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1. "... ja minä joka olisin halunnut kärsiä mitä hyvänsä tämän naisen vuoksi, pelkäsin että hän hyväksyisi minut liian nopeasti ja soisi minulle liian helposti rakkautensa, jonka olisin tahtonut lunastaa pitkällä odotuksella tai suurella uhrilla. (Armand Duval)"
Author: Alexandre Dumas Fils
2. "I looked at Armand, at his large brown eyes in that taut timeless face, watching me again like a painting, and I felt the slow shifting of the physical I'd felt in the painted ballroom, the pull of my old delirium, the wakening of a need so terrible that the very promise of its fulfillment contained the unbearable possibility of disappointment . And yet there was the question, the awful, ancient, hounding question of evil."
Author: Anne Rice
3. "You see,' [Armand] said, 'killing other vampires is very exciting; that is why it is forbidden under penalty of death."
Author: Anne Rice
4. "I wanted none of it finally. And, deserving nothing better, I closed up like a spider in the flame of a match. And even Armand who was my constant companion, and my only companion, existed at a great distance from me, beyond that veil which separated me from all living things, a veil which was a form of shroud."
Author: Anne Rice
5. "You aren't enjoying my misery, are you?" I admitted with a little sigh of defeat. "No, of course not," Armand said, "only, as usual, you don't really seem miserable. You're on the verge of an adventure, and just a little more cautious this time than when you let that mortal run off with your body and you took his." "No, not more cautious. Terrified. I think this creature, Memnoch, is the Devil."
Author: Anne Rice
6. "What lurked beneath my fancy frills, behind my quiet unquestioning eyes? Who was I? Had I no remembrance of a warmer flame than that which gave its wintry glow to my faint smile at those who asked it of me? I remembered no one who had ever lived and breathed within my quietly moving form~ The Vampire Armand"
Author: Anne Rice
7. "I was always Armie. There couldn't be a 90-year-old Armand and a 9-day-old one. And I heard enough jokes about baking soda."
Author: Armie Hammer
8. "Burlington, Vermont, Nouvelle-Angleterre, était considéré par le reste du pays comme un trou perdu.Charmant, mais tellement ennuyeux. Ça me convenait plutôt bien au début, du moins jusqu'à ce que je réalise que ce paisible petit bled abritait en secret l'une des plus vieilles communautés surnaturelles du pays. Vous me direz, rien n'est parfait... peut être, mais si j'avais su, j'y aurais regardé à deux fois avant de de venir m'y installer six mois plus tôt. Les humains de l'office du tourisme auraient dû le mentionner dans leurs prospectus. Ça aurait donné un truc du genre :"Venez visiter Burlington, l'été, vous pourrez pratiquer les sports nautiques ou pêcher sur le lac Champlain et l'hiver, vous pourrez faire du ski ou de la randonnée en raquettes, ah, au fait, n'oubliez pas d'amener avec vous quelques fusils munis de balles d'argent, un ou deux pieux, trois ou quatre lance-flammes, les habitants du coin sont du genre irritable..."
Author: Cassandra O'Donnell
9. "- Charmant garçon,commenta Gordon en soupirant.- Oui. Je compte prochainement déclencher un conflit mondial en lui arrachant le cœur et en le décapitant.- Un peu radical mais sûrement très amusant...- N'est-ce pas ?"
Author: Cassandra O'Donnell
10. "I'd like to play an alien, like from 'Starman' or 'K-PAX,' where it's human. I think I'm destined to play an alien."
Author: Chad Lindberg
11. "2 p.m. beernothing mattersbut flopping on a mattresswith cheap dreams and a beeras the leaves die and the horses dieand the landladies stare in the halls;brisk the music of pulled shades,a last man's cavein an eternity of swarmand explosion;nothing but the dripping sink,the empty bottle,euphoria,youth fenced in,stabbed and shaven,taught wordspropped upto die."
