening?” The customer courtesy software filtered my voice, altering its tone and inflection to ensure that I always sounded cheerful and upbeat. “Uh, yeah …” HotCock007 began. “I just bought this bad-ass sword, and now I can’t even use it! I can’t even attack nothing with it. What the hell is wrong with this piece of shit? Is it broke?” “Sir, the only problem is that you’re a complete fucking moron,” I said. I heard a familiar warning buzzer and a message flashed on my display: COURTESY VIOLATION—FLAGS: FUCKING, MORON LAST RESPONSE MUTED—VIOLATION LOGGED
Ernest Cline (Ready Player One (Ready Player One, #1))
Congress, in the twenties, put an end to the dangerous, turbulent flood of immigrants (14 million between 1900 and 1920) by passing laws setting immigration quotas: the quotas favored Anglo-Saxons, kept out black and yellow people, limited severely the coming of Latins, Slavs, Jews. No African country could send more than 100 people; 100 was the limit for China, for Bulgaria, for Palestine; 34,007 could come from England or Northern Ireland, but only 3,845 from Italy; 51,227 from Germany, but only 124 from Lithuania; 28,567 from the Irish Free State, but only 2,248 from Russia.
Howard Zinn (A People's History of the United States: 1492 to Present)
Public grazing provides just one dollar out of every $2,500 of taxable income in the West, or 0.04 percent, and just one out of everything 1,400 jobs, or 0.07 percent. On both public and private lands in the eleven Western states, the livestock industry accounts for less than 0.5 percent of all income.
Christopher Ketcham (This Land: How Cowboys, Capitalism, and Corruption are Ruining the American West)
Rees maintains that six numbers in particular govern our universe, and that if any of these values were changed even very slightly things could not be as they are. For example, for the universe to exist as it does requires that hydrogen be converted to helium in a precise but comparatively stately manner—specifically, in a way that converts seven one-thousandths of its mass to energy. Lower that value very slightly—from 0.007 percent to 0.006 percent, say—and no transformation could take place: the universe would consist of hydrogen and nothing else. Raise the value very slightly—to 0.008 percent—and bonding would be so wildly prolific that the hydrogen would long since have been exhausted. In either case, with the slightest tweaking of the numbers the universe as we know and need it would not be here. I
Bill Bryson (A Short History of Nearly Everything)
We can’t even expect our immigration officials not to make citizens of convicted felons.1 Tens of thousands of immigrants have been granted citizenship after being convicted of crimes in the United States. And, no, you can’t see their names or read about their crimes. A year before the 1996 presidential election, the Clinton White House worked feverishly to naturalize 1 million immigrants in time for Clinton’s reelection. Criminal background checks were jettisoned for 200,000 applicants, so that citizenship was granted to at least 70,000 people with FBI criminal records and 10,000 with felony records.2 Murderers, robbers, and rapists were all made our fellow Americans so the Democrats would have a million new voters by the 1996 election. In 2013 alone, the Obama administration released 36,007 convicted criminal aliens with about 88,000 convictions among them—including 426 for rape and 193 for murder.3 They’ll soon be your fellow citizens, too.
Ann Coulter (¡Adios, America!: The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole)
After another second had passed I added, “But you’re pretty, pretty,” and as soon as I said it I thought, “Pretty, pretty? John, you’re an idiot.” But she squeezed my hand and when I looked at her I saw her entire lovely face was aglow with a wonderful smile, the kind of smile you get when you have won something. “Why do you rub your fingers together all the time?” she asked me, and I felt the breath leave my body and gasped for air. She had seen me do my crazy finger thing, my affliction. I clenched my teeth while I searched for a long, exaggerated lie to tell her about why I did what I did. I didn’t want to be the crazy kid with tics, I wanted to be James Bond 007, so slick ice avoided me. “It’s okay,” she said. “I bite my nails, see?” and she showed me the backs of her hands. Her finger nails were painted a color I later learned was puce. “My Dad, he blinks all the time, he doesn’t know why either,” she continued. She looked down her feet and said, “I shouldn’t have asked you that. I’m really nervous and I say stupid things when I’m nervous. I’m a girl and this is my first date, and for girls this really is a very big deal.” I understood completely. I was so nervous I couldn’t feel my toes, so I started moving them up and down to make sure they were still there. “It’s all right,” I said. “I don’t know why I do that with my fingers; it’s a thing I do.” “Well, you’re really cute when you do it,” she said. “I know,” I said, and I don’t know why I said it, but I did.
