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1. "I have found no greater satisfaction than achieving success through honest dealing and strict adherence to the view that, for you to gain, those you deal with should gain as well."
Author: Alan Greenspan
2. "Chess for me is not a game, but an art. Yes, and I take upon myself all those responsibilities which an art imposes on its adherents."
Author: Alexander Alekhine
3. "I think the press gets lazy once a certain kind of image is out there. It just adheres, rather than the press trying to break that down."
Author: Alexandra Kerry
4. "The first sound was the bowstrings, the snap of five thousand hemp cords being tightened by stressed yew, and that sound was like the devil's harpstrings being plucked. Then there was the arrow sound, the sigh of air over feathers, but multiplied, so that it was like the rushing of a wind. That sound diminished as two clouds of arrows, thick as any flock of starlings, climbed into the gray sky. Hook, reaching for another broadhead, marveled at the sight of five thousand arrows in two sky-shadowing groups. The two storms seemed to hover for a heart's beat at the height of their trajectory, and then the missiles fell. It was Saint Crispin's Day in Picardy. For an instant there was silence. Then the arrows struck. It was the sound of steel on steel. A clatter, like Satan's hailstorm."
Author: Bernard Cornwell
5. "Ages of prolonged uncertainty, while they are compatible with the highest degree of saintliness in a few, are inimical to the prosaic every-day virtues of respectable citizens. There seems no use in thrift, when tomorrow all your savings may be dissipated; no advantage in honesty, when the man towards whom you practise it is pretty sure to swindle you; no point in steadfast adherence to the cause, when no cause is important or has a chance of stable victory; no argument in favour of truthfulness, when only supple tergiversation makes the preservation of life and fortune possible. The man whose virtue has no source except a purely terrestrial prudence will in such a world, become an adventurer if he has the courage, and, if not, will seek obscurity as a timid time-server."
Author: Bertrand Russell
6. "A habzsolás a szociális segítok által preferált függoség, és ezért tartják minden függoség között a legalacsonyabb rendunek. Ezzel úgy cseszheti szét magát az ember, hogy közben teljesen muködoképes marad, mert muszáj. A kövérek nem engedhetik meg maguknak azt a „luxust", hogy szenvedélyük hasznavehetetlenné, kaotikussá vagy kolonccá tegye oket. Ehelyett lassan úgy pusztítják el magukat, hogy azzal másnak nem okoznak kellemetlenséget. És ezért választják oly sokan a nok közül ezt a függoséget. Azok a titokban habzsoló anyukák. Az a sok KitKat az irodai fiókokban. Azok a boldogtalan, késo éjjeli pillanatok a hutoszekrény fényében."
Author: Caitlin Moran
7. "Look, I asked you here for a reason. Much as I hate to admit it, vampire, we have something in common. ""Totally awesome hair?" Simon suggested, but his heart wasn't really in it either. Something about the look on Jace's face was making him increasingly uneasy. Simon was caught off guard. "Clary?" "Clary, " Jace said again. "You know: short, redheaded, bad temper."
Author: Cassandra Clare
8. "I think Stephen Sondheim is a - and I hardly ever use this word - but this is as close as it gets to a genius."
Author: Christoph Waltz
9. "The pain of the narcissist is that, to him, everything is really a threat. What doesn't surrender in reverence is blasphemous to a high opinion of oneself - the burden of self-importance. The narcissist reconstructs his own law of gravity which states that all things and all creatures must adhere to his personal satisfaction, but when they do not, the pain is far more intense than it is for one who is free from the clamors of 'I'."
Author: Criss Jami
10. "Me comí a Donovan con los ojos, con una nueva sensación de afecto en el pecho.—¿Qué pasa? —preguntó con recelo.—¿Odin? ¿Le has puesto nombre a tu moto?Me guiñó el ojo y cogió el rollo de cinta adhesiva.—Me inspiré en una chiflada con un coche llamado Misery."
Author: Darynda Jones
11. "Curious patients are more receptive to new ideas, and those who engage their health practitioners in a dialogue are much more likely to adhere to these recommendations."
Author: Dean Ornish
12. "Black Books adheres to a more old fashioned, traditional sitcom format, which I think works, because in its own way, it's quite theatrical."
