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1. "Since Betty was on the pill or took precautions of her own which Graham did not choose to enquire into, the marital bed was untrammelled by tedious prophylaxis so that what Graham had been expecting to find an onerous and even distasteful duty unexpectedly partook of a freedom and absence of restraint that he found exhilerating."
Author: Alan Bennett
2. "Look, look,' cried the count, seizing the young man's hands - "look, for on my soul it is curious. Here is a man who had resigned himself to his fate, who was going to the scaffold to die - like a coward, it is true, but he was about to die without resistance. Do you know what gave him strength? - do you know what consoled him? It was, that another partook of his punishment - that another partook of his anguish - that another was to die before him. Lead two sheep to the butcher's, two oxen to the slaughterhouse, and make one of them understand that his companion will not die; the sheep will bleat for pleasure, the ox will bellow with joy. But man - man, who God created in his own image - man, upon whom God has laid his first, his sole commandment, to love his neighbour - man, to whom God has given a voice to express his thoughts - what is his first cry when he hears his fellowman is saved? A blasphemy. Honour to man, this masterpiece of nature, this king of the creation!"
Author: Alexandre Dumas
3. "C'était ainsi que les Noirs parlaient du maire [noir] de Chicago, avec une familiarité et une affection normalement réversées à un parent. On voyait sa photo partout: chez le cordonnier et dans les salons de beauté; ou encore collée sur les poteaux des lampadaires depuis la dernière campagne; et jusque dans les vitrines des blanchisseurs coréens et des épiciers arabes, exposée en bonne place tel un totem protecteur. Cette photo me regardait à présent, du haut du mur de la boutique: une belle tête grisonnante, des sourcils et une moustache en broussaille, une étincelle dans les yeux."
Author: Barack Obama
4. "I versi partono da una testa e arrivano ad un'altra su una traiettoria invisibile e producono la vita impalpabile delle emozioni: graffi sull'anima prodotti da sogni lucidi che lanciano una solida gomena fra quello che siamo e quello che siamo stati, fra noi e noi a ricordarci che la via più breve, dalla testa al cuore, è sempre un'arabesco."
Author: Barbara Frediani
5. "Tolérance: Système impie et contraire aux vues du clergé ; il ne peut être adopté que par quelques chrétiens peu zêlés, qui trahissant les intérêts de l'église prétendent qu'il serait bon de laisser chacun rêver à sa manière sur des choses surtout que personne n'entend. L'église connaît ses intérêts mieux que personne, jamais elle ne s'est prêtée à une tolérance parfaite ; les sectes se sont partout haïes, persécutées, exterminées, et nous avons lieu d'espérer que cela continuera de même jusqu'à la fin des siècles, si l'église va jusque-là."
Author: Baron D'Holbach
6. "It's over," Keelie said.Too bad. But I want you to know, I will always love you."She narrowed her eyes and said, "When you look at me and say that, are you thinking of Dolly Parton or Whitney Houston?"Burt Reynolds," he said.She nearly spit out her coffee when she laughed, then she said, "That almost makes me want to try again."
Author: Becky Cochrane
7. "Is the Lord's Supper only for Christians? Whenever I ask this question I immediately remember the character of those that partook of the Last Supper with Jesus. They were certainly Jews, some better Jews than others, but Jesus shared this meal knowingly even with Judas. Or again consider the Emmaus Road encounter. Jesus shares this meal with those who had given up on his being the One to redeem Israel, who were leaving Jerusalem downcast and disappointed, and who were oblivious to the fact that it was Jesus who was speaking and sharing with them! There has to be a balance in the liturgy to help the congregation make a decision if they themselves are ready to partake of this Meal in a worthy manner (hence the 'ye who do truly and earnestly repent' clause), while at the same time joyfully welcoming all who are willing and ready and able to do so."
Author: Ben Witherington III
8. "Deja que toda tu nostalgia emigre, todos tus cabos sueltos; comienza, todos los días en el parto."