Author: Charles Bukowski
12. "Armani's clothes are beautiful and modern and I love him."
Author: Claire Forlani
13. "Ah, mengapa ia justru ingin melihat Armand terluka? Mengapa cinta bisa membuatnya seperti ini? Menjadi pendendam dan perencah jiwa orang yang dikasihinya?"
Author: Dian Nafi
14. "When serpents bargain for the right to squirmand the sun strikes to gain a living wage -when thorns regard their roses with alarmand rainbows are insured against old agewhen every thrush may sing no new moon inif all screech-owls have not okayed his voice- and any wave signs on the dotted lineor else an ocean is compelled to closewhen the oak begs permission of the birchto make an acorn - valleys accuse theirmountains of having altitude - and marchdenounces april as a saboteurthen we'll believe in that incredibleunanimal mankind (and not until)"
Author: E.E. Cummings
15. "Ali za ljubavnog cina ni jedna žena ne ostaje u tom uzvišenom položaju. Vrlo brzo i šarmantno mlada si gospoda uzimaju neka prava koja vrijede izvan njihova stana. Ženi odjednom zaboravljaju pridržati vrata, a do-godi li joj se neka nespretnost, obasiplju je porugom. Zatim joj pocinju lagati, pocinju je varati i muciti te je napokon prestaju nazivati. Namjerno se ne žele ocitovati o svojim namjerama.-Slijede dva-tri pisma na koja ne žele odgovoriti. Žena ceka i ceka, no ceka uzalud. I ne pita se zašto ceka, jer se odgovora boji više od cekanja. A za to vrijeme muškarac u nekom drugom životu odlucno pocinje obradivati neku drugu ženu."
Author: Elfriede Jelinek
16. "Scriitorul trebuie sa fie un martor incoruptibil al timpului sau, cu curajul de a spune adevarul si de a se ridica impotriva autoritatii oficiale care, orbita de interesele proprii, pierde din vedere sacralitatea fiintei umane. El trebuie sa se pregateasca pentru a-si asuma ceea ce etimologia cuvantului "martor" ii arata: martiriul. Anevoios este drumul care il asteapta: cei puternici il vor califica drept comunist pentru ca pretinde dreptate pentru cei sarmani si infometati; comunistii il vor eticheta drept reactionar pentru ca reclama libertate si respect pentru persoana. In aceasta teribila dualitate va trai sfasiat si indurerat, dar va trebui sa se apere cu unghiile si cu dintii."
Author: Ernesto Sabato
17. "Ce témoignage relate les pérégrinations d'un jeune Afghan à travers beaucoup de pays et plusieurs continents. A une époque où prendre l'avion était en soi une charmante aventure. Et où le commun des mortels en Occident avait quelque peine à localiser l'obsolète royaume afghan sur une mappemonde. Il couvre une période allant de 1930 à 1965 environ, révélant au passage la face cachée des monarchies théocratiques et leur cohorte d'arbitraires et d'injustices."
Author: Fateh Emam
18. "Horse[Man you will find herea new representation of the universeat its most poetic and most modernMan man man man man manGive yourself up to this art where the sublimedoes not exclude charmand brilliancy does not blur the nuanceit is now or never the momentto be sensitive to poetry for it dominatesall dreadfullyGuillaume Apollinaire]"
Author: Guillaume Apollinaire
19. "Pauvre petite femme! Ça baîlle après l'amour, comme une carpe après l'eau sur une table de cuisine. Avec trois mots de galanterie, cela vous adorerait, j'en suis sûr! ce serait tendre! charmannt!... Oui, mais comment s'en débarresser ensuite? - Rodolphe Boulanger"
Author: Gustave Flaubert
20. "Bond insisted ordering Leiter's Haig-and-Haig "on the rocks" and then he looked carefully at the barman. "A Dry Martini", he said. "One. In a deep champagne goblet." "Oui, monsieur." Just a moment. Three measures of Gordons, one of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet. Shake it very well until it's ice-cold, then add a large thin slice of lemonpeel. Got it?" "Certainly, monsieur." The barman seemed pleased with the idea."