Author: Dylan Moran
13. "After a while, meaning and implication detach themselves from everything. One can be a father and assume no obligations, it follows that one can be a boyfriend and do nothing at all. Pretty soon you can add friend, acquaintance, co-worker, and just about anyone else to the long list of people who seem to be part of your life, though there is no code of conduct that they must adhere to. Pretty soon, it seems unreasonable to be bothered or outraged by much of anything because, well, what did you expect? In a world where the core social unit - the family - is so dispensable, how much can anything else mean?"
Author: Elizabeth Wurtzel
14. "Adherence to principles, and adherence to the individual, combine to make the Rebel Army an indivisible fist."
Author: Ernesto Guevara
15. "Az embernek táplálék kell az élet mindkét végén: elobb anyamell – aztán szentély. Ami mellé odaheveredhet, amikor már senkinek nincsen szüksége rá…"
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
16. "Nevertheless, should you have any doubts that we are stating sound doctrines, look up the references and see exactly what the Bible says and believe it in preference to any man. You cannot go wrong with this kind of advice. But in doing this, be sure you adhere to what is written, and that you do not let preconceived ideas cause you to be biased on any point. Do not try to make the Bible conform to your ideas. Always reconcile your ideas to the Bible. Let the plain language of the references given be read and understood in the same literal way that we would understand similar statements in any other book"
Author: Finis Jennings Dake
17. "Smaak heeft de pad die naar de weegbree kruipt wanneer hij door een spin gebeten is. Smaak leidt het varken naar de truffel, de misselijke hond naar het gras, de bizon over duizenden mijlen naar de zoutsteen. Smaak heeft de zwaluw die de blindheid van haar jongen wil genezen en vanzelf de weg vindt naar het sap van de stinkende gouwe."
Author: Frans Kellendonk
18. "- Ka minuta që e ndien praninë e harmonise së përjetshme, dhe e shikon qartë që e ke arrirë. Nuk është tokësore, domethene, njeriu, si qenie tokesore që është, këtë s'ka si e arrin. Duhet shndërruar fizikisht ose duhet vdekur. Është ndjenjë e qartë, e padiskutueshme, sikur e ndien tërë natyren dhe thua: "Po, kjo është e vërtetë, është diçka e mirë". Nuk është vetëkenaqesi, është vetëm ngazellim. Ju asgjë nuk falni, sepse s'keni ç'të falni. Ju nuk është që dashuroni, kemi të bëjmë me diçka më të lartë! Të tmerron qartesia dhe ngazellimi! Në zgjaste sadopak, shpirti s'e mban dot, duhet të zhduket. Në ato pesë sekonda rroj jetën, ia vlen të japesh jetën për to. Që të durosh deri dhjetë sekonda , duhet transformuar fizikisht. Them se njeriu nuk duhet të linde më. Ç'duhen fëmijët, ç'duhet zhvillimi, kur synimi është arritur? Në ungjill thuhet se të dielave njerëzit nuk do të lindin, do jene si engjejt e perendise. S'i thuhet kot. Gruaja si, po lind?"
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
19. "Man nie zur Gänze erkunden konnte, ein Labyrinth, in dem er und seine Freunde sich für immer verirren konnten. Doch diese Zeiten waren seit mehr als dreißig Jahren vorbei. Holston hatte das Gefühl, seine Kindheit läge zwei, drei Leben zurück und gehöre zu jemand anderem. Nicht zu ihm. Er war sein Leben lang Polizist gewesen, das wog schwer und"
Author: Hugh Howey
20. "Knut, this is Jude. Remember I told you about him? He writes poetry." Knut looked my half-Japanese self up and down. "Haiku?" he guessed. "Gesundheit," I muttered sourly."
Author: J.L. Merrow
21. "You're right," she acknowledged. "I don't know you,really. We spent all of about thirty minutes togethernearly a decade ago. Still, I think the Kyle Rhodeswho walked me home and gave me the shirt off hisback would do the right thing no matter how pissedhe was at my office. So if that guy is hanging aroundthis penthouse anywhere, tell him to call me."
Author: Julie James
22. "Chloe kept her expression bland. He looked immensely pleased with himself this morning, and there was no wayshe was letting him know she'd had even one nocturnal thought about him. "I can't remember," she said, blinkingguilelessly. "In fact, I slept so deeply I don't think I dreamt atall.""Indeed," he murmured. When he moved forward, she nearly jumped out of her skin, but he simply reached behindher and pulled the door to her bedchamber shut.Then backed her against it."Hey," she snapped."I sought but to give you a good morrow kiss, lass. 'Tis a Scots custom."She craned her neck, scowling up at him, and gave him a look that said Yeah, right, nice try."A wee one. No tongue. I promise," he said, his lips curving faintly."You never give up, do you?""I never will, sweet. Doona you know that by now?"Oooh, that was beginning to take on shades of her dream.And he'd called her "sweet," a little endearment. She damped her mouth shut and shook her head."
