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1. "With all of the choices we have in this world, why would you ever spend your time running behind one that is not even willing to walk towards you. Stop wasting time with those who have other priorities, you too have options. -AHCIII"
Author: A.H. Carlisle III
2. "It was a wartime story, goodies versus baddies, lots of explosions and shooting. The Germans always shouted 'Aiiieeee!' as they died. Atkins wondered what he would choose, confronted with similar circumstances. 'Aiiieeee!' seemed to him to lack the necessary gravitas and originality, as well as sounding a bit, well, German. But then who knew what might come to mind, in those final moments?"
Author: Alastair Reynolds
3. "LIII.What is the holiness of conversation? It isto master death."
Author: Anne Carson
4. "L'espace de l'esprit, là où il peut ouvrir ses ailes, c'est le silence.(chapitre XXIII, dernière phrase)"
Author: Antoine De Saint Exupéry
5. "Nihil nescit omnium quae in coelo et quae in terra sunt, praeter se ipsum. -EPISTOLA CXCIII"
Author: Bernard Of Clairvaux
6. "Eulaliiiaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Author: Brian Jacques
7. "What prevents my life from being a sad after-school special is I don't give a shiiit."
Author: Chris Colfer
8. "It can't drag on this way much longer," she said to herself. "One evening he'll whistle under my window, I'll go down by a ladder or a knotted rope and he will carry me away on a motorcycle, off to a den where his subjects will be assembled. He'll say: 'Here is your new Queen.' And... and... it will be terrible!"viii. Their Queen is away and anarchy reigns! The Journal said so! How grand to be Queen, with a red ribbon and a revolver..."
Author: Colette
9. "...in one of his Irish Times columns written under the name of Myles na gCopaleen, [Flann] O'Brien offered a service to readers who owned books but did not open them. For a fee, books would be handled, with passages underlined or spines damaged or words such as ‘Rubbish' or ‘Yes, but cf Homer, Od. iii, 151' or ‘I remember poor Joyce saying the same thing to me' written in the margins. Or inscriptions on the title page such as ‘From your devoted friend and follower, K. Marx.'"--"Flann O'Brien's Lies," Colm Tóibin, London Review of Books, Jan. 5, 2012"
Author: Colm Tóibín
10. "He who best discerns the worth of time is most distressed whenever time is lost. Purgatorio, Canto III, lines 77-78)"
Author: Dante Alighieri
11. "I could have been hanging out with my friends, but most of them were hanging out with their families or their Wiis. (Wiis? Wiii? What is the plural?)"
Author: David Levithan
12. "Rough night?" Zay asked."Oh, no. Glorious, thanks. Mum had me cross-checking data on solid Veiled all damn night.Fuckin' A, there better be a shot of whiskey at the end of this damn morning.""Nola said she'd have fresh coffee," I said."Whiskey. I'll say it slow: whiiiskey."
Author: Devon Monk
13. "My heroes were Eddie Van Halen - especially after Van Halen I, II, III, and IV - Randy Rhoads, Ace Frehley and dudes like that. My brother played drums and we jammed in the garage and started writing our own stuff."
Author: Dimebag Darrell
14. "Exista si din cei care iau timpul însusi drept unitate, si care se ridica uneori deasupra lui: pentru ei, ce munca, ce proiect merita luat în serios ? Cel care vede prea departe, cel care e contemporanul oricarui viitor, nu mai poate sa se agite, nici chiar sa mai faca vreo miscare... Gîndul precaritatii ma întovaraseste în orice ocazie: punînd, în dimineata asta, o scrisoare la posta, îmi spuneam ca ea era adresata unui muritor. O singura experienta absoluta, legata de orice, si faci, în propriii tai ochi, figura de supravietuitor."
Author: Emil Cioran
15. "87.—Men would not live long in society were they not the dupes of each other. [A maxim, adds Aimé Martin, "Which may enter into the code of a vulgar rogue, but one is astonished to find it in a moral treatise." Yet we have scriptural authority for it: "Deceiving and being deceived."—2 TIM. iii. 13.]"
