- Many non-owners are happy to go to their local riding school for their weekly lesson or hack and never aspire to anything greater.
- Other institutions which grew in stature might aspire, one day and if they behaved, to become universities themselves.
- Long ago, Keith (now Lord) Joseph convinced me that those who aspire to succour the poor, help the helpless, support the weakest, must keep the horse before the cart.
- Nor, conversely, does it aspire to art-pop status, because its aim is to be truthful to its mediocre soul.
- Nobody who was not born in a manor house should aspire to one, for if he gets his wish, what a mess that manor house soon will be!
- Though both may now be too old to aspire to run the company (they are 59 and 60, respectively), they clearly remain ambitious.
- Lina Stimpson thinks this is because the residents are mostly Londoners who have "bettered themselves" and are "putting their confidence in what they aspire to be".
- Police earnings in the 1920s were substantial by comparison with most other occupations to which a working man could aspire.
- Souvenir shops don't aspire to much, but Euroline, 55 Boulevard Adolphe Max, sells sturdy Euro-blue brollies and watches studded with the twelve EC stars.
- Any policy which aims at exorcising envy and the concomitant sense of guilt - the reason why so many intellectually eminent individuals are attracted to levelling doctrines, because they aspire to purge the sense of guilt to which eminence itself is prone - by measures of social or economic equalisation is foredoomed to failure, because it rests on the false presumption that envy and envy-guilt exist only because they are "justified", because the materials exist on which they feed.
- If not then make it your goal to aspire to some of the qualities mentioned, to live with courage, dignity and self-respect.
- The point we sought to make, Mr Smith, was that it was ludicrous to assume - as Ford has - that millions of people aspire to nothing better than an average car, and to note that the master marketeers will probably get away with peddling mediocrity yet again.
- To be a good business man is the epitome of development and these learned people secretly aspire to that goal.