John William Tuohy (No Time to Say Goodbye: A Memoir of a Life in Foster Care)
국립중앙 서산출장안마( Ymz44.COM )아산섹파인증관의 2012년 세입예산은 재산수입(토지·건물대여)129,422천 원, 경상이전수입 6,000천 원, 재화 및 용역판매수입 7,086천 원, 수입대체경비수입 346,200천 원 등 총 488,708천원이 편성되었으며, 징수금액은 629,745천 원으로 예산액과 대비하여 141,037천 원(28.9%)이 초과 징수되었다. 2012년도 일반회계 세출예산은 54,774,107천 원이고, 세출예산현액은 54,547,467천 원이며 세출예산 집행률은 97.7%(53,300,399천 원)이고 이월액은 196,061천 원, 불용액은 1,051,007천 원이다. 2) 주요성과 (1) 국내외 자료의 수집·정리·보존 서산출장안마( Ymz44.COM )아산섹파인증관리 국립중앙도서관의 자료 수집은 국가대표도서관이 갖는 가장 중요하고도 기본적인 기능이며 납본, 구입, 기증, 국제교환 등에 의해 이루어지고 있다. 납본을 통한 국내 출판물의 총체적 수집 및 납본제도 시행 이전('65)에 발행된 국내자료, 국외 발행 한국학관련자료, 국제기구 자료 및 서양서 등 다양한 언어의 자료를 구입 수집하고 있다. 대국민 도서기증사업 ‘책다모아’ 를 운영하여 미 소장 국가문헌을 확충하고, 국제자료교환을 통하여 각 국의 출판정보, 정부간행물, 학술자료, 회색문헌(비 유통 연구자료)등의 다양한 자료도 수집하고 있다. 또한 온라인 디지털자료의 증가에 따라, OASIS(Online Archiving & Searching Internet Sources)를 통한 국가차원의 디지털 지적 문화유산을 수집하기 위한 서산출장안마( Ymz44.COM )아산섹파인증노력을 하고 있다
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의무고용 창원핸플( ymz44.CoM )마산입싸방 섹파무료제도 개요 장애인 고용촉진을 위해 1991년부터 장애인 의무고용제도를 시행 중이며, 그동안 교원, 판사, 군무원 등의 직종에 대해서는 의무고용 예외를 인정하였으나 2006년 부터는 이들 직종까지 의무고용제도를 확대하고 공공기관의 적용제외율을 폐지 하였다. 2009년 정부부문의 의무고용률을 3%로 상향조정하였으며, 신규채용 인원 중 3%를 장애인으로 채용하도록 의무를 부과하였다. 2010년부터 공공기관은 3%, 2012년부터 상시근로자 50인 이상 사업주는 2.5%를 장애인으로 고용하도록 의무 고용률이 상향조정되었다. 장애인 고용인원이 의무고용인원에 미달하면 부담금을 부과하고, 의무고용률을 초과하면 장려금을 창원핸플( ymz44.CoM )마산입싸방 섹파무료지급하며, 장애인 의무고용 이행실태를 조사하여 장애인 고용이 현저히 저조한 기업체는 명단을 공표하고 있다. 나. 장애인 의무고용 현황 2012년 12월 기준, 장애인 의무고용 사업체(25,688개소)의 장애인 근로자는 142,022명이고 장애인 고용률은 2.35%로서, 전년 대비 장애인 고용인원은 8,571명 (6.4%) 증가하고 고용률은 0.07%p 상승하였다. 공무원의 경우 자치단체 3.82%, 중앙행정기관 3.27%로 의무고용률 3%를 초과 하였으나 헌법기관 2.43%, 교육청은 1.48%로 의무고용률에 미달하였다. 정부부문 근로자는 자치단체 5.48%, 헌법기관 3.27%이나, 중앙행정기관은 2.45%, 교육청은 1.32%로 의무고용률(2.5%)에 미달하였다. 공공기관 중 공기업은 3.21%, 준정부기관은 3.41%로 의무고용률을 초과(3%) 하였으나, 기타공공 창원핸플( ymz44.CoM )마산입싸방 섹파무료기관은 1.91%으로 2011년보다 0.07%p 상승하였으나 여전히 낮게 나타났다.
