Large Part

Some articles on large part, part:

Cave Junction, Oregon - Economy
... In the years after World War II, timber became an increasingly large part of the county's finances ... were in charge of 70% of the land in Josephine county, and a large part of the Illinois Valley ... the county, and payments in lieu of taxes from the federal government became a large part of its tax base ...
Cult Of Artemis At Brauron - Effects On Greek Cultural Attitudes
... Another, the dance of Arkteia, dealt in part with the wilderness aspect of Artemis ... A major part of the Arkteia was the presence of animal symbolism ... This is due in large part to Artemis’s reputation as a protector of wildlife ...
Walter J. Kohler, Jr. - Political Life
... Eisenhower reluctantly agreed, and the strategy, in large part, paid off ... He turned them all down in large part because of the resistance of his wife to further political activity ... The McCarthyite wing of the GOP in large part turned against Walter (as it had against Eisenhower), and this lack of support, accompanied by Proxmire's populist rhetoric and financial support from ...

Famous quotes containing the words part and/or large:

    “If Washington were President now, he would have to learn our ways or lose his next election. Only fools and theorists imagine that our society can be handled with gloves or long poles. One must make one’s self a part of it. If virtue won’t answer our purpose, we must use vice, or our opponents will put us out of office, and this was as true in Washington’s day as it is now, and always will be.”
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    He began therefore to invest the fortress of my heart by a circumvallation of distant bows and respectful looks; he then entrenched his forces in the deep caution of never uttering an unguarded word or syllable. His designs being yet covered, he played off from several quarters a large battery of compliments. But here he found a repulse from the enemy by an absolute rejection of such fulsome praise, and this forced him back again close into his former trenches.
    Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)