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1. "Being a geek is all about learning the inventories of things."
Author: Adam Savage
2. "The inventor...looks upon the world and is not contented with things as they are. He wants to improve whatever he sees, he wants to benefit the world; he is haunted by an idea."
Author: Alexander Graham Bell
3. "These are bagpipes. I understand the inventor of the bagpipes was inspired when he saw a man carrying an indignant, asthmatic pig under his arm. Unfortunately, the man-made sound never equalled the purity of the sound achieved by the pig."
Author: Alfred Hitchcock
4. "Ali, onde o mar quebra, num cachãoRugidor e monótono, e os ventoserguem pelo areal os seus lamentos,Ali se há-de enterrar meu coração.Queimem-no os sóis da adusta solidãoNa fornalha do Estio, em dias lentos;Depois, no Inverno, os sopros violentosLhe revolvam em torno o árido chão…Até que se desfaça e, já tornadoEm impalpável pó, seja levadoNos turbilhões que o vento levanter…Com suas lutas, seu cans ado anseio,Seu louco amor, dissolva-se no seioDesse infecundity, desse amargo mar!"
Author: Antero De Quental
5. "I have coded my colors! I have the code of my creativity. My creation has inception that perception alone has progression in anticipation. I yield my creation. I create the animation that perfections alone in dominations has inventions ofmy creation. I give life practicality! My practical creativity I give life to all. The tactical creature all invent the artifact's venture as nature doeth creature with practice. In mother nature I venture with the creature to reveal the inventor of practice in all nature. the latest creativity is not the final of novelty, be passionately creative and creatively communicative."
Author: Anyaele Sam Chiyson
6. "Corsi verso di loro. La bimba era fra le braccia della madre, e io lascia cadere la spada, mi sfilai l'elmo e mi inginocchiai lì accanto. - Dian - sussurrai. - Amore mio.Vidi l'anima tremolare ancora nei suoi occhi. Mi vide, Dian mi vide, e vide sua madre, prima di morire. Ci guardò per un istante, poi la sua giovane anima si allontanò leggere come un'ala nel buio, senza rumore, come una fiamma di candela spenta da un soffio di vento. Lavaine le aveva tagliato la gola mentre saltava verso il braccio del fratello e adesso il suo piccolo cuore aveva rinunciato a lottare. Ma riuscì ancora a vedermi, prima di morire. Ne sono certo. Mi vide, poi morì, e io abbracciai lei e sua madre e piansi come un bambino.Piansi per le mia piccola, adorata Dian."
Author: Bernard Cornwell
7. "When we sat down to eat I took inventory of the people in the room, and the remnants of my good mood evaporated when I realized how very little I had in common with them – the career dads, the responsible and diligent moms – and I was soon filled with dread and loneliness. I locked in on the smug feeling of superiority that married couples give off and that permeated the air – the shared assumptions, the sweet and contented apathy, it all lingered everywhere – despite the absence in the room of anyone single at which to aim this."
Author: Bret Easton Ellis
8. "My inventory of people who can save me is down to just me."
Author: Chuck Palahniuk
9. "When women reassert their relationship with the wildish nature, they are gifted with a permanent and internal watcher, a knower, a visionary, an oracle, an inspiratrice, an intuitive, a maker, a creator, an inventor, and a listener who guide, suggest, and urge vibrant life in the inner and outer world."
Author: Clarissa Pinkola Estes
10. "Never let an inventor run a company. You can never get him to stop tinkering and bring something to market."
Author: E. F. Schumacher
11. "Il vento le scompigliava i capelli, il sole li glorificava."
Author: E.M. Forster
12. "Eppure l'amore all'inizio è una cosa bella, una cosa dolce e cara. Ma proprio come un gattino, che da piccolo ti delizia con i suoi modi teneri e amabili, con la sua innocenza, morbidezza e mansuetudine, si trasforma con spaventosa rapidità in un gatto che ti artiglia crudelmente. Vorrei sapere se esiste una sola persona al mondo, all'apparenza felice e indifferente, che non abbia ben nascosti sotto abiti e ornamenti i segni degli artigli dell'amore. Credo anche che si tratti di graffi così profondi che sanguinano a lungo, senza rimarginarsi; e quando, dopo anni, finalmente guariscono, rimane sempre una cicatrice, rossa e terribile, che fa trasalire quando inavvertitamente la si tocca."