Author: Ian Fleming
21. "(...) o parvalhão reparou nela e aproximou-se para a cumprimentar. Haviam de ouvir a maneira como se cumprimentaram. Haviam de pensar que não se viam há vinte anos. Haviam de pensar que tomavam banho na mesma banheira ou coisa assim quando eram pequenos. Amigos do coração. Era de vómitos. O mais engraçado era que provavelmente se tinham encontrado uma única vez, numa festa pirosa qualquer. Finalmente, quando deram por terminadas as lambuzadelas, a amiga Sally apresentou-nos. Chamava-se George qualquer coisa - já nem sequer me lembro - e andava em Andover. Só mesmo visto. Haviam de o ver quando a amiga Sally lhe perguntou o que achava da peça. Era o tipo de armante que tem de se dar espaço para responder a qualquer pergunta que lhe façam."
Author: J.D. Salinger
22. "The exceptions were two men a little ahead of them, standing just outside the Three Broomsticks. One was very tall and thin; squinting through his rain-washed glasses Harry recognized the barman who worked in the other Hogsmeade pub, the Hog's Head. As Harry, Ron, and Hermione drew closer, the barman drew his cloak more tightly around his neck and walked away, leaving the shorter man to fumble with something in his arms. They were barely feet from him when Harry realized who the man was."Mundungus!"
Author: J.K. Rowling
23. "(Arman speaking) "…I've always followed my heart, Ilauria, knowing it would one day lead me back to you."
Author: Jasmine Angell
24. "In time, all will be well - for all of us.""You sound as if you truly believe that it will.""Why shouldn't I? For Arman has given us the end of the story, has he not? Shamayim will be a wonderful home, even if this one remains dark."
Author: Jill Williamson
25. "That is who I want you to remember, lad. The man so filled with Arman's love that he could forgive his son for taking his life and the life of his bride. That is the man I knew. The king I served. Just you remember it.''But a man with many mistresses. A man who wouldn't have had that problem if he'd--''Aye, he was no porcelain saint. He was mixed, torn, pulled by light and darkness, as is every follower of Arman. That is what it is to know Arman and yet still live in this world. Pity those who do not know Arman, because in them there is nothing at all pulling them toward light."
Author: Jill Williamson
26. "Armando Iannucci is one of my heroes. As I was growing up, he was probably the most influential comic voice that I had."
Author: John Oliver
27. "As the barman's hand rose from beneath the bar, Cabal was filled with a presentiment and a strange foreboding that he hadn't felt since the last time he'd watched the nightmare corpse city of R'lyeh rise, effulgent with the ineffable and fetid with fish, rise from the depths of the Pacific."
Author: Jonathan L. Howard
28. "Pociagla twarz o rysach lewantynskich,dziobata cere ukrywaja baczki;kiedy wyjmuje papierosa z paczki,bezbarwny pierscien nad palcu rozblyskiemdwustuwatowym nagle wzrok poraza.Moja soczewka jest bardzo wrazliwa,mruze wiec oczy - i on sie odzywa,krztuszac sie dymem przy slowie "przepraszam".Styczen na Krymie. Czarnomorski brzegzima odwiedza jakby dla zabawy:nawet nie moze utrzymac sie sniegna ostrych klingach wysokiej agawy.Swieca pustkami restauracje. Dymipaskudnie brudny ichtiozaur na redziei zalatuje laurami zgnilymi."Nalac wam tego paskudztwa?" "Nalejcie."A wiec zmierzch, usmiech i karafka. W mrokugdzies w dali barman, zaciskajac dlonie,jak mlody delfin wznieca kregi wokólfeluki chamsa po brzeg wypelnionej.Czworokat okna. Zóltofiolet pylaodblaski garnków. Na tle ciemnej palmyleca sniezynki. Zatrzymaj sie chwilonie tyle piekna, co niepowtarzalna."
