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10 Famous Quotes by Bill Anderson
11/1/1937 - (Present)
Also Known As:  
James William Anderson III     Anderson, Bill
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I'd like to stop at 3 feet and let it set a little, see how it looks along the seams.

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If the wolf had ever come to our back door, he'd have had to bring a picnic lunch.

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My main concern now is that most people who fish with 'crabs' will not take the time to tell a rusty from natives. Several states have gone as far as to make it illegal to use any crayfish as fishing bait.

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In one compliance report you know exactly where you stand. You can see how many users and licenses you have.

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More and more, churches have become gathering places that offer a panoply of services, and one of them is retail.

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It was established originally as a living monument to the World War One veterans.

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My first co-writer was Andrew Jackson.

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It's like going to the Olympics for circus. ... This is such a special opportunity ... with international competition and prizes for acts.

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She is one of the real visionaries in the intelligence community. She leapt over a couple people in the organization to get where she is now.

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With the things that create blight, there's a common thread that runs through all of them. If we were to pull that string tight at one time through all of them, we'd make a lot of headway.

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