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1. "Kenny is a drug, and I've just had the best hit of my life. I'm not losing this addiction. I'm in, all the way, pledging my voluntarily servitude to the gateway of my desire. Kenny was the freedom I was longing for. Love and all this wild pent up desire, proved to be the combination that set me free. But only Kenny had the power to unleash me. She scrubbed the impurity from my life and washed clean the world, so I could see it stark and clear for the very first time. Kenny perfumed my existence with her regal charm, her sovereign splendor. Kenny is in everyway sublime."
Author: Addison Moore
2. "Mi padre, al irse, le regaló medio siglo a mi infancia."
Author: Antonio Porchia
3. "El hombre no puede ni hacer ni retener un instante de tiempo; todo el tiempo es un puro regalo.Escrutopo"
Author: C.S. Lewis
4. "Los buenos recuerdos que una persona deja en la vida de otra son el mejor regalo que pueden hacernos."
Author: Care Santos
5. "Aquel día, sin saberlo, mientras contemplaba a su familia deambular arriba y abajo con las maletas y sostenía el reloj que le había regalado su padre, Max dejó para siempre de ser un niño."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
6. "Si regala qualcosa per il piacere di farlo, non perché qualcuno lo meriti o meno."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
7. "I want you cool and regal, earthy and impertinent, spoiling for a fight and abashed at your own temper. I want you flushed with exertion and rosy with sleep. I want you teasing and provocative, somber and thoughtful. I want every emotion, every mood, every year in a lifetime to come. I want you beside me, to encourage and argue with me, to help me and let me help you. I want to be your champion and lover, your mentor and student."
Author: Connie Brockway
8. "Nothing rekindles my spirits, gives comfort to my heart and mind, more than a visit to Mississippi... and to be regaled as I often have been, with a platter of fried chicken, field peas, collard greens, fresh corn on the cob, sliced tomatoes with French dressing... and to top it all off with a wedge of freshly baked pecan pie."
Author: Craig Claiborne
9. "I've been talking to myself a lot lately. I don't know what that's about, but my mother was the same way. She hated to make small talk with other people, but get her into a conversation with herself and she was quite the raconteur. She would tell herself a joke and clap her hands together as she let out a laugh; she would murmur to the plants as she watered them, and offer encouragement to the food as she cooked it. Sometimes I would walk into a room and surprise her as she was regaling herself with some delightful story, and I remember how the sound would dry up in her mouth. She stood there, frozen in the headlights of my teenage scorn."
Author: Dan Chaon
10. "Sublime wonders lie in store,I am shown a regal residence;a mighty kingdom, an empirewith more grandeur than before ..."
Author: E.A. Bucchianeri
11. "Por ella, en recuerdo de sus cuentos de brujas que tan feliz me hicieron, puse a mi perra bruja. ... Me la regalo un amigo, Miguel Ángel, y me jodió la vida porque lo que tenía que ser para siempre resultó efímero. Buda ya lo dijo: el que tiene tres amores, tendrá tres dolores; el que tiene dos, dos; y el que tiene uno, uno. Mejor no tener ninguno."
Author: Fernando Vallejo
12. "Nada que hubiera terminado era una pena. Una pena eran el hoy el ahora, las incontables horas y días que había perdido, que sólo aguanté, que no trajeron regalos ni conmociones."
Author: Hermann Hesse
13. "El que tiene dinero quiere más; nunca lo ha regalado y nunca lo hará."
Author: Ildefonso Falcones
14. "Nosotros considerábamos las luciérnagas un regalo y las hormigas una plaga, pero por primera vez se me ocurrió plantearme el porqué de esa distinción. Todas ellas eran criaturas que intentaban sobrevivir a la sequía, igual que nosotros. Pensé que Viola debía rendirse y dejarlas tranquilas, aunque lo reconsideré al descubrir que la pimienta negra en la ensalada de huevo no era precisamente pimienta."
Author: Jacqueline Kelly
15. "A monarchy is the most expensive of all forms of government, the regal state requiring a costly parade, and he who depends on his own power to rule, must strengthen that power by bribing the active and enterprising whom he cannot intimidate."