Author: Joseph Brodsky
29. "Secuencias. No sé decirlo mejor, es como una noción de que bruscamente se arman secuencias terribles o idiotas en la vida de un hombre, sin que se sepa qué ley fuera de las leyes clasificadas decide..."
Author: Julio Cortázar
30. "Come on," he said, and then dragged me toward the house.I stopped when we got to the porch. "What is that smell?"Ryan sniffed his shirt and with a smile said, "Armani. You like it?""Not you," I said. "It smells like someone is frying up dog vomit in your house." This took Ryan by surprise. I guess it was pretty random. "You'rereally sick sometimes, Baker," Ryan said. "You know that?"
Author: Kelly Oram
31. "Armand Gamache wondered whether CC de Poitiers was at that very moment trying to explain herself to a perplexed God and two very angry seals."
Author: Louise Penny
32. "Já na mezidruhové randení moc nejsem, to tedy lituju. Když se po mne nekdo sápe, nikdy nevím, jestli me chce, nebo má jenom hlad."Chytil se za hrud a zatváril se ublížene. "To bolelo. Když už tedy nechcete prijmout moje pozvání, zasloužím si aspon znát vaše jméno. Koneckoncu, práve jste mi zlomila srdce."Dlouho jsem odhodlane mlcela, ale pod nátlakem jeho pohledu nakonec podvolila. "Alex.""To je zkrácenina pro Alexandra?""Alexandrina," opravila jsem ho.Usmá se, jako by mi ušel nejaký vtip. Než jsem se ho stihla zeptat na duvod, sdelil mi ho sám. "To je puvodne recké jméno, znamená to ochránce lidí."Kdo by to jen rekl, dokonce i moje jméno me predurcovalo k tomu, být soucástí téhle uhozené, nikdy nekoncící války. "Já jsem Devon," predstavil se, šarmantne se pri tom uklonil a natáhl ke mne ruku."To je recky neco jako, šílene rád otravuju lidi a nevím, kdy prestat?" zeptala jsem se kousave a nechala jeho ruku bez povšimnutí."
Author: Lucie Adamová
33. "Are you cold?" he asks, turning toward me to run the backs of his fingers up and down my upper arm, as if testing the temperature of my skin. "Here," he says, taking off his jacket and draping it over my shoulders. The jacket is warm and heavy and smells just like Nash, like whatever cologne or soap he uses. I figure it must be called delicious, maybe by Armani or some other fancy designer. It almost makes my mouth water. "Is that better?" He wraps his arm around me, too, as if to ensure I won't be cold. Of course, I won't complain. Even if I was sweating, I wouldn't complain."That's much better, thank you."
Author: M. Leighton
34. "It's as if you were interested in fashion and your neighbor when you were growing up happened to be Giorgio Armani."
Author: Malcolm Gladwell
35. "It's Ms. Armano.""Oh, Ms, huh. One of those women's libbers?" He chuckled, glancing up at her. "I prefer independent woman who can make it on her own. Lucky for you I'd say if I decide to accept your offer."
Author: Mary J. McCoy Dressel
36. "...tenía los Seis Síntomas Mortales de un Hombre Enamorado:1. Incapacidad para pensar derecho.2. Una alarmante propensión a sonreír en los momentos más extraños.3. Pensamiento constante en el objeto de su deseo.4. Absolutamente ningún interés en otros miembros del sexo opuesto.5. Una sorprendente buena voluntad hacia el mundo en general.6. Excitación sexual perpetúa."
Author: Megan Hart
37. "I grow old though pleased with my memoriesThe tasks I can no longer completeAre balanced by the love of the tasks gone pastI offer no apology onlythis plea: When I am frayed and strained and drizzle at the endPlease someone cut a square and put me in a quiltThat I might keep some child warmAnd some old person with no one else to talk toWill hear my whispersAnd cuddlenear"
Author: Nikki Giovanni
38. "Wenn eine Frau ihre Fehler nicht charmant begehen kann, ist sie nichts als ein Weib."
