A person with his good writing can make some earning, but if he seems to be enjoying luxury living then probably it's time for all to see the intention of the people behind his promotion. - Anuj Somany
The exaltation of human reason and its capabilities, a commitment to rigorous and rational debate, a promotion of intellectual inquiry and scholarly exchange--all sponsored by the Church--provided the framework for the Scientific Revolution. - Thomas E. Woods Jr.
REPRESENTATIVE, n. In national politics, a member of the Lower House in this world, and without discernible hope of promotion in the next. - Ambrose Bierce
Thou art not for the fashion of these times, where none will sweat but for promotion. - William Shakespeare
Those who are men in God’s eyes would live and die for the promotion of equity, fairness and impartiality - Sunday Adelaja
The only path to real promotion is to humble yourself and make yourself of no reputation and then begin to give yourself to other people and serve them. - Sunday Adelaja
I am not afraid of giving bad reviews. If I don't like a book, I don't like it. Period. I don't do promotion - Bookvergent
There is nothing which can better deserve our patronage than the promotion of science and literature. Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness. - George Washington
A noble leader answers not to the trumpet calls of self promotion, but to the hushed whispers of necessity. - Mollie Marti
Your response to adversity is what positions you for promotion - Cynthia Patterson
Content is King. Promotion is Queen - Bob Mayer
The concept of maximum promotion of human rights to the expense of the majority of people in fact undermines the entire concept of the human community. - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Accustomed to the veneer of noise, to the shibboleths of promotion, public relations, and market research, society is suspicious of those who value silence.
EPAULET, n. An ornamented badge, serving to distinguish a military officer from the enemy -- that is to say, from the officer of lower rank to whom his death would give promotion. - Ambrose Bierce