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    The image of the reporter as a nicotine-stained Quixote, slugging back Scotch while skewering city hall with an expose ripped out of a typewriter on the crack of deadline, persists despite munificent evidence to the contrary.
    — Paul Gray
    In the end, the Tribune lost touch with the world it was supposed to reach; it mattered passionately, but almost exclusively, to those who worked for it.
    — Paul Gray
    tags: world  lost 
     
    The nuclear industry is currently undergoing a rebirth. The uranium market will remain tight for at least the next three years.
    — Paul Gray
    tags: nuclear  year 
     
    Muffled lives explode in understatements.
    — Paul Gray
    tags: live 
     
    One must love a poet on its own terms.
    — Paul Gray
    tags: poet 
     
    Cats are kindly masters, just so long as you remember your place.
    — Paul Gray
    tags: master  cat 
     
    Cats were put into the world to disprove the dogma that all things were created to serve man.
    — Paul Gray
    tags: men  world  cat 
     
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