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51. "Without asking, he moved behind her and brushed her hair over her shoulder. Drawing the necklace around her neck, he fastened the clasp. The amber felt cool against her sweltering skin. Lifting it, she rotated the pendant, watching as it caught the light. "It's lovely." Before she could change her mind, she dug into her pocket and shoved the rest of the coins into his hand."
Author: Amber Argyle
52. "Membaca Kitab Suci buat saya adalah memasuki labirin. Ada ilusi dari sebuah jalan yang lempang dan lurus dengan sebuah 'pusat' - 'akhir yang tertebak, sementara dalam kenyataannya, labirin adalah lorong-lorong sempit. Kita hanya bisa maju atau mundur. Dinding-dinding masif di kanan kiri. Selalu berbelok dan menikung tak terduga.... Dalam labirin itu, fakta dan fiksi berkait, dunia berkelindan dengan kata-kata. Dan kata-kata tersebut menyajikan semesta yang gumpil - tak utuh, tak sepenuhnya benar, dan menyembunyikan sesuatu yang kita belum tahu.Kitab suci, seperti juga labirin, bukanlah sebuah peta - proyeksi dua dimensi dari garis dan kurva yang saling bertaut. Peta, hanya sebuah abstraksi, sekumpulan tanda dan legenda yang tak sanggup menggantikan pengalaman. Sementara itu dalam kitab suci, seperti juga labirin, selalu ada misteri yang tidak menuntut untuk dipecahkan, melainkan dialami. Berkali-kali."
Author: Avianti Armand
53. "Do you have a leather jacket? One for a ten-year-old boy?" I asked the man selling leather jackets and gloves in Covent Garden, London. "Yes, I have one right here!" And the man dug out a fine leather jacket that looked styled and tailored for a young boy. "I'm buying this for my son" I said to him. "I love this jacket, it's perfect, I think I will just come back for it tomorrow, though! I'll be back tomorrow, okay?" And the man reached his arms above his head, and said with a big smile upon his face "You only have one life to live! What is the difference if you do something today, or if you do it tomorrow?" I thought about the man's words. And I bought the jacket. He was right, there is no difference, really, between doing something today and doing something tomorrow, when you only have one life to live! Afterall, tomorrow may never come! All you really have is today!"
Author: C. JoyBell C.
54. "Benjamin je promatrao Elizabeth kako hoda. Nije ju poznavao onoliko dobro koliko je htio, ali imao je dojam da mu je dopustila da ude u njezin život više nego ostalima. I on je ucinio isto. Razgovarali su dovoljno puta da vidi koliko su slicni. Gledao ju je kako se razvija i mijenja i sad se napokon smirila. Zurio je u krajolik kojem se Elizabeth tako dugo divila i prvi put u godinu dana koliko je tu, otvorio je oci i uistinu ga doživio."
Author: Cecelia Ahern
55. "Real gold doesn't start its journey in a display window at Tiffany. It's dug out of the dirty earth. Sometimes true gold doesn't glitter. It may need a little polishing, but don't let that bit of needed patience or effort trick you into discarding what could be the greatest treasure of your life."
Author: Cleo Coyle
56. "I darted away from Geir and jmped through the gaping hole in the wall Will's body had made. The settling dust choked me, but I made it through and ran to Will. He was struggling to his feet, leaning heavily on his sword as the point dug into the cold ground. When I reached him, I dropped my swords and wrapped my arms around his chest."I've got you," I said, helping him lift his torso the rest of the way up. I heard a sickening snap in his chest as he groaned, and I knew something was broken. He buried his face into my shoulder and growled in pain."
Author: Courtney Allison Moulton
57. "The second tunnel's a Ministry of Defence tunnel...dug for a nuclear bomb shelter. The entrance is in the garden center at Woolworth's in Great Malvern...When the four-minute warning goes off, the Ministry of Defence lot at the RSRE'll be ferried up to Woolies by the military police. Councillors from Malvern Council'll be allowed in, so will Woolworth's manager and assistant manager. Then the military police...They'll grab one or two of the prettier shop assistants for breeding...Then that door'll close and all of us'll get blown to kingdom come."
Author: David Mitchell
58. "I wouldn't mind a sister either.""Any chance of that happening?""I can't see what would be in it for my parents. I mean, they have the perfect daughter already - what more could they want?"Tanith laughed, then tried to cover it up with a cough."Found something?" Skulduggery asked from behind them.Tanith turned, looking serious. "No, sorry. I thought I had, but, no, it turned out to be, uh... more floor."Stephanie hugged herself, trying to stop her shoulders shaking from laughter."
