Basketball that is in the hoop then spins out
i believe its 2 but i could be wrong on that one dont quote me..
Nobody said that exact quote. There is a similar famous quote however, "Never underestimate the heart of a champion". Which was said by former US basketball player and coach, Rudy Tomjanovich.
Liters (Most European and Asian countries quote capacity of refrigerator in liters)
Type your answer here... He was a high school basketball coach who used this quote as a theme for a season.
Not Asian. To quote Aston: "They would literally come out with stupid stuff. Obviously me being half black and half white, no Asian heritage at all, they'd come out with 'you look like a Paki' ..." Other sources go into more detail --> Aston's mum is Irish and his dad is Jamaican.
Perhaps you are thinking of a sitar? Don't quote me on that but I figured AN answer was better than non.
If you don't try, you won't win. use something from the movie 'coach carter' that's a good place to look since it is a basketball movie about inspiring a basketball team i suggest it to anybody who wants to watch a really powerful movie about taking someone and turning there lives completely around!!!!!!!!!
An exact quote would be...a quote, basically, with nothing edited, as in a quote.
When you quote someone, you put the quote in between the quotation marks. If I were to quote what I just said, I would quote: "When you quote someone, you put the quote in between the quotation marks. If I were to quote what I just said, I would quote:"
If you're using a quote that contains a quote you'll need to surround the embedded quote with single quotation marks.
The quote is by Hillel. The quote is by Hillel.
No Reason why not :)
quote? I don't think they have a quote, sorry...
What quote? You make the quote, and we shall tell you where it is in the Bible,
The Hornets basketball team originated in Charlotte, North Carolina. The team was named after a quote by General Cornwallis to the effect that the people of Charlotte were fierce like hornets.
It's where you have a giant quote bubble. (i.e. quote within a quote within a quote..so on)
what quote from romeo
a quote on stocks
There's no right way to write a quote. Whatever you say is a quote from you. Your question "How do you write a quote?" is a quote from you. Just talk and speak what's on your mind.
To write an assertion you introduce the quote or example, document the quote or example, then add commentary. If it is a quote from a book, then it will look like this. Intro to quote. "Quote" then (page # in parenthesis) then a period. Commentary (why you picked the quote, about the quote, etc). Hope this helped! =)
Use single quotation marks to indicate a quote within a quote.If you're using a quote that contains a quote you'll need to surround the embedded quote with single quotation marks.
According to MLA style, A quote with in a quote will be demonstrated with a single quote mark (') Ex. "I remember the moment he said, 'I hate grammar' it was all downhill after that."
This is how you write a quote in a paper or letter: "......**the quote.**..." The period goes before the end quote. :D