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This catastrophe brings to mind the Korean Air Lines plane shot down in 1983 by a Soviet military fighter, killing 269. President Reagan called the downing of KAL007 "an act of barbarism, born of a society which wantonly disregards individual rights and the value of human life and seeks constantly to expand and dominate others." It was a moral turning point in the Cold War.
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David Andrews (The Oracle Speaks: Warren Buffett In His Own Words (In Their Own Words))
A lot of people say, “Well, he was 007. He’s no big thing as an actor.” Fuck that shit. He is a fucking master. He is good as anybody I’d ever seen. In fact, it’s always the ones who look so incredibly natural who are constantly being accused of not acting; those are the ones who are the most sublime of professionals.
Ron Perlman (Easy Street: The Hard Way)
... so much of James Bond was Ian Fleming himself. Ian was never able to write about anything he did not know, or any place he had not been. James Bond had been around for a long time -- as long, in fact, as Ian Fleming had been dreaming himself into fantasy situations. When he finally emerged on paper, 007 was a toughened-up younger-brother version of Ian himself: more straightforward, less interesting, the kind of young hothead Ian might have been had he not valued power above adventure.
Henry Chancellor (James Bond: The Man and His World, the Official Companion to Ian Fleming's Creation)
Also, with a p value of 0.07, the probability that the effect was due to the experimental treatment is still greater than 90 percent.
Joshua Schimel (Writing Science: How to Write Papers That Get Cited and Proposals That Get Funded)
Our kids need us to be the dad, not a fun single uncle. When you can replace your 007 poster with a framed portrait of Grandma, your kids will experience an underlying sense of being at home when they are with you—whether for a weekend, a summer, or full-time.
Tez Brooks
In the end they worked out that Angus must have sneaked into Naomi’s love parlor before his trouser snake addendums were, you know…adjusted. Super-Cat!!! He is without doubt the 007 of the cat world.
Louise Rennison (Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #4))
significantly different? Because the variances are equal, we read the t-test statistics from the top line, which states “equal variances assumed.” (If variances had been unequal, then we would read the test statistics from the second line, “equal variances not assumed.”). The t-test statistic for equal variances for this test is 2.576, which is significant at p = .011.13 Thus, we conclude that the means are significantly different; the 10th graders report feeling safer one year after the anger management program was implemented. Working Example 2 In the preceding example, the variables were both normally distributed, but this is not always the case. Many variables are highly skewed and not normally distributed. Consider another example. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) collects information about the water quality of watersheds, including information about the sources and nature of pollution. One such measure is the percentage of samples that exceed pollution limits for ammonia, dissolved oxygen, phosphorus, and pH.14 A manager wants to know whether watersheds in the East have higher levels of pollution than those in the Midwest. Figure 12.4 Untransformed Variable: Watershed Pollution An index variable of such pollution is constructed. The index variable is called “pollution,” and the first step is to examine it for test assumptions. Analysis indicates that the range of this variable has a low value of 0.00 percent and a high value of 59.17 percent. These are plausible values (any value above 100.00 percent is implausible). A boxplot (not shown) demonstrates that the variable has two values greater than 50.00 percent that are indicated as outliers for the Midwest region. However, the histograms shown in Figure 12.4 do not suggest that these values are unusually large; rather, the peak in both histograms is located off to the left. The distributions are heavily skewed.15 Because the samples each have fewer than 50 observations, the Shapiro-Wilk test for normality is used. The respective test statistics for East and Midwest are .969 (p = .355) and .931 (p = .007). Visual inspection confirms that the Midwest distribution is indeed nonnormal. The Shapiro-Wilk test statistics are given only for completeness; they have no substantive interpretation. We must now either transform the variable so that it becomes normal for purposes of testing, or use a nonparametric alternative. The second option is discussed later in this chapter. We also show the consequences of ignoring the problem. To transform the variable, we try the recommended transformations, , and then examine the transformed variable for normality. If none of these transformations work, we might modify them, such as using x⅓ instead of x½ (recall that the latter is ).16 Thus, some experimentation is required. In our case, we find that the x½ works. The new Shapiro-Wilk test statistics for East and Midwest are, respectively, .969 (p = .361) and .987 (p = .883). Visual inspection of Figure 12.5 shows these two distributions to be quite normal, indeed. Figure 12.5 Transformed Variable: Watershed Pollution The results of the t-test for the transformed variable are shown in Table
