Foreign Society Quotes

In a foreign country and with foreign species of life one should take measures to find out whether things will be keeping their value when dead. To settlers I give this advice: "For the sake of your eyes and hearts, shoot not the Iguana."

Karen von Blixen-Finecke

A Government protected by foreigners will never be accepted by a free people.

Napoleon Bonaparte

I've heard over and over that people don't vote on the basis of foreign policy.

John Robert Bolton

Taiwan in 1952 and sub-Saharan Africa today are different in many important respects, both in areas that this article has been able to address, such as colonial history, experience of foreign aid, infrastructure, and agricultural foundations, and in others, including - cultural heritage and international economic conditions. Japanese colonial investments produced a strong agricultural sector, extensive transport infrastructure, and a base of literacy.

Deborah Brutigam

Even though two states in Germany exist, they are not foreign countries to each othertheir relations with each other can only be of a special kind.

Willy Brandt

If I should die think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field That is for ever England.

Rupert Brooke

If that's foreign strength or that's English strength, it doesn't matter to me.

Phil Brown

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