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1. "Foi então que tudo vacilou. O mar trouxe um sopro espesso e ardente. Pareceu-me que o céu se abria em toda a sua extensão, deixando chover fogo. Todo o meu ser se retesou e crispei a mão sobre o revólver. O gatilho cedeu, toquei o ventre polido da coronha e foi aí, no barulho ao mesmo tempo seco e ensurdecedor, que tudo começou. Sacudi o suor e o sol. Compreendi que destruíra o equilíbrio do dia, o silêncio excepcional de uma praia onde havia sido feliz. Então atirei quatro vezes ainda num corpo inerte em que as balas se enterravam sem que se desse por isso. E era como se desse quatro batidas secas na porta da desgraça."
Author: Albert Camus
2. "As Brian Urquhart has said quite correctly, I don't think that individual countries in the international community can stand aside and let all of these slaughters continue without doing anything."
Author: Alex Morrison
3. "Briarwood is the pretty poison. There is no cure for Briarwood."
Author: Anne Bishop
4. "When a 'Life of Brian' comes out with Muhammad in the lead role, directed by an Arab equivalent of Theo van Gogh, it will be a huge step forward."
Author: Ayaan Hirsi Ali
5. "Brian, relax, man. You've gotta relax when you make the crank calls."
Author: Brian Regan
6. "If the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning is eat a live frog, then nothing worse can happen for the rest of the day!"Brian Tracy says that your "frog" should be the most difficult item on your things-to-do list, the one you're most likely to procrastinate on; because, if you eat that first, it'll give you energy and momentum for the rest of the day. But, if you don't...if you let him sit there on the plate and stare at you while you do a hundred unimportant things, it can drain your energy and you won't even know it."
Author: Brian Tracy
7. "The group started getting bigger and bigger, so Al started replacing Brian on the road, and then finally there was a big flare-up with Dave Marks and he left the group."
Author: Bruce Johnston
8. "Carl, Dennis and Brian are brothers, and Mike Love's a cousin."
Author: Bruce Johnston
9. "Insanity and inebriation are indeed a welcome solace for restless souls."
Author: Chandrashekar
10. "La gente la sera è in libertà provvisoria dalle fabbriche, dai magazzini, dalle stazioni di servizio, dai macelli. Il giorno dopo tornano dentro, ma adesso sono fuori, ubriachi di libertà. Non pensano alla schiavitù della povertà. I ricchi staranno bene finché i poveri non impareranno a costruire bombe atomiche nei loro seminterrati"
Author: Charles Bukowski
11. "I still do a lot of shows with Brian Koonin, but we haven't had a full band lately."
Author: David Johansen
12. "Halfway back up the hillside, Cecilia reached behind her, and it seemed the most natural thing in the world for Brian to lean forward to take her hand."
Author: Davis Bunn
13. "So remember it, lad. If your head thinks up mischief, your backside's going to pay for it. Brian Fraser to young Jamie"
Author: Diana Gabaldon
14. "Roger speaking to Brianna: It's too important. You don't forget having a dad."You do remember your father?"No. I remember yours."
Author: Diana Gabaldon
15. "Love is like the wild rose-briar; Friendship like the holly-tree. The holly is dark when the rose-briar blooms, but which will bloom most constantly?"
Author: Emily Bronte
16. "Really, dear," Brian's mother reassured him, as they lined up for tickets. "It's about war."
Author: Emma Brockes
17. "A settembre succedono giorni di cielo sceso in terra. Si abbassa il ponte levatoio del suo castello in aria e giù per una scala azzurra il cielo si appoggia per un poco al suolo. A dieci anni potevo vedere i gradini squadrati, da poterli risalire cogli occhi. Oggi mi contento di averli visti e di credere che ci sono ancora. Settembre è il mese delle nozze tra la superficie terrestre e lo spazio di sopra acceso dalla luce. Sulle terrazze gradinate a viti i pescatori fanno i contadini e raccolgono i grappoli nei cesti fatti dalle donne. Prima ancora di spremerli, il giorno di vendemmia ubriaca gli scalzi tra i filari al sole e lo sciame delle vespe assetate."