Author: Carlos Fuentes
9. "E' curioso il modo che ha il destino di venire sotto forma di tempo. Anzi lo sarebbe, se non fosse che ce l'ha per vizio. Se uno, al momento del fatto che gli cambia la vita, buttasse l'occhio all'orologio, vedrebbe le lancette che ripartono da uno zero fatto apposta per lui. Una risposta, una notizia, un incontro, un certo particolare squillo del telefono, arrivano con l'anteprima. Si fanno vedere e scappano in avanti, mostrando la sequenza fin dove l'occhio la segue. Tutto il futuro non lo conosciamo. Quello più in là soprattutto. Ma il primo si. Lo vediamo benissimo."
Author: Diego De Silva
10. "Ces dernières siècles, les Européens, ils sont allés un peu partout, ils ont fondé des commerces un peu partout, ils ont volé un peu partout, ils ont creusé un peu partout, ils ont construit un peu partout, ils se sont reproduits un peu partout, ils ont colonisé un peu partout, et maintenant, ils s'offusqueraient qu'on vienne chez eux ? Mais je n'en crois pas mes oreilles ! Leur territoire, les Européens, ils sont venus l'agrandir chez nous sans vergogne, non ? Ce sont eux qui ont commencé à déplacer les frontières. Maintenant, c'est notre tour à nous, va falloir qu'ils s'habituent, parce qu'on va tous venir chez eux, les Africains, les Arabes, les Latinos, les Asiatiques. Moi, à la différence d'eux, je ne traverse pas la frontière avec des armes, des soldats ou la noble mission de changer leur langue, leurs lois, leur religion."
Author: Éric Emmanuel Schmitt
11. "Si, ci penso spesso, ma forse più che a lei veramente penso a un'idea, a quella che rappresenta. O semplicemente le persone che non si conoscono bene diventano nella nostra più interessanti, ciò che noi vogliamo che siano. Come le persone che si incontrano al semaforo: dopo averti sorriso, scatta il verde e partono. Si ha la sensazione che siano quelle che stavamo cercando da anni."
Author: Fabio Volo
12. "Si lasciò trasportare dalla sua convinzione che gli esseri umani non nascono sempre il giorno in cui le loro madri le danno alla luce, ma che la vita li costringe ancora molte altre volte a partorirsi da sé."
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
13. "Honest folks, born and bred in a visible manner, were mostly not overwise or clever _ at least, not beyond such a matter as knowing the signs of the weather; and the process by which rapidity and dexterity of any kind were acquired was so wholly hidden, that they partook of the nature of conjuring."
Author: George Eliot
14. "Shadow! or Spirit!Whatever thou art,Which still doth inheritThe whole or a partOf the form of thy birth,Of the mould of thy clay,Which returned to the earth,Re-appear to the day!"
Author: George Gordon Byron
15. "Aún estaba embadurnada con la sangre delparto y los comienzos acuosos de sus heces de lactante. La llevó a la puerta y la puso bajo la lluvia tibia. Cuando estuvo limpia, vio que eraverde."
Author: Gregory Maguire
16. "Je sais pourtant que si on s'était embrassés, je serais reparti le cœur content, me foutant de la pluie ou du beau temps, puisque je comptais un peu pour toi. Je sais que ce baiser m'aurait accompagné partout et pendant longtemps, comme un souvenir radieux auquel me raccrocher dans les moments de solitude. Mais après tout, certains disent que les plus belles histoires d'amour sont celles qu'on n'a pas eu le temps de vivre. Peut-être alors que les baisers qu'on ne reçoit pas sont aussi les plus intenses."
Author: Guillaume Musso
17. "C'était un de ces hommes politiques à plusieurs faces, sans convictions, sans grands moyens, sans audace et sans connaissance sérieuse, avocat de province, joli homme de chef-lieu, gardant un équilibre de finaud entre tous les partis extrêmes, sorte de jésuite républicain et de champignon libéral de nature douteuse, comme il en pousse par centaines sur le fumier populaire du suffrage universel.Son machiavélisme de village le faisait passer pour fort parmi ses collègues, parmi tous les déclassés et les avortés dont on fait les députés. Il était assez soigné, assez correct, assez familier, assez aimable pour réussir. (…) On disait partout de lui « Laroche sera ministre », et il pensait aussi plus fermement que tous les autres que Laroche serait ministre."
Author: Guy De Maupassant
18. "She could tell him how he smelled. So good. Like the crisp, clear mountains."Tu sens bon. Comme les montanges."He arched a brow, his lids dropping partway closed." Tu es sexy. Je tiens à vous lécher partout".Oh, God. He understood."