Author: François La Rochefoucauld
16. "La pauvreté est comme un mal qu'on endort en soi et qui ne donne pas trop de douleur, à condition de ne pas trop bouger. On s'y habitue, on finit par ne plus y prendre garde tant qu'on reste avec elle tapie dans l'obscurité; mais qu'on s'avise de la sortir au grand jour, et on s'effraie, on la voit enfin, si sordide qu'on hésite à l'exposer au soleil. (Ch. XIII)"
Author: Gabrielle Roy
17. "All human history attestsThat happiness for man, - the hungry sinner! -Since Eve ate apples, much depends on dinner.~Lord Byron, Don Juan, Canto XIII, stanza 99"
Author: George Gordon Byron
18. "Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not money, I am become as a sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not money, I am nothing. And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not money, it profiteth me nothing. Money suffereth long, and is kind; money envieth not; money vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, doth not behave unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things. . . . And now abideth faith, hope, money, these three; but the greatest of these is money. I Corinthians xiii (adapted)"
Author: George Orwell
19. "Do not think of him with Blay. Do not think of him with Blay. Do not think of him— "I didn't know you were a sherry man." "Huh?" Qhuinn glanced down at what he'd poured himself. Fuck. In the midst of the self-lecture, he'd picked up the wrong bottle. "Oh, you know… I'm good with it." To prove the point, he tossed back the hooch—and nearly choked as the sweetness hit his throat. He served himself another only so he didn't look like the kind of idiot who wouldn't know what he was dishing out into his own glass. Okay, gag. The second was worse than the first. From out of the corner of his eye, he watched Saxton settle in at the table, the brass lamp in front of him casting the most perfect glow over his face. Shiiiiiit, he looked like something out of a Ralph Lauren ad, with his buff-colored tweed jacket and his pointed pocket square and that button-down/sweater vest combo keeping his fucking liver cozy. Meanwhile, Qhuinn was sporting hospital scrubs, bare feet. And sherry."
Author: J.R. Ward
20. "Fang, fang. I love you. I looooove you. I love you thiiiiiiiiiis much!"
Author: James Patterson
21. "Or if they list to tryConjecture, he his fabric of the HeavensHath left to their disputes, perhaps to moveHis laughter at their quaint opinions wide."John Milton, Paradise Lost viii 75-78"
Author: John Milton
22. "Virtually every politician portrayed in film or on television over the last decade has been venal, corrupt, opportunistic, cynical, if not worse. Whether these dramatized images are accurate or exagerated matters little. The corporatist system wins either way: directly through corruption and indirectly through the damage done to the citizen's respect for the representative system.(III - From Corporatism to Democracy)"
Author: John Ralston Saul
23. "Psycho 11 and III say, in effect, there's no way to survive with a psychological problem. If you've got it, the law can keep you locked up because there's no chance for cure."
Author: Joseph Stefano
24. "Razor, calm down. Say hi to our new friends."The gremlin, now perched on Keirran's arm, turned to stare at us with blazing green eyes and started crackling like a bad radio station."They can't understand you, Razor," Keiran said mildly. "English.""Oh," said the gremlin. "Right." It grinned widely, baring a mouthful of sharp teeth that glowed neon-blue. "Hiiiiiiii."
Author: Julie Kagawa
25. "Shortly before I turned 37 and my older daughter turned 3, I was diagnosed with breast cancer: stage III of IV."
Author: Kelly Corrigan
26. "The tendency of modern American women to exclaim 'Hiiiiiiiiiiii!' in soprano octaves and hug each other upon sight can be disconcerting to those unfamiliar with it."
Author: Kevin Hearne
27. "No Séc. XVIII, o evangelista João Wesley, ia para a entrada das minas no Reino Unido, na hora em que os trabalhadores terminavam o trabalho, então subia numa caixa e ali pregava o evangelho, milhares de pessoas foram atraídas ao evangelho através de João Wesley, no entanto, esta estratégia já não funciona em nossos dias, o homem pós-modernos exige mais que boa oratória, que uma boa visibilidade, e uma boa voz. Necessitamos do mesmo Espírito que capacitou Wesley, mas necessitamos também de estratégias relevantes para este tempo."
