Top Champs Quotes

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1. "Ma vie est monotone. Je chasse les poules, les hommes me chassent. Toutes les poules se ressemblent, et tous les hommes se ressemblent. Je m'ennuie donc un peu. Mais, si tu m'apprivoises, ma vie sera comme ensoleillée. Je connaîtrai un bruit de pas qui sera différent de tous les autres. Les autres pas me font rentrer sous terre. Le tien m'appellera hors du terrier, comme une musique. Et puis regarde ! Tu vois, là-bas, les champs de blé ? Je ne mange pas de pain. Le blé pour moi est inutile. Les champs de blé ne me rappellent rien. Et ça, c'est triste ! Mais tu as des cheveux couleur d'or. Alors ce sera merveilleux quand tu m'auras apprivoisé ! Le blé, qui est doré, me fera souvenir de toi. Et j'aimerai le bruit du vent dans le blé..."
Author: Antoine De Saint Exupéry
2. "Tout est énergie. La vie est l'interaction de champs magnétiques vibratoires. Changez le magnétisme et vous changez la nature du champ énergétique. Changez le champ énergétique et vous changez la nature de la vie mentale, émotionnelle, spirituelle et physique, laquelle est la même énergie sous différentes formes."
Author: David Icke
3. "México no es el país de Andrés Manuel López Obrador o Enrique Peña Nieto o Carlos Slim o Emilio Azcárraga o Carlos Romero Deschamps o Elba Esther Gordillo o Felipe Calderón. No es el país de los diputados o los gobernadores o los burócratas o los líderes sindicales o los monopolistas. Es el país de uno. El país nuestro. Ahora y siempre."
Author: Denise Dresser
4. "She felt a little betrayed and sad, but presently a moving object came into sight. It was a huge horse-chestnut tree in full bloom bound for the Champs Elysees, strapped now into a long truck and simply shaking with laughter - like a lovely person in an undignified position yet confident none the less of being lovely. Looking at it with fascination, Rosemary identified herself with it, and laughed cheerfully with it, and everything all at once seemed gorgeous."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
5. "Osjetila se pomalo izdanom i tužnom, ali u taj mah na vidiku se pojavio golemi pokretni predmet. Bilo je to veliko stablo kestena u punom cvatu koje su vozili na Champs-Elysees, privezano na velikom kamionu, koje se naprosto treslo od smijeha - kao kakva ljupka osoba koja se našla u nedostojanstvenom položaju, ali svejedno zna kako nije ništa izgubila od svoje ljupkosti. Promatrajuci stablo s uživanjem, Rosemary se poistovjetila s njime, i veselo se s njime smijala, i sve se odjednom opet cinilo prekrasnim."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
6. "Nhung h? s? không d? dàng thoát ra kh?i câu chuy?n c?a mình. Th?i gian l?i m?t l?n n?a làm vi?c thay cho h?. Nam h?c s? k?t thúc. Hoi nóng s? tr? nên d? ch?u. C? ngày Jérôme s? ? ngoài bãi bi?n và Sylvie h?t gi? d?y s? d?n d?y dón anh. Ðó s? là nh?ng bài t?p làm van cu?i cùng. H? s? âu s?u nh? Paris, nh? mùa xuân trên nh?ng b? sông Seine, nh? cái cây n? d?y hoa c?a h?, nh? d?i l? Champs-Elysées, nh? qu?ng tru?ng Vosges. H? s? c?m d?ng nh? l?i s? t? do yêu quí c?a mình, nh?ng bu?i sáng ng? nu?ng, nh?ng b?a an du?i ánh n?n. Và b?n bè s? d? ki?n cho h? nh?ng k? ngh?: m?t ngôi nhà l?n ? Touraine, m?t b?a an ngon, nh?ng cu?c di choi vùng d?ng quê:N?u nhu chúng ta tr? v?, ngu?i n? nói. T?t c? l?i có th? nhu xua, nguòi kia nói. H? s? d?n hành lý. H? s? x?p nh?ng cu?n sách, nh?ng tranh kh?c, nh?ng b?c ?nh b?n bè, s? v?t di vô s? gi?y t?, s? dem cho hàng xóm d? d?c, các t?m ván x? d?i, các viên g?ch 12 l?, s? g?i ruong hòm di. H? s? d?m t?ng ngày, t?ng gi?, t?ng phút."
