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1. "Tudo que acontece é intrinsecamente semelhante ao homem a quem acontece"
Author: Aldous Huxley
2. "She'd rinsed and dried the romaine lettuce with paper towels."
Author: Anne Rice
3. "And so the dentist says 'Rinse.' So you lean over, and you're lookin' at this miniature toilet bowl."
Author: Bill Cosby
4. "Hunter turned and kissed Dillon deeply before he rinsed off. He had never wished for his sight before, but he would have given anything at that moment to be able to turn and witness the beauty of the man that had just made love to him. He'd literally felt the change in Dillon's grip as he made love.The very first time they were together, Dillon's hold was uncertain, a tentative embrace that held no absolutes, no dreams, but just now it was different; it was a grip that sat right on the edge of possession, a possession Hunter would willingly give, if asked.But would Dillon ask, and would he be able to accept?"
Author: Brandon Shire
5. "As he passed through the dining room, he stopped and took a white daisy from the bouqet his housekeeper had placed in the middle of the table..and put the daisy in the buttonhole of his summer jacket. Then he opened the front door and walked down the steps to Prinsegade, filled with the blind triumph that people sometimes experience when they've conquered their own better judgment."
Author: Carsten Jensen
6. "It might have sounded silly, but Affenlight loved the way Owen always picked these same two mugs and even, presumably, went so far as to rinse them in the sink when they were dirty. Such consistency suggested, or seemed to suggest, that Owen found their afternoons worth repeating, even down to the smallest detail. This was the dreamy, paradisiacal side of domestic ritual: when all the days were possessed of the same minutiae precisely because you wanted them to be."
Author: Chad Harbach
7. "The rinsed foam swirled into one drain that always clogged come October when the maples dropped Canadian propaganda over everything."
Author: Daniel Handler
8. "...Noi leggeveamo un giorno per dilettoDi Lancialotto, come amor lo strinse;Soli eravamo e senza alcun sospettoPer più fiate gli occhi ci sospinseQuella lettura, e scolorocci il viso;Ma solo un punto fu quel che ci vinse.Quando leggemmo il disiato risoEsser baciato da cotanto amante,Questi, che mai da me non fia diviso,La bocca mi baciò tutto tremante.Galeotto fu il libro e chi lo scrisse:Quel giorno più non vi leggemmo avante."""We were reading one day, to pass the time,of Lancelot, how love had seized him.We were alone, and without any suspicionAnd time and time again our eyes would meetover that literature, and our faces paled,and yet one point alone won us.When we had read how the desired smilewas kissed by so true a lover,This one, who never shall be parted from me,kissed my mouth, all a-tremble.Gallehault was the book and he who wrote itThat day we read no further."
Author: Dante Alighieri
9. "Dorina stava con gli occhi chiusi quando sentì scendere le mani di lui verso i seni...alzò le braccia e gli prese la nuca...tirò l'aria. Livio le affondò la bocca tra il collo e la spalla. Dorina si voltò...gli sbottonò la camicia...scoprendogli completamente il torace. Gli percorse la pella nuda....Si levò il maglione..e scoprì il seno. Livio voleva toccarla. Lei lo prese per i fianchi e lo tirò a sé. Poi gli strinse le braccia intorno al collo. Lui sentì i suoi capezzoli che gli affondavano nella pelle...Le restituì l'abbraccio. Rimasero schiacciati uno all'altro, con la città accesa tutt'intorno."
Author: Diego De Silva
10. "Kaya nga sa fairy tale, lagi na lang sinasabing 'and they live happily ever after' kasi hindi maikwento ano talaga ang naging ending. Nung magpakasal ang prinsesang maganda sa isinumpang prinsipe na naging palaka na bumalik uli sa pagiging gwapo ng prinsipe(matapos mahalikan), hindi pa naman ending yun. Kalagitnaan pa lang ng buhay nila yun. Ilan ang anak nila? Nanganak kaya ang prinsesa ng butete? Ano ang nangyari sa kanila nung tumanda sila? Sino ang unang namatay? kahit nga ang buhay sa mundo, matapos di umano ang katapusan ng mundo, magsisimula uli ang tao sa bagong paraiso. Wala pa ring closure."