Author: Luis Alexandre Ribeiro Branco
28. "III. I have often wondered how it should come to pass, that every man loving himself best, should more regard other men's opinions concerning himself than his own. For if any God or grave master standing by, should command any of us to think nothing by himself but what he should presently speak out; no man were able to endure it, though but for one day. Thus do we fear more what our neighbours will think of us, than what we ourselves."
Author: Marcus Aurelius
29. "The book of Jonah is one of the shortest books in the Bible. Yet, something beneath the surface whispers to us, hinting that there is much more beneath this little book. (page iii)"
Author: Michael Ben Zehabe
30. "A fi artist, în ochii lui însemna înainte de toate sa fii supus. Supus unor mesaje misterioase, imprevizibile, care, în lipsa de ceva mai bun ?i în absen?a oricarei credin?e religioase, se cuveneau calificate drept intui?ii; ni?te mesaje poruncitoare, care se afirmau într-o maniera imperioasa, categorica, fara a-?i lasa nici cea mai mica posibilitate de a te sustrage - sau doar cu riscul de a-?i pierde orice no?iune de integritate ?i de respect fa?a de tine însu?i."
Author: Michel Houellebecq
31. "Sonnet XVIII do not love you as if you were salt-rose, or topaz,or the arrow of carnations the fire shoots off.I love you as certain dark things are to be loved,in secret, between the shadow and the soul.I love you as the plant that never bloomsbut carries in itself the light of hidden flowers;thanks to your love a certain solid fragrance,risen from the earth, lives darkly in my body.I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where.I love you straightforwardly, without complexities or pride;so I love you because I know no other way than this: where I does not exist, nor you,so close that your hand on my chest is my hand,so close that your eyes close as I fall asleep."
Author: Pablo Neruda
32. "Ariette IIIIl pleure dans mon coeurComme il pleut sur la ville ;Quelle est cette langueurQui pénètre mon coeur ?Ô bruit doux de la pluiePar terre et sur les toits ! Pour un coeur qui s'ennuie,Ô le chant de la pluie !Il pleure sans raisonDans ce coeur qui s'écoeure.Quoi ! nulle trahison ?Ce deuil est sans raison.C'est bien la pire peineDe ne savoir pourquoiSans amour et sans haineMon coeur a tant de peine !"
Author: Paul Verlaine
33. "Nobody wanted to touch Decline III when they found out what it was about."
Author: Penelope Spheeris
34. "I like firemen," the cop whispered.Max leaned in to hear him over the noise and chaos of the rig. "I can never find a gay one.""Well I like cops," Max pointed out. Was the guy coming on to him? "And the way they use their weapons."..................."Your bodies are fiiiine," the patient was slurring. His expression was less focused and more tending towards unconsciousness. "And your hoses, never find a gay one though."
Author: R.J. Scott
35. "That's the thing of it—the really petty thing of it—I can't help but feel like this wasn't supposed to happen to me. I've never worried about finding a guy.In sixth grade, I dated the nicest cute boy in class. We talked on the phone twice over six months and held hands at an afternoon showing of Superman III. I always had a date, the right date, for every dance. I fell in love for the first time in the 10th grade with the guy I was supposed to fall in love with. I broke up with him after a year, and that was supposed to happen, too.I was pretty sure I would never have to worry about finding the right guy. Ithought it would happen for me the way it happened for my parents and for my grandparents. They got to the right age, they found the right person, they got married, they had kids."
Author: Rainbow Rowell
36. "Twice a week I would receive injections or IV's of Factor VIII which clotted the blood and then broke it down."
