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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

The future is unwritten.

Joe Strummer

The pace of development is outstripping our ability to manage the environmental issue. Our unwritten energy policy is dig it up and sell it as fast as possible.

Marlo Raynolds

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

Carrie Chapman Catt

Custom, that unwritten law, By which the people keep even kings in awe.

Charles Davenport

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

The key is knowing how far you can go. Bad language is as short a way to go as you can go. If you can chew them without cussing them that's a different situation. That is their rule, unwritten rule. Bad language will cost you a T.

Sonny Smith

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

A state that suppresses all freedom of speech, and which by imposing the most terrible punishments, treats each and every attempt at criticism, however morally justified, and every suggestion for improvement as plotting to high treason, is a state that breaks an unwritten law.

Kurt Huber

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

Mimi Rodriguez

The future? Like unwritten books and unborn children, you don't talk about it.

Dietrich Fischer dieskau

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