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1. "Hiciste un pequeño sonido en tu sueño como si estuvieras angustiada y entre en pánico y corrí a tu lado. Me agarraste del brazo durante tu sueño y la pusiste contra tu cara y volviste a dormir. No quería moverme nunca.— Se puso de pie y se acercó a mi.—Supe entonces que nunca había comprendido lo que los humanos llamaban amor. Pero que si se trataba de algo parecido al poder que tu tuviste en mi, entonces no era de extrañar que lo buscaran tan apasionadamente."
Author: Abbi Glines
2. "El mundo no puede ofrecer ya nada al hombre angustiado."
Author: Albert Camus
3. "You know the best example of sincerity? The absolute gold standard? Who?Angus pointed to the door, outside which Cyril was waiting patiently. A dog. Have you ever met an insincere dog - a dog who hides his true feelings?Domenica looked thoughtful. And cats?Dreadfully insincere, said Angus. Psychopaths- every one of them. Show me a cat, Domenica, and I'll show you a psychopath. Textbook examples."
Author: Alexander McCall Smith
4. "It's really rather easy to write eighth-century Chinese poetry," said Angus Lordie. "In English, of course. It requires little effort, I find."
Author: Alexander McCall Smith
5. "Will he come to me, Dream Angus, Come quietly through the evening light, Come when I do not expect him, and I am sleepy, Come when I am drowsy, when I am ready for rest; Will he come to me, Dream Angus?...Will I see the birds about his head, The birds that are his kisses? Will I believe that each of us, Even he who thinks himself unloved, May be transformed, made different By one who finds him marvellous? Will I think that? ...Will he bring me some sort of quietus, Some form of understanding; will he break my heart; Will he show me my love; will he give Me heart's contentment, the end of sorrow, Will he do that for me; will he do that?..."
Author: Alexander McCall Smith
6. "Hamish's right arm was around Angus's waist as the two of them tangoed past."
Author: Ally Carter
7. "Now, now, hear me out," Hamish went on. "We don't have to kidnap Garrett. Not if we kidnap the buyer." "Or distract him," Angus added."Like the Bulgari job," Hamish said."You mean the job that landed half the DiMarco family in a South African prison?" Kat said.Angus shrugged. "Nobody said it was perfect."
Author: Ally Carter
8. "Angus looked at Hamish. "I hate it when Mom and Dad fight."Hamish smoothed his brother's messy hair. "Me too."
Author: Ally Carter
9. "Me mira fijamente, y la mirada que le devuelvo es el principio de todo, y me imagino el futuro: "¿Por qué me odias?", imagino que dice la voz angustiada de una chica. "¿Qué te he hecho?, imagino que grita otra persona."
Author: Bret Easton Ellis
10. "Is he dead?" he inquired "He looks dead.""No," snapped Maryse. "He's not dead.""Have you checked? I could kick him if you want." Mangus moved toward Jace."Stop that!" the Inquisitor snapped, sounding like Clary's third grade teacher demanding that she stop dooling on her desk with a marker."
Author: Cassandra Clare
11. "'Angus' was my first real film, but I had been acting for about 3 threes before that as well."
Author: Chris Owen
12. "Angustus animus pecuniam amat"."
Author: Cicero
13. "The few cures we have recorded could be multiplied many times over, many of them experienced by people who had failed to find relief through conventional medical treatment. If a story from Scotland is to be believed, the success of one holy well, St. Drostan's at Newdosk (Angus), was so distasteful to the local doctors that they decided to poison the well. When the people heard of their intention, they banded together to attack and kill the doctors!"
Author: Colin Bord
14. "Dia, yang tidak pernah kamu mengerti. Dia, racun yang membunuhmu perlahan. Dia, yang kamu reka dan kamu cipta. Sebelah darimu menginginkan agar dia datang, membencimu hingga muak dia mendekati gila, menertawakan segala kebodohannya, kehilafan untuk sampai jatuh hati kepadamu, menyesalkan magis yang hadir naluriah setiap kalian berjumpa. Akan kamu kirimkan lagi tiket bioskop, bon restoran, semua tulisannya --dari mulai nota sebaris sampai doa berbait-bait. Dan beceklah pipi-nya karena geli, karena asap dan abu dari benda-benda yang dia hanguskan--bukti bahwa kalian pernah saling tergila-gila--beterbangan masuk ke matanya. Semoga dia pergi dan tak pernah menoleh lagi. Hidupmu, hidupnya, pasti akan lebih mudah."
Author: Dee
15. "Cuaca demi cuaca melalui kami, dan kebenaran akan semakin dipojokkan. Sampai akhirnya nanti, badai meletus dan menyisakan kejujuran yang bersinar. Entah menghangatkan, atau menghanguskan."