Author: Derek Landy
59. "I kill a sofa for you and you go and sit in a chair?" Skulduggery asked. "I don't think you appreciate the sacrifice that has been made for you."
Author: Derek Landy
60. "Suddenly Saracen Rue looked old and tired, and Skulduggery Pleasant came into focus as what he really was – a genius, a killer, a tortured soul, and the only true dead man among them."
Author: Derek Landy
61. "Enjoy that?" Tanith said with a little grin.Valkyrie grinned back, her eyes bright. "I keep telling Skulduggery he should get a bike.""What does he say?""He says people who wear leathers, like you, should ride motorbikes. People who wear exquisite suits, like him, should drive Bentleys."
Author: Derek Landy
62. "My old man was a musician - that's what he did for a living. And like most fathers, occasionally he'd let me visit where he worked. So I started going to his recording studio, and I really dug it."
Author: Dimebag Darrell
63. "I picked Dad's guitar up when I was 8. It hurt to play, so I put it down and picked it back up when I was 15 and dug in. The guitar helped me come out of my shell and kind of gave me an identity at school."
Author: Dustin Lynch
64. "Drvece spada u nešto najfinije što znam.Voda i drvece i devojke.Imao sam obicaj da se penjem po citav dan. I cesto samsamo sedeo mirno, na vrh nekog drveta. Više sati. Kada je krošnja leti bila gusta, niko nije mogao da me vidi. Ja sammogao da vidim sve, ali mene niko nije video.Osecao sam da sam daleko odatle. I kada bih se spustio, bilo je to kao doci kuci posle dugog putovanja.I pravio sam ljuljaške. Bio sam super u pravljenju ljuljaški.Popeo bih se visoko i cvrsto vezao konopac za neku granu.Onda bih se ljuljao.I pljuvao. Uvek je bilo tako lepo pljuvati dok sam se ljuljao.Ako sam pio mleko, pljuvacka je bila gusta i dobra.Sa ljuljaške sam dobacivao mlecnu pljuvacku neverovatnodaleko.Ponovo bih hteo da pocnem da se ljuljam.Sledeci put kad budem imao para, otici cu u sportsku radnju,kupicu pedeset metara konopca za penjanje, a onda cu nacineko veliko drvo,najbolje uz vodu i napravicu ljuljašku sa mocnom amplitudom i možda cu skociti sa ljuljaške u vodu.Dok Lise gleda.Radujem se tome."
Author: Erlend Loe
65. "Branches moved and shadows shifted as Lilith dug the poppet's final grave."
Author: Georgina Anne Taylor
66. "Saya harap saya bisa melatih keberanian bicara dengan melatih keberanian bertanya: benarkah pikiran dan dugaan-dugaan saya sendiri?"
Author: Goenawan Mohamad
67. "En þeir sem voru snemma á fótum morguninn eftir urðu þeirrar huggunar aðnjótandi að sjá Pétur Pálsson ríða heim af fjalli, að vísu aðþreingdan nokkuð, ákaflega moldugan, hattlausan, tannlausan, og loníettulausan, en þó óneitanlega í tiltölulega ómyrtu ásigkomulagi."
Author: Halldór Laxness
68. "We found ourselves in a hole that I didn't dig, but I have dug, dug and dug to try to get out of that hole."
Author: Harry Reid
69. "And beneath Cornwall, beyond and beneath this whole realm of England, beneath the sodden marshes of Wales and the rough territory of the Scots border, there is another landscape; there is a buried empire, where he fears his commissioners cannot reach. Who will swear the hobs and boggarts who live in the hedges and hollow trees, and the wild men who hide in the woods? Who will swear the saints in their niches, and the spirits that cluster at holy wells rustling like fallen leaves, and the miscarried infants dug in to unconsecrated ground: all those unseen dead who hover in winter around forges and village hearths, trying to warm their bare bones? For they too are his countrymen: the generations of uncounted dead, breathing through the living, stealing their light from them, the bloodless ghosts of lord and knave, nun and whore, the ghosts of priest and friar who feed on living England, and suck the substance from the future."
