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1. "The boys still sang their horrible song about Linda. Sometimes, too, they laughed at him for being so ragged. When he tore his clothes, Linda did not know how to mend them. In the Other Place, she told him, people threw away clothes with holes in them and got new ones. "Rags, rags!" the boys used to shout at him. "But I can read," he said to himself, "and they can't. They don't even know what reading is." It was fairly easy, if he thought hard enough about the reading, to pretend that he didn't mind when they made fun of him. He asked Linda to give him the book again.The more the boys pointed and sang, the harder he read."
Author: Aldous Huxley
2. "But usually, I watched Linda read. I couldn't believe she'd read so much in summer! Sometimes she laughed, reading her book, and one time she even cried. I didn't know how anyone could make such a big deal about books."
Author: Alex Flinn
3. "Lumea ingerilor - mundus imaginalis - sta ca o oglinda intre lumea lui Dumnezeu si lumea oamenilor, aducindu-le pe amindoua intr-o nesperata contiguitate. Lumea ingerilor aduce in acelasi plan 'vazutele si nevazutele' (visibilia et invisibilia) distantele ireconciliabile, dihotomiile,"
Author: Andrei Ple?u
4. "Willy: I am building something with this firm, Ben, and if a man is building something he must be on the right track, mustn't he?Ben: What are you building? Lay your hand on it. where is it?Willy [hesitantly]: That's true, Linda, there's nothing."
Author: Arthur Miller
5. "Linda felt small.The houses aroung her were mostly two-stories, not big by any means, but it wasn't her surroundings making her feel this way. She'd been so stupid, and her huge mistake made her feel as if she were shrinking - fast - into the pavement, where she should remain for several lifetimes, mistaken for a filthy wad of chewing gum."
Author: Beck Sherman
6. "Se le puede decir a una mujer que es linda varias veces sin que se lo crea, pero basta decirle que es fea sólo una para que jamás lo olvide."
Author: Carolina Pineda
7. "One more thing: Linda, can you get to Canterbury and take over my Chaucerian Society? They're at Dovecote Hostelry in the old city. We're visiting all the scenes of the great murders. Tomorrow they want to see where Becket was killed. They're a bloodthirsty lot, it seems."
Author: Cinda Williams Chima
8. "… eram prea tanara atunci sa-mi dau seama cum simple considerente geografice sau temporale puteau sa separe oamenii. Acestea sunt motivele pentru care n-ar fi trebuit sa ma intreb ce m-am intrebat mai apoi, in timp ce ma uitam la reflexiile noastre sparte in oglinda – daca exista oare ceva, chiar si ghinionul, care san e tina legate una de cealalta in toti anii care aveau sa urmeze."
Author: Curtis Sittenfeld
9. "Twenty minutes later, I walk out of Melinda's hotel with a plate of finger sandwiches, a bag of prostitute clothes, and a weird wedge on my head that makes me look like you could tip me upside down and fill it with cream of mushroom.I need another donut."
Author: Cyn Balog
10. "Cica in fiecare grasan se afla cate-un slabanog care se lupta sa iasa la lumina, iar eu unul ii aud strigatele inabusite ori de cate ori ma uit in oglinda."
Author: David Lodge
11. "Kusaliti nchi, ambayo majeshi ya ulinzi na usalama yameundwa kuilinda, ni miongoni mwa makosa makubwa kabisa kuweza kufanywa na mtu! Adhabu yake ni kifungo cha maisha jela, au kunyongwa hadi kufa."
Author: Enock Maregesi
12. "Usalama wa Taifa ni akili si ukali. Kazi yake, au wajibu wake; ni kukusanya, kuchanganua, kudurusu na kuunganisha kwa makini, taarifa nyeti za kijasusi za ndani na nje ya nchi kuilinda Tanzania na watu wake. Ukitaka kuwa na akili kuwa kawaida. Ukitaka kuwa na nguvu kuwa mkarimu. Ukitaka kuwa tajiri kuwa tajiri wa unyenyekevu."
Author: Enock Maregesi
13. "El amor no esta en la mente ni en el corazón, no esta en un lugar físico, sino en uno invisible, que no se ve, que no se puede palpar o tocar, que solo se puede sentir, como si hubiera llenado un espacio que antes estaba vacío, hueco, pero que ahora al sentirlo es como si se hubiera colmado de sensaciones lindas, hermosas, como cuando alguien planta una flor en un jardín, y este espacio queda lleno de alegría y color y da sentido a su existencia."