Evan M. Berman (Essential Statistics for Public Managers and Policy Analysts)
For comparison, we use the Mann-Whitney test to compare the two samples of 10th graders discussed earlier in this chapter. The sum of ranks for the “before” group is 69.55, and for the “one year later group,” 86.57. The test statistic is significant at p = .019, yielding the same conclusion as the independent-samples t-test, p = .011. This comparison also shows that nonparametric tests do have higher levels of significance. As mentioned earlier, the Mann-Whitney test (as a nonparametric test) does not calculate the group means; separate, descriptive analysis needs to be undertaken for that information. A nonparametric alternative to the paired-samples t-test is the Wilcoxon signed rank test. This test assigns ranks based on the absolute values of these differences (Table 12.5). The signs of the differences are retained (thus, some values are positive and others are negative). For the data in Table 12.5, there are seven positive ranks (with mean rank = 6.57) and three negative ranks (with mean rank = 3.00). The Wilcoxon signed rank test statistic is normally distributed. The Wilcoxon signed rank test statistic, Z, for a difference between these values is 1.89 (p = .059 > .05). Hence, according to this test, the differences between the before and after scores are not significant. Getting Started Calculate a t-test and a Mann-Whitney test on data of your choice. Again, nonparametric tests result in larger p-values. The paired-samples t-test finds that p = .038 < .05, providing sufficient statistical evidence to conclude that the differences are significant. It might also be noted that a doubling of the data in Table 12.5 results in finding a significant difference between the before and after scores with the Wilcoxon signed rank test, Z = 2.694, p = .007. Table 12.5 Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test The Wilcoxon signed rank test can also be adapted as a nonparametric alternative to the one-sample t-test. In that case, analysts create a second variable that, for each observation, is the test value. For example, if in Table 12.5 we wish to test whether the mean of variable “before” is different from, say, 4.0, we create a second variable with 10 observations for which each value is, say, 4.0. Then using the Wilcoxon signed rank test for the “before” variable and this new,
Evan M. Berman (Essential Statistics for Public Managers and Policy Analysts)
check out the Shodan search engine for the Internet of Things. Here are thousands of links to Internet-connected devices – many of them accessible without a password – including private and public IP cameras. Tracking
Conrad Jaeger (Make Your Smartphone 007 Smart)
Garch a har?" -Oddjob, Goldfinger
Ian Fleming
The book-quoting charmer has an actual name, and it's not Fitzwilliam Darcy. My literary heart should probably be disappointed, but it's not. Gray Beckham is an undeniably sexy name. Very manly. Very 007.
Teri Wilson (The Accidental Beauty Queen)
that in a random series of 101,000,007 zeroes and ones, you should expect at least 10 nonoverlapping subsequences of 1 million consecutive zeros.11
Leonard Mlodinow (The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives)
The last shot was of the episode’s nubile Bond Girl, Bond Boy, and Bond Gender Questioning Two-Spirit joining 007 in looking down from their shared hotel room balcony in San Francisco as women on the street below freed themselves from their tyrannical handmaid robes and put on hijabs to celebrate their liberation. The
Kurt Schlichter (Collapse (Kelly Turnbull, #4))
Let it all out; the characters dancing through the folds of your mind, the voices echoing within your soul, and the tales which course through your veins.
Looking for stars in the sky Finding flaws in everyone I see How dare I have the audacity Humming a lovely tune I flirt with the sulky moon Hoping all this is over soon ©unknownwriter007
unknownwriter007 (Penning it down)
Table 3: Tippet Size Matched to Fly Size TIPPET SIZE DIAMETER (INCHES) BALANCES WITH FLY SIZES APPROXIMATE BREAKING STRENGTH (POUND-TEST)* 0X .011 2, 1/0 16 1X .010 4-6-8 14 2X .009 6-8-10 12 3X .008 10-12-14 9 4X .007 12-14-16 6.5 5X .006 14-16-18 5 6X .005 16-18-20-22 3.5 7X .004 18-20-22-24 2.5 8X .003 22-24-26-28 1.75
Tom Rosenbauer (Orvis Fly-Fishing Guide, Completely Revised and Updated with Over 400 New Color Photos and Illustrations)
Thought by thought, breath into utterance, weightless or gravitational...though our experiences are limited by time, our words and their immortal existence are without expiration...
Dr Tracey Bond
Fear's reputation will cease to exist as a weapon, the moment its target, ceases to fire it up with all of our detailed descriptives.