Author: Elizabeth Von Arnim
13. "El pasado se queda contigo en la forma en que el azúcar en polvo se queda en tus dedos. Algunos pueden sacárselo de encima pero todavía esta allí, los eventos y las cosas que te empujaron adonde estás ahora."
Author: Erin Morgenstern
14. "The patent system was established, I believe, to protect the lone inventor. In this it has not succeeded. … The patent system protects the institutions which favor invention."
Author: Ernst Alexanderson
15. "Quantos fragores lancinantes de primaveras esvanecerão até o advento do consenso?"
Author: Filipe Russo
16. "The greatest of poems is an inventory.Every kitchen tool becomes ideal because Crusoe might have dropped itin the sea. It is a good exercise, in empty or ugly hours of the day, tolook at anything, the coal-scuttle or the book-case, and think how happyone could be to have brought it out of the sinking ship on to thesolitary island."
Author: G.K. Chesterton
17. "Desde la escuela primaria le había picado la ventolera de ser cubano, y terminó por serlo más y mejor que si lo hubiera sido. Hablaba, comía, pintaba, se vestía, se enamoraba, bailaba y vivía su vida como un cubano, y cubano se murió sin conocer Cuba."
Author: Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
18. "Ago era Robb, Bran, Rickon, sua madre, suo padre e anche Sansa. Ago erano le pareti grigie di Grande Inverno e le risate della sua gente. Ago erano le nevicate estive, le storie della vecchia Nan, era l'albero-cuore con le sue foglie rosse e il terribile volto scolpito nel legno, era l'odore caldo di terra dei giardini coperti, il vento del Nord che faceva sbattere le imposte della sua stanza. Ago era il sorriso di Jon Snow. "Mi spettinava e mi chiamava sorellina" ricordò, e d'un tratto le si riempirono gli occhi di lacrime."
Author: George R.R. Martin
19. "He makes you feel that if you only had a little more time, you, too, might be an inventor."
Author: Helen Keller
20. "Night air has the strangest flavourSpace to breathe it - time to savourAll that night air has to lend meTil the morning makes me angryIn the night air, the night air.I've acquired a kind of madnessDaylight fills my heart with sadnessAnd only silent skies can soothe meFeel that night air flowing through me In the night air, the night air.I don't need those car-crash coloursI control the stars above usClose my eyes to make the night fallThe comfort of world revolvingI can hear the earth in orbitIn the night air, in the night air.I've acquired a taste for silencedarkness fills my heart with calmnessand each thought like a thief is drivento steal the night air from the heavensIn the night air, in the night air..."
Author: Jamie Woon
21. "Bookstores will not disappear but will exploit digital technologies to increase their virtual and physical inventories, and perhaps become publishers themselves."
Author: Jason Epstein
22. "Todos estão loucos, neste mundo? Porque a cabeça da gente é uma só, e as coisas que há e que estão para haver são demais de muitas, muito maiores diferentes, e a gente tem de necessitar de aumentar a cabeça, para o total. Todos os sucedidos acontecendo, o sentir forte da gente — o que produz os ventos. Só se pode viver perto de outro, e conhecer outra pessoa, sem perigo de ódio, se a gente tem amor."
Author: João Guimarães Rosa
23. "If it weren't for Philo T. Farnsworth, inventor of television, we'd still be eating frozen radio dinners."
Author: Johnny Carson
24. "É como se corresse sobre o mar para as estrelas, na mais maravilhosa viagem do mundo. Uma viagem como o Professor nunca leu nem inventou. Seu coração bate tanto, tanto, que ele o aperta com a mão."
Author: Jorge Amado
25. "There ain't no rules around here. We're trying to accomplish something. —THOMAS EDISON, INVENTOR"
Author: Josh Kaufman
26. "Bran dissera, uma vez, que a confiança era um conceito sem qualquer significado. Mas, se não podíamos confiar, ficávamos sós, porque nem a amizade, nem a sociedade, nem a família, nem a aliança, podiam existir sem confiança. Sem ela ficávamos dispersos, à mercê dos quatro ventos, sem nada a que nos agarrarmos."