Author: F.J. Vizcarra
14. "The best walk is where you get lost then return."this reminds me of all the random hikes i take that make my soul happy and days when i was little that mom would take us out for sunday drives with the purpose of getting lost just because the adventure was fun (i still enjoy this...) love my mom. thanks, linda :)"
Author: Geoff Nicholson
15. "Galinda didn't see the verdant world through the glass of the carriage; she saw her own reflection instead. She had the nearsightedness of youth. She reasoned that because she was beautiful she was significant, though what she signified, and to whom, was not clear yet...She was, after all, on her way to Shiz because she was smart. But there was more than one way to be smart."
Author: Gregory Maguire
16. "Without Melinda, you'd have no Camus."I exhale. "I know." I know it to my fucking bones."
Author: Hannah Moskowitz
17. "Hay una realidad que demuestra la verdad de un hecho. Porque nuestra memoria y nuestros sentidos son demasiado inseguros, demasiado parciales. Incluso podemos afirmar que muchas veces es imposible discernir hasta qué punto un hecho que creemos percibir es real y a partir de qué punto sólo creemos que lo es. Así que para preservar la realidad como tal, necesitamos otra realidad -una realidad colindante- que la relativice. Pero, a su vez, esta realidad colindante necesita una base para relativizarse a sí misma. Es decir, que hay otra realidad colindante que demuestra, a su vez, que ésta es real. Y esta cadena se extiende indefinidamente dentro de nuestra conciencia y, en un cierto sentido, puede afirmarse que es a través de esta sucesión, a través de la conservación de esta cadena, como adquirimos conciencia de nuestra existencia misma. Pero si esta cadena, casualmente, se rompe, quedamos desconcertados. ¿La realidad está al otro lado del eslabón roto? ¿Está a este lado?"
Author: Haruki Murakami
18. "They stopped in front of a two-storey brick building quintessentially Swedish, Linda thought. Wherever you go in this country the houses all look the same. The central square in Vasteras could be replaced withthe one in Orebro, this Skurup apartment building could as easily be in Sollentuna."
Author: Henning Mankell
19. "In addition to Linda and me, there's a brother, a strange little guy named Bradley, obsessed with his own cowboy boots. He paces areound and around the house, staring at his feet and humming the G. I. Joe song from the television commmercial. He is the ringleader of a neighborhood gang of tiny boys, four-year olds, who throw dirt and beat each other with sticks all day long. In the evenings he comes to dinner with an imaginnary friend named Charcoal.'Charcoal really needs a bath', my mother says, spooning Spaghettios onto his plate. His hands are perfectly clean right up to the wrists and the center of his face is cleared so we can see what he looks like. The rest of him is dirt."
Author: Jo Ann Beard
20. "Tinha a beleza de Linda um doce alumbre de melancolia, que não era tristeza, pois coavam-se através dos inefáveis contentamentos de sua alma; era sim matiz, que lhe aveludava a graça e influía-lhe um mavioso enlevo. Irmã das flores que vivem nos recessos da floresta, onde se coalham em sombra luminosa os raios filtrados pelo crivo das folhas, respira essa beleza o perfume casto da violeta e da baunilha.Não se admira a mulher que a possui, porque não exerce a fascinação esplêndida das formosuras que cintilam; mas adora-se de joelhos, porque ela tem a santidade do amor."
Author: José De Alencar
21. "Bundan sonra ne yapilmasi gerekliydi.Simdi gidip Morgan'la konusmali miydi*Tam olarak ne söyleyecekti?"Kendini kusturmaktan vazgeç,tatlim.Dislerine zarar veriyor."Ya da belki,"AKLINDAN NELER GEÇIRIYORDUN?" Veya dürüst olup,"Sana çok agir,çok derin ve telafi edilemez hayal kirikliklari yasattigim için üzgünüm"mü demeliydi."
Author: Juliette Fay
22. "Does Chloe remind you of anyone?"One corner of his mouth lifted. "Linda Blair in The Exorcist?"Seth!"He laughed. "All right, then, maybe a little bit of a stretch. Who did you have in mind?"Me."His eyes widened. "Good God, I'd almost have Linda Blair."
