1. "Since becoming chief minister four years ago, Baba Dhobi had sought to consolidate his cult standing by using state funds to build lavish monuments and statues to the leaders of the Dalit movement, himself included."
- Tarquin Hall, The Case of the Love Commandos
2. "minister, the physician."
- Stephan Talty, Operation Cowboy: The Secret American Mission to Save the World's Most Beautiful Horses in the Last Days of World War II
3. "It is one thing for a minister to be an advocate and supporter of missions: it is another and very different thing for him to understand that they are the chief end of the Church, and therefore the chief end for which his congregation exists. It is only when this truth masters him in its spiritual power, that he will be able to give the subject of missions its true place in his ministry."
- Andrew Murray, The Key to the Missionary Problem [Illustrated]
4. "It's tough to say no to peace, to the comfort of it. All through history, people have traded wealth, children, land, and lives to buy it. But peace can't be bought, can it, chief, prime minister? The only ones offering to sell it always want something more. They lie."
- Jim Butcher, Grave Peril
5. "Nicholas Stern, formerly chief economist and senior vice president of the World Bank from 2000 to 2003, and principal author of the Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change (commissioned by U.K. prime minister Gordon Brown), has called climate change the greatest and widest-ranging market failure ever seen.55 No wonder the defenders of free market capitalism are worried."
- Naomi Oreskes, Merchants of Doubt: How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco Smoke to Global Warming
8. "YOU ARE THE CHIEF."
- Catherine Crawford, French Twist: An American Mom's Experiment in Parisian Parenting