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1. "Aber eigentlich müsste ich inzwischen genug über Verluste wissen, um zu begreifen, dass man nie wirklich aufhört, jemanden zu vermissen - man lernt lediglich, mit dem riesigen, klaffenden Loch seiner Abwesenheit zu leben."
Author: Alyson Noel
2. "J'ai tendu des cordes de clocher a clocher; des guirlandes de fenetre a fenetre; des chaines d'or d'etoile a etoile, et je danse."
Author: Arthur Rimbaud
3. "Die, welche schwierige, dunkle, verflochtene, zweideutige Reden zusammensetzen, wissen ganz gewiss nicht recht, was sie sagen wollen, sondern haben nur ein dumpfes, nach einem Gedanken erst ringendes Bewusstsein davon; oft aber wollen sie sich selber und anderen verbergen, dass sie eigentlich nichts zu sagen haben."
Author: Arthur Schopenhauer
4. "You're giving up the hunt for de Taillebourg?' Thomas asked. He had learned the priest's name from Robbie. 'No.' Robbie still had his head back as he stared at the magnificence of the transept's ceiling. 'I'll find him and then I'll gralloch the bastard.' Thomas did not know what gralloch meant, but decided the word was bad news for de Taillebourg."
Author: Bernard Cornwell
5. "The inclination to believe in the fantastic may strike some as a failure in logic, or gullibility, but it's really a gift. A world that might have Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster is clearly superior to one that definitely does not."
Author: Chris Van Allsburg
6. "Es ist nicht leicht in Berlin, und das Leben fordert den ganzen Menschen. Das Jahr geht vom Winterschlaf in die Frühjahrsmüdigkeit, von der Frühjahrsmüdigkeit ins Sommerloch, vom Sommerloch in die Herbstdepression und dann direkt in den Winterschlaf über - und zwischendurch gibt's Momente, die sind gut."
Author: Christiane Rösinger
7. "Quel guillochis oeuvre par la providence que la vie de l'homme! par combien de voies secretes et contraires les circonstances diverses ne precipitent-elles pas nos affections! aujourd'hui nous aimons ce que demain nous hairons,aujourd'hui nous recherchons ce que nous fuirons demain,aujourd'hui nous desirons ce que demain nous fera peur..."
Author: Daniel Defoe
8. "At Loch Mor we walked down a spongy hill to a valley. The sun was dropping then dropped, leaving a sky of frilly reds. The moon appeared too soon. The valley sloped around a teardrop-shaped lake, pink with the bizarre fuchsia bursts of the late-coming sunset. Violet heather bruised the green weedy ground as we jumped down. This was a place conceived in a burst of emotion by a melancholy boy."
Author: Dave Eggers
9. "Insight roams the sea of the unconscious like the Loch Ness monster, a rumor whose wake occasionally becomes visible, but even then it's mystifying and scarcely believed."
Author: Diane Ackerman
10. "Good Timber by Douglas MallochThe tree that never had to fightFor sun and sky and air and light,But stood out in the open plainAnd always got its share of rain,Never became a forest kingBut lived and died a scrubby thing.The man who never had to toilTo gain and farm his patch of soil,Who never had to win his shareOf sun and sky and light and air,Never became a manly manBut lived and died as he began.Good timber does not grow with ease:The stronger wind, the stronger trees;The further sky, the greater length;The more the storm, the more the strength.By sun and cold, by rain and snow,In trees and men good timbers grow.Where thickest lies the forest growth,We find the patriarchs of both.And they hold counsel with the starsWhose broken branches show the scarsOf many winds and much of strife.This is the common law of life."
Author: Douglas Malloch
11. "Quand il m'arrive de sentir que mon temps est peu de chose, je pense à celui qui s'écoule simultanément dans bien des endroits du monde et qui passe près du mien : ce sont des arbres qui chassent des pollens, des femmes qui attendent une rupture des eaux, un garçon qui étudie un vers de Dante, mille cloches de récréation qui sonnent dans toutes les écoles du monde, du vin qui fermente au soutirage, toutes choses qui arrivent au même moment et qui, alliant leur temps au mien, lui donnent de l'ampleur. (p. 106)"
Author: Erri De Luca
12. "A theist can't empirically prove that God exists but he believes in God because no one can allegedly disprove God's existence. By his logic, you must believe in anything you can't disprove. That means all things are real until disproved--including the tooth fairy, the Loch Ness Monster, Santa Claus, the Flying Spaghetti Monster, etc."
