Don't call me sir.
I said something which gave you to think I hated cats. But gad, sir, I am one of the most fanatical cat lovers in the business. If you hate them, I may learn to hate you. If your allergies hate them, I will tolerate the situation to the best of my ability.
Sir John is leaving a great legacy.
Here's the advice Sir William Osler gave the students at Yale: "Live neither in the past nor in the future, but let each day absorb all your interest, energy and enthusiasm. The best preparation for tomorrow is to live today superbly well.".
If you don't have my army supplied, and keep it supplied, we'll eat your mules up, sir.
Don't mess with me, sir, because you'll get stung.
Yes sir, you hate to see it go. It was a pretty good old place.
No, sir, I'm here for an eternity. It's what I do now, and no matter what happens out here, I want to do it forever -- either to the point where I can't make any money at it, or something happens that I'm too injured to go on.
Sir, Sunday morning, although recurring at regular and well foreseen intervals, always seems to take this railway by surprise.
Their charms, Sir John, I shall discover, I have no doubt, when dinner's over; At present, if to judge I'm able, The finest works are on the table: I should prefer the cook just now, To Rubens or to Gerrard Dow.
He was always pleasant and polite - 'Yes sir, yes ma'am' - but he had that short fuse, ... As he got older, he eventually came to the realization that even though he wasn't the one responsible for where he was (in trouble and in foster care), he was the one who was going to have to (rise above it).
I have lived long enough in the world, Sir, . . . to know that the safety of a minister lies in his having the approbation of this House. Former ministers, Sir, neglected this, and therefore they fell; I have always made it my first study to obtain it...
And I'm very glad to hear it, sir.
Our teachers were 'Yes ma'am, yes sir.' We didn't have long hair. We weren't into the revolution that came a couple of years later.
Sir, the world is watching Wall Street. Show these evil people what you're made of. Buy, buy, buy.
[Sir Anthony Hopkins has been earmarked to play Nobel prize-winning novelist Ernest Hemingway in a new film, Papa. To be directed by New Zealander Roger Donaldson, the project has yet to secure funding although the script is based on Hemingway's encounter with Denne Bart Petitclerc, America's youngest war correspondent in Korea, who was inspired by how Hemingway reported the Spanish civil war.] Hemingway was a great writer and a great character, ... If anybody can play Hemingway, Tony Hopkins can.
I said, 'where do you want me to stand, sir,' and he gives me a technical. That's a horrible way to end a season.
No sir, I don't think she's a truthful woman at all.
It feels great. Yes sir, it feels very good.
From what I understand Sir Michael's got him in excellent form and we are expecting nothing but a decent run from him.
I'm not a bitter and twisted loser - Sir Alan made the right choice in Tim. I need to be taken on to the next level.
Sir James is an appalling human being, but he's also very funny and lovable. Immediately we learn that he's a complete fraud who got to the top of the system by dishonesty. He's busy saying that the political hierarchy is all wrong and that the system is corrupt. But he will also be the last one to ever apply those measures to himself.
It was a conscious decision by (Sir Robert) Walpole and others to replace religion with making money. Elections replaced battles, and the fights were over party politics.
Sir Edwin Manton was one of the most generous benefactors in Tate's history.
Then Sir Launcelot saw her visage, but he wept not greatly, but sighed!