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Letter "R" » Robert McCullough Quotes
«It seems classic Buffett to me.»
«It appears, for some reason, the boat took on water.»
«One of our jobs is to keep an eye on California in case it gets too utterly bizarre. A glitch in California raises (electricity) prices from Alberta to West Texas.»
«We had a boating accident ... that happened approximately 2:30 p.m. (Monday), close to Clearwater Cove. At this time it's not clear what caused the boat to capsize.»
«People are more circumspect because of the criminal convictions, but we've had very few substantive reforms.»
«It's part of what we do at the University of Vermont, we teach the history of the built environment.»
«In a sense, this book tells two stories. One is the history of bridge engineering that explains, in sometimes technical terms, how bridges are designed and built. The other is the story told by the images, far more revealing than any body of writing. Both stories are intertwined in the theme that bridges are very distinctive features on Vermont's landscape.»
«Vermont's 19th century highway system was in need of improvement.»
«There is some risk in focusing too intently on the characteristics of individual bridges and in doing so overlooking the larger context. Vermont's extraordinary villages and countryside create that context, a colorful blending of natural and cultural resources. A great many of Vermont's bridges, even those that can be called ordinary by engineering standards, are distinctive pieces of this varied but fragile landscape. Many contribute to vistas along important river corridors; others frame entrances to village centers or physically and visually join urban neighborhoods; still others define form and space in unusual ways; some simply mark places for travelers to pause on winding roads that disappear among the hills.»
«Metal truss bridges were being replaced left and right. They had, according to many engineers, served their useful life.»

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