Author: G.M. Jackson
13. "Or awa' upon Islay, in January, the wind was honed to a cutting edge across the queer flatness of Loch Gorm and the strand and fields 'round. The roe deer had taken shelter in good time and the brown trout had sought deeper waters. An auld ram alone huddled against the wind, that had swept clear the skies even of eagle, windcuffer, and goose. The scent of saltwater rode the wind over the freshwater loch, and the dry field-grasses rattled, and there was the memory of peat upon the air: a whisky wind in Islay. The River Leòig was forced back upon itself as the wind whipped the loch to whitecaps; only the cairn and the Standing Stones stood unyielding in the blast as of old."
Author: G.M.W. Wemyss
14. "Tu as tout à apprendre, tout ce qui ne s'apprend pas: la solitude, l'indifférence, la patience, le silence. Tu dois te déshabituer de tout: d'aller à la rencontre de ceux que si longtemps tu as côtoyés, de prendre tes repas, tes cafés à la place que chaque jour d'autres ont retenue pour toi, ont parfois défendue pour toi, de traîner dans la complicité fade des amitiés qui n'en finissent pas de se survivre, dans la rancoeur opportuniste et lâche des liaisons qui s'effilochent."
Author: Georges Perec
15. "Somewhere near the Alamo, a bugle brayed: either that or McCulloch's men had found some reason to torture a poor, defenseless donkey."
Author: Harry Turtledove
16. "Tant que mes jambes me permettent de fuir, tant quemes bras me permettent de combattre, tant quel'expérience que j'ai du monde me permet de savoirce que je peux craindre ou désirer, nulle crainte : jepuis agir. Mais lorsque le monde des hommes mecontraint à observer ses lois, lorsque mon désir briseson front contre le monde des interdits, lorsque mesmains et mes jambes se trouvent emprisonnées dansles fers implacables des préjugés et des cultures,alors je frissonne, je gémis et je pleure. Espace, jet'ai perdu et je rentre en moi-même. Je m'enferme aufaite de mon clocher où, la tête dans les nuages, jefabrique l'art, la science et la folie."
Author: Henri Laborit
17. "In dieser Traumwelt lebte er mehr als in der wirklichen Welt: Schulsaal, Klosterhof,… war nur Oberfläche, nur eine dünne Haut über der traumgefüllten, ünerwirklichen Bilderwelt. Ein nichts war genug, um in diese dünne Haut ein Loch zu stossen, und hinter der friedlichen dürren Wirklichkeit die tosenden Abgründe, Ströme und Milchstrassen jener Seelenbilderwelt zu entfachen."
Author: Hermann Hesse
18. "As those of you with children know, rational parenting is like the Loch Ness Monster. We all hope it's out there somewhere, but we don't know anyone who has actually discovered it (and if we do come across someone who claims to have found it, deep down we think that person is a little off."
Author: Holly Sprink
19. "Antilochus! You're the most appalling driver in the world! Go to hell!"
Author: Homer
20. "Non vedi laggiù la stretta viaCosì angusta, circondata da spine e da rovi?E' il sentiero della Virtù,Sebbene così pochi lo ricerchino.E non vedi laggiù quell'ampia, ampia strada,Che si snoda attraverso il campo di gigli?E' il sentiero della Malvagità,Sebbene alcuni lo chiamino la Via del Paradiso.E non vedi laggiù un grazioso viottoloChe serpeggia sull'erta tra le felci?E' il sentiero verso la magica Terra degli ElfiDove tu e io questa notte avremo riposo."
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
21. "I never knew I liked to be outside so much. I never knew I liked lochs and views and that, but I could seriously handle living in a cottage by the side of somewhere like this."The Panopticon"
Author: Jenn Fagan
22. "Sean Connery, in Vyshny Volochyokin the rain on a drizzly solo trek, said, "forgetting my sweater has made me much wetter. I certainly do miss my polo-neck."- Arthur Shappey, Limerick, Cabin Pressure"
Author: John David Finnemore
23. "Nagle Trójka Karo uderzyla w placz.- Tak bym chcia... - zaszlochala.Dziewiatka otoczyla ja ramieniem i Trójka Karo dokonczyla:- Tak bardzo bym chciala sie obudzic... Ale jestem obudzona.Wyrazila dokladnie to, co sam czulem."