Author: Dee
16. "So, what is it that I bring to her?" [Angus]"Strength. Security. Stability. All the best ‘s' words." [Truman]Truman smirked and so did Angus."
Author: Elizabeth Finn
17. "Pero el 2 no ha sido nunca un númeroes una angustia y su sombra..."
Author: Federico García Lorca
18. "En mi corazón hay una paz de angustia, y mi sosiego está hecho de resignación."
Author: Fernando Pessoa
19. "Patalear contra la muerte, y ya de paso contra todo lo demás, es el prototipo de sublevación inútil que nunca deja de encontrar angustiada y humorística complicidaden todo optimista bien nacido."
Author: Fernando Savater
20. "¿En que círculo del infierno te estarás quemando, Pío Nono, cura bellaco? ¿Me alcanzarás a oír desde abajo? En las vacas acuchilladas en los mataderos de este mundo se revive día a día la pasión de tu Cristo. El mismo dolor, la misma angustia, el mismo miedo que él sintió colgado de una cruz lo sienten ellas cuando las acuchillan, así las pobres, las humildes, no se digan hijas de Dios."
Author: Fernando Vallejo
21. "Según los estudiosos, cada día tenemos unos sesenta mil pensamientos. Positivos y negativos, banales y profundos. No hay que juzgarlos: son como nubes que pasan. Somos responsables de lo que hacemos, pero no de lo que pensamos. Por eso, cuando alguna idea te angustie, simplemente ponle la etiqueta «pensamiento» y déjala pasar."
Author: Francesc Miralles
22. "(...) ¿qué has hecho con tus sueños?, ¿dónde has enterrado los mejores días de tu vida?, ¿has vivido o no? ¡Mira, se dice uno, mira cómo todo se congela en el mundo! Pasarán más años y tras ellos llegará la triste soledad, llegará báculo en mano la trémula vejez, y en pos de ella la tristeza y la angustia. Tu mundo extraordinario perderá su colorido, se marchitarán y morirán tus sueños y caerán como las hojas secas de los árboles"
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
23. "Por otra parte, el diablo no aparecía siempre como una figura repulsiva, sino como un reflejo de la propia conciencia. La culpa nacía de lo que había dejado de hacerse –la vida no vivida– y no de lo que se había hecho. Así, más que por la imagen misma, la angustia era provocada por el vacío en que había caído la existencia como en un pozo interminable […] Dante decía que no hay mayor dolor que en los tiempos de infelicidad recordar los tiempos felices, Quizá no es menor el dolor de imaginar la dicha que nos negó nuestro temor a vivir."
Author: Ignacio Solares
24. "I snapped the crossbow into the top of the mount, took a canvas bundle from the cart, and unrolled it. Crossbow bolts, tipped with the Galahad warheads."This is my baby." I petted the stock."You have a strange relationship with your weapons," Roman said."You have no idea," Raphael told him."This from a man with a living staff and a man who once drove four hours both ways for a sword he then put on his wall," I murmured."It was an Angus Trim," Raphael said."It's a sharpened strip of metal.""You have an Angus Trim sword?" Kate's eyes lit up."Bought it at an estate auction," Raphael said. "If we get out of this alive, you are invited to come to my house and play with it."It was good that Curran wasn't here and I was secure in our relationship, because that totally could be taken the wrong way."
Author: Ilona Andrews
25. "Como toda pregunta sobre el universo, esta vía de investigación nos obliga inevitablemente a preguntarnos qué significa ser humano y, tomando prestada una frase de los quinceañeros angustiados a los que usted sin duda vilipendia, si todo esto tiene sentido."
Author: J.K. Rowling
26. "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
27. "Drawing from 1.7 million Gallup surveys collected between 2008 and 2012, researchers Angus Deaton and Arthur Stone found that parents with children at home age fifteen or younger experience more highs, as well as more lows, than those without children... And when researchers bother to ask questions of a more existential nature, they find that parents report greater feelings of meaning and reward -- which to many parents is what the entire shebang is about."
Author: Jennifer Senior
28. "Le di mis noches y mi pan, mi angustia, mi risa, a cambio de sus besos y su prisa;con ella descubrí que hay amores eternosque duran lo que dura un corto invierno."
Author: Joaquín Sabina
29. "¿Por qué no he de confesar mi angustia en este momento en que mi ser tiembla y fluctúa entre la vida y la muerte, en que el pasado se proyecta como un relámpago en el sombrío abismo del porvenir, en que todo lo que me rodea se desploma y en que el mundo parece acabarse conmigo? ¿No reconoces la voz de la criatura extenuada, desfallecida, que se hunde sin remedio, y a pesar de su inútil lucha, gritando con amargura..."