Author: Hilary Mantel
70. "Ed, "I hate deserts. There is nothing but sand *collapses* If there was some grass I could turn it into bread. I'm starving! Huh? Hey! Al' where'd you go? Al? Hey!"Al, "Down here! *Al's hand emerges from the sand beneath Ed and grabs Ed's leg*"Ed, "AHH!!"Al, "I sunk again. . ."(cut to later, after Ed dug Al out)Al, "I get full."Ed, "Full of what? *kicks Al and sand falls out of his chest plate and buries Ed*"Al, "Hahahaha. . .hahaha. . .haha. . . ha. . . *still laughing, inches away from Ed*"Ed, "*bursts out of sand and starts running after Al* Get back here!"Al, "What are you going to do?"Ed, "Nothing!"Al, "Than why are you chasing me?"Ed, "Stop and you'll find out!"Al, "I promise I won't get buried again!"Ed, "Not unless it's by me!"Al," Ed!"Ed, "Rrrrrrrrr!"
Author: Hiromu Arakawa
71. "Mnogo samuješ i dugo cutiš, sine moj, zatravljen si snovima, izmoren putevima duha. Lik ti je pognut i lice blijedo, duboko spuštene vjede i glas kao škripa tamnickih vrata. Izidi u ljetni dan, sine moj!- Šta si vidio u ljetni dan, sine moj?Vidio sam da je zemlja jaka i nebo vjecno, a covjek slab i kratkovjek.- Šta si vidio, sine moj, u ljetni dan?Vidio sam da je ljubav kratka, a glad vjecna.- Šta si vidio, sine moj, u ljetni dan?Vidio sam da je ovaj život stvar mucna, koja se sastoji od nepravilne izmjene grijeha i nesrece, da živjeti znaci slagati varku na varku.- Hoceš da usneš, sine moj?Ne, oce, idem da ž i v i m."
Author: Ivo Andric
72. "How're we getting to King's Cross tomorrow, Dad?" asked Fred as they dug into a sumptuous pudding."The Ministry's providing a couple of cars," said Mr. Weasley.Everyone looked up at him."Why?" said Percy curiously."It's because of you, Perce," said George seriously. "And there'll be little flags on the hoods, with HB on them-""-for Humongous Bighead," said Fred."
Author: J.K. Rowling
73. "On Harry dug, deeper and deeper into the hard, cold earth, subsuming his grief in sweat, denying the pain in his scar."
Author: J.K. Rowling
74. "He dug and ploughed over his piece of land, and then sowed some turnip seed. Soon the seed began to show itself above ground, and there grew on turnip immensely large and thick, which seemed as if it would never have done growing, but was a princess among turnips; and as there had never before been seen such a turnip, so also there has never been such another since."
Author: Jacob Grimm
75. "Adrijene, nemoj da se duriš!Vrati se!U redu grešila samduge godine nisam se vracala kuci,ali sam ti uvek krilada je to zato što sam bila u zatvoru!Grešila sam priznajemcesto sam tukla psa,ali sam te volela!Adrijene, nemoj da se duriš!Vrati se!"
Author: Jacques Prévert
76. "Despite marking the spot, Generation X has no treasure. How could they, when I dug it up first?"
Author: Jarod Kintz
77. "Sixty trillion years ago a god-scientist dug a hole through the earth, filled it with dynamite and blew the earth in two. The smaller of these two pieces became the moon."
Author: Jeffrey Eugenides
78. "An icy claw of fear dug its way under her skin, melting and trickling until it inhabited every pore of her body."
Author: Jennifer Perry
79. "So we wait?" asked Severard."We wait, and we look to our defences. That and we try to find some money. Do you have any cash, Severard?""I did have some. I gave it to a girl, down in the slums.""Ah. Shame.""Not really, she fucks like a madman. I'd thoroughly recommend her, if you're interested."Glokta winced as his knee clicked. "What a thoroughly heartwarming tale, Severard, I never had you down for a romantic. I'd sing a ballad if I wasn't so short of funds.""I could ask around. How much are we talking about?""Oh, not much. Say, half a million marks?"One of the Practical's eyebrows went up sharply. He reached into his pocket, dug around for a moment, pulled his hand out and opened it. A few copper coins shone in his palm."Twelve bits," he said. "Twelve bits is all I can raise."
Author: Joe Abercrombie
80. "I'll tell you the same thing I told your father. We make mistakes. They don't make us. If they did, we'd all be royally fucked, especially a coupe of assholes like us." I grin at his last remark, and finally find some words to say, even though I'm not sure I possess the conciliatory feelings to match my town. "You could learn a lot from an asshole."Dugan smiles at that, and it's the first time I've ever seen him do it. "I guess so."
