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Above all, it captures an iconoclast who was, nevertheless, really good at working within the showbiz system.
Bridgewater insiders are concerned that the firm lost its way as Dalio cultivated his iconoclast image, hit the Davos circuit and published his 2017 best-seller, “Principles,” his rules for life and business.
"This is the blankest, rummiest blank go ever I was in," muttered the would-be iconoclast.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
The inspired gentleman put the problem as a knotty one, and begged the assistance of the clever Iconoclast.
But Gano shrank from the sound and fury of the iconoclast as much as from his more coherently expressed doctrines.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
The iconoclast of to-day is full of scorn for patriotism, which he holds the most retrograde of emotions.
He was an iconoclast, seldom went to church, and was entirely lacking in reverence.
CY WHITTAKER'S PLACEJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
John Fiske once called Thomas Huxley an "appreciative iconoclast."
Yet this vagabond and iconoclast sprang from the most conservative stock of Norway.
KNUT HAMSUNHANNA ASTRUP LARSEN
But by this iconoclast he had been only irritated and in no way convinced.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN

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