Author: Jaci Burton
19. "C'était aussi jour de lessive, et dans les cours les gens étendaient leurs caleçons sur les cordes à linge pour profiter du soleil. Partout les poulies grinçaient et la chanson séduisait les mouettes qui s'envolaient des poubelles pour rappliquer en vitesse vers les cordes. Rendues à destination les plus bêtes draguaient les poulies, mais la plupart restaient sur les poteaux et riaient de voir tous ces caleçons sans humains à l'intérieur. D'autres encore restaient indifférentes parce qu'au fond un caleçon sans personne dedans c'est comme un homme ou une femme sans famille, ça flotte au vent et c'est tout."
Author: Jean François Beauchemin
20. "Depuis que tu es partie, j'ai pu compter jusqu'au sept millions neuf cent quarante-huit mille cents. Tu as eu le temps d'aller te cacher loin. Je cherche partout. Je ne te trouve pas, je désespère. La partie de cache-cache dure trop longtemps. Allez, tu as gagné, tu peux sortir de ta cachette. Je t'en supplie. J'ai perdu. J'ai tout perdu."
Author: Jean Louis Fournier
21. "J'ai commencé ma vie comme je la finirai sans doute : au milieu des livres. Dans le bureau de mon grand-père, il y en avait partout ; défense était de les faire épousseter sauf une fois l'an, avant la rentrée d'octobre. Je ne savais pas encore lire que, déjà, je les révérais, ces pierres levées : droites ou penchées, serrées comme des briques sur les rayons de la bibliothèque ou noblement espacées en allées de menhirs, je sentais que la prospérité de notre famille en dépendait..."
Author: Jean Paul Sartre
22. "Ez ido tájt szokásban volt az Amerikába indulók között, hogy színes fonalgombolyagokat vittek magukkal a fedélzetre, egyik végüket kidobták a partra, hogy a búcsúzkodó rokonok megragadhassák. Megszólal a Giulia kürtje, és a hajó lassan elhagyja a partot. A színes fonalak megfeszülnek a víz felett. Mindenki ordít, hadonászik, búcsúszavak harsannak, csecsemoket emelnek a magasba egy búcsúpillanatra, amire egyikük sem fog emlékezni. Felzúgnak a hajócsavarok, zsebkendok repkednek, a fedélzetrol a partra ívelo fonalak megfeszülnek, ettol pörögni kezdenek, eloször csak lassan, aztán egyre gyorsabban, piros, sárga, kék, zöld színek cikáznak, miközben a hajó is egyre gyorsul. Az utasok tartják a fonalakat, amíg bírják, próbálják minél késobb elveszteni a fonal túlsó végén az arcokat, végül azonban a fonalak elszakadnak, egyik a másik után, s a végük ott himbálódzik a hullámokon, szabadon."
Author: Jeffrey Eugenides
23. "Dicen que soy un gran escritor. Agradezco esa curiosa opinión, pero no la comparto. El día de mañana, algunos lúcidos la refutarán fácilmente y me tildarán de impostor o chapucero o de ambas cosas a la vez."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
24. "Passepartout was astounded, and, though ready to attempt anything to get over Medicine Creek, thought the experiment proposed a little too American."
Author: Jules Verne
25. "O que é um sati? perguntou.Um sati, senhor Fogg,respondeu o general de brigada, é um sacrifício humano, mas um sacrifício voluntário. Esta mulher que acabou de ver será queimada amanhã às primeiras horas do dia.Ah! malditos! exclamou Passepartout, que não pôde conter este grito de indignação.E o cadáver? perguntou Mr. Fogg.É o do príncipe, seu marido, respondeu o guia, um rajá independente do Bundelkund."
Author: Jules Verne
26. "Depois de duas horas de marcha, o guia parou o elefante e lhe deu uma hora de repouso. O animal devorou ramos e arbustos, depois de ter matado a sede num charco próximo. Sir Francis Cromarty não se queixou desta parada. Estava quebrado. Mr. Fogg parecia sentir-se tão bem disposto como se tivesse acabado de sair de seu leito.Mas ele é de ferro! disse o general de brigada contemplando-o com admiração.De ferro forjado! respondeu Passepartout, entretido no preparo de um almoço sumário."