Author: Jonathan Tropper
81. "Daughters," he told her as they dug. "Nothing better than a good daughter."
Author: Joyce Maynard
82. "Move along," Hines said. "Last room down."I spotted a fish tank halfway down the aisle. Dug into my pocket."Hi," I whispered. "Distraction in five. Four. Three..."I broke off as we neared the tank.Hi spun. "Yo, warden. When do we eat around here? I'm hypoglycemic, plus I've got a hernia. And rabies simplex D. Basically, I need a ton of pills or my arms will fall off.""Boy, you're on my last nerve."As Hines glared at Hiram, I palmed the flash drive and dumped it into the fish tank. The yellow-and-black rectangle tumbled to the bottom.So long, friend. Let's hope Shelton's email went through."It's a cultural thing," Hi was saying. "I think you're being very insensitive."Hines snorted. "Do you want me to cuff you?""Kinda.""Hi." I nodded."
Author: Kathy Reichs
83. "Derek's change came faster now and maybe a bit easier--no vomiting this time. Finally it was over, and he fell onto his side, panting, shaking, and shivering. Then he reached for my hand, holding it tight, and I entwined my fingers with his, shifting closer and using my free hand to brush sweaty hair from his face."Whoa," a voice said, making both of us jump. Simon stood in the entrance to our corner, a pile of fabric in his hands. "You really need to get dressed before you start that.""I'm not starting anything," Derek said."Still..." He held out the stack in his hands. "Dr. Fellows dug up some hospital greens for you. Get dressed and then... whatever"
Author: Kelley Armstrong
84. "Kadang kita menemukan teman, sahabat, saudara di tempat yang tidak kita duga. Dan mungkin juga cinta. Tapi yang paling menyenangkan dalam sebuah perjalanan adalah menemukan itu semua, termasuk cinta. Apa pun bentuknya."
Author: Ken Ariestyani
85. "Duga, duga staza preko mocvari u šumu, – ko ju je ugazio? Muškarac, covek, prvi koji se našao tu. Za njega još nije bilo staze. (…) Tako je nastao put kroz široku utrinu koja nije nikome pripadala, kroz niciju zemlju."
Author: Knut Hamsun
86. "Now I think it was more complicated than that. It may have been a warning. It may also have been a burden. Even if love was underneath it all, there was a great deal piled on top, and what would you find when you dug down? Not a simple gift, pure gold and shining; instead, something ancient and possibly baneful, like an iron charm rusting among old bones. A talisman of sorts, this love, but a heavy one; a heavy thing for me to carry around with me, slung on its iron chain around my neck."
Author: Margaret Atwood
87. "Ja sebe ne volim. Nisam baš naklonjen sebi, a još manje imam samopoštovanja. Osim toga, nisam si zanimljiv. Vec dugo poznajem vlastite osnovne osobine i naposljetku su mi se zgadile. Kao adolescent i poslije mladic govorio sam o sebi, razmišljao o sebi, bio sam gotovo ispunjen vlastitom osobom. Više to ne cinim. Više mi nisu bliske vlastite misli pa se smrznem od dosade pri pomisli da ispricam kakvu vlastitu dogodovštinu. Kad baš moram, lažem."
Author: Michel Houellebecq
88. "I onda smo išli još dugo kroz šumu, ne govoreci ništa, ali ovaj put je u toj tišini bilo neke ljepote, bilo je naše savezništvo."
Author: Miro Gavran
89. "The game jostled back and forth, and then came the final inning. Some player named Casey came to bat, like his teammates, looking like a rock. Lightning ripped through the air as rain came down in sheets. The scoreboard said the horses were beating the rocks by two points, but there were two men on base. If Casey hit a homerun, the rocks would beat the horses. If not, too bad for the rocks. This man, Ben, and the two people with him looked horrified as this Casey came to bat. They had red shirts with horses painted on them. They jumped up and down for joy when they saw the final pitch, and Casey sulking back to the dugout. He had struck out. After the game, the four hiked back to a very small car."
Author: Molly Maguire McGill
90. "Lalu bapakmu akan berkata, bintang tak pernah secantik tampakannya, tak sedekat yang kita duga. Ia cuma penghias panas malam para pemimpi.Tapi aku mau terbang. Aku mau menyentuh bintang. Jika ujung jariku melepuh, akan kubelah lima. Dan pulang dengan sepasang tangan berjari lima puluh."
