Whether Justice Kagan's analogy served to enlighten readers or, just as likely, confuse them, it's no doubt the case that justices who strive for accessibility and quotability
, as Justice Kagan and Chief Justice Roberts clearly do, find that books can be useful tools.
But don't mistake Evensky's quotability
with glibness, or his lofty perch as the recipient of many leadership awards for complacency.
Prem needs Ollie CRYSTAL Palace manager Ian Holloway has lost none of his outspoken opinion and quotability
Maybe the Liverpool boss believes he has the quotability
of a latter-day Bill Shankly.
Dominik also seems to share Tarantino's love of dialogue, conversations taking precedence over action, though it doesn't quite match the latter's deft rhetoric and instant quotability
Time has not eradicated the poignancy and quotability
of these words.
Against the ready quotability
and easy memorizability of excerpted and abbreviated literary lines, it is worth pointing out that the last passage cited above comes from The book of illusions.
On a perhaps more frivolous note, another quality of Britton's work that makes his undeserved obscurity so surprising is its eminent quotability
Cumani is not a trainer forever seeking publicity, but when he is centre stage the strength of his opinions and his wry quotability
mean that he makes his mark.
Defining moments, presidential debates, and the dynamics of quotability
Clearly, what Buechner has to say and has said--about faith, about scripture, about the modern age, about himself--is so winsomely said and generously given, that it tends to inspire fewer to submit him to any greater cultural-critical criteria for scrutiny than sheer quotability
and spiritual discernment--no mean feats in and of themselves, of course.
William Goldman's 1973 novel and its 1987 film adaptation have a nearly fanatic following; the comical romance of The Dread Pirate Roberts and the princess Buttercup winning converts through its quick-paced action and infectious quotability