Author: Juliet Marillier
27. "Newton, of course, was the inventor of differential calculus so his place in the tale is quite special."
Author: Kit Williams
28. "Human, you are a machine, an organism, an animal, a primate, an artist, an athlete, a thinker, a sponge, a spirit, a comedian, a connoisseur, a cycle of breath in and breath out, an inventor, an expressor, an orator, a lover, an explorer, a creator, evolved. Your mind paints the flowers and the sky using the mind's eye as a paintbrush and light as paint. Splashing life across the blank canvas of reality. That's what you do. Every moment of every day."
Author: Laren Grey Umphlett
29. "Expressing the thoughts of my comrades, I suggested, among other means, the organization of an international information service on inventories, on production, and on the needs of the various countries for raw materials."
Author: Leon Jouhaux
30. "A rua dos cataventosDa vez primeira em que me assassinaram,Perdi um jeito de sorrir que eu tinha.Depois, a cada vez que me mataram,Foram levando qualquer coisa minha.Hoje, dos meu cadáveres eu souO mais desnudo, o que não tem mais nada.Arde um toco de Vela amarelada,Como único bem que me ficou.Vinde! Corvos, chacais, ladrões de estrada!Pois dessa mão avaramente aduncaNão haverão de arracar a luz sagrada!Aves da noite! Asas do horror! Voejai!Que a luz trêmula e triste como um ai,A luz de um morto não se apaga nunca!"
Author: Mario Quintana
31. "It is certainly true that reason is the most important and the highest rank among all things and, in comparison with other things of this life, the best and something divine. It is the inventor and mentor of all the arts, medicines, laws, and of whatever wisdom, power, virtue, and glory men possess in this life."
Author: Martin Luther
32. "I recommend you come to know your Father in Heaven. Come to love Him. Always remember that He loves you and will give you guidance and support if you will but give Him the chance. Include Him in your decision making. Include Him in your heartaches and heartbreaks. Include Him when you take inventory of your personal worth."
Author: Marvin J. Ashton
33. "It was, in part, a longing – common enough among the inventors of heroes – to be someone else; to be more than the result of two hundred regimens and scenarios and self-improvement campaigns that always ran afoul of his perennial inability to locate an actual self to be improved"
Author: Michael Chabon
34. "I'm not a great inventor from scratch. What I do is to use, steal, acquire, reproduce or re-cycle music from other musicians."
Author: Michael Nyman
35. "And it has to do with having no inventory or stockpiles on the shelf, but items arrive as you need to build your product. What that means is that it's much more difficult to actually find stockpiles of already built weapons."
Author: Mitchell Reiss
36. "The sixth disciple is called Bartholomew. This quality is the imaginative faculty, which quality of the mind when once awake distinguishes one from the masses. An awakened imagination places the one so awakened head and shoulders above the average man, giving him the appearance of a beacon light in a world of darkness. No quality so separates man from man. as does the disciplined imagination This is the separation of the wheat from the chaff. Those who have given most to society are our artists, scientists, inventors and others with vivid imaginations."
Author: Neville Goddard
37. "The great and golden rule of art as well as of life, wrote William Blake, is that the more distinct, sharp and defined the boundary line, the more perfect is the work of art; and the less keen and sharp the greater is the evidence of weak imitation, plagiarism and bungling. ‘Great inventors in all ages knew this - Michael Angelo and Albert Durer are known by this and by this alone'; and another time he wrote, with all the simple directness of nineteenth-century prose, ‘to generalise is to be an idiot."
Author: Oscar Wilde
38. "Il ventoIl vento a noi consolazione portòe nell'azzurro fiutammoali assire di libellulevibrazioni d'angolosa tenebra.E di minaccia di guerra ottenebròlo strato inferiore dei cieli rabbuiati,bosco micaceo membranosodi corpi volanti a sei bracciaNell'azzurro c'è un angolo ciecoe nei beati meriggi c'è sempre,come accenno di notti che si condensi,una tremula stella densa di fato.E a fatica aprendosi la stradanella squama delle ali storpiate,sotto la sua mano dall'alto prendel'universo sconfitto Azrail."
