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1. "Sleep: the moon still hasn't moved the width of a constellation since you were a girl. Since you have become a woman, the stars that stand above the halls of Palladios have not yet disappeared behind the domes of San Marco. But only since then has the world become the world."
Author: Alexander Lernet Holenia
2. "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
3. "Elizabeth lay face-down on the massage table, and allowed Marco to relieve the stress of the business day with firm and knowing fingers. Success, she decided, was often a matter of knowing when to relax."
Author: Barbara Taylor Bradford
4. "Es gracioso que la belleza del arte tenga mucho más que ver con el marco que con la obra de arte en sí misma."
Author: Chuck Palahniuk
5. "Marconi said, "I see you have your instruments. Can any of you sing? The old spirituals work best."John said, "I can sing."I said, "No, you can't, John.""Well, I play the guitar.""So can I," said Big Jim. "We have two guitars."I said, "This could not be any stupider."John said, "Dave, you remember the words to 'Camel Holocaust'?""Ah, once again, you prove me wrong, John."
Author: David Wong
6. "And off in the far distance, the gold on the wings of the angel atop the bell tower of San Marco flashed in the sun, bathing the entire city in its glistening benediction."
Author: Donna Leon
7. "Then, I will be a real Italian girl, instead of a total American who still can't hear someone across the street to his friend Marco without wanting instinctively to yell back "Polo!"
Author: Elizabeth Gilbert
8. "Which tent is your favourite?" he asks."The Ice Garden," Celia answers, without even pausing to consider."Why is that?" Marco asks."Because of the way it feels," she says. "It's like walking into a dream. As though it is someplace else entirely and not simply another tent..."
Author: Erin Morgenstern
9. "Marco moves to close the distance between them, kissing away her tears before catching her lip with his own.As he kisses her, the bonfire glows brighter. The acrobats catch the light perfectly as they spin. The entire circus sparkles, dazzling every patron."
Author: Erin Morgenstern
10. "¿Alguna vez me amaste? - Pregunta Isobel.-No - admite Marco-. Creí que quizás podría, pero…Isobel asiente.-Yo creí que lo hacías -dice ella-. Estaba tan segura que lo hacías, aunque nunca me lo habías dicho. No sabía la diferencia entre lo que era real y lo que quería que fuera real. Pensé que esto iba a ser temporal, aún cuando seguía pasando. Pero no lo es. Nunca lo fue. Yo era la que era temporal."
Author: Erin Morgenstern
11. "É a primeira vez que lhe toca na pele nua.A reacção no ar é imediata. Uma corrente súbita de energia tonificante e luminosa ondula através da sala. O candelabro começa a tremer.A sensação que passa vertiginosamente pela pele de Marco é intensa e profunda, iniciando-se no ponto onde a palma da mão se encontra com a dela, mas alastrando-se a partir daí, numa distância maior e mais profunda"
Author: Erin Morgenstern
12. "So proper for a circus girl," Mme. Padva says with with a gleam in her eye. "We shall have to loosen those corset laces if we intend to keep you an intimate dinner company.""I expected the corset unlacing would take place after dinner," Celia says mildly, earning a chorus of laughter."We shall keep Miss Bowen as intimate company regardless of the state of her corset," Chandresh says. "Make a note of that," he adds, waving a hand at Marco."Miss Bowen's corset is duly noted, sir," Marco replies, and the laghter bubbles over the table again."
Author: Erin Morgenstern
13. "Celia laughs and a curl of her hair falls across her cheek.Marco tentatively moves to brush it off her face, but before his fingers reach her, she pushes herself off the ledge, her silver gown a billowing cloud as she falls onto the pile of jewel-toned cushions."
Author: Erin Morgenstern
14. "¿Recuerda a todos los de su público? —pregunta Marco.—No a todos ellos —dice Celia—. Pero recuerdo a las personas que me miran de la forma en que usted lo hace.—¿Qué forma es esa?—Como si no pudieran decidirse entre sí me tienen miedo o me quieren besar.—No te tengo miedo —dice Marco."