Author: Eros S. Atalia
11. "Care-s singurele lucruri pe care le putem eterniza? Ah, numai cele care tocmai se ofilesc si-ncep sa-si piarda parfumul! Ah, doar furtuni ce se îndeparteaza vlaguite si sentimente târzii, galbejite! Ah, numai pasari ostenite de zbor, ratacite-n zbor, pasari care se lasa prinse-n mâna, - în mâna noastra! Noi imortalizam cele ce nu mai au mult de trait si de zburat, numai lucruri istovite si rascoapte! Si numai pentru a putea picta dupa-amiaza voastra, voi, gânduri ale mele scrise si pictate..."
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
12. "Nothing is so beautiful as spring - when weeds, in wheels, shoot long and lovely and lush; Thrush's eggs look little low heavens, and thrush through the echoing timber does so rinse and wring the ear, it strikes like lightning to hear him sing."
Author: Gerard Manley Hopkins
13. "En bruger brændevin, en anden bruger løgne; å ja! så brugte vi eventyr om prinser og trolde og allslags dyr"
Author: Henrik Ibsen
14. "Non basta che le tue azioni, o meglio le tue intenzioni siano intrinsecamente buone; devi fare in modo che appaiano tali. S'è bello l'interno, devi provvedere a far bello anche l'esterno. Altrimenti la malignità e l'invidia offuscheranno le tue virtù in modo tale che neanche un uomo intelligente e buono [...] riuscirà a scorgerne l'interna bellezza. Sia questa, miei giovani lettori, la vostra massima costante: nessuno è mai tanto buono da poter trascurare le regole della prudenza; e la virtù stessa non può apparire bella quando non s'adorni esteriormente di correttezza e di decoro."
Author: Henry Fielding
15. "Friends are connected by their souls, you can't just rinse something out that has been deeply instilled into your sou"
Author: Hiromu Arakawa
16. "Prudenta lui ii egala averea. Era de o umilinta excesiva. Niciodata orgoliul nu-l prinsese in capcanele sale. Acest negustor se facea atat de mic, de bland, de placut si de sarac la curte, in fata printeselor, regilor si favoritilor, incat aceasa modestie si bonomie ii pazisera afacerea."
Author: Honoré De Balzac
17. "?edea singur, ca un înger zvârlit din cer cu aripile cosite, izgonit din iad cu coarnele desprinse ?i ghearele retezate, nemaiîndraznind sa masoare nici adâncul cerului,nici al pamântului, care deopotriva îl surghiunisera; singur, nici înger, nici demon, între oamenii care nu-i erau fra?i ?i pe care-i ura fara putere, neputând sa-i iubeasca."
Author: Ionel Teodoreanu
18. "My death..I mean..will it be quick,and with dignity? How will i know when the end is coming?""When you vomit blood,sir," Tao Chi'en said sadly.That happened three weeks later,in the middle of Pacific,in the privacy of the captain's cabin. As soon as he could stand , the old seaman cleaned up the traces of his vomit, rinsed out his mouth , changed his bloody shirt, lighted his pipe, and went to the bow of his ship , where he stood and looked for the last time at the stars winking in a sky of black velvet. Several sailors saw him and waited at a distance, caps in hands. When he had smoked the last of his tobacco, Captain John Sommers put his legs over the rail and noiselessly dropped into the sea.-Portrait in Sepia by Isabel Allende."
Author: Isabel Allende
19. "...our familiar features rinsed in weird adulthood."
Author: Jennifer Egan
20. "Summer is a great time to visit art museums, which offer the refreshing rinse of swimming pools - only instead of cool water, you immerse yourself in art."
Author: Jerry Saltz
21. "Eventually I took a square of white chocolate out of the box, and unwrapped it, and then I did something I had never done before. I put the chocolate in my mouth, letting it soften until the last possible moment, and then as I chewed it slowly, I prayed that Mr. Pirzada's family was safe and sound. I had never prayed for anything before, had never been taught or told to, but I decided, given the circumstances, that it was something I should do. That night when I went to the bathroom I only pretended to brush my teeth, for I feared that I would somehow rinse the prayer out as well. I wet the brush and rearranged the tube of paste to prevent my parents from asking any questions, and fell asleep with sugar on my tongue."
Author: Jhumpa Lahiri
22. "For Equilibrium, a Blessing:Like the joy of the sea coming home to shore,May the relief of laughter rinse through your soul.As the wind loves to call things to dance,May your gravity by lightened by grace.Like the dignity of moonlight restoring the earth,May your thoughts incline with reverence and respect.As water takes whatever shape it is in,So free may you be about who you become.As silence smiles on the other side of what's said,May your sense of irony bring perspective.As time remains free of all that it frames,May your mind stay clear of all it names.May your prayer of listening deepen enoughto hear in the depths the laughter of god."