Author: Osip Mandelstam
39. "I maintain that many an inventor, many a diplomat, many a financier is a sounder philosopher than all those who practice the dull craft of experimental psychology."
Author: Oswald Spengler
40. "Ti manderò un bacio con il ventoe so che lo sentirai,ti volterai senza vedermi ma io sarò lì"
Author: Pablo Neruda
41. "A scientist, an artist, a citizen is not like a child who needs papa methodology and mama rationality to give him security and direction; he can take care of himself, for he is the inventor not only of laws, theories, pictures, plays, forms of music, ways of dealing with his fellow man, institutions but also of entire world views, he is the inventor of entire forms of life."
Author: Paul Karl Feyerabend
42. "Aveva detto una volta a Serafina Pekkala che a lui volare non importava, che era soltanto un lavoro come un altro, ma non parlava sul serio. Levarsi in alto, con un buon vento alle spalle e un nuovo mondo davanti: cosa poteva esserci di meglio in questa vita?"
Author: Philip Pullman
43. "We are all inventors, each sailing out on a voyage of discovery, guided each by a private chart, of which there is no duplicate. The world is all gates, all opportunities."
Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson
44. "C'era come un odore di Tempo, Nell'aria della notte. Tomàs sorrise all'idea, continuando a rimuginarla. Era una strana idea. E che odore aveva il Tempo, poi? Odorava di polvere, di orologi e di gente. E che suono aveva il Tempo? Faceva un rumore di acque correnti nei recessi bui d'una grotta, di voci querule, di terra che risuonava con un tonfo cavo sui coperchi delle casse, e battere di pioggia. E, per arrivare alle estreme conseguenze: che aspetto aveva il Tempo? Era come neve che cade senza rumore in una camera buia, o come un film muto in un'antica sala cinematografica, cento miliardi di facce cadenti come palloncini di capodanno, giù, sempre più giù, nel nulla. Così il tempo odorava, questo era il rumore che faceva, era così che appariva. E quella notte – Tomàs immerse una mano nel vento fuori della vettura – quella notte tu quasi lo potevi toccare, il Tempo.(Cronache Marziane, trad. Giorgio Monicelli)"
Author: Ray Bradbury
45. "Because of the love affair between the American public and the stock market, it is possible for entrepreneurs, technological visionaries and inventors of every sort to get financing."
Author: Ron Chernow
46. "Platão, perplexo diante da beleza, inventou um mito: imagine que, antes de nascer, a alma habitava um mundo encantado onde moravam todas as coisas belas do universo. A alma as contemplou, sentiu-se feliz, e alma e beleza se abraçaram, para sempre. Mas aí, quando nascemos neste mundo, a alma esquece de tudo. E ela fica toda cheia de buracos -- como um queijo suíço! --, em cada buraco mora a presença de uma ausência. A alma é o lugar onde as ausências estão presentes. E essas belezas ausentes se fazem sentir como uma tristeza inexplicável, uma saudade pura, sem objeto, uma vontade de chorar. Isso acontece frequentemente na hora do pôr-do-sol. Borger cita Browning: "Quando nos sentimos mais seguros então acontece algo: um pôr-do-sol, e outra vez estamos perdidos". O pôr-do-sol é um emissário do mundo encantado."
Author: Rubem Alves
47. "El mundo siempre va a tratar de hacer de ti lo que quiere que seas. La gente, el tiempo, los eventos, todos intentarán esculpirte y hacerte pensar que no sabes quién eres. Pero no importa en quien traten de convertirte, o el nombre que intenten darte. Si permaneces genuino, puede desprenderte de todas sus maquinaciones y seguir siendo tú bajo todo eso. Sé Caledonia."
Author: Samantha Young
48. "At times we ought to drink even to intoxication, not so as to drown, but merely to dip ourselves in wine, for wine washes away troubles and dislodges them from the depths of the mind and acts as a remedy to sorrow as it does to some diseases . The inventor of wine is called Liber, not from the license which he gives to our tongues but because he liberates the mind from the bondage of cares and emancipates it, animates it and renders it more daring in all that it attempts"
Author: Seneca
49. "Os ventos do destino são imutáveis."
Author: Susana Almeida
50. "I don't think we use television the way we should or the way the inventors intended."
Author: Will McDonough

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