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The problem with any unwritten law is that you don't know where to go to erase it.

Glaser and Way

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One unwritten rule is for guys doing power (weight) lifting who are grunting, yelling and screaming. Try not to make obnoxious sounds. Everybody knows you're here.

Brian Fritz

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No written law has ever been more binding than unwritten custom supported by popular opinion.

Carrie Chapman Catt

I have a perfectly clear idea of what was in Freddie's mind. But it was unwritten law among us in those days that the real core of a song lyric was a private matter for the composer.

Brian May

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It's almost an unwritten rule. I'm not going to play a rock beat and he's not going to play a power chord. It's just not going to happen in this band. We could completely change our minds tomorrow and have a video and try and go on the Warped Tour. But I don't think we will.

Josh Blair

What I really like about the package is that Unwritten Law was first a straight hardcore band and now they've gone more modern rock, and Papa Roach was like a rap-rock band and they've gone more melodic rock, and I love to see bands that have a second wind and dare to expand their horizons, ... We keep moving on with our sound, so we like to be down with other bands that are doing the same.

Nick Hexum

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If you feel like breaking, think of all the other dreams unfulfilled, the children unseen, the books unwritten, the work never to be done, the last nights together, the countless acres of anguish and the darkened haunted cities: consider the pity war distils and ourselves as creatures of luck, compared with the others who can gain no last moments more.

Malcolm Lowry

He was a teammate. It would be like the catcher on the baseball team talking about what a jerk the pitcher was. It's just an unwritten rule that you don't do that.

John Tesh

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It's an unwritten rule that the middle passenger should get two armrests.

Mimi Rodriguez

You do not know our culture, our ethics, or the unwritten codes that already provide our society more order than could be obtained by any of your impositions.

John Perry Barlow

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When they lost their jobs, they lost everything, ... income, benefits, friends, reputation, and sometimes even family. Their years of work didn't deliver what they thought the organization had promised. They'd had an unwritten social compact with their employer that if they did their job well, they could keep it until retirement.

Joanne Ciulla