Author: Jostein Gaarder
24. "One begins to go about with the sluggish step of a philosopher or a clochard, as more and more vital gestures become reduced to mere instincts of preservation, to a conscience more alert not to be deceived than to grasp truth."
Author: Julio Cortázar
25. "Old Woman Nora of Loch LomondTo her three wee Grandaughters one cold night."
Author: Karen Hawkins
26. "Once ye made up yer mind to do somethin', 'tis better t'stumble o'er the small hillock of jump-ahead than t'bash yer head on the jagged rocks of did-nothing.Old Woman Nora of Loch Lomand to her three wee granddaughtersone cold evening"
Author: Karen Hawkins
27. "Berlinerinnen also continue to reinvent Berlin fashion. Women like Claudia Skoda, c.neeon (Clara Kraetsch and Doreen Schultz), Stadtkluft (Claudine Brignot of urbanspeed and Sandra Siewert of s.wert) and Natascha Loch carry on the tradition of Berliner Chic and carry its meanings into today's fashion. Berlinerinnen will always be ready to wear: the women who live in the city, are photographed in its streets, wear local brands and give Berlin fashion its reputation as exigeant and schraeg. Without all of these women, there would be no Berliner Chic, and so it is to them that this project is dedicated."
Author: Katrina Sark
28. "She is beautiful, isn't she? (Lochlan)Like the first day of spring after a long, harsh winter. (Sin)"
Author: Kinley MacGregor
29. "Heard from whom? (Lochlan)From me, you worthless lickspittle. So tell me what miracle dragged the three of you from your holes and got your lazy hides all the way here. And a day early, no less. (Sin)"
Author: Kinley MacGregor
30. "Nay! Can it be Braden's made it a whole hour without a woman? Quick, Lochlan, send for a healer afore he collapses from the stress of celibacy. (Ewan)Now, that's no joking matter. It's not good for a man to go too long without a woman. His juices back up and before you know it, he turns into a soured, ill-tempered beastie…So that's what happened to you! Come. We'd best find you a woman quickly before you get any worse. (Braden)"
Author: Kinley MacGregor
31. "I love you, Lochlan," she said, hating the fact that her voice broke as she spoke the words. "I will always love you and you alone."
Author: Kinley MacGregor
32. "Where is Sin's plaid? (Lochlan)Plaid cloth is for people of true Scots blood, Lochlan. They are not for half-blooded Sassenachs. (Aisleen)(He had found Sin later that day, alone in their room. Sin had been sitting in the middle of the floor with his arm cut open while he let blood trail from the wound into a bowl.)What are you doing? (Lochlan)I'm trying to get rid of the English blood in me, but it doesn't look any different than yours. How can I make it go away when I can't find the difference? (Sin)"
Author: Kinley MacGregor
33. "Nay, Father. You've a wedding to be about. I want no one to ever question my right to this lady again. (Ewan)Ewan. You'll pass out before it's through. (Lochlan)Then toss some water on my face, prop me up and make sure I say ‘I do' when I need to. (Ewan)"
Author: Kinley MacGregor
34. "It seems the women have decided I must put a stop to the feud against the MacDouglas or else they'll serve us no more. (Lochlan)In any capacity. (Ewan)By Satan's hairy toes, Sin, it appears I've died and gone to hell. (Braden)"
Author: Kinley MacGregor
35. "Clumsy? Why, I've had more women than you, you whelp. Well. Maybe not more than you, but certainly more than Ewan. (Lochlan)That's not saying much. My left boot has had more women than Ewan. (Braden)"
Author: Kinley MacGregor
36. "Is that a threat? You're but one man against all of us. (Fergus)Aye. I'm one man with a full garrison of troops sitting rather nicely entrenched on my English lands. Trained knights and soldiers ready to march at my command. You touch one hair on Lochlan's head and I can promise you, I'll see every one of you in your grave. (Braden)"
Author: Kinley MacGregor
37. "It is a bad indication when, in any period, men will so exalt their confessions that they force the Scriptures to a secondary importance, illustrated in one era, when as Tulloch remarks: 'Scripture as a witness, disappeared behind the Augsburg Confession" ...No decrees of councils; no ordinances of synods; no "standard" of doctrines; no creed or confession, is to be urged as authority in forming the opinions of men. They may be valuable for some purposes, but not for this; they may be referred to as interesting parts of history, but not to form the faith of Christians; they may be used in the church to express its belief, not to form it."