Author: Jules Verne
27. "If you love peanut butter pie, you are either Dolly Parton or someone who loves her."
Author: Kate Lebo
28. "When I was really little, I listened to Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Barbara Mandrel, Crystal Gayle, Kenny Rogers, Willie Nelson, and Patsy Cline."
Author: Laura Bell Bundy
29. "Sim, é só isso', refletiu Dária Aleksandrovna, ao recordar sua vida naqueles quinze anos de casamento, 'gravidez, enjoo, pensamento embotado, indiferença a tudo e, principalmente, feitura. (...) O parto, o sofrimento, um sofrimento horrendo, aquele último minuto... (...)'E tudo isso para quê? No que vai dar, tudo isso? Vai dar em que eu, sem ter um só minuto de tranquilidade, ora grávida, ora amamentndo, sempre irritada, rabugenta, um peso para mim mesma e um tormento para os outros, e também repulsiva para o meu marido, vou consumindo a minha vida e criando filhos infelizes, mal-educados e indigentes."
Author: Leo Tolstoy
30. "Mist swirled and the Spartoi closed in on the defenseless Niten. Lightning fast, one lashed out at him, catching him a blow on the thigh, and he fell to the bridge with a grunt of pain. He lay flat on his back, looked up at the lizard-like creatures and realized that he was going to die. The immortal felt just the vaguest pang of regret: He had always wanted to die in his beloved Japan and he had made Aoife promise that if he fell in some foreign country or shadowrealm, she would bring his body back to Reigando in the southwest of his country. But Aoife was gone. He would never be able to fulfill his promise to rescue her. And he would never rest in his home soil."
Author: Michael Scott
31. "Two against thirty two," Niten said. "Good odds.""I've never fought the Spartoi before," Prometheus admitted. "I only know of them by their reputation—and it's fearsome.""We have an equal reputation," Niten said."Well, you do," the Elder said. "I was never that much of a fighter. And after the fall of the island, I rarely took up weapons again.""Fighting is a skill you never forget," Niten said, a touch of sadness in his voice. "I fought my first duel when I was thirteen. I've been fighting ever since.""But you are more than just a swordsman," Prometheus said. "You are an artist, a sculptor and a writer.""No man is ever just one thing," Niten answered. His shoulder dropped and his short sword appeared in his left hand, water droplets sparkling from the blade. "But first and foremost, I was always a warrior." He jabbed his sword into the fog and stirred it like liquid."
Author: Michael Scott
32. "Il peut arriver des situations (dans les régimes dictatoriaux, par exemple) où prendre publiquement position est dangereux ; pour le danseur ce l'est pourtant un peu moins que pour les autres, car, s'étant promené sous la lumière des projecteurs, visible de partout, il est protégé par l'attention du monde ; mais il a ses admirateurs anonymes qui, obéissant à son appel aussi splendide qu'irréfléchie, signent des pétitions, participent à des réunions interdites, manifestent dans la rue ; ceux-là seront traités sans ménagement et le danseur ne cédera jamais à la tentation sentimentale de se reprocher d'avoir causé leur malheur, sachant qu'une noble cause pèse plus que la vie d'un tel ou un tel. (chapitre 6)"
Author: Milan Kundera
33. "«À c't'heure, faut se casser le cou pour voir la lune. Dans mon temps, on la voyait partout.»"
Author: N/A
34. "Je suis partout où je suis."
Author: Nicole Brossard
35. "La tierra es un teatro, pero tiene un reparto deplorable."
Author: Oscar Wilde
36. "Dolly Parton made me chicken and dumplings. That Tennessee woman can burn some pots! And we know that I am not necessarily shy to a fork!"