Author: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
30. "...a veces nos preguntamos por qué la felicidad tarda tanto en llegar, por qué no vino antes, pero si nos aparece de repente, como en este caso, cuando ya no la esperábamos, entonces lo más probable es que no sepamos qué hacer con ella, y la cuestión no es tanto elegir entre reír o llorar, es la secreta angustia de pensar que tal vez no consigamos estar a su altura"
Author: José Saramago
31. "Though he may dally with loose women, he's been raised a gentleman. He would never touch me unless I gave him permission." He might use incredibly powerful seduction tactics, but that was her problem, not Angus's."Aye," Mary said. "Don't ye remember how the miss took care o' the squire's son when he tried to kiss her in the garden?" She beamed at Sophia. "That was well done."Sophia grinned. "He limped for a week"Angus grunted. "The squire's son isn't half the man this one is. This is no boy ye're dealin' with here. He's a man's man;ye can see it in his eyes."She placed a hand on his arm. "Angus, if it will make you feel better, I promise to call for help if MacLean so much as looks askance at me."
Author: Karen Hawkins
32. "Angus, when you're done with the brick, I shall add some oiled rags. That will make it smoke even worse."Angus turned an admiring glance at his partner in crime. "Miss,ye've a gift fer this,ye do."She chuckled,the sound just as seductive, except for the hint of mockery. "I'm becoming as adept at this as the new owner is at shirking his duty.""Now,miss,he might have a good reason not to rush here.""Like what?""I don't know.Perhaps he won several houses at the card game and has been visitin' them all.""It's far more likely he was waylaid by a lass with loose morals. From what I hear, the man's a lace-bedecked profligate."Blast the woman and her rude assumptions! He may have stayed in Stirling to sample the charms of a widow, but that did not make a lace-bedecked profligate.What burned the most was that she was correct in her assumption about what had kept him away from his new acquisition."
Author: Karen Hawkins
33. "There's no more jam to be had.""Or bread?" Dougal asked, knowing what the answer would be."Nor bread," Angus said with a smirk.Dougal flicked his hand in the butler's direction. "Then you may go."Angus's smile faded, and he glared at Dougal until Sophia said softly, "Angus, that will be all."The buter scowled but obediently tromped from the room."He loves me," Dougal said simply.Sophia's lips twitched. "I doubt that.""No,no,I'm certain of it.He's constantly staring at me and cannot seem to stay away.But the most telling symptom is the way he gets upset when I pay attention to another woman."
Author: Karen Hawkins
34. "Why? What kind of man would pleasure his woman by hurting her.' Angus paced across the path. ''Tis a man's duty, nay, his privilege, to give his woman all the pleasure she can bear. She should be panting and writhing with pleasure.'Emma remained silent, staring at him. Did she not believe him?He walked toward her. 'A real man would take all night if need be to make sure his woman was fully sated. She should be screaming that she canna endure any more.'Emma's eyes widened.'It should be a man's greatest pleasure to see his woman shuddering in the throes of passion.'She took a deep breath and shifted her weight from one foot to another.He paced back and forth. 'Only when she is begging for him should a man see to his own needs. And he should never, ever harm her.' He stopped in front of her 'Am I totally wrong in this?''No,' she squeaked."
Author: Kerrelyn Sparks
35. "Wasn't it wonderful of Angus and Emma to spring for first class tickets?""Yes.""It's an incredibly long flight, you know.""Yes.""They'll show us a movie or two.""Yes."She leaned close to him, smiling. "I love traveling with you. You're so agreeable."He gave her an annoyed look. "Are you going to talk the whole time?"She smiled sweetly. "Yes."
Author: Kerrelyn Sparks
36. "When ye've lived as long as I have, ye realize how relative time is. I've endured centuries that passed in the blink of an eye as if I were barely breathing.' He stopped and faced her. 'Or I can experience an entire lifetime in the span of a few nights. All the hope and passion that makes life worth living, 'tis suddenly surrounding me like a gift from God.' (Angus MacKay)"
Author: Kerrelyn Sparks
37. "Angus is amusing himself by ambushing the postman. Och aye, they may have taken his trouser snake addendums, but they cannae tak his freedom!!"
Author: Louise Rennison
38. "—Cuéntame, Jimmy —dice. El temblor de las manos aumenta—. ¿Dónde has estado todo este tiempo? —Su voz es angustiada pero dulce—. ¿Dónde has estado?Tengo algo atascado en la garganta. Son las palabras.Finalmente las reconozco y digo:—He estado buscándote."
Author: Markus Zusak
39. "Algún día, es posible que tengas que pagar un precio muy alto por todo el placer y la alegría que el amor provoca. Y cuanto más intensamente ames, más intenso será el dolor futuro. Conocerás la angustia de los celos, la incomprensión, la sensación de rechazo y de injusticia. Sentirás el frío hasta en tus huesos, y tu sangre formará cubitos de hielo que notarás comer bajo tu piel. La mecánica de tu corazón explotará. Yo misma te instalé éste reloj, conozco perfectamente los límites de su funcionamiento. Como mucho es posible que resista la intensidad del placer, pero no es lo bastante sólido para aguantar los pesares del amor."
