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Never Say

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  1. Nominally a re-adaptation of the Ian Fleming novel, 'Thunderball', to which one of the film's producers, Kevin McClory, owned the screen rights, the script for 'Never Say Never Again' was first worked out in practice by Sean Connery and the British spy novelist, Len Deighton, with later re-writes being carried out, at Connery's request, by the British comedy/drama scriptwriting .
  2. Never Say Never is the opening theme used for all episodes of Danganronpa: The Animation excluding Episode 01 and Episode It was first available from Japanese rental stores on the Danganronpa: The Animation SPECIAL SAMPLER DISC on August 14th, Later, it was released on August 28th, in the OST for the anime and featured on the Bonus Disc in Arranger: Masafumi Takada.
  3. Never Say Goodbye is a romantic comedy film about a divorcing couple and the daughter who works to bring them back together. It was Errol Flynn's first purely comedic role since Footsteps in the Dark Plot. Divorced New York couple Phil and Ellen Gayley each buy a winter coat for their seven-year-old daughter Phillippa, known as "Flip".
  4. You can never say never While we don't know when But time and time again Younger now than we were before Don't let me go Don't let me go Don't let me go Don't let me go Don't let me go Don't let me go Picture, you're the queen of everything As far as the eye can see Under your command I will be your guardian When all is crumbling I steady your hand.
  5. And never say never Ne-never say never. Ne-never say never. Ne-never say never Never say it, never, never say it. I never thought I could feel this power I never thought that I could feel this free I'm strong enough to climb the highest tower And I'm fast enough to run across the sea. And there's just no turning back When your heart's under attack.
  6. Dickens used it in Pickwick Papers (), “Never say die—down upon your luck,” and numerous writers did after him. In the twentieth century it was more often used ironically, but in the same meaning—that is, keep on trying against all odds. See also: die, never, say.
  7. never say never Do not say that something is impossible, that it will never happen, or that you will never do it, because anything is possible. The term first appeared in Charles Dickens' novel The Pickwick Papers. A: "I'll never be good enough to make the team.".

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