Author: Erri De Luca
18. "I talked with Brian Stokes Mitchell, who agreed with me that if you have a gift there is always stuff to do."
Author: Estelle Parsons
19. "The sign of a true woman isn't the ability to recite French poetry or play the pianoforte or cook Chateaubriand. The sign of a true woman is learning to listen to her own voice even when society does its best to drown it out."
Author: Eve Marie Mont
20. "Per tutta risposta Mosè smise di bere quel nettare russo per guardarlo bene in faccia."Ciao vecchio finocchio", lo salutò. E poi ricominciò a bere e ad ubriacarsi."
Author: Gerald Durrell
21. "Sentivo il sapere della vita d'ogni giorno, che non va da nessuna parte, e sta sospesa come una nuvola sopra un burrone. Per questo i viaggi ti ubriacano subito, si diventa assuefatti all'eccitazione degli spostamenti, allora sembra che la vita debba andare da qualche parte..."
Author: Gianni Celati
22. "Brian and I got cast out of that show into Trapper John, M. D."
Author: Gregory Harrison
23. "What happened?"Bria shrugged. "I waited until I was sure there was no one else around who could get hurt, then threw my coffee in the bastard's face and took away his gun. While he was screaming from the pain and the second-degree burns, I cuffed his ass and hauled him down to the station. End of story."Fin gave my sister a warm, admiring look. "Nice takedown, detective. Even if you should have found another way to do it. Don't you know that you never, ever waste a cup of coffee like that?"
Author: Jennifer Estep
24. "Freddie and Brian tend to write the majority of the material."
Author: John Deacon
25. "Bob Dylan has always sealed his decisions with the unexplainable. His motives for withholding the release of the magnificent 'Basement Tapes' will be as forever obscure as Brian Wilson's reasons for the destruction of the tapes for 'Smile.'"
Author: Jon Landau
26. "Katz had read extensively in popular sociobiology, and his understanding of the depressive personality type and its seemingly perverse persistence in the human gene pool was that depression was successful adaptation to ceaseless pain and hardship. Pessimism, feelings of worthlessness and lack of entitlement, inability to derive satisfaction from pleasure, a tormenting awareness of the world's general crappiness: for Katz Jewish paternal forebears, who'd been driven from shtetl to shtetl by implacable anti-Semites, as for the old Angles and Saxons on his mother's side, who'd labored to grow rye and barley in the poor soils and short summers of northern Europe, feeling bad all the time and expecting the worse had been natural ways of equilibriating themselves with the lousiness of their circumstances. Few things gratified depressives, after all, more than really bad news. This obviously wasn't an optimal way to live, but it had its evolutionary advantages."
Author: Jonathan Franzen
27. "I have come from the End of the World. From the River of Dreams, through the gauntlet and the Briar and the Deep Wyld, in order to stand before you today. I have but one request—to take my place at your side. To resume my duty as your knight, and to protect you and your kingdom for as long as I draw breath."
Author: Julie Kagawa
28. "That room was Rolandsen's world. Rolandsen was not just irresponsibility and inebriation, he was also great thinker and inventor. There was a smell of acids that permeated the corridor and came to the notice of every visitor. Rolandsen made no secret of the fact that he had all these medicaments there solely to disguise the aroma of all the brandy he consumed. But this was part of an act designed purely to give himself an air of inscrutability."
Author: Knut Hamsun
29. "With a record of 75 fights and 6 losses, some of the losses were very questionable including Brian Nielsen when we fought in Denmark. I knew I won but they didn't give me that fight."