Author: John O'Donohue
23. "(...) a mais segura diferença que poderíamos estabelecer entre as pessoas não seria dividi-las em espertas e estúpidas, mas em espertas e demasiadoespertas, com as estúpidas fazemos o que quisermos, com as espertas a solução épô-las ao nosso serviço, ao passo que as demasiado espertas, mesmo quando estão do nosso lado, são intrinsecamente perigosas, não o conseguem evitar, o maiscurioso é que com os seus actos estão constantemente a dizer-nos que tenhamoscuidado com elas em geral não damos atenção aos avisos e depois aguentamos as consequências (...)"
Author: José Saramago
24. "Move, hunt, kill. Like lather, rinse, and repeat."
Author: Kendare Blake
25. "Something's different," Carlos continued. "Tonight you came in with no scowling or growling. Why thechange?"Robby shrugged one shoulder. "I'm trying to convince you I'm no' crazy. If I kept doing the same thing when itwasna working, would that no' be crazy?""Good point." Carlos rinsed the bowl and placed it in the dishwasher. "So you're trying a new strategy tonight."Robby removed the bottled blood from the microwave and filled a glass. "Tonight I saw an angel."Carlos's eyes widened. "And you're still trying to convince me you're not crazy?"
Author: Kerrelyn Sparks
26. "Ivy rose to rinse the carafe. She leaned close to me, running the water to blur her words as she muttered, "What's wrong with her? She's crying over her tea."
Author: Kim Harrison
27. "Får den ikke munken til å luse indover stængte haver og lægge øiet ind til de sovendes vinduer om natten? Og besætter den ikke nonnen med dårskap og formørker prinsessens forstand? Den slår kongens hode i veien så hans hår feier alt veiens støv, og derunder hvisker han ublu ord for sig selv og ler og stikker tungen ut."
Author: Knut Hamsun
28. "Olipa kerran tyttö,joka tahtoi olla prinsessa.Pää 100% tylliä,kahvipakettikruunuja taukoamaton polotus:kerrokerrokuvastinkerro kuka, arvaa kuka!Herne patjan alla murenee tomuksi,mutta tyttö juoksee yöt metsiä, suuteleesammakoita ja sammakoilla kielivatsanpohjaan saakka.Kokonaisen kesän tyttö roikottoo palmikoita vintin ikkunasta,vaikka kylän pojat kivittävät ruudut rikki.Tulee kuhmu ja tulee haava,mutta prinsessaa ei tule.Salaatytölle kasvaa villieläinsilmät ja säikyt jalat.Silmissä villieläimet vaanivatsyli täynnä marmorikuuliaja jokaisessa kuulassa tyttö, jota ei kohta ole,sillä tyttöjen aika on nopea,tyttöjen aika on villieläimen säikyt jalat."
Author: Kristiina Wallin
29. "To wash and rinse our souls of their age-old sorrows,We drained a hundred jugs of wine.A splendid night it was . . . .In the clear moonlight we were loath to go to bed,But at last drunkenness overtook us;And we laid ourselves down on the empty mountain,The earth for pillow, and the great heaven for coverlet"
Author: Li Bai
30. "No one asks how or what I am doing. They could not care less. We're all looking glasses, we girls, existing only to reflect their images back to them as they'd like to be seen. Hollow vessels of girls to be rinsed of our own ambitions, wants, and opinions, just waiting to be filled with the cool, tepid water of gracious compliance.A fissure forms in the vessel. I'm cracking open."
Author: Libba Bray
31. "Every girl was once a prinsess"
Author: Libba Bray
32. "Queen of my tub, I merrily sing,While the white foam rises high,And sturdily wash, and rinse, and wring,And fasten the clothes to dry; Then out in the free fresh air they swing,Under the sunny sky.I wish we could wash from our hearts and our soulsThe stains of the week away,And let water and air by their magic makeOurselves as pure as they; Then on the earth there would be indeedA glorious washing-day!Along the path of a useful lifeWill heart's-ease ever bloom; The busy mind has no time to thinkOf sorrow, or care, or gloom; And anxious thoughts may be swept awayAs we busily wield a broom.I am glad a task to me is givenTo labor at day by day;For it brings me health, and strength, and hope,And I cheerfully learn to say-"Head, you may think; Heart, you may feel;But Hand, you shall work always!"