Author: James F. Cooper
16. "Possiamo ridurre le spese? Ritieni che ci sia qualche cosa di cui si possa fare a meno?". E, a onor del vero, Elizabeth, con l'ardore improvviso delle donne, si era messa seriamente a pensare a cosa sarebbe stato possibile fare, ed aveva suggerito di tagliare qualche inutile oblazione benefica e di evitare l'acquisto di nuovi arredi per il salotto. Successivamente, a queste due proposte, aveva aggiunto la felice trovata di non comprare il regalo che tutti gli anni portavano ad Anne tornando da Londra."
Author: Jane Austen
17. "Raccontare è quasi sempre un regalo, compreso quando porta e inietta veleno il racconto è anche un vincolo e un concedere fiducia e rara è la fiducia che prima o poi non si tradisca, raro il vincolo che non si aggrovigli o non si annodi, e perciò finisca per stringere e si debba tirare di coltello e di lama per reciderlo."
Author: Javier Marías
18. "Solo quiero que vivan su vida; que sigan adelante sabiendo que cada instante es valioso, que cada día es un regalo; que vean la vida como lo que es: una serie de infinitas posibilidades, no solo de grandes penas sino también de grandes alegrías."
Author: Jessica Warman
19. "MyrtleHow funny your name would beif you could follow it back to wherethe first person thought of saying it,naming himself that, or maybesome other persons thought of itand named that person. It wouldbe like following a river to its source,which would be impossible. Rivers have no source.They just automatically appear at a placewhere they get wider, and soon a realriver comes along, with fish and debris,regal as you please, and someonehas already given it a name: St. Benno(saints are popular for this purpose) or, orsome other name, the name of hislong-lost girlfriend, who comesat long last to impersonate that river,on a stage, her voice clankinglike its bed, her clothing of sandand pasted paper, a piece of real technology,while all along she is thinking, I cando what I want to do. But I want to stay here."
Author: John Ashbery
20. "El pasado es un inmenso pedregal que a muchos les gustaría recorrer como si de una autopista se tratara, mientras otros, pacientemente, van de piedra en piedra, y las levantan, porque necesitan saber qué hay debajo de ellas."
Author: José Saramago
21. "I started to enjoy the regal sport of cockfighting... but I'm still having trouble getting the hang of windmilling the bayonet"
Author: Josh Stern
22. "Siempre he sabido que no te merezco. Cada gesto de afecto y consideración que has tenido conmigo ha sido un regalo inmerecido."
Author: Kristin Cashore
23. "— ¿Qué haces?Él arqueó las cejas.—Un sesenta y nueve.—Espera, ¿qué?—Limos se alejó de él y clavó las rodillas en la arena, negándose a moverse ni un ápice. —No puedes tocarme.Arik le regaló una sonrisa de lo más perversa.—No, pero tú sí que puedes hacerlo mientras yo te miro."
Author: Larissa Ione
24. "Ese lado salvaje también forma parte de nosotros mismos. No hay que luchar contra él, sólo aprender a controlarlo y canalizarlo de forma adecuada. Entonces apredemos que no se trata de un error de la naturaleza, es un don, un regalo si hacemos buen uso de él."
Author: Laura Gallego García
25. "Something so regal and linear about her."
Author: Lauren Graham
26. "He, on the other hand, had the look of royalty, from his angular face and regal posture down to the modern yet tailored fit of his mint colored button down shirt and khaki pants. Not many men could wear pastels and still manage to look like they could hunt down some predatory animal, cook it up for dinner, and then use its hide to make you a purse."
Author: Leia Shaw
27. "It wasn't intentional. Seeing you wobble on your toes while holding a windowpane that I've had on order for almost a month was more than I could stand.""I wasn't wobbling!""I see.You would prefer to think that I was so enthralled by your charms that I would use any convenient excuse to-""No,I wouldn't!..I..oh,get out of here!"He indicated the stairway with a gesture that was at once mocking and deferential,his eyes shining with amusement."After you, Miss Caldwell."She preceded him regally, walking back into the main part of the store and stopping at her usual spot behind the counter. Accepting his money without bothering to count it, Lucy went over to the cash drawer."
Author: Lisa Kleypas
28. "La vida es malacon todo lo bueno.Los tiburones mortalescon las hermosas estrellas de mar.Las olas gigantescon los castillos de arena.La ruidosa letracon el ritmo de la música.La enfermedad hepáticacon el amor de un padre e hijo.El regalizcon el limón y la lima.Es la vida.Dulce, hermosa,viento en tu cara,aire en tus pulmones,besos en tus labiosvida."