Author: Ryan White
37. "Law XIII. THE DELIVERY OF MEDICAL CARE IS TO DO AS MUCH NOTHING AS POSSIBLE"
Author: Samuel Shem
38. "My demon ate them. (Nick)What happened to the jocks? (Acheron)Riiiight. And I suppose the Big Bad Wolf will be coming in right behind you to finish up? Or is it the Gingerbread Man I need to fear? (Nick)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
39. "Preeminen?a mor?ii celuilalt domina fiin?a întru moarte proprie la nivelul cotidianita?ii. Moartea este un eveniment «bine cunoscut», care este de fapt ?inut la distan?a - suntem informa?i asupra sa, dar nu ne treze?te interesul existen?ial. Crezul obi?nuit al fiin?ei cotidiene întru moarte suna astfel: «pâna la urma, cândva, o sa murim ?i noi, dar, pâna una-alta, asta nu ni se întâmpla noua». Aproape am putea sa spunem ca moartea nu exista în cotidianitate, în ciuda deceselor celorlal?i (care nu ne afecteaza). Via?a sociala este în a?a fel construita pentru a ignora moartea: este un antrenament sugestiv de a uita pe termen lung ideea de moarte. Spunând «cândva, vom muri ?i noi» dam de în?eles ca «deocamdata, a?a ceva nu ne prive?te». Avem impresia ca aceste tehnici de marketing producatoare de falsitate izvorasc din frica de moarte care, asemenea raului din supersti?ii, trebuie ?inuta în afara razei privirii/gândirii/rostirii."
Author: Ştefan Bolea
40. "Pensait aux passions, comme nous pensons à la loterie: duperie certaine et bonheur cherché par des fous(partie I, ch. VIII)"
Author: Stendhal
41. "XXVIII"Truth," said a traveller,"Is a rock, a mighty fortress;"Often have I been to it,"Even to its highest tower,"From whence the world looks black.""Truth," said a traveller,"Is a breath, a wind,"A shadow, a phantom;"Long have I pursued it,"But never have I touched "The hem of its garment."And I believed the second traveller;For truth was to meA breath, a wind, A shadow, a phantom,And never had I touchedThe hem of its garment."
Author: Stephen Crane
42. "The good folks mostly win, courage usually triumphs over fear, the family dog hardly ever contracts rabies: these are things I knew at twenty-five, and things I still know now, at the age of 25 x 2. But I know something else as well: there's a place in most of us where the rain is pretty much constant, the shadows are always long, and the woods are full of monsters. It is good to have a voice in which the terrors of such a place can be articulated and its geography partially described, without denying the sunshine and clarity that fill so much of our ordinary lives. (viii)"
Author: Stephen King
43. "De vreme ce apari?iile noastre, adica partea din noi care apare, sunt atât de trecatoare, comparate cu cealalta, partea nevazuta din noi, care se întinde departe, înseamna ca partea nevazuta poate supravie?ui, poate fi cumva recuperata, ata?ata unei persoane sau alteia, sau poate chiar bântui anumite locuri, dupa moarte."
Author: Virginia Woolf
44. "Be realized when, in 1937, I introduced him in New York City, to Colonel Boris Bykov. At St. Matthews Court, Collins lived alone. He was separated from his wife (he has since married Susan B. Anthony III). He had a son about ten years old whom I met once when he was visiting his father (on some holiday"
Author: Whittaker Chambers
45. "III"
Author: William H. Armstrong
46. "O God, that men should put an enemy in their mouths to steal away their brains!" - Cassio (Act II, Scene iii)"
Author: William Shakespeare
47. "Reputation is an idle and most false imposition; oft got without merit, and lost without deserving.(Iago, Act II, scene iii)"
Author: William Shakespeare
48. "All days are nights to see till I see thee, And nights bright days when dreams do show thee to me. ~Sonnet XLIII"
Author: William Shakespeare
49. "This book is intended for use in English courses in which the practice of composition is combined with the study of literature. It aims to give in a brief space the principal requirements of plain English style. It aims to lighten the task of instructor and student by concentrating attention (in Chapters II and III) on a few essentials, the rules of usage and principles of composition most commonly violated. The numbers of the sections may be used as references in correcting manuscript."
Author: William Strunk Jr.
50. "Mnie Bóg, w zyciu moim, nigdy nie byl potrzebny - od najwczesniejszego dziecinstwa, ani przez piec minut - bylem zawsze samowystarczalny. / I have never in my life needed God - from the infancy, since I was 5, I was self-sufficient. (Dziennik 1956, XVIII Niedziela)"
Author: Witold Gombrowicz

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