Author: Oscar Wilde
39. "I am an Armani and a Dolce & Gabbana kind of a person."
Author: Patricia Cornwell
40. "It's finger time!" Steve simply grunted.Li responded like she always had to the request over the past years, by walking over to the tall oak cabinet in his office and pulling out a pack of Vienna Fingers. She then closed the door and walked around the desk and dropped to her knees, crawling the few extra feet under his desk. Li handed the red and white plastic package of cookies to Steve, who slid the tray open while his virtual slave unzipped the trousers of his blue Armani pinstripe suit and then dug deep to find his pleasure source.Twenty seconds later, when both of them had consumed their mid-afternoon snacks, Steve transitioned back into his unrelenting work persona."
Author: Phil Wohl
41. "Gar khodavand cheshm dar cheshmat nahad va gooyad: farmanat daham ta zende'ee be shadi dar in jahan sar koni.che khahi kard?"
Author: Richard Bach
42. "So it's off with the shellsuit and on with the Armanis,Bring out the champagne and the caviar sarnies"
Author: Roger McGough
43. "Blomkvist picked up Salander by her front door on Lundagatan at 10:00 and drove her to the Norra crematorium. He stayed at her side during the ceremony. For a long time they were the only mourners along with the pastor, but when the funeral began Armansky slipped in. He nodded curtly to Blomkvist and stood behind Salander, gently putting a hand on her shoulder. She nodded without looking at him, as if she knew who was standing there. Then she ignored them both. Salander had told him nothing about"
Author: Stieg Larsson
44. "Of course," Armand was saying to Simon, "you know that it was an American, like yourself, who nearly ruined the wine-making in France?" "We're Canadians." "But that is the same thing, surely?"
Author: Susanna Kearsley
45. "She tapped her chest. "No, I'm not a freak, okay, so could you stop pressuring me."Rafael muttered something under his breath, throwing up his hands in surrender. "So what am I? What's Karhl, Jayani, my brother, and all the BaSatai? Are we all freaks? Justbecause this human has some kind of fascination with labeling you, you believe in it. Be your own person, Armani, not what someone else says you are."
Author: Suzan Battah
46. "So, we're all in agreement," Armani declared brightly into the tense atmosphere. "Good, let's get this over with. Shut up Rafael, don't say it, you would do the same for me." "That's different!" he snapped. "You shouldn't." She couldn't comprehend his reasoning. "Why?" Rafael blinked a few times. "Because you don't love me the way I love you!"
Author: Suzan Battah
47. "He was immaculately dressed, without trying. He dressed that way by nature - which meant that he had money - and I loved money. I recognized the royal sign of the Rolex, the fine thread of Armani, the easy way he looked at the world. I also recognized the way he said "thank you" when the bartender refilled his drink, and how when the couple next to him swore repeatedly, he flinched. his type was hardly ever single. I wondered what stupid bitch let him go. Whoever she was, I would wipe her from his memory in no time at all."
Author: Tarryn Fisher
48. "Biers was where the undead drank. And when Igor the barman was asked for a Bloody Mary, he didn't mix a metaphor."
Author: Terry Pratchett
49. "Lo ofensivo no suele ser más que un sinónimo de lo insólito. Una obra de arte es, desde luego, siempre original; su naturaleza misma, por lo tanto, hace que se presente como una sorpresa más o menos alarmante."
Author: Vladimir Nabokov
50. "Olsons P.I. 'Kenny Jones' as he approaches a barman in a notorious Bangkok Gay bar as part of an investigation -'I was tempted to ask him if he had heard the one about the two condoms walking down Soi Rome when they see The Balcony Pub. One condom turns to the other and says ‘Let's go in there and get shit-faced' -"
Author: Warren Olson

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