Author: Georges Perec
7. "Champs-de-Mars, the day of celebration: a crowd of people in Sunday clothes. Women with parasols, pet dogs on leads. Stickyfingered children pawing at their mothers; people who have bought coconuts and don't know what to make of them. Then the glint of light on bayonets, people clutching hands, whirling children off their feet, pushing and calling out in alarm as they are separated from their families. Some mistake, there must be some mistake. The red flag of martial law is unfurled. What's a flag, on a day of celebration? Then the horrors of the first volley. And back, losing footing, blood blossoming horribly on the grass, fingers under stampeding feet, the splinter of hoof on bone. It is over within minutes. An example has been made. A soldier slides from his saddle and vomits."
Author: Hilary Mantel
8. "Ah! Comme une existence peut devenir orageuse entre les quatre murs d'une mansarde! L'ame umaine est une fée, elle métamorphose une paille en diamants; sous sa bageutte les palais anchantés éclosent comme les fleurs des champs sous les chauds inspirations du soleil."
Author: Honoré De Balzac
9. "He gave my hand a final shake. "Okay, Kemp," he said with a grin. "Thanks a lot – you came through like a champ." "Hell," I said, starting the engine. "We're all champs when we're drunk."
Author: Hunter S. Thompson
10. "It can't be any simpler: the farewell is going to be on the Champs-Elysees."
Author: Lance Armstrong
11. "From the sound of pattering raindrops I recaptured the scent of the lilacs at Combray; from the shifting of the sun's rays on the balcony the pigeons in the Champs-Elysées; from the muffling of sounds in the heat of the morning hours, the cool taste of cherries; the longing for Brittany or Venice from the noise of the wind and the return of Easter. Summer was at hand, the days were long, the weather was warm. It was the season when, early in the morning, pupils and teachers repair to the public gardens to prepare for the final examinations under the trees, seeking to extract the sole drop of coolness vouchsafed by a sky less ardent than in the midday heat but already as sterilely pure."
Author: Marcel Proust
12. "Bus routes reach the most obscure corners of Paris. There's also the Metro - and especially the great Line No. 1, which runs on tires under the Champs-Elysees and beyond."
Author: Serge Schmemann
13. "Monfleury est en vente, je perds cinquante mille francs, s'il le faut, mais je suis tout joyeux, je quitte cet enfer d'hypocrisie et de tracasseries. Je vais chercher la solitude et la paix champêtre au seul lieu où elles existent en France, dans un quatrième étage donnant sur les Champs-Élysées."
Author: Stendhal
14. "As a competitor and an athlete, you love that you get to go back and challenge someone, especially the world champs."
Author: Tony Romo
15. "I knew the earth was rotating, and I with it, and Saint-Martin-des-Champs and all Paris with me, and that together we were rotating beneath the Pendulum, whose own plane never changed direction, because up there, along the infinite extrapolation of its wire beyond the choir ceiling, up toward the most distant galaxies, lay the Only Fixed Point in the universe, eternally unmoving."
Author: Umberto Eco
16. "Military parades roll down the Champs-Elysees, but pedestrians stroll up ["East Meets West on the Champs-Elysees," Metropolis, March 2006, p73]"
Author: Veronique Vienne
17. "La vie, le malheur, l'isolement, l'abandon, la pauvreté, sont des champs de bataille qui ont leurs héros ; héros obscurs plus grands parfois que les héros illustres."
Author: Victor Hugo
18. "Count Duchamps: It's a wonder he didn't clank when he [Jim West] when he walked. (referring to all of Jim's gadgets and weaponry)Wild Wild West (TV) Season 1Night of the Two-Legged Buffalo"
Author: Wild Wild West TV

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