Author: Karen Robards
23. "And that reminds me of another memorable thing Linda once said to me: "There's so much strength in vulnerability. It's the ultimate gift you can give yourself because you allow yourself to open up; to invite someone in."
Author: Kat Von D
24. "Once," Balinda begins softly, "when I was in the emergency room with my mother they brought in a murderer who had been shot and was dying, right there in front of us. I watched as the nurse touched his face and reassured him and I could not believe they were being so nice to him.""What happened?" Jill asked."My mother rose up, took my arm, gripped it as if she was a weight lifter and said, 'he was a beautiful baby once and his mother loved him'."
Author: Kris Radish
25. "I'm interested in just about anything that's right for my voice, and that's a good fit for my personality in the part as well. 'Evita' has always been a dream part for me, but it's really, really high to sing. I'd love to do Elphaba - heck, I'd even do Glinda. For me, I'd do anything to get into 'Wicked!'"
Author: Lea Salonga
26. "I have a surfboard that says 'Linda Hunt Choice TV Actress: Action.' I am an action star! I don't know what that is about, but I like it."
Author: Linda Hunt
27. "[W]hat people truly desire is access to the knowledge and information that ultimately lead to a better life--the collected wisdom of the ages found only in one place: a well-stocked library.To the teachers and librarians and everyone on the frontlines of bringing literature to young people: I know you have days when your work seems humdrum, or unappreciated, or embattled, and I hope on those days you will take a few moments to reflect with pride on the importance of the work you do. For it is indeed of enormous importance--the job of safeguarding and sharing the world's wisdom.All of you are engaged in the vital task of providing the next generation with the tools they will need to save the world. The ability to read and access information isn't just a power--it's a superpower. Which means that you aren't just heroes--you're superheroes. I believe that with all my heart.[Source: Park, Linda Sue. "Writer vs. Author." Horn Book Magazine (Nov/Dec 2013), p. 28)"
Author: Linda Sue Park
28. "Since the first human eye saw a leaf in Devonian sandstone and a puzzled fingerreached to touch it, sadness has lain over the heart of man. By this tenuousthread of living protoplasm, stretching backward into time, we are linked forever to lost beaches whose sands have long since hardened into stone. The stars that caught our blindamphibian stare have shifted far or vanished in their courses, but still that naked, glistening thread winds onward. No one knows the secret of its beginning or its end. Itsforms are phantoms. The thread alone is real; the thread is life."
Author: Loren Eiseley
29. "Suzanne trabaja media jornada. Odia a su padre. Y se odia a sí misma por no plantarle cara. Se lamenta de todo.—Pero adoro a Melinda —dice—. Es el toque de belleza en medio de tanta fealdad."
Author: Markus Zusak
30. "No es que crea que soy una especie de premio.No, espera, eso no es verdad. Sí creo que soy una especie de premio. Soy inteligente y ocasionalmente graciosa y linda. No veo porque debería pasar largas citas con un tipo que se expresa en una sola sílaba y quiere ver películas de terror."
Author: Michael Grant
31. "It doesn't seem real," said Linda. "None of this. It's like we're all dreaming or something. Or maybe we really are dead." "Nah," said Patsy, fluffing her bleach-blond curls. "If this was heaven there'd be more naked men."
Author: Michele Bardsley
32. "Well, I like how people talk. I like language. You know, Linda Richman spoke in Yiddish."
Author: Mike Myers
33. "Linda's presentation of the 'facts' had been so gruesome that the children left Alconleigh howling dismally, their nerves permanently impaired, their future chances of a sane and happy sex life much reduced."
Author: Nancy Mitford
34. "Belinda stared into the fire for some time, thinking about what she had in her life, and what she had given up; and whether it would be worse to love someone who was no longer there, or not to love someone who was."
Author: Neil Gaiman
35. "Linda seemed to recognize loneliness. Possibly she could see it sitting opposite her, sipping lager and trying not to lose its temper. It was an illness, loneliness--it made you weak, gullible, feebleminded."
Author: Nick Hornby
36. "She liked a very particular kind of plot: the sort where the pirate kidnaps some virgin damsel, rapes her into loving him, and then dispatches lots of seamen while she polishes his cutlass. Or where the Highland clan leader kidnaps some virginal English Rose, rapes her into loving him, and then kills entire armies Sassenachs while she stuffs his haggis. Or where the Native American warrior kidnaps a virginal white settler, rapes her into loving him, and then kills a bunch of colonists while she whets his tomahawk. I hated to get Freudian on Linda, but her reading patterns suggested some interesting insight into why she is such a bitch."
