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A monopoly on the means of communication may define a ruling elite more precisely than the celebrated Marxian formula of monopoly in the means of production.
“We were unselfish; that's how you could define our team. We were deep, balanced and very unselfish. We had no stars, but quality kids.”
“Hollywood, as everyone knows, glamorizes physical courage. . . . if I had to define courage myself, I wouldn't say it's about shooting people. I'd say it's the quality that stimulates people, that enables them to move ahead and look beyond themselves.”
“This preliminary injunction threatens every American technology company's right to innovate and define what goes into its products. The ruling puts the government into the middle of complex product design issues in an industry that, for more than 20 years, has experienced incredible growth, innovation and competition - without government intervention.”
“I think it is a real phenomenon, and it's because of the new chief. As the court begins to define itself anew, there is a real effort by all of them to build a new court. And it has brought them together.”
“I believe strongly that it is a faulty gauge- therefore, I won't let that faulty gauge define my children.”
“We are limiting the scope to transactional e-mails, which we define as bank statements or purchase receipts where our users have a pre-existing relationship with that sender.”