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1. "Directors have a tendency to use their hands like orchestra conductors. They don't realize that the actor is looking at their faces, anyway."
Author: Alan J. Pakula
2. "Composers are not all good conductors."
Author: Anton Seidl
3. "The composers could no longer direct all performances in person, and so the responsibility of interpreting their works in the spirit in which they had been conceived was placed upon conductors."
Author: Anton Seidl
4. "Digital imaging is as much about chemistry as it is about semiconductors."
Author: Antonio Perez
5. "So I, I knew something in a business sense about semiconductors and I appreciated their possibilities."
Author: Arthur Rock
6. "One day the stars will be as familiar to each man as the landmarks, the curves, and the hills on the road that leads to his door, and one day this will be an airborne life. But by then men will have forgotten how to fly; they will be passengers on machines whose conductors are carefully promoted to a familiarity with labelled buttons, and in whose minds knowledge of the sky and the wind and the way of weather will be extraneous as passing fiction."
Author: Beryl Markham
7. "Books are the best conductors of knowledge, they transfer knowledge efficiently from one human to another with 0% knowledge loss inbetween."
Author: Chandan Sharma
8. "All the action, in semiconductors at the present time is in the new consumer applications, and that's where we have focused our activities since we started doing our own products in the late '90s."
Author: David Milne
9. "The great actors are the luminous ones. They are the great conductors of the stage."
Author: Ethel Barrymore
10. "Conductors must give unmistakable and suggestive signals to the orchestra - not choreography to the audience."
Author: George Szell
11. "I went to school in drag, in art school and my day was completely different because everybody thought I was a chick. You should see me as a chick. So I went as a girl, as like an experiment and it worked really well and everyone was really nice to me but I couldn't talk know train conductors were really cool to me on my commute...HA! I looked hot as a chick!"
Author: Gerard Way
12. "I was the conductor of the Underground Railroad for eight years, and I can say what most conductors can't say; I never ran my train off the track and I never lost a passenger."
Author: Harriet Tubman
13. "Conductors' careers are made for the most part with 'Romantic' music. 'Classic' music eliminates the conductor; we do not remember him in it."
Author: Igor Stravinsky
14. "I think it's doing very well. I'm pleased to see the concentration on semiconductors. I think this will help."
Author: Jack Kilby
15. "Is every day an adventure with its own drive? Or an interlocked link in the chain of our life?Are we, then, the masters of our own milky way?Or just conductors, confined to the music of today?"
Author: Joan Marques
16. "Smiley himself was one of those solitaires who seem to have come into the world fully educated at the age of eighteen. Obscurity was his nature, as well as his profession. The byways of espionage are not populated by the brash and colourful adventurers of fiction. A man who, like Smiley, has lived and worked for years among his country's enemies learns only one prayer: that he may never, never be noticed. Assimilation is his highest aim, he learns to love the crowds who pass him in the street without a glance; he clings to them for his anonimity and his safety. His fear makes him servile - he could embrace the shoppers who jostle him in their impatience, and force him from the pavement. He could adore the officials, the police, the bus conductors, for the terse indifference of their attitudes. (ch. 9)"
Author: John Le Carré
17. "I was different from most young conductors today."
Author: Kurt Masur
18. "Young conductors who are confident enough, they very often have success."
Author: Kurt Masur
19. "A good example of how it must have been is today's world of conducting, which is still utterly dominated by men, and the prejudice the few female conductors have to battle even today is astounding."
Author: Lara St. John
20. "I love superconductors."
Author: Larry Niven
21. "Perhaps, once I am gone, the one thing I might be remembered for is having sung a great deal of Mahler with a great many phenomenal conductors. It is wonderful music, very spiritual."
Author: Maureen Forrester
22. "Conductors are performers."
Author: Michael Tilson Thomas
23. "The girls were always running out of money, out of cash, precisely, to pay taxi drivers, train conductors, men who delivered pizzas after dark. They borrowed cash, normally, upon arrival. They borrowed passions—Wallace Stevens, Joseph Conrad, Mozart, hiking, the Bible—from each other, as girls of another generation borrowed clothes."
Author: Renata Adler
24. "Drummers are conductors - we set the pace for the music - so if you're not relaxed and feeling right, the whole thing goes out the window."
Author: Steven Adler
25. "To be in any form, what is that?(round and round we go, all of us, and ever come back thither,)If nothing lay more develop'd the quahung in it's callous shell were enough.Mine is no callous shell.I have instant conductors all over me whether I pass or stop,they seize every object and lead it harmlessly through me.I merely stir, press, feel with my fingers, and I am happy, to touch my person to someone else's is about as much as I can stand."
Author: Walt Whitman
26. "It has today occurred to me that an amplifier using semiconductors rather than vacuum is in principle possible.[Laboratory notebook, 29 Dec 1939.]"
Author: William Shockley

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