Author: Nicole Peeler
37. "Wah ini mudah. "Pasti Mbak tau kok," ujarku yakin. "Laki-laki, namanya Ardian, tadi dia ke sini pakai celana jeans dan kemeja hitam."Melihat si Mbak Linda mengerutkan kening, aku kemudian menambahkan. "Dia ganteng mbak. Seberapa banyak nasabah mbak yang ganteng hari ini?"
Author: Nina Ardianti
38. "Don't be silly," Linda said. "Emily knew all the time." Emily pulled an old flowerpot out of her way. "Let's look for the box," said Linda. "I'm looking," Emily said. "It's right here. In the corner." Emily leaned over. On"
Author: Patricia Reilly Giff
39. "Paul's last words to Linda: "You're up on your? beautiful Appaloosa stallion. It's a fine spring day. We're riding through the woods. The bluebells are all out, and the sky is clear-blue"."
Author: Paul McCartney
40. "My acting career began when I walked into a drama school class run by Anna Scher in Islington. Anna discovered a lot of people: Linda Robson, Pauline Quirke, Gary and Martin Kemp, and Dexter Fletcher were among my contemporaries."
Author: Phil Daniels
41. "...bahkan karang pun akan pecah bila terlindas sesuatu yang tak terbayangkan beratnya."
Author: Prisca Primasari
42. "— Archer no es lindo —ella me corrigió. —Los cachorritos son lindos. Los bebés son lindos. Yo soy linda. Archer Cross está terriblemente bueno. Y ni siquiera me gustan los chicos"
Author: Rachel Hawkins
43. "I stare at her. I've always known that it's impossible to argue with Belinda, not because she's particularly good at it, but because she's so bad at it- that there is no common ground to work from. She simply sees the world she wants to see it and no amount of logic can change her mind."
Author: Rick Yancey
44. "I completed medical school at Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1984."
Author: Samuel Wilson
45. "Linda hatte viele Narben. Die meisten von ihnen waren größer als die auf der Stirn und schlechter verheilt, denn sie lagen an Stellen, an die keine Wundsalbe und kein Chirurg jemals herankommen würden: tief unten, verborgen im Seelengewebe ihrer Psyche."
Author: Sebastian Fitzek
46. "You are so vicious. (Tee)Hence the nickname. (Syd)You know it's bad when you make me look like Glinda the Good Witch, right? (Tee)Just call me Elphaba. But don't drop a house on me, ‘kay? (Syd)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
47. "GLINDA: Well,I'm a public figure now! People expect me to--ELPHABA: Lie?GLINDA: (fiercely) Be encouraging! And what exactly have you been doing? Besides riding on around on that filthy thing!ELPHABA: Well, we can't all come and go by bubble. Whose invention was that, the Wizard's? Of course, even if it wasn't, I'm sure he'd still take credit for it.GLINDA: Yes, well, a lot of us are taking things that don't belong to us, aren't we?Uh oh! The two stare daggers at each other, then...ELPHABA: Now, wait just a clock-tick. I know it's difficult for that blissful blonde brain of yours to comprehend that someone like him could actually choose someone like me!But it's happened. It's real. And you can wave that ridiculous wand all you want, you can't change it! He never belonged to you -- he doesn't love you, he never did! He loves me!"
Author: Stephen Schwartz
48. "Así es. Todas las muchachas lindas son una trampa y los hombres esperan que lo sean."
Author: Tennessee Williams
49. "Linda was nine then, as I was, but we were in had all the shadings and complexities of mature adult love and maybe more, because there were not yet words for it, and because it was not yet fixed to comparisons or chronologies or the ways by which adults measure such things...I just loved her. Even then, at nine years old, I wanted to live inside her body. I wanted to melt into her bones -- that kind of love."
Author: Tim O'Brien
50. "DIALÉTICAÉ claro que a vida é boaE a alegria, a única indizível emoçãoÉ claro que te acho lindaEm ti bendigo o amor das coisas simplesÉ claro que te amoE tenho tudo para ser felizMas acontece que sou triste..."
Author: Vinicius De Moraes

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