Author: Erin Morgenstern
15. "I'm a little like Marco Polo, going around and mixing cultures."
Author: Gianni Versace
16. "I didn't cry when they buried my father - I wouldn't let myself. I didn't cry when they buried my sister. On Thursday night, with my family asleep upstairs, my eyes filled as Agassi and Marcos Baghdatis played out the fifth set of their moving second-round match."
Author: Greg Garber
17. "The devil himself can become beauty, so we are told, to corrupt mankind."(Marco)"
Author: Iain Pears
18. "Bagisla beni efendimiz: er geç o rihtima çikacagim kuskusuz," der Marco, "ama dönüp sana anlatamayacagim onu. Böyle bir kent var, ve de basit bir sirri var: yalniz gidisleri bilir, dönüsleri bilmez."
Author: Italo Calvino
19. "Çevresini saran karanlik, kalles dünya birden gizli zenginliklerini sunuyormus, yasamdan hala, toplu sözlesmenin saat ücreti, ek ücret,çocuk yardimi, pahalilik yardimi disinda da bir sey beklenebilirmis gibi geldi Marcovaldo'ya."
Author: Italo Calvino
20. "Marco Polo describes a bridge, stone by stone.'But which is the stone that supports the bridge?' Kublai Khan asks.'The bridge is not supported by one stone or another,' Marco answers, 'but by the line of the arch that they form.'Kublai Khan remains silent, reflecting. Then he adds: 'Why do you speak to me of the stones? It is only the arch that matters to me.'Polo answers: 'Without stones there is no arch."
Author: Italo Calvino
21. "Insanlar on bir ay boyunca kenti seviyorlar, kente toz kondurmuyorlardi; gökdelenler, otomatik sigara saticilari, panoramik perdeli sinemalar sürekli bir çekicilik kaynagi sayiliyordu. Bu duyguyu kesinlikle paylasmayan tek kisi ise Marcovaldo idi."
Author: Italo Calvino
22. "There is still one of which you never speak.'Marco Polo bowed his head.'Venice,' the Khan said.Marco smiled. 'What else do you believe I have been talking to you about?'The emperor did not turn a hair. 'And yet I have never heard you mention that name.'And Polo said: 'Every time I describe a city I am saying something about Venice."
Author: Italo Calvino
23. "He was Carmine Marcello DeMarco…and even broken, he was beautiful."
Author: J.M. Darhower
24. "Dr. DeMarco nodded, motioning toward Carmine. "I'm thankful for the Mazda— damn thankful you didn't return it scratched," he said, glaring at his father. "I'm thankful to be out of that ridiculous boarding school. Thankful for music and my gun... I fucking love my gun." Haven looked at him with surprise as Dr. DeMarco laughed. "It's a nice gun. I checked it out. A 1911 .45 ACP. Where'd you get it?"Carmine shrugged. "Maybe I don't recall." "Fair enough," Dr. DeMarco said. "Are you done?" "Uh, I'm thankful for you all, even if you get on my nerves sometimes," Carmine said. "Oh, and orgasms... definitely thankful for those." "That's enough," Dr. DeMarco said, shaking his head as he turned to her. "What are you thankful for, child?" She hesitated, her nerves running amuck. "Having food to eat. A bed to sleep in, too."
Author: J.M. Darhower
25. "When I was 16, I wanted to look like Lord Byron. It's not really a haircut so much as a hair-not-cut, but I've never changed it. It's a bit Byron, a bit Don Juan DeMarco and other things that I aspire to be."
Author: Jeremy Clarkson
26. "Mister Dresden," he said. "And Miss Rodriguez, I believe. I didn't realize you were an art collector." "I am the foremost collector of velvet Elvii in the city of Chicago," I said at once. "Elvii?" Marcone inquired. "The plural could be Elvises, I guess," I said. "But if I say that too often, I start muttering to myself and calling things 'my precious,' so I usually go with the Latin plural."
