The Old Vic is special to me because that’s where I began. I lived in New Bond Street in London in a flat that cost 4.20 a week. I split the rent with friends. We used to go to concerts, theatres, we went to the Proms.
When I’m interviewing people, the way I bond with them is by encouraging them to complain about how hard their day is.
March Madness gave me both a lasting confidence and a lifelong bond with both my teammates and opponents.
Nothing was ever easy in Memphis and I think that’s why the fans were drawn to our team so much. It’s because the way we played and the way we got overlooked and the respect that we didn’t get most of the time was very similar to how the city felt and how the locals felt about life in general. It was an easy bond.
The bond that a father and daughter share can’t be expressed in words.
There are no words to describe the eternal bond that I share with my daughter. Everything in my life is more special because she is a part of my life. Noelle motivates me daily to push myself to my highest standard, and to be the best person that I can be.
I think if you’re about to lose someone and you’re lucky not to, that bond intensifies because the notion of that is never gonna go away.
I think it’s always good when you work out with your teammates. You just develop a stronger friendship, a stronger bond.
From being my coach as a kid, and starting his own AAU team for myself and my brothers to play… my father was a father figure for a lot of people I grew up with. We’ve done amazing things together. It’s the type of father-son bond that nothing will separate us.
The guys that I’m on the house shows with four-to-five days a week, every single week that we drive from town-to-town, that’s where we came up with so many of our ideas. Where we really got to bond.
Danger Mouse’ is James Bond essentially. A rodent James Bond. Oh and slightly Batman too I suppose. And let’s chuck in a little bit Superman while we’re there. He’s an old-fashion swashbuckling hero.
I share a great bond with Kapil bhai. I may not talk to anyone else but I definitely talk to Kapil and his wife daily.
Sable was a character I played for three years, but I am Rena. It would be the same as if Sean Connery went through life being called James Bond.
My favorite movies were ‘Titanic,’ ‘James Bond’ and ‘Pretty Woman’ – people smuggled in pirate copies from China.
Hosting shows is a journey for me. I bond with the contestants.
I am blessed that I can call Mithun Dad my father. We don’t share a father-in-law, daughter-in-law relationship, ours is just like any father-daughter’s bond.
The bond that I shared with my father, the same I have with Mithun Dad. It is not a formal relationship but a beautiful one I would say.
Rupaliji and I share a sweet bond offscreen and have become good friends. On the other hand, the complicated yet beautiful bond between Kavya and Anupamaa is penned so well that it tugs at your heartstrings.
There is a long-lasting strong bond between me and Venkatram garu.
Having a baby makes me grateful that I work for a company that does give you four months’ leave. And my heart breaks for women that don’t get that time with their child. As a mom, you’re just not ready to go back immediately – physically, you can’t. You just need some time not only to bond, but you need some time to heal.
What’s so funny about cats is that they have this kind of aloof, superior vibe to them. Even if you love them, they are unpredictable. Dogs are more social, and the way that they attach and bond to us is much more human.
Developing countries have much to gain from capital mobility: the ability to tap external sources of finance, greater financial efficiency from deeper stock and bond markets, and technology transfer and know-how from foreign direct investment.
One of the most beautiful experiences our family shared was feeling the love and bond that came to life when my mother was battling her ovarian cancer. In a way, it brought our family together and opened up relationships and a closeness that was not felt before her diagnosis.
When I was a boy, the priest, my uncle, carefully inculcated upon me this proverb, which I then learned and have ever since kept in my mind: ‘Dico tibi verum, Libertas optima rerum; Nunquam servili, sub nexu vivito, fili.’ ‘I tell you a truth: Liberty is the best of things, my son; never live under any slavish bond.’
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