Author: Queen Latifah
37. "Tutto è portare a termine e poi generare. Lasciar compiersi ogni impressione e ogni germe d'un sentimento dentro di sé, nel buio, nell'indicibile, nell'inconscio irraggiungibile alla propria ragione, e attendere con profonda umiltà e pazienza l'ora del parto d'una nuova chiarezza: questo solo si chiama vivere da artista: nel comprender come nel creare.Qui non si misura il tempo, qui non vale alcun termine e dieci anni son nulla. Essere artisti vuol dire: non calcolare e contare; maturare come l'albero, che non incalza i suoi succhi e sta sereno nelle tempeste di primavera senz'apprensione che l'estate non possa venire. Ché l'estate viene. Ma viene solo ai pazienti, che attendono e stanno come se l'eternità giacesse avanti a loro, tanto sono tranquilli e vasti e sgombri d'ogni ansia. Io l'imparo ogni giorno, l'imparo tra i dolori, cui sono riconoscente: pazienza è tutto!"
Author: Rainer Maria Rilke
38. "Toujours et partout on peut résumer la situation initiale en termes d'une crise qui fait peser sur la communauté et son système culturel une menace de destruction totale. Cette crise est presque toujours résolue par la violence."
Author: René Girard
39. "Jimmy Carter as President is like Truman Capote marrying Dolly Parton. The job is just too big for him."
Author: Rich Little
40. "En persona, Anubis era si cabe más guapo aún, guapo de caerse muerta. [Ah... ja, ja. No había pillado el chiste, pero gracias, Carter. Dios de los muertos, guapo de caerse muerta. Si, me parto de la risa. ¿Puedo seguir, por favor?]"
Author: Rick Riordan
41. "Life is just a series of peaks and troughs. And you don't know whether you're in a trough until you're climbing out, or on a peak until you're coming down. And that's it you know, you never know what's round the corner. But it's all good. "If you want the rainbow, you've gotta put up with the rain." Do you know which "philosopher" said that? Dolly Parton. And people say she's just a big pair of tits."
Author: Ricky Gervais
42. "The way a crowShook down on meThe dust of snowFrom a hemlock treeHas given my heartA change of moodAnd saved some partOf a day I had rued."
Author: Robert Frost
43. "In Dallas for the premier of '9 to 5', I had an uncanny experience, and on the plane home to Chicago I confessed it to Siskel: I had been granted a private half hour with Dolly Parton, and as we spoke I was filled with a strange ethereal grace. This was not spiritual, nor was it sexual. It was healing and comforting. Gene listened and said, "Roger, I felt the exact same thing during my interview with her." We looked at each other. What did this mean? Neither one of us ever felt that feeling again. From time to time we would refer to it in wonder."
Author: Roger Ebert
44. "I'm more into the old-school country myself, like Dolly Parton, and I guess it wouldn't be typical, but I really love Linda Ronstadt."
Author: Sara Rue
45. "Then she tells me that Jesus isstill herebecause Jesus wasonce here.And parts of Jesus arestill floating in the air.She tells me Jesus' DNA ispart of the collective DNA.She tells we are all partof Jesus, we are all Jesus in part.She tells me to breathe deepduring all our stormsbecause you can sometimes taste Jesusin a good, hard rain."
Author: Sherman Alexie
46. "Hadst thou but tasted once the thousandth partOf joys, which bless the loved and loving heart,Your words repentant and your sighs would prove,Lost is the time which is not past in love."
Author: Torquato Tasso
47. "La otra anciana se llamaba Sa', que significa «estrella», porque su madre miraba el cielo nocturno de otoño, concentrada en las lejanas estrellas, para distraerse de los dolores del parto."
Author: Velma Wallis
48. "There it was, all round them. It partook, she felt, carefully helping Mr. Bankes to a specially tender piece, of eternity."
Author: Virginia Woolf
49. "It partook ... of eternity ... there is a coherence in things, a stability; something, she meant, is immune from change, and shines out (she glanced at the window with its ripple of reflected lights) in the face of the flowing, the fleeting, the spectral, like a ruby; so that again tonight she had the feeling she had had once today, already, of peace, of rest. Of such moments, she thought, the thing is made that endures."
Author: Virginia Woolf
50. "Late in the night I paythe unrest I ownto the life that has never livedand cannot live now.What the world could be is my good dream and my agony when, dreaming it, I lie awake and turnand look into the dark.I think of a luxury in the sturdiness and graceof necessary things, notin frivolity. That would heal the earth, and heal men. But the end, too, is partof the pattern, the last labor of the heart:to learn to lie still, one with the earth again, and let the world go."
Author: Wendell Berry

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