Author: Louisa May Alcott
33. "Bakit kaya ganun? Liligawan nila tayo. Papakitaan ng magandang ugali. Yung gagawin pa tayong prinsesa ng buhay nila. Yung ipaparamdam nila sa atin na hindi nila kayang mabuhay kung wala tayo. Tapos kapag na-fall na tayo at handa na natin silang mahalin, bigla na lang mababago ang lahat. We're not princesses anymore."
Author: Marcelo Santos III
34. "She yanked my plate away and took it to the sink. She rinsed some bones that looked like pork shoulder, which was weird since we'd had chicken tonight."
Author: Margaret Stohl
35. "I was thankful that nobody was there to meet me at the airport. We reached Paris just as the light was fading. It had been a soft, gray March day, with the smell of spring in the air. The wet tarmac glistened underfoot; over the airfield the sky looked very high, rinsed by the afternoon's rain to a pale clear blue. Little trails of soft cloud drifted in the wet wind, and a late sunbeam touched them with a fleeting underglow. Away beyond the airport buildings the telegraph wires swooped gleaming above the road where passing vehicles showed lights already."
Author: Mary Stewart
36. "In June, Deacon noticed a pattern where Thursday was concerned. Woman, fight, brood alone in angry silence, rinse, and repeat"
Author: Mercy Celeste
37. "And you? Did you find the doorknob?"Hadrian picked up a jug and downed several swallows, drinking so quickly some of the water dripped down his chin. He poured some in his palm and rinsed his face, running his fingers through his hair."I didn't even get close enough to see a door.""Well, look on the bright side"—Hadrian smiled—"at least you weren't captured and condemned to death this time.""That's the bright side?""What can I say? I'm a glass-half-full kinda guy."
Author: Michael J. Sullivan
38. "Isi lasa capul greu in podul palmelor. Un val de amintiri prinse viata si batu la poarta constiintei."
Author: Mihail Drumeş
39. "MEMED'E SON MEKTUBUMDUR...Ölmekten, oglum korkmuyorum, ama ne de olsais arasinda bazan,irkilip ansizin, yahut yalnizliginda uyku öncesiningünleri saymak biraz zor.Dünyaya doymak olmuyor, Memetdoymak olmuyor...Dünyada kiraci gibi degil, yazligina gelmis gibi de degil, yasa dünyada babanin eviymis gibi...Tohuma, topraga, denize inan,insana hepsinden önce. Bulutu, makinayi, kitabi sev,insani hepsinden önce. Kuruyan dalin sönen yildizinsakat hayvaninduy kederini,ama hepsinden önce de insanin. Sevindirsin seni cümlesi nimetlerinsevindirsin seni karanlik ve aydinlik, sevindirsin seni dört mevsim,ama hepsinden önce insan sevindirsin seni...."
Author: Nâzım Hikmet
40. "Amanda esitò.– Maddie?Lei la guardò nella penombra della notte. Il lampione era lontano, la luce ambrata stendeva campiture nitide sui lineamenti tesi dell'amica. I capelli scuri si confondevano con l'ombra. – Andrà tutto bene, te lo prometto – mormorò Amanda e le strinse la mano.Madison annuì, vaga. – Sì.Sarebbe andato tutto bene, si ripeté nella mente.Se lo ripeté di nuovo.E di nuovo.E ancora."
Author: Prisca Turazzi
41. "Îl cuprinse in brate si îl stranse tare. Ar fi vrut sa-l zgaltaie putin, poate asa si-ar fi regasit mai usor datele ei din trecut.- Suntem cam straini, zise. E frig, nu? Fa ceva, da-mi putin din sangele tau, sa ma incalzesc. Ajuta-mi sa fiu fericita ca sunt aici.I se parea excesiva, ca de atatea ori. Ce putea face la o ora cand cel mai bine este sa dormi? O aseza cu capul pe pieptul lui, apoi o inveli. Era concesiv.Ea isi spunea: "Nu trebuie sa dorm! Nu trebuie sa raman cu mine singura. Trebuie sa ma tin asa, inlantuita de el, pana la sfarsitul ultimului sfarsit!"- Eva, ce vrei sa-mi spui?- Ce nu stii?- Nimic de la plecarea mea.Se gandea: "Nimic de la plecarea lui! Si acum vine, si daca vine, il urmez, fara sa stiu pana unde ma va duce si pentru cat timp!"