Author: Lisa Schroeder
29. "Me habían regalado un libro de Paulo Coelho... "Cuando quieres algo, todo el universo se conjura para que realices tu deseo", dice. Creo que Paulo Coelho no se ha topado nunca con los talibanes y nuestros políticos inútiles."
Author: Malala Yousafzai
30. "«Vedrai» continua Samuel in preda al delirio, « un giorno avrai uno,due figli, o anche di più, non ho tempo per contarli adesso. Ma dovrai chiedergli un favore da parte mia, dovrai dirgli che si tratta di una cosa molto importante. Una promessa che loro padre ha fatto tanto tempo fa, in un passato che non esiste più. Perché un giorno questo passato di guerra non esisterà più. vedrai Jeannot.Dirai ai tuoi figli di raccontare la nostra storia, nel loro mondo libero. Gli parlerai della nostra lotta. Gli insegnerai che su questa terra niente conta più di quella puttana della libertà, sempre pronta a vendersi al miglior offerente. Perchè quella cagna ama l'amore degli uomini e fuggirà sempre da quelli che vogliono incatenarla, e regalerà la vittoria a chi la rispetta senza pretendere di farla sua.»"
Author: Marc Levy
31. "Te libero de mí, de mis males, de mi mal genio, de los domingos por la tarde en donde nunca puedo más, del odio a mi cumpleaños, de no saber cómo hacer para regalarte algo que no pierdas. Te libero de mi desengaño, de tu karma, de mis novedades, de la contradicción que represento. Te libero de mis llamadas que te saben a autocompasión, de mis enredos, de mi cabello suelto, largo, sin peinar,. Te libero de mi consciencia , del desconcierto a fin de mes, de la caída, de la llegada, de mi huída inevitable. Te dejo libre para que me dejes, para que me veas de lejos y me quieras menos."
Author: Mario Benedetti
32. "Since you act as though God is dead, I wanted to join you in the mourning."The reply of Martin Luther's wife, in full funeral regalia, in trying to illustrate the folly of his depressed state."
Author: Mark Driscoll
33. "It's a long story. Prepared to be regaled."
Author: MaryJanice Davidson
34. "Peter's mother was grand, in her way. She managed to complain almost ceaselessly without ever seeming trivial or kvetchy. She was regal rather than crotchety, she had been sent to live in this world from a better one, and she saved herself from mere mean-spiritedness by offering resignation in place of bile - by implying, every hour of her life, that although she objected to almost everybody and everythng she did so because she'd presided over some utopia, and so knew from experience how much better we all could do. She wanted more than anything to live under a benevolent dictator who was exactly like her without being her - if she actually ruled she would relinquish her right to object, and without her right to object who and what would she be?"
Author: Michael Cunningham
35. "This one isn't just any old horse. There's a nobility in his eye, a regal serenity about him. Does he not personify all that men try to be and never can be? I tell you, my friend, there's divinity in a horse, and specially in a horse like this. God got it right the day he created them. And to find a horse like this in the middle of this filthy abomination of a war, is for me like finding a butterfly on a dung heap. We don't belong in the same universe as a creature like this."
Author: Michael Morpurgo
36. "There's a nobility in his eye, a regal serenity about him. Does he not personify all that men try to be and never can be?"
Author: Michael Morpurgo
37. "[Maximus] put his head down and said in a conspiratorial whisper, "Tell Temeraire that Lily and I have not forgotten our promise; we will not let them hang you at all."Laurence stared up at the immense Regal Copper. All his crew looked deeply distressed, as well they might, the outlaw remark being perfectly audible several clearings over."
Author: Naomi Novik
38. "When evening has come, I return to my house and go into my study. At the door I take off my clothes of the day, covered with mud and mire, and I put on my regal and courtly garments; and decently reclothed, I enter the ancient courts of ancient men, where, received by them lovingly, I feed on the food that alone is mine and that I was born for. There I am not ashamed to speak with them and to ask them the reason for their actions; and they in their humanity reply to me. And for the space of four hours I feel no boredom, I forget every pain, I do not fear poverty, death does not frighten me. I deliver myself entirely to them."