Author: Karen Marie Moning
23. "I heard there are no male sidhe-seers."Where did you hear that?"Around."And which one of those are you in doubt about Ms. Lane?"Which one of what?"Whether I see the Fae, or whether I'm a man. I believe I've laid your mind to rest on the former; shall I relieve it on the latter?" He reached for his belt.Oh, please." I rolled my eyes. "You're a leftie, Barrons."Touche, Ms. Lane," he murmered."
Author: Karen Marie Moning
24. "Seen runes like these before, Barrons?" Ryodan said. "No. You?" Barrons said. "New to me. Could be useful." I heard the sound of a phone taking pictures. Then I heard the sound of a phone being crushed against rock. "Are you out of your mind?" Ryodan said disbelievingly. "That was my phone." "Possibly," Jo said. "But no one records anything here." "Crush something of mine again, I'll crush your skill." "I weary of you," Jo said. "I weary of your ass, too, sidhe-seer," Ryodan growled."
Author: Karen Marie Moning
25. "He was a passionate adherent of the new ideas and of Speransky, and the busiest purveyor of news in Petersburg, one of those men who choose their opinions like their clothes—according to the fashion—but for that very reason seem the most vehement partisans"
Author: Leo Tolstoy
26. "In British culture, redheads get teased at school. But I've grown up enough to realize I love my hair."
Author: Lily Cole
27. "I will talk to you again in my office, at nine A.M. tomorrow morning, togive you a more thorough orientation to the school and to explain what I will be expecting of you as a scholarship student." She turned to Greta."Greta, please see Caitlyn settled in her room, and see that she showers." With a nod she turned on her heel and left.Caitlyn raised her arm and sneaked a sniff at her armpit. Was Madame Snowe saying she smelled? She caught Greta watching her and loweredher arm. "Just checking," she said sheepishly."
Author: Lisa Cach
28. "The PLO and the Palestinian people adhere to the renouncement of violence and rejection and condemning of terrorism in all its forms, especially State terrorism, and adhere to all agreements signed between the Palestine Liberation Organization and Israel."
Author: Mahmoud Abbas
29. "In my prayers every day, which are a combination of Hebrew prayers and Shakespeare and Sondheim lyrics and things people have said to me that I've written down and shoved in my pocket, I also say the name of every person I've ever known who's passed on."
Author: Mandy Patinkin
30. "Een warme gezindheid jegens anderen overdrijft het goede even graag, als de kwaadaardigheid er plezier in heeft iemand omlaag te halen."
Author: Marcel Proust
31. "Jude 1:3 commands us to "contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints" (emphasis added). Quite frankly, there are certain things that we need to just adhere to and fight for with deep passion and conviction—the national border issues, as we discussed in chapter 4."
Author: Mark Driscoll
32. "We should all oppose - as Darwin did - views manifestly in conflict with the evidence, such as creationism... But we shouldn't set up this debate as 'religion v science'; instead we should strive for peaceful coexistence with at least the less dogmatic strands of mainstream religions, which number many excellent scientists among their adherents."
Author: Martin Rees
33. "Too broken to belongtoo weak to sing alongI'll comfort you my friendHelping you toBlow it all away"
Author: Muse
34. "Military intervention cannot liberate women because it is embedded within a set of assumptions, beliefs, and social relations that reinforce and reproduce gender inequality, as well as other social inequalities within and across nation-states. Military intervention depends upon a belief in the legitimacy of armed violence in resolving political problems, which in turn depends upon our adherence to particular ideas about what it means to be a man or a woman."
Author: Nadje Al Ali
35. "Always pick a redhead, Ee-oh", Manny said. "he'll give you the best fight in the world. Redhead'll never quit."
Author: Philip Roth
36. "Actually everybody has a story, a fairy tale in their heart that they adhere to."
Author: Phoebe Stone
37. "How inconvenient! Always before it had been like snuffing a candle. The police went first and adhesive-taped the victim's mouth and bandaged him off into their glittering beetle cars, so when you arrived you found an empty house. You weren't hurting anyone, you were hurting only things! And since things really couldn't be hurt, since things felt nothing, and things don't scream or whimper, as this woman might begin to scream and cry out, there was nothing to tease your conscience later. You were simply cleaning up. Janitorial work, essentially. Everything to its proper place. Quick with the kerosene! Who's got a match!"