Author: Larry Holmes
30. "...the Beatles were hard men too. Brian Epstein cleaned them up for mass consumption, but they were anything but sissies. They were from Liverpool, which is like Hamburg or Norfolk, Virginia--a hard, sea-farin' town, all these dockers and sailors around all the time who would beat the piss out of you if you so much as winked at them. Ringo's from the Dingle, which is like the f***ing Bronx. The Rolling Stones were the mummy's boys--they were all college students from the outskirts of London. They went to starve in London, but it was by choice, to give themselves some sort of aura of disrespectability. I did like the Stones, but they were never anywhere near the Beatles--not for humour, not for originality, not for songs, not for presentation. All they had was Mick Jagger dancing about. Fair enough, the Stones made great records, but they were always s**t on stage, whereas the Beatles were the gear."
Author: Lemmy Kilmister
31. "He looked up, his gaze meeting hers. "But what about us?"She opened the front door. "When you're sucking Briant's cock, call me. I'll throw a party signifying the fact you've grown up."Cyn to Kaden, Sweet Science, Hard Love"
Author: Mark Alders
32. "I went to a rare live Van Dyke show and met him there. And then he came to a show of mine and we spoke back stage. The third time was at Brian Wilson's birthday party."
Author: Matthew Sweet
33. "Desço aos infernos, a descer em mim.Mas agora o meu canto não perfuraO coração da morte,À procuraDa sombraDum amor perdido.AgoraÉ o repetidoAcenoDo próprio abismoQue me seduz.É ele, embriaguez nocturna da vontade,Que me obriga a sair da claridadeE a caminhar sem luz.Ergo a voz e mergulhoDentro do poço,Neste moço heroísmoDos poetas,Que enfrentas confiantesO interditoGuardado por gigantes,Cães vigilantesAos portões do mito.E entro finalmenteNo reino tenebrosoDas minhas trvas.Quebra-se a lira,Cessa a melodia;E um medo triste, de vergonha e assombro,Gela-me o sangue, rio sem nascente,Onde o céu, lá no alto, se reflecte,Inútil como a paz que me promete."
Author: Miguel Torga
34. "I did not fire Brian Wilson from the Beach Boys. I cannot fire Brian Wilson from the Beach Boys. I am not his employer. I do not have such authority. And even if I did, I would never fire Brian Wilson from the Beach Boys. I love Brian Wilson. We are partners. He's my cousin by birth and my brother in music."
Author: Mike Love
35. "Tidak perlu," sahut Febrian tegas. "Karena aku tidak takut mati bersamamu. Kita akan selalu bersama. Bahkan maut tidak bisa memisahkan kita."
Author: Mira W.
36. "That's right," said Pepper. "Because," she added, "if we beat them, we'd have to be our own deadly enemies. It'd be me an' Adam against Brian an' Wensley," She sat back. "Everyone needs a Greasy Johnson," she said. "Yeah," said Adam. "That's what I thought. It's no good anyone winning. That's what I thought." He stared at Dog, or through Dog. "Seems simple enough to me," said Wensleydale, sitting back. "I don't see why it's taken thousands of years to sort out."
Author: Neil Gaiman
37. "Good night, Keeley.""Good night, Brian. Thanks for the ride." Adelia waited until the men were out, then turned to her daughter. "Keeley, I never would've thought it of you. You're tormenting the poor man.""There's nothing poor about that man." Delighted with herself, Keeley broke off a piece of bread and crunched down on it. "And tormenting him is so rewarding.""Well,there's not a woman with blood in her could argue with that. Mind you don't hurt him, darling."
Author: Nora Roberts
38. "And my father?"Brian's grin flashed. "I like thinking that's where I got the fifty.I told him he's better off sticking with the horses."Keeley's brow rose. "And his response to that?""Isn't something I can repeat in polite company."
Author: Nora Roberts
39. "La desconfianza, el disimulo, la reserva cortés que cierra el paso al extraño, la ironía, todas, en fin, las oscilaciones psíquicas con que al eludir la mirada ajena nos eludimos a nosotros mismos, son rasgos de gente dominada, que teme y que finge frente al señor. Es revelador que nuestra intimidad jamás aflore de manera natural sin el acicate de la fiesta, el alcohol o la muerte. […] Para salir de sí mismo el siervo necesita saltar barreras, embriagarse, olvidar su condición. Vivir a solas, sin testigos. Solamente en la soledad se atreve a ser."
