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Protective Quotes

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Political corruption works by having an equally corrupt legal system to protect it.

Quoted by Steven Magee

The walking stick, like a burqa, conferred protective status...

Quoted by Robert Galbraith

That sounded sweet enough to almost be intelligent, but it was chauvinistic as hell.

Quoted by Missy Lyons

When we don't see the value of a thing, we don't put the protective edge.

Quoted by Sunday Adelaja

He was being about as protective as a can-opener.

Quoted by Dorothy L. Sayers

A covenant made with God should be regarded not as restrictive but as protective.

Quoted by Russell M. Nelson

When you feel protective toward your parents, you have become an adult.

Quoted by Mason Cooley

You do not adequately protect yourself by being half awake when other are sleeping.

Quoted by Warren Buffett

Protection is not a principle but an expedient.

Quoted by Benjamin Disraeli

Although being possessive and protective can be cute, but don't go overboard with.

Quoted by Anonymous

People are far more protective [of women] instinctively.

Quoted by Zoe Bell

Safeguarding the rights of others is the most noble and beautiful end of a human being.

Quoted by Khalil Gibran

Only a true best friend can protect you from your immortal enemies.

Quoted by Richelle Mead

You must be willing to protect yourself and what you cherish, no matter what the cost.

Quoted by Christopher Paolini

A blessing is a circle of light drawn around a person to protect, heal and strengthen.

Quoted by John O'Donohue

When we love someone, we make it our business to protect them.

Quoted by Donna Goddard

You cannot protect yourself from sadness without protecting yourself from happiness.

Quoted by Jonathan Safran Foer

The best lightning rod for your protection is your own spine.

Quoted by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Be good to others, that will protect you against evil.

Quoted by Abu Bakr

Protection of private property is a fundamental right protected in a strong democracy.

Quoted by Jim Ryun