Author: Radu Tudoran
42. "O cuprinse in brate; parca nu auzise.- Eva, o sa-ti simt lipsa!- Atunci de ce pleci?Îl simti ca se duce departe, de unde poate venise adineauri.- Nu stiu; mi-e teama sa nu ma transform in copac. (Nu glumea, nici nu parea nebun.) Mi-e teama de limitarile spatiului. Trebuie sa plec repede, si mereu, sa ma apar!Nu-l intelegea si nici nu credea ca trebuie sa-l inteleaga. Isi pregatise si ultima miza:- Ia-ma cu tine!Nu-i raspunse; din departarile intunecate unde se chinuise ajungea iar la lumina, in mijlocul camerei. O privea si o adulmeca, mirat de ceea ce gasea iarasi nou in pielea curata, aurita de soare, care tremura sub degetele lui, arzându-l, cum ar fi fost incarcata de electricitate.Tacerea o facu sa spere; in inima incepeau sa i se lipeasca la loc firele rupte si nu indraznea sa spuna nimic, inainte de a simti ca sudura e trainica. Trebuie sa umble incet cu speranta ei, sa n-o destrame."
Author: Radu Tudoran
43. "I wash the clothes, rinse them and then scrub them again. Will that square little box do that? I am not using any fancy machines when my hands will do."
Author: Renita D'Silva
44. "Live for the gifts the fragrant-breasted Musessend, for the clear, the singing, lyre, my children.Old age freezes my body, once so lithe,rinses the darkness from my hair, now white.My heart's heavy, my knees no longer keep meup through the dance they used to prance like fawns in.Oh, I grumble about it, but for what?Nothing can stop a person's growing old.They say that Tithonus was swept awayin Dawn's passionate, rose-flushed arms to liveforever, but he lost his looks, his youth,failing husband of an immortal bride."
Author: Sappho
45. "Experien?a[..] este capatul unor încercari fructoase, întreprinse cu cel mai desavâr?it cinism, de a nega toate acele lucruri pe care le-au pre?uit ca adevarate,curate,drepte. Ei unii nu-?i dau seama de teribilul cinism care zace în aceasta permanenta definire a experien?ei ca suprem scop al vie?ii."
Author: Stig Dagerman
46. "About 10 minutes ago, we all woke up because of this strange roaring sound. We all raced toward the sound, which turned out to be the washing machine going back on.Who knew the rinse cycle could be so scary?"
Author: Susan Beth Pfeffer
47. "Peeta rinses the pearl off in the water and hands it to me. "For you." I hold it out on my palm and examine its iridescent surface in the sunlight. Yes, I will keep it. For the few remaining hours of my life I will keep it close. This last gift from Peeta. The only one I can really accept. Perhaps it will give me strength in the final moments."
Author: Suzanne Collins
48. "En gang forvandlet hun et gresskar til en kongelig karet, sa Dadda. (...) Det hjelper ingen å møte på ball og lukte som en pai. Og den affæren med glasskoen. Farlig etter min mening. Men det største hun noen gang gjorde, sa Dadda og ignorerte avbrytelsen, var å få et helt slott til å sove i hundre år til... Hun nølte. Kan ikke huske det. Dreide det seg om rosebusker, eller var det spinnerokker med i det der? Jeg tror det var en prinsesse som måtte fingre på... nei, det var en prins. Sånn var det. Fingre på en prins? sa Magrotte ille til mote. Nei... han måtte kysse henne."
Author: Terry Pratchett
49. "In nesfarsitul haos,fura contopite/Obarsiile a toate;apa si pamant si aer/si fluidul foc. Cum astfel,din aceste inceputuri/Necuprinsul prinse viata;se-nchega si globul lumii."
Author: Virgil
50. "Tipsy, they tumbled early into bed - to get as much sleep as they could. So they would feel less hunger. The summer catch had been poor; there wasn't much food. They ate with care and looked sideways at the old: the old were gluttons, everybody knew it, and what was the good of feeding them? It wouldn't harm them to starve a little. The hungry dogs howled. The women rinsed the children's bellies with hot water three times a day, so they wouldn't cry so much for food. The old starved silently. ("The North")"
Author: Yevgeny Zamyatin

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