Author: Nukila Amal
91. "Prvo je bio samo želja, daleka, nedohvatljiva. Onda prividenje, lelujavo, nestvarno. Pa stvarnost, duboka, istinita, strasna. Poslije bol, žestok. Onda zaborav, dug, težak. Je li od svega ostala jedino skrivena misao koja samo ponekad boli?"
Author: Nura Bazdulj Hubijar
92. "From the eyewitness reports, one can gather what the spectacle in the gas chamber was after the doors were opened. In their hideous suffering, the condemned had tried to crawl on top of one another. During their agonies some had dug their fingernails into the flesh of their neighbors. As a rule the corpses were so compressed and entangled that it was impossible to separate them. The German technicians invented special hook-tipped poles which were thrust deep into the flesh of the corpses to pull them out."
Author: Olga Lengyel
93. "Darius held Stark back from launching himself at Neferet, and Duantia spoke quickly into the rising tension. 'Neferet, I think we can all agree that there are many unanswered questions about the tragedy that occured on our island today. Stark, we also understand the passion and rage you feel at the loss of your Priestess. it is a hard blow for a Warrior to-'Duantia's wisdom was cut off by the sound of Aretha Franklin belting out the chorus from "Respect," which was coming from the little Coach purse Aphrodite had slung over her shoulder.Oopsie, um, sorry 'bout that.' Aphrodite frantically unzipped her purse and dug for her iPhone."
Author: P.C. Cast
94. "Pijesak, kamenje, vjetar, još narancastije nebo, gomila plosnatih oblaka prema kojima je padalo sunce...Potom duge sjene, umiranje vjetra, mir...Samo zvuk kopita na kamenju i zvuci našeg disanja... Prigušeno svjetlo kad se sunce sudarilo s oblacima... Zidovi dana potresani grmljavinom...Neprirodno jasni obrisi udaljenih predmeta... Hladan, elektricno plavi osjecaj u zraku...Opet grmljavina...Sad - uzbiban, staklasti zastor kiše koja mi se približava zdesna... Plave pukotine u oblacima... Temperatura pada, naš korak i dalje stalan, svijet sad posve jednobojan..."
Author: Roger Zelazny
95. "Moja istraživanja trajala su citavu godinu i najzad sam zakljucio da samo reljef boje, znalacki stavljen na platno, može da da oku pravi utisak. To je bio period koji su moji roditelji nazvali „kameno doba". Upotrebljavao sam kamenje da bih dobio, na primer, veoma blistav oblak. Lepio sam kamenje na platno, a zatim ga bojio. Jedan od mojih najvecih uspeha u ovom žanru je bio zalazak sunca sa kao krv crvenim oblacima. Nebo je bilo prepuno kamenja svih dimenzija, od kojih su neki bili veliki kao pesnica. Ova slika je dugo visila na zidu porodicne trpezarije i secam se da nas je cesto, u tišini posle vecere, iznenadivao šum kamena koji bi, odlepivši se sa slike, padao na pod. Moja majka bi prestala da šije, a otac ju je uvek umirivao recima: -Nije ništa, to je samo još jedan kamen pao sa neba našeg deteta."
Author: Salvador Dalí
96. "His hands fell to my hips, and his fingers dug through my rain-drenched clothes."
Author: Shannon A. Thompson
97. "Visos tos mistines, ezoterines, alchemines, tamplieriškos ir kitokios marazmatines istorijos visuomet ko nors siekia. Dažniausiai — pasinaudoti prietaringu žmogaus tamsumu ir išvilioti iš jo pinigu. Tuo naudojasi ir rašytojai, ir kino pramone, ir ivairus burtininkai, pranašai, horoskopininkai ir kitos padugnes."
Author: Sigitas Parulskis
98. "Having played to her heart's content, Chibi would come inside and rest for a while. When she began to sleep on the sofa--like a talisman curled gently in the shape of a comma and dug up from a prehistoric archaeological site--a deep sense of happiness arrived, as if the house itself had dreamed this scene."
Author: Takashi Hiraide
99. "After The Ventures I dug Johnny Smith quite a bit."
Author: Terry Kath
100. "Egy elegáns elso osztályú fülkében, egyik kesztyus kezünket bedugva a bársony ajtóhurokba, könnyu nagyon világlátott embernek érezni magunkat, miközben nézzük a szorgosan elsuhanó tájat."
Author: Vladimir Nabokov

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