Dr Tracey Bond (Spirit Fed Entrepreneur: Growing Your Business with a Fearless Mindset (Volume 1))
Coaching is the intuitive adventure of influence
Dr Tracey Bond
William Boyd (Solo: A James Bond Novel (James Bond 007))
007 n. the fictional British secret agent James Bond, or someone based on, inspired by, or reminiscent of him.
Angus Stevenson (Oxford Dictionary of English)
What's in a #firstlady title? The rest of their #bickeringbook, and look who's reading each other in proton-order? These kittens have taken off their mittens, Mr. Cat-in-the-hat! How 'bout that? Ahh, there it goes. All necessary political priorities aside, these #majorettes are focused on the #minora; while the nation is taking the knee, and locked up-in-arms over the anthem-tantrums some leaders are having. #NoWeCant #MakeTimeForThat #JESUS! I'm too busy demagnetizing distractions to let this high-end cat-attack #maskon my #businessuilding #transactions!" ~ @Tracey007Bond
Dr Tracey Bond
The core of PR ((public relations) is strongest where our identity and value relationships are built through sharing and caring interactions, not sold through marketing pitches asking directly for transactions." ~ @Tracey007Bond
Dr Tracey Bond
The truth is, trying to do something good isn’t always inspiring, and it often doesn’t have obvious rewards. On the contrary, trying to do the right thing is frequently hard and frustrating, and it has a steep learning curve, and it’s very easy to get discouraged and feel bad about yourself and start doubting that you even know what the right thing is.
Elliott James (Talking Dirty (Pax Arcana #0.07))
My friend Jeffrey Deaver, successful author of The Bone Collector and many other thrillers, confessed once that his first short story, written as a child, was a Bond-inspired spy adventure (he refused to let me read it . . . afraid, maybe, that I might try to publish it as The Bond Collector).
Glenn Yeffeth (James Bond in the 21st Century: Why We Still Need 007)
Pinned on murder, Murder she wrote, Bond, James 007.
Petra Hermans
Kaspersky is opgepakt de laatste Tijd.
Petra Hermans
Ако платим на Русия 80 милиона, за да ни ремонтира МиГ-овете!!! Предлагам за компенсация да подарим самолетите на Украйна!!! И ставаме спонсор Ем на Н@то, Ем на Русия, Ем на Украйна!!! И сме #1 по шпионски игри и заебавки в международен мащаб!!! … А па пенционерите кучета ги яли!?! А ако може да купиме и още неколко чертежа, на F-16 от НАТ0 за двайсетина милиарда, направо идеално! Бат Роскоу 007
Росен Марков
Като ще гоним Щирлиц, трябва да изгоним и 007… Емил Боев
Росен Марков
(For all the 007 references, though, the British press neglected to mention that Ian Fleming had found his spy’s name after stumbling across a copy of Birds of the West Indies, written by the American ornithologist James Bond.)
Kirk Wallace Johnson (The Feather Thief: Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century)
ivory measuring scale discovered at a Harappan site had divisions which were 1.7 millimeters (0.07 inches) in length,
Hourly History (Indus Valley Civilization: A History from Beginning to End)
Whatever you agree to do? Do it damn good, even if you decide to robber a bank. Be better than 007!
Beta Metani'Marashi
A great lost scene is 007 on the toilet waiting for ‘Scaramanga’s revenge’ to make its way through his digestive system.
John Rain (Thunderbook: The World of Bond According to Smersh Pod)
To enter you have to enter a special keycode, which just happens to be the five-note sequence from Close Encounters of a Third Kind – a tongue-in-cheek joke Broccoli managed to achieve by personally asking Spielberg for permission. (Being a huge Bond fan, Spielberg agreed immediately, and many years later asked for the favour to be returned when producing The Goonies, asking Broccoli if he could use the 007 theme when Data swings through Mikey’s screen door.)
John Rain (Thunderbook: The World of Bond According to Smersh Pod)
007: Be an angle, Penny, and ring down to Mary and tell her she's got to get out of whatever she's doing tonight. I'm taking her out to dinner. Scotts. Tell her we'll have our first roast grouse of the year and pink champagne. Celebration. Moneypenny: What of? 007: Oh, I dunno. The Queen's birthday or something. Right?