Author: L.S. Chafer
38. "Du kennst doch bestimmt den Spruch, dass Gott die Menschen nach seinem Ebenbild erschaffen hat. Guck dich mal um! Wenn man davon ausgeht, dass Gott ein Arschloch ist, ergibt das plötzlich mächtig viel Sinn."
Author: Marc Uwe Kling
39. "Arschloch ???? ?? ?? ??????? ???????? "??????". ???? ???? ????? ?? ????? ??????? ????? ????????. ?? ?? ?????? ?????? ??????."
Author: Markus Zusak
40. "She stood up and took the book from him, and as he smiled over his shoulder at some other kids, she threw it away and kicked him as hard as she could in the vicinity of the groin.Well, as you might imagine, Ludwig Schmeikl certainly buckled, and on the way down, he was punched in the ear. When he landed, he was set upon. When he was set upon, he was slapped and clawed and obliterated by a girl who was utterly consumed with rage. His skin was so warm and soft. Her knuckles and fingernails were so frighteningly tough, despite their smallness.You Saukerl." Her voice, too, was able to scratch him. "You Arschloch. Can you spell Arschloch for me?"
Author: Markus Zusak
41. "Ah, Maura, ye were right," he whispered. "All those years ago ye were right."Alexander leaned forward, and Lochiel waved his hand in a dismissing gesture. "'Tis naught but somethin' Maura said tae me on our weddin' night. She said we Highlanders possess the pride o' lions. Like lions, we nae fear tae temper our actions, only pride tae govern them."
Author: Marsha Canham
42. "Man geht auf ein Loch zu, weiß, dass man hineinfallen wird, und fällt hinein."
Author: Martin Walser
43. "Dala by som cokolvek, keby na miesto toho, aby som bola stosedemdesiatpät centimetrov vysokou princeznou s plochou hrudou, som mohla byt stošestdesiatpät centimetrovým normálnym dievcatom s prsiami. COKOLVEK."
Author: Meg Cabot
44. "You must talk to me, Caravaggio. Or am I just a book? Something to be read, some creature to be tempted out of a loch and shot full of morphine, full of corridors, lies, loose vegetation, pockets of stones."
Author: Michael Ondaatje
45. "Sonnez, grelots; sonnez, clochettes; sonnez, cloches!Car mon rêve impossible a pris corps et je l'aiEntre mes bras pressé : le Bonheur, cet ailéVoyageur qui de l'Homme évite les approches,- Sonnez grelots; sonnez, clochettes, sonnez, cloches!Le Bonheur a marché côte à côte avec moi;Mais la FATALITÉ ne connaît point de trêve :Le ver est dans le fruit, le réveil dans le rêve,Et le remords est dans l'amour : telle est la loi.- Le Bonheur a marché côte à côte avec moi."
Author: Paul Verlaine
46. "His concept of allochrony - initially introduced shyly as 'untimeliness', then later radicalized to an exit from modernity - is based on the idea, as suggestive as it is fantastic, that antiquity has no need of repetitions enacted in subsequent periods, because it 'essentially' returns constantly on its own strength. In other words, antiquity - or the ancient - is not an overcome phase of cultural development that is only represented in the collective memory and can be summoned by the wilfulness of education. It is rather a kind of constant present - a depth time, a nature time, a time of being - that continues underneath the theatre of memory and innovation that occupies cultural time."
Author: Peter Sloterdijk
47. "Though if love was an animal, Garret knew, it would probably be the Loch Ness Monster. If it didn't exist, that didn't matter. People made models of it, put it in the water, and took photos. The hoax of it was good enough. The idea of it. Though some people feared it, wished it would just go away, had their lives insured against being eaten alive by it."
Author: Tao Lin
48. "Belinsky: 'Who is this Moloch that eats his children?'Herzen: 'It's the Ginger Cat."
Author: Tom Stoppard
49. "Or, donner la grosse cloche en mariage à Quasimodo, c'était donner Juliette à Roméo."
Author: Victor Hugo
50. "… as though it had known to the second when I was to enter, had waited there during that entire twelve miles behind that walking mule and watched me draw nearer and nearer and enter the door at last as it had know (ay, decreed, since there is that justice whose Moloch's palate-paunch makes no distinction between gristle bone and tender flesh) that I would enter — …"
Author: William Faulkner

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