Author: Ray Bradbury
38. "Here, then, is how we can get sinners to cry out, according to Paris Reidhead: If I had my way, I would declare a moratorium on public preaching of "the plan of salvation" in America for one to two years. Then I would call on everyone who has use of the airwaves and the pulpits to preach the holiness of God, the righteousness of God, and the Law of God, until sinners would cry out, "What must we do to be saved?" Then I would take them off in a corner and whisper the gospel to them. Don't use John 3:16. Such drastic action is needed because we have gospel-hardened a generation of sinners by telling them how to be saved before they have any understanding why they need to be saved."
Author: Ray Comfort
39. "It was dreadful. They tried to put the little redhead in a cage."
Author: Sarah Ferguson
40. "I should acquaint the reader with the basic principles of the mythology I adhered to then. I believed . . . that inanimate objects were no less fallible than people. They, too, could be forgetful. And, if you had enough patience, you could catch them by surprise."
Author: Stanisław Lem
41. "Don't watch" the redheaded mind reader whispered. I closed my eyes."
Author: Stephenie Meyer
42. "Women want their love to be reciprocated in the same way they give it; they want their romantic lives to be as rewarding as they make them for their potential mates; they want the emotions that they turn on full blast to be met with the same intensity; and they expect the premium they put on commitment to be equally adhered to, valued, and respected."
Author: Steve Harvey
43. "You don't look half as crazy as I thought you'd look … Olivia said something about a redheaded gargoyle with fangs"
Author: Tarryn Fisher
44. "My mind argued with itself about whether to adhere to proper etiquette or whether to fling aside all modesty and throw my arms around him. My feet chose the latter before my mind had a chance to settle it. I flew off the stool and landed in his embrace. Freezing rain drenched his coat and shirt. His arms wrapped around me tighter, and there was nothing so right as being pressed against Nathaniel Strider."
Author: Tess Oliver
45. "Our purpose is to consciously, deliberately evolve toward a wiser, more liberated and luminous state of being; to return to Eden, make friends with the snake, and set up our computers among the wild apple trees. Deep down, all of us are probably aware that some kind of mystical evolution - a melding into the godhead, into love - is our true task. Yet we suppress the notion with considerable force because to admit it is to acknowledge that most of our political gyrations, religious dogmas, social ambitions and financial ploys are not merely counterproductive but trivial. Our mission is to jettison those pointless preoccupations and take on once again the primordial cargo of inexhaustible ecstasy. Or, barring that, to turn out a good thin-crust pizza and a strong glass of beer."
Author: Tom Robbins
46. "However, this sceptic had one fanaticism. This fanaticism was neither a dogma, nor an idea, nor an art, nor a science; it was a man: Enjolras. Grantaire admired, loved, and venerated Enjolras. To whom did this anarchical scoffer unite himself in this phalanx of absolute minds? To the most absolute. In what manner had Enjolras subjugated him? By his ideas? No. By his character. A phenomenon which is often observable. A sceptic who adheres to a believer is as simple as the law of complementary colors. That which we lack attracts us. No one loves the light like the blind man. The dwarf adores the drum-major. The toad always has his eyes fixed on heaven. Why? In order to watch the bird in its flight. Grantaire, in whom writhed doubt, loved to watch faith soar in Enjolras. He had need of Enjolras. That chaste, healthy, firm, upright, hard, candid nature charmed him, without his being clearly aware of it, and without the idea of explaining it to himself having occurred to him."
Author: Victor Hugo
47. "A phenomenon often seen. A sceptic adhering to a believer; that is as simple as the law of the complementary colours. What we lack attracts us. Nobody loves the light like the blind man..."
Author: Victor Hugo
48. "[The banshee (from ban [bean], a woman, and shee [sidhe], a fairy) is an attendant fairy that follows the old families, and none but them, and wails before a death."
Author: W.B. Yeats
49. "The Doctrine of the Trinity teaches that within the unity of the one Godhead there are three separate persons who are coequal in power, nature, and eternity."
Author: Walter Martin
50. "Confederation is a compact, made originally by four provinces but adhered to by all the nine provinces who have entered it, and I submit to the judgment of this house and to the best consideration of its members, that this compact should not be lightly altered."
Author: Wilfrid Laurier

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