Ian Fleming (You Only Live Twice (James Bond, #12))
A dry martini," Bond said. "One. In a deep champagne goblet." "Oui, monsieur." "Just a moment. Three measures of Gordon's one of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet. Shake it very well until it's ice-cold, then add a large thin slice of lemon peel. Got it?" "Certainly, monsieur." The barman seemed pleased with the idea. "Gosh, that's certainly a drink," said Leiter. Bond laughed. "When I'm...er...concentrating," he explained, "I never have more than one drink before dinner. But I do like that one to be large and very strong and very cold and very well-made. I hate small portions of anything, particularly when they taste bad. This drink's my own invention. I'm going to patent it when I can think of a good name.
Ian Fleming (Casino Royal (007 James Bond))
007: What are the CIA going to say about all this? After all, it's bare-faced poaching. Tanner: They don't own Japan. Anyway, they're not here to know. That's up to this fellow Tanaka. He'll have to fix the machinery for getting it into the Australian Embassy. That's his worry. But the whole thing's on pretty thin ice. The main problem is to make sure he doesn't go straight along to the CIA and tell 'em of your approach. If you get blown, we'll just have to get the Australians to hold the baby. They've don it before when we've been bowled out edging our way into the pacific. We're good friends with their service. First-rate bunch of chaps. And, anyway, the CIA's hands aren't as clean as all that. We've got a whole file of cases where they've crossed wires with us round the world. Often dangerously. We can throw that book at McCone if this business blows up in our faces. But part of your job is to see that it doesn't. 007: Seems to me I'm getting all balled up in high politics. Not my line of country at all.
Ian Fleming (You Only Live Twice (James Bond, #12))
The movie played to a completely packed house and it was a smash. I was waiting with Bruce and Joe Lansdale up near the screen as the end credits rolled, ready for the filmmaker Q&A afterward, and something incredible happened that cemented it for me. Since the film ended on such a melancholy and downbeat note as Elvis closes his eyes at the finale, to raise the audience’s spirits and give them some hope, I inserted a line in the end credits that read, “Elvis returns in … BUBBA NOSFERATU—Curse of the She-Vampires.” As a kid I always got a thrill watching the James Bond movie end credits where they would announce the next 007 that way, so I figured why not try that with Elvis. As this announcement rolled on-screen, suddenly a guttural roar erupted from the crowd and they burst into riotous applause. Three hundred people wanted a sequel, like, immediately.
Don Coscarelli (True Indie: Life and Death in Filmmaking)
Trust me, after a drive like that, even James Bond 007 would have his favourite martini stirred, not shaken". Day 19 after driving through the Kaokoveld.
Michael Parfitt (To The Wild)
So for the past three decades, sea level has been going up by about 3 mm (0.12 inches) each year—higher than the overall average rate (1.8 mm or 0.07 inches per year) since 1880.
Steven E. Koonin (Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn’t, and Why It Matters)
007 came to mind. The only things I was missing was a gun and an evening dress, oh and the stilettos, because all good movie heroines have to save the world in ridiculously inappropriate footwear.
Dionne Lister (Witch Swindled in Westerham (Paranormal Investigation Bureau, #2))
Finalmente, la Constitución del año VIII se publicó para someterse a plebiscito el 24 de diciembre de 1799. El resultado fue abrumador: de un cuerpo electoral de 3.011.007 electores, sólo votaron
Juan Granados (Breve historia de Napoleón)
4 560 110 землян сегодня влюбились. 4 560 007 - разлюбили.
Douglas Coupland (Shampoo Planet)
010-"Viver com medo de perder o emprego, donde se depende a sobrevivência da própria família, faz o trabalhador refém de seu empregador, em um estado de insegurança constante.(Jocax)" 009-"Se deus existisse e fosse perfeito, não precisaria que o amassem. (jocax)" 008-"Não se deve ser egoísta fechando os olhos para as injustiças sociais, deve-se, ao menos, mostrar alguma indignação abrindo os olhos de outros que se fecham em seus 'umbigos'." (jocax) 007-"jocax não precisa ler os filósofos. Os filósofos que precisam ler Jocax.(jocax)" 006-"O Papel da religião num sistema político-explorador é manter o povo passivo e alienado frente às injustiças que lhes são impostas pelas classes dominantes (jocax/2012)" 005-"Deve haver algo de podre na psique humana quando o prazer surge pela derrota do competidor.(jocax/2014)" 004-"O Capitalismo, visando o lucro, induz a busca pela riqueza, à ostentação, e ao luxo em detrimento de valores mais humanos e solidários.(jocax)" 003-"Darwin descobriu a origem das espécies. Jocax, a do Universo.(jocax)" 002-"Não entendo como a maioria das pessoas acreditam numa aberração tão descomunal à lógica e ao bom senso. (jocax)" 001-"O Mundo não mudará pela força das armas, mas pelo poder das ideias. (jocax?)
