Words matter. These are the best Revert Quotes from famous people such as Walter Kohn, Eliot Spitzer, Mary Wiseman, Eniola Aluko, Thomas A. Steitz, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Originally I had planned to revert to nuclear physics there, in particular the structure of the deuteron.
Tax rates for the wealthy should revert to Clinton-era levels, both because it is necessary for long-term deficit reduction and because fairness dictates it. Moreover, there is no proof that higher marginal rates dissuade investment, all the rhetoric from the Right notwithstanding.
I think sometimes it’s hard, parent’s expectations, wanting to be seen by the people in your family and feeling that you can’t do that, you can’t get them to see you the way that you want to be seen, and come to an understanding or find a way to talk that doesn’t revert to bad habits.
This is something that baffles me about managers: if you know the formation that you will revert to if you are in trouble, why not start with it?
Bacteria evolve, and so they become resistant to existing drugs. Sometimes they revert, depending on how damaging the mutation is to the life cycle of the bacteria. Mutations that give rise to resistance against particular compounds do increase, and that is why you constantly have to have new ones.
Traders can cause short-term volatility. In the long run, the market must revert to a sensible price/earnings multiple.
I love people, and I love to be with people and to make music with people, but my natural state is to revert back to being by myself in my house, which is cool because that’s where I practice and write and listen and study.
I was a vegetarian through many of my teen years and easily revert back to that occasionally, but my immune system is usually happier with a bit of real meat.
There are some that feel like human activity is the cause for carbon emissions, and because of that, we need to revert to where we were in the 1870s for carbon emissions. I just choose to disagree with that.
Unless the immigration issue is tackled in a constructive way, Mexico and the United States will probably revert to a historic cycle of confrontation and recrimination.
Often, investors will discover a manager after he’s had a terrific run, usually when he lands on a magazine cover somewhere. Invariably, funds swell up with new investor money just before they revert to their long-term averages.
It is already clear, after twenty years of socialism in Russia, that if you do not provide your society with a new religion, it will gradually revert to the old one.
President Donald Trump’s decision to ban American aid to all organisations that in any way advocate women’s right to abortions is very unfortunate. All experience shows that this kind of decision does not reduce the number of abortions; rather, it forces girls and women to revert to life-threatening procedures.
I’ve always said if a woman is looking for a good husband, she should go for a Jewish man past 60. Jewish men are essentially brought up to love women. Then you rebel against that and become a bit of a bastard. Then at 60, you revert.
On telly, if it’s not the right kind of show, I revert back to my ‘Girlie Show’ persona, become this daft, bawdy caricature of myself and I’m not actually like that, I’m actually quite – not clever, but smart with my words.
If our grazing land was allowed to revert to natural ecosystems, and the land currently used to grow feed for livestock was used for grains, beans, fruit, nuts and vegetables for humans, this switch would allow the UK to absorb an astonishing quantity of carbon.
Indeed, eventually, random outcomes all revert to the mean, meaning that streaks eventually end. Understanding this is a key part of intelligent and rational investing.
Women have been brought up to be passive, accepting, not come forward and play a major role in life. And with age, there’s a tendency to revert to that – to pull back, recede. I don’t think it’s advisable or admirable.
I think if I ever stopped pushing myself, I would revert quickly to quite repetitive, restrictive behaviour. But in pushing myself and concentrating on what I can do, I think I can contribute to society. And that gives me the desire to keep pushing, to see what I’m capable of. The thing to do is not to stop.
Now, I do think when we move into 2012 and ’13 when, presumably, the economy is on firmer ground, I would allow the tax rates for upper-income individuals to revert back to where they were before the cuts in the 1990s. I think at that point it makes perfect sense.
Let me give you an idea of Fifties Britain. The war had ended ten years before, and most people had returned to their gardens and allotments hoping life would revert to how it was before the hostilities.
I would finally renounce my delusional hypotheses and revert to thinking of myself as a human of more conventional circumstances and return to mathematical research.
You step over the threshold of your parents’ home, and you’re instantly transported back to your childhood. It’s like time travel. You revert at once to a place of arrested development.
Panic is rare, looting is essentially insignificant, people are not terrified and trampling each other to flee from a disaster scene, but in fact are trying to manage a situation. We may in fact revert to some sort of primordial civility.
We can go into the Chinese market, develop the engine, new models of cars. Proton can compete. What is the point of giving the company to foreigners? It will revert to the same situation where foreigners just assemble their cars here. We learn nothing.