Author: Octavio Paz
40. "Ele era como um homem que se embriagou há muito tempo e que deixou de ser capaz de abandonar a sua embriaguez."
Author: Pascal Quignard
41. "Terence McKenna pointed out that "the profundity of [halluncinogenic inebriation] and its potential for a positive feedback into the process of reorganizing the personality should have long ago made psychedelics an indispensable tool for psychotherapy."
Author: Rick Doblin
42. "Nick looks into Brians hollow gaze. "That's what's going on here brian. The devil's figured out a way to keep peoples souls trapped here on earth."
Author: Robert Kirkman
43. "You want it, boy?" He pulled his prick out of his jeans."God, yes. That's why I'm here." "Good." He left his jeans open, left his prick hard and pushing out. "Come on. Shower.""Turn around." He wanted to see it. Griff went a deep red, but the man turned to show the weird, stylized whip branded into one ass cheek. Groaning, Brian reached out and touched it, traced it with his fingers. He'd done that. He'd marked his boy. "You still clean?" Brian kept rubbing his prick back and forth across Griff's hole. "I am. I couldn't... I couldn't get it up with anyone else.""Good." He grabbed the shampoo and poured it over his fingers. "Was not. You fucked me up""We fucked each other up." He was not in this alone. He couldn't wait to be inside Griff again. His wild, desperate baby boy. His fingers traced the brand on Griff's ass. His. All fucking his. Marked permanently. And Griff had let him do it. The man knew it was true."
Author: Sean Michael
44. "It was my jewelry!" Briar shouted after his father because he'd forgotten to ask what was stolen."
Author: Shannon Hale
45. "Hey, Ms. P," Tad called, "what's going on?"She let out a slow breath before she answered. "You won't believe this... Brian Murrey tried to eat Scott Morgan."Nick's eyes widened at the unexpected explanation. Had he heard that right?"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
46. "The Macedonian Endeavour Channel was screening live coverage of the world series of the Who's Got the Stupidest Name (WGSN) competition. First prize had already gone to Brian Burdock, a French Algerian with a penchant for Longchamp."
Author: St John Morris
47. "Part of me wasn't sure why I didn't tell Brian about that, but to be honest, I was probably being a little chickenshit. Because, yes, I'd been hiding my friendship with Antonio from Brian."
Author: T.A. Webb
48. "PolyphiloprogenitiveThe sapient sutlers of the LordDrift across the window-panes.In the beginning was the Word.In the beginning was the Word.Superfetation of to en,And at the mensual turn of timeProduced enervate Origen.A painter of the Umbrian schoolDesigned upon a gesso groundThe nimbus of the Baptized God.The wilderness is cracked and brownedBut through the water pale and thinStill shine the unoffending feetAnd there above the painter setThe Father and the Paraclete.. . . . . .The sable presbyters approachThe avenue of penitence;The young are red and pustularClutching piaculative pence.Under the penitential gatesSustained by staring SeraphimWhere the souls of the devoutBurn invisible and dim.Along the garden-wall the beesWith hairy bellies pass betweenThe staminate and pistilate,Blest office of the epicene.Sweeney shifts from ham to hamStirring the water in his bath.The masters of the subtle schoolsAre controversial, polymath."
Author: T.S. Eliot
49. "Evvy: "Is she going to eat Jooba-hooba? She looks like she's going to bite him, at least." Briar: "No — if she bit him, he'd die."
Author: Tamora Pierce
50. "I don't reckon it's allowed, going round setting fire to people," said Adam. "Otherwise people'd be doin' it all the time.""It's all right if you're religious," said Brian reassuringly. "And it stops the witches from goin' to Hell, so I expect they'd be quite grateful if they understood it properly."
Author: Terry Pratchett

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