George Spencer-Brown, who wrote that in a random series of 101,000,007 zeroes and ones, you should expect at least 10 nonoverlapping subsequences of 1 million consecutive zeros.11
Leonard Mlodinow (The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives)
Of all of them, I’d choose the Walther PPK 7.65 mm. It only came fourth after the Japanese M-14, the Russian Tokarev and the Sauer M-38. But I like its light trigger pull and the extension spur of the magazine gives a grip that should suit 007. It’s a real stopping gun. Of course it’s about a .32 calibre as compared with the Beretta’s .25, but I wouldn’t recommend anything lighter. And you can get ammunition for the Walther anywhere in the world.
Ian Fleming (Dr. No (James Bond #6))
More to the point for US intelligence, while it took the Dutch Safety Board more than a year to reach its conclusions, we had the Russians dead to rights in just a few hours, fusing data from our so-called “national technical means satellites,” intercepts, and open-source reporting—particularly social media. For me, our ability to pinpoint attribution for this tragedy to an overly aggressive and trigger-happy Russian military was particularly gratifying, because I’d lived through the downing of Korean Air Lines Flight 007 in 1983. This time we had systems in place that were designed to collect the relevant information, systems that would allow us to show precisely what happened. Not only did those systems work as advertised, but we also had the means in place to integrate data
James R. Clapper (Facts and Fears: Hard Truths from a Life in Intelligence)
Fuck me! I love the sound of this. All that’s missing is 007 and Miss Funnyfanny.’ He got to his feet and picked up the schedule for the morning editorial conference from his desk. ‘Prove all this, Gilmour. That should be easy for a woman like you.
Anna Smith (A Cold Killing (Rosie Gilmour #5))
Only 0.07% of the U.S. federal prison population are atheists. The overwhelming majority of the remaining 99.3% are Christian.
Michael Gonzalez (Amazing Facts You Don't Know: 1,100 Unbelievable Trivia Facts)
Conspiracy The Untold Story of the Black Mafia Family Written By Dexter ‘Sosa’ Hussey Kal ‘007’ Williams
Dexter 'Sosa' Hussey (Blueprint to Conspiracy: The Untold Story of the Black Mafia Family)
However, the power density at the centre of the Sun is estimated by theoretical assumptions only to be about 275 W/m3. As we have seen in Chapter 1, the average power of an adult male is 115.7 W. If we assume his average volume to be 70 L, i.e. 0.07 m3, the average power density of the human body is 1650 W, hence much higher than the fusion power in the centre of the Sun!
Arno Smets (Solar Energy: The physics and engineering of photovoltaic conversion, technologies and systems)
Kama miaka 1000 ya duniani ni sawa na siku moja ya Mungu; hivyo basi, miaka 930 aliyoishi Adamu ni sawa na siku 0.93 au saa 22:32 za Mungu. Kwa hiyo, ili siku ya Mungu itimie Adamu alipaswa kuishi miaka 70 (siku 0.07 au saa 1:68) zaidi! Ukiidadavua saa 1:68 unapata saa 2:08. Kulingana na muda wa mbinguni tunapaswa kuishi kwa muda wa saa 2:08! Muda huo ni mfupi sana.
Enock Maregesi
Kulingana na muda wa Mungu, maisha ya Adamu yalikuwa siku 0.93 au saa 22:32! Maisha ya mwanadamu ni siku 0.07 au saa 1:68!
Enock Maregesi
Across the thirty-five studies, the correlation between extraversion and sales performance was a minuscule 0.07.)
Daniel H. Pink (To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others)
The last shot was of the episode’s nubile Bond Girl, Bond Boy, and Bond Gender Questioning Two-Spirit joining 007 in looking down from their shared hotel room balcony in San Francisco as women on the street below freed themselves from their tyrannical handmaid robes and put on hijabs to celebrate their liberation.
Kurt Schlichter (Collapse (Kelly Turnbull, #4))