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I could have sexual chemistry with vinegar.
– Jessica Alba
When I was 17 or 18, I realised I could do something with boxing.
– Liam Smith
I could have beat Obama.
– John Catsimatidis
I’m not sure we could spell ‘shale’ in 2008.
– Jim Ratcliffe
But there was not a job that could say that Luther Allison didn’t do his job.
– Luther Allison
Literally since I could walk… I was performing.
– Lyndsy Fonseca
I could hang with horses all day.
– Leona Lewis
Unbelievable, yet, what else could it be?
– Jim Courier
I could quite happily run a florist or a bake shop.
– Lena Headey
In another life, I could be a personal shopper.
– Jane Rosenthal
I have the best job I could possibly have.
– Michael Bloomberg
Ross Perot. I could have had a ball with him.
– Rich Little
Al Gore’s performances could be a case study in abnormal-psychology classes.
– Rich Lowry
I could have worse tags than ‘Airmiles Andy’ – although I don’t know what they are.
– Prince Andrew
Chris Elliott could read the phonebook and he’s funny.
– Seth MacFarlane
Bill Clinton was a liberal who could appeal to conservative-leaning Bubba voters.
We could have a budget that brings Americans together.
– Patrick J. Kennedy
I wish I could be Peter Falk.
– Ryan Gosling
Who could be more desperate than filmmakers?
– Steven Shainberg
You commit a felony, it does not matter who you are, you could be deported.
– Slick Rick
There was no way I could not do ‘Finding Dory.’
– Thomas Newman
I enjoyed listening to it, but I didn’t think I could do it.
– Wanda Jackson
I could run like a gazelle, couldn’t I?
– Willie McCovey
I could have become a mime or a juggler, but I became a singer-songwriter instead.
– Vonda Shepard
I’m not chic, I could never be chic.
– Sid Vicious
I don’t think I could have written what I did any earlier.
– Terry Goodkind
I was born in and worked in a period that could be called enviable.
– Tony Curtis
It could become much worse.
– Thomas Mann
It could be interesting doing something with Kanye.
– Zara Larsson
I could program the VCR when I was really young.
– T. J. Perkins