The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
Breaking the [Enigma] code gave the Allies the advantage of knowing what the enemy was proposing and planning. There's no more important 'spook' item for a museum or private collector to own.
A popular fantasy is to suppose that flying machines could be used to drop dynamite on the enemy in time of war.
Living in the same bunk can be one of the most difficult adjustments because you are sleeping with the enemy.
Perfectionism is the enemy of creation, as extreme self-solitude is the enemy of well-being.
Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.
As contact with the enemy draws nearer, anticipation sharpens into fear. Its physical effects are striking. The heart beats rapidly, the face shines with sweat and the mouth grows dry - so dry that men often emerge from battle with blackened mouths and chapped lips.
We're the targets ... we're uniting the enemy against us.
We have lots of things to help people avoid, to distract them from their pain. That's the enemy - the worst thing in the world is to have people get into behaviors that are destructive to themselves or others. ... because they feel they can't handle sadness or anger. If people were more adept at experiencing their emotions, they might do less acting out because of them.
We can expect more fighting in the weeks ahead as the enemy attempts to return Afghanistan to the dark days of the past in an effort to impose the will of a very few over the democratically stated choice of many.
Humility is the best form of warfare; it is the only thing the enemy cannot do.
The enemy is not serious about calm.
We could have been millionaires; or milkmen; most probable of all, milers, generations of people who looked the enemy in the eye and ran like hell. [on her genealogy].
We acknowledge this incident as a constant reminder that the enemy is still out there, ... The fight against terrorism is a long, tedious and emotional battle.
Do not allow a chance to the enemy. Continue to fight until final victory.
When the enemy advances, withdraw; when he stops, harass; when he tires, strike; when he retreats, pursue.
That was a beautiful time. We cavalry men who had already been in touch with the enemy and had seen something of war, were envied by the men of the other armies. For me it was the most beautiful time during the whole of the war. I would much like to pass again through the beginning of the war.
We must always seek to ally ourselves with that part of the enemy that knows what is right.
The enemy advances, we retreat; the enemy camps, we harass; the enemy tires, we attack; the enemy retreats, we pursue.
We have said for the last couple of weeks that we have seen the enemy starting to attack soft targets, Iraqi targets, rather than military targets, ... He is attempting to intimidate the people of Iraq. He will not succeed.
It pays to know the enemy / not least because at some time you may have the opportunity to turn him into a friend.
The casualty figures that we have received from the enemy are somewhere about 10 times that amount, ... About civilian casualties, there is no authoritative figure out there.
Going against soft targets is probably an easier way to achieve what the enemy is trying to achieve. He's attempting to intimidate the people of Iraq, and he's attempting to try to break the will of the coalition, ... He will be unsuccessful in both.
Become a champion in life, By conquering the enemy within.
It's impossible to know who is the enemy, who supports the enemy or where the enemy is.