Author: Jim Butcher
27. "When Marconi suggested the possibility of wireless transmission of sound (the radio),he was committed to a mental institution. But people like Lincoln, Edison, and Marconi were strongly motivated. So they didn't give up. They somehow knew that the only real failure is the one from which we learn nothing. They seemed to go on the assumption that there is no failure greater than the failure of not trying, and so they continued to try in the face of repeated failures."
Author: John Powell
28. "Marco Polo sabía que lo que imaginan los hombres no es menos real que lo que llaman la realidad."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
29. "Ah." Ax nodded. "She does not understand how menacing we are." He tapped her on the shoulder. "You do not know me," he said, "but I am a juvenile delinquent. I do not trust authority figures, I probably will not graduate from high school, and statistics say my present rowdiness and vandalism will likely lead to more serious crimes. I am a dangerous fellow and I am causing mayhem in this store." He reached behind her and pulled three jars of baby food from the top shelf. Shoved them behind a box of macaroni. Shuffled the Chess Whizzed in front of the Marshmallow Fluff. Tossed a bag of lady's shavers onto a bag of hamburger buns. "There. I have now shamelessly destroyed the symmetry of this shelf, undoing hours of labor by underpaid store employees. If you could see me, you would be frightened." "If she could see you, she'd have you committed," Marco muttered."
Author: Katherine Applegate
30. "Ax-man. Cardboard isn't one of the major food groups, remember?"-Marco"
Author: Katherine Applegate
31. "Sticking your tongue in an electrical socket is dangerous- not to mention painful." -Marco"
Author: Katherine Applegate
32. "Jake? Do me a favor. Don't ever say 'so far, so good'. The only time anyone ever says 'so far, so good' is right before everything blows up in his face!"-Marco"
Author: Katherine Applegate
33. "They think we're intelligent. So, Marco, keep quiet. We don't want them to learn the truth." Rachel"
Author: Katherine Applegate
34. "So, there we were. The five of us - Marco, Tobias, Rachel, Cassie, and me. Five normal mallrats heading home.Sometimes I think about that one, last moment when we were still just normal kids. It's like it was a million years ago, like it was some totally different group of kids. You know what I was afraid of right then? I was afraid of admitting to Tom that I hadn't made the team. That was as scary as life got back then.Five minutes later, life got a lot scarier."
Author: Katherine Applegate
35. "Don't be so sure,' Cassie said. 'We're fighting for Mother Earth. She has some tricks up her sleeves.''Good grief,' Marco said. 'Let's all buy Birkenstocks and go hug some trees."
Author: Katherine Applegate
36. "Oh, I'm sure we could talk them into letting us in for nothing," Marco said. "Just tell themwe're Animorphs.""Tell them we're what?" Rachel asked."Idiot teenagers with a death wish," Marco said."Animorphs." I tried the word out. It sounded okay."
Author: Katherine Applegate
37. "El silencio es el lienzo en blanco, el marco, sobre lo que trabajas; y no tratas de ahogarlo."
Author: Keith Richards
38. "Marco faced her and rested a shoulder against the locker. "It doesn't take much, does it? To make you happy." He reached out, as if to tuck a stray curl behind her ear, but pulled back. "It never did."
Author: Laura Kaye
39. "—Te odio, Marcos Pessaro —dijo en un susurro que él, por supuesto, escuchó alto y claro.—No es cierto, Marina Miralles -respondió mientras subía las escaleras hacia su dormitorio—. Quizá más tarde. Ahora sólo me deseas."
Author: Lucía De Vicente
40. "Ano pong ibig sabihin nitong preventive detention? The meaning of preventive detention is Mr. Marcos thinks that next month, you will commit a crime, he can now order you arrested so you will not be able to commit your crime. Anong klaseng batas iyan? Iniisip mo pa lang eh nabilanggo ka na eh. Aba'y hayop kako itong batas na ito. Eh kung totoo ito, eh lahat ng lalaking diborsyado na nag-iisip pa lang magliligaw, patay na sa asawa."