Author: Mathias Malzieu
40. "Don't fear death, fear the un-lived life[Angus Tuck]"
Author: Natalie Babbitt
41. "El amor no es solo amor. Es trabajo duro, confianza y lágrimas con incluso algunos atisbos de devastación. Pero al final del día, si puedes mirar a la persona a tu lado y eres incapaz de imaginar a nadie más a quién preferirías tener allí, el dolor y angustia y los altibajos del amor valen la pena."
Author: Nicole Williams
42. "I must have bitten Angus Young too, because his brother Malcolm walked up to me in a rage. I was wearing platform boots, and Malcolm's face was eye level with my belly button. "You fucking bastard," he roared at my navel. "You can bite my brother, fine! But if you fucking bite me, I'll bite your fucking nose off, you dog-faced faggot."I think I said something like "you and what stepladder," because before I knew it, he was attacking me, climbing up my leg and clawing at my face like a crazed cat."
Author: Nikki Sixx
43. "Sušalti? Ar galima sušalti, kai tavo širdyje liepsnoja saule? Ta vakara dangus man atrode kaip didelis medis, išskleides savo šakas nuo vakaru iki rytu, kaip didžiulis jazmino medis, kuris ramiai ošdamas barste ant musu savo baltus žiedus."
Author: Reşat Nuri Güntekin
44. "[...] Pero luego el silencio cubrió las cabezas, como una manta pesada. Todos volvieron hacia Neville unos rostros pálidos. Neville los observó serenamente. Y de pronto comprendió. Yo soy el anormal ahora. La normalidad es un concepto mayoritario. Norma de muchos, no de un sólo hombre.Y comprendió, también, la expresión de aquellos rostros: angustia, miedo, horror. Tenían miedo, sí. Era para ellos un monstruo terrible y desconocido, una malignidad más espantosa aún que la plaga. Un espectro invisible que había dejado como prueba de su existencia los cadáveres desangrados de sus seres queridos. Y Neville los comprendió, y dejó de odiarlos."
Author: Richard Matheson
45. "Kita kadang merasa lebih benar, lebih baik, lebih tinggi, dan lebih suci dibanding mereka yang kita nasehati.Hanya mengingatkan kembali kepada diri ini: jika kau merasa besar, periksa hatimu. Mungkin ia sedang bengkak.Jika kau merasa suci, periksa jiwamu. Mungkin itu putihnya nanah dari luka nurani.Jika kau merasa tinggi, periksa batinmu. Mungkin ia sedang melayang kehilangan pajakan.Jika kau merasa wangi, priksa ikhlasmu, mungkin itu asap dari amal shalihmu YANG HANGUS DIBAKAR RIYA'."
Author: Salim Akhukum Fillah
46. "POOR ANGUSOh what do you do, poor Angus,When hunger makes you cry?"I fix myself an omelet, sir,Of fluffy clouds and sky."Oh what do you wear, poor Angus,When winds blow down the hills?"I sew myself a warm cloak, sir,Of hope and daffodils."Oh who do you love, poor Angus,When Catherine's left the moor?"Ah, then, sir, then's the only timeI feel I'm really poor."
Author: Shel Silverstein
47. "I dinna trust him," said Slightly Mad Angus. "He reads books an' such."
Author: Terry Pratchett
48. "Ingentis animos angusto in pectore versant."
Author: Virgil
49. "Pero, si algún día no vienes a la hora del desayuno, si te sorprendo a través de algún espejo buscando otra mirada, si el teléfono repiquetea en vano en tu habitación desierta, entonces, después de indecibles angustias (pues la locura del corazón humano no tiene fin) buscaré otro ser como tú, encontraré a otro ser que se te parezca. Entretanto, tratemos de abolir de un solo golpe el tictac del tiempo. Aproxímate más a mí."
Author: Virginia Woolf
50. "Os filhos estão entre as aquisições mais caras que o consumidor médio pode fazer ao longo de toda a sua vida. Em termos puramente monetários, eles custam mais do que um carro luxuoso do ano, uma volta ao mundo em um cruzeiro ou até mesmo uma mansão. Pior ainda, o custo total tende a crescer com o tempo, e seu volume não pode ser fixado de antemão nem estimado com algum grau de certeza. [...] Além disso, ter filhos é, em nossa época, uma questão de decisão, não um acidente - o que aumenta a ansiedade. Tê-los ou não é comprovadamente a decisão com maiores consequências e de maior alcance que existe, e portanto também a mais angustiante e estressante."
Author: Zygmunt Bauman

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