Author: Niccolò Machiavelli
39. "Sígueme contando sobre aquellos días cuando teníamos los corazones envueltos en papel regalo."
Author: Rafael Chaparro Madiedo
40. "Day 24. Situation is growing worse. My captors continue to find new and horrific ways to torture me. When not working, Agent Scarlet spends her days examining fabric swatches for bridesmaid dresses and going on about how in love she is. This usually causes Agent Boring Borscht to regale us with stories of Russian weddings that are even more boring than his usual ones. My attempts at escape have been thwarted thus far. Also, I am out of cigarettes. Any assistance or tobacco products you can send will be greatly appreciated.-Prisoner 24601"
Author: Richelle Mead
41. "The woman was beautiful in timeless, regal way- like a statue you might admire but could never love."
Author: Rick Riordan
42. "The years roll on and life seems like this more and more, that choices don't really exit in the way I thought they would when I was a child and expected the regal power of adulthood to provide clarity and insight."
Author: Scott Turow
43. "Non c'è niente di più bello che starsene lì sdraiati con un bel libro avuto in regalo, un libro nuovo che non si è ancora mai visto e che nessun altro in casa conosce, e sapere che si può leggere pagina dopo pagina finché si riesce a stare svegli. Ma come si fa la Notte di Natale, se non si sono ricevuti libri?"
Author: Selma Lagerlöf
44. "...devo dire che c'è una tradizione a Mårbacka, che quando si va a dormire la Vigilia di Natale si ha il permesso di avvicinare un tavolino al letto, metterci sopra una candela e poi leggere finché si vuole. Questa è la più grande di tutte le gioie di Natale. Non c'è niente di più bello che starsene lì sdraiati con un bel libro avuto in regalo, un libro nuovo che non si è ancora mai visto e che nessun altro in casa conosce, e sapere che si può leggere pagina dopo pagina finché si riesce a stare svegli."
Author: Selma Lagerlöf
45. "Die Bücher, die wie auf unserem ersten Bücherregal als Erwachsene stehen haben, erzählen von unseren Vorhaben."
Author: Sheridan Hay
46. "Regalar un libro es fácil hasta que buscas uno para quien te ha robado el corazón."
Author: Sofía Navarro
47. "Da piccolo a Natale aspettavo un regaloUn pacco dorato, sotto l'albero luminosoQuando aprii il pacco, non era quello attesoLo tirai contro il muro piangente, iroso.Quanti regali ho rotto, ho respintoNella mia vita, dopo quel giorno?Ora di questi ho rimpiantoAccettare i doni è difficilePerchè sempre ne aspettiamo uno soltantoImpara a amare ciò che desideriMa anche ciò che gli assomigliaSii esigente e sii pazienteE' Natale ogni mattino che viviScarta con cura il pacco dei giorniRingrazia, ricambia, sorridi"
Author: Stefano Benni
48. "Gus is the Cat at the Theatre Door.His name, as I ought to have told you before,Is really Asparagus. That's such a fussTo pronounce, that we usually call him just Gus.His coat's very shabby, he's thin as a rake,And he suffers from palsy that makes his paw shake.Yet he was, in his youth, quite the smartest of Cats —But no longer a terror to mice or to rats.For he isn't the Cat that he was in his prime;Though his name was quite famous, he says, in his time.And whenever he joins his friends at their club(which takes place at the back of the neighbouring pub)He loves to regale them, if someone else pays,With anecdotes drawn from his palmiest days.For he once was a Star of the highest degree —He has acted with Irving, he's acted with Tree.And he likes to relate his success on the Halls,Where the Gallery once gave him seven cat-calls.But his grandest creation, as he loves to tell,Was Firefrorefiddle, the Fiend of the Fell."
Author: T.S. Eliot
49. "Her straw-colored pigtails did not qualify her to be Rapunzel and could not be spun to gold by imp fingers, she was too active to be Sleeping Beauty, too outspoken to be Cinderella, too keen on tall fellows to be Snow White. She held little carriage with sleeping upon legumes to display her regal daintiness and imagined that the only result would be a mushy, green stain on the underside of her mattress. Her eyes met the criteria only of the evil, ice queen."
Author: Thomm Quackenbush
50. "In middle school, I had an '87 Regal. That was unheard of."
Author: Young Jeezy

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