Author: Ninoy Aquino
41. "The entrance to the natural EM senses is now guarded by artificially monstrous EM waves carrying every kind of pattern irrelevant to nature, from TV sitcoms to defense radar broadcasts. It is as though we have covered the whole surface of the globe with a slum of slovenly, impalpable constructions during the past eighty years or so since Marconi. They are literally skyscrapers in as much as they touch the ionosphere and are reflected from it. They are tenements full of the disorderly displays of sitcoms and the sterile reflections of military radar."
Author: Peter Redgrove
42. "Marco could not have known about the mystical effect of a full moon on cats and books left on their own in the library. Not until he saw the lines breathe, the words unveiled."
Author: Rahma Krambo
43. "Compreendo o senhor, disse Marco Antonio Guerra. Quero dizer, se não me engano, creio que o compreendo. O senhor é como eu e eu sou como o senhor. Não estamos à vontade. Vivemos num ambiente que nos asfixia. Fazemos como se não acontecesse nada, mas acontece sim. O que acontece? Nos asfixiamos, caralho. O senhor se desafoga como pode."
Author: Roberto Bolaño
44. "Rondó por la piscinaDel Holiday InnY de golpe se sintió completamente inútilLa imagen de una piscinaA medianocheEn TexasPobre TexasExcavadaComo todas las demás3/79San Marcos, Texas"
Author: Sam Shepard
45. "O dejas pasar el instante y ya no puedes hacer nada. Porque tambien existe eso, el instante: el tiempo trae y se lleva las cosas, de manera arbitraria, y no somos solo nosotros quienes ponemos nuestras acciones y sus circunstancias en el marco del tiempo. A veces ocurre que el instante trae una posibilidad, y esa posibilidad tiene su momento exacto, y si el instante pasa, ya no puedes hacer nada de nada."
Author: Sándor Márai
46. "I cannot have this Imelda Marcos woman beating me, whoever she is,' Suki shrugged by way of explanation."
Author: Sarah Alderson
47. "Imagine," she said, after registering, "a whole city of gorgeous Italian guys. They can say anything to me, and it'll be sexy." "You'll be so easy," Rashmi said. "Would you like-ah to order-ah the spa-ghe-tti? 'Oh, do me, Marco!"
Author: Stephanie Perkins
48. "Who are you in love with?" I said then.For a minute Marco didn't say anything, he simply opened his mouth and breathed out a blue, vaporous ring."Perfect!" he laughed.The ring widened and blurred, ghost-pale on the dark air.Then he said, "I am in love with my cousin."I felt no surprise."Why don't you marry her?""Impossible.""Why?"Marco shrugged. "She's my first cousin. She's going to be a nun.""Is she beautiful?""There's no one to touch her.""Does she know you love her?""Of course."I paused. The obstacle seemed unreal to me."If you love her," I said, "you'll love somebody else someday."
Author: Sylvia Plath
49. "There were no mail-order catalogues in 1492. Marco Polo's journal was the wish book of Renaissance Europe. Then, Columbus sailed the ocean blue and landed in Sears' basement. Despite all the Indians on the escalator, Columbus' visit came to be known as a "discovery."
Author: Tom Robbins
50. "I aim to take possession of this estate," the young woman continued. "With the money you've given me, I'll start a school—a refuge, for girls who've been abused. I can help them gain new lives, as you've given me mine." "Are you certain, my dear?" her mother asked. "I am," came the confident answer. "This is what I've always truly wanted to do." "An excellent idea," Marco said, and the sentiment was echoed by everyone in the room. This, Eva felt, was Nemesis's true purpose—that no one person or organization should be responsible for addressing wrongdoing, but that everyone labored together for justice. Eva's own parents could not fault her for wanting this."
Author: Zoe Archer

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