The essence of greatness is neglect of the self.
The idea that the brand essence can come from anywhere brought a lot of energy to us. It made advertising a practice, not the be-all and end-all, and it gave credibility to our strategic planning people as more than tacticians.
In essence, the motivation of the attacks on advertising is hostility toward capitalism and egoism.
Rocky Mountain cold refreshment is the essence of the Coors Light brand. These innovations ensure our consumers can 'Taste the Cold' and be refreshed this summer whether they're at a nightclub dancing or at a barbecue with friends.
In essence it was a gang rape. There were four people being accused and all four of those individuals were accused of having a sexual relationship with a woman against her will.
People sometimes forget that they love each other. I think that's the essence of the first story.
The essence of the report is that we've gotten better, we've moved forward. We've tried to alert parents and young people that students are not here as athletes, they're here to learn and do research.
Speed is of the essence in responding to a crisis situation, and our focus is squarely on mobilizing resources to help in the relief and rebuilding efforts, while also helping customers and employees recover.
The exhibition really captures the essence of the Titanic story. It celebrates the conception and building of the largest moving object made by human hands at the time. It also celebrates the life at sea for the passengers -- the luxury of first class and the more cramped conditions of third class. Then, it sort of changes moods to that dramatic encounter with the iceberg.
At stake in this case is nothing less than the essence of a free society.
I don't want to overreach myself, but I would say that this expresses the essence of what I consider to be my standard at this time.
At its very essence, this is about waiters and waitresses, who work for tips, being told they have to clock out in the middle of a shift. They lose money.
In a good literary memoir, you're basically rendering the essence of the experience. Whether someone is called Jane or Susan, who cares?
The essence of wise living is anticipating the unanticipated and expecting the unexpected.
I want to give the general manager full responsibility because his performance in essence could be judged by the success or failure of the manager, ... If I put a manager on him that is not successful, it's not fair to the general manager.
In essence you incurred the balance while you were much more credit worthy in the eyes of the credit card company.
We transport people to a place that is more magical than they could ever imagine. We capture the essence of Disney through these heartwarming stories that encompass virtually every generation alive today, giving this show truly universal appeal.
In essence, the D.C. District Court of Appeals said the rights of terminally ill cancer patients must be protected and not dismissed lightly -- and we completely agree.
In essence we have become addicted to the certainty, sureness or sense of security that our faith provides.
Love withers with predictability; its very essence is surprise and amazement. To make love a prisoner of the mundane is to take its passion and lose it forever.
Exploration is the essence of the human spirit. As evidenced by Jamestown's stature as the first permanent English settlement in America and NASA's missions beyond this world, the drive to explore the unknown has been one of the constants in the history of the nation.
Our names are labels, plainly printed on the bottled essence of our past behavior.
Society has arisen out of the works of peace; the essence of society is peacemaking. Peace and not war is the father of all things.
The essence of pleasure is spontaneity.
The essence of a role-playing game is that it is a group, cooperative experience.