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Acredita Portugal quotes by Malcolm Gladwell
#1. Think, for example, has a higher suicide rate: countries whose citizens declare themselves to be very happy, such as Switzerland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, and Canada? or countries like Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain, whose citizens describe themselves as not very happy at all? Answer: the so-called happy countries. It's the same phenomenon as in the Military Police and the Air Corps. If you are depressed in a place where most people are pretty unhappy, you compare yourself to those around you and you don't feel all that bad. But can you imagine how difficult it must be to be depressed in a country where everyone else has a big smile on their face?2 Caroline Sacks's decision to evaluate herself, then, by looking around her organic chemistry classroom was not some strange and irrational behavior. It is what human beings do. We compare ourselves to those in the same situation as ourselves, which means that students in an elite school - except, perhaps, #Quote by Malcolm Gladwell
Acredita Portugal quotes by Ray LaHood
#2. Public spending on infrastructure has fallen to its lowest level since 1947. And the U.S., which used to have the finest infrastructure in the world, is now ranked 16th according to the World Economic Forum, behind Iceland, Spain, Portugal and the United Arab Emirates. #Quote by Ray LaHood
Acredita Portugal quotes by Lorik Cana
#3. It was a dream start, a perfect start for us. We had to start qualification away from home in Portugal, the group favourites - and I still think they are the group favourites. It was a historic result to win against a big team in Europe, so I am very happy for my country and for my people. They were all looking to the national team. This victory is for them and we will try to do the best that we can until the end of qualification. #Quote by Lorik Cana
Acredita Portugal quotes by Fernando Pessoa
#4. Oh salty sea, how much of your salt Is tears from Portugal? #Quote by Fernando Pessoa
Acredita Portugal quotes by Wolfgang Schauble
#5. There are several silver linings on the horizon. The current account deficits in Spain and Portugal are declining because they have become more competitive and they're exporting more. #Quote by Wolfgang Schauble
Acredita Portugal quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#6. In whatever country Jews have settled in any great number, they have lowered its moral tone; depreciated its commercial integrity; have segregated themselves and have not been assimilated; have sneered at and tried to undermine the Christian religion upon which that nation is founded, by objecting to its restrictions; have built up a state within the state; and when opposed have tried to strangle that country to death financially, as in the case of Spain and Portugal. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Acredita Portugal quotes by Ambrose Bierce
#7. PORTUGUESE, n.pl. A species of geese indigenous to Portugal. They are mostly without feathers and imperfectly edible, even when stuffed with garlic. #Quote by Ambrose Bierce
Acredita Portugal quotes by Paloma Faith
#8. Mum doesn't like it when I mention that Dad's a better cook than her. He was born in Spain and spent eight years in Portugal and is exceptional at lots of cuisines. #Quote by Paloma Faith
Acredita Portugal quotes by Loukas Tsoukalis
#9. Greece is at a dangerous crossroads. Other countries-Portugal, Ireland, maybe Spain-are coming behind it. #Quote by Loukas Tsoukalis
Acredita Portugal quotes by Janet Echelman
#10. In Portugal, my sculpture 'She Changes' refers to the town's fishing history, to the era of seafaring trade and discovery. The contemporary site is industrial, surrounded by red and white striped smokestacks, which is mirrored in the pattern of the sculpture. #Quote by Janet Echelman
Acredita Portugal quotes by Lykke Li
#11. I lived five years in Portugal and then spent winters in Nepal or India. #Quote by Lykke Li
Acredita Portugal quotes by Jennifer Egan
#12. It's all still there: the pool with its blue and yellow tiles from Portugal, water laughing softly down a black stone wall. The house is the same, except quiet. The quiet makes no sense. Nerve gas? Overdoses? Mass arrests? I wonder as we follow a maid through a curve of carpeted rooms, the pool blinking at us past every window. What else could have stopped the unstoppable parties? But it's nothing like that. Twenty years have passed. #Quote by Jennifer Egan
Acredita Portugal quotes by Daniel Handler
#13. The screen shows me Portugal. The screen shows me Cairo. They have a thing where you can wander the streets. I can go anywhere I want is what the screen keeps telling me. Try this. Try there. Go around here. The world's wide open. You can wander anyplace and you'll be alone there, too. #Quote by Daniel Handler
Acredita Portugal quotes by Yann Martel
#14. And I knew what I wanted: I would settle in a hill station and write my novel. I had visions of myself at a table on a large veranda, my notes spread out in front of me next to a steaming cup of tea. Green hills heavy with mists would lie at my feet and the shrill cries of monkeys would fill my ears. The weather would be just tight, requiring a light sweater mornings and evenings, and something short-sleeved midday. Thus set up, pen in hand, for the sake of greater truth, I would turn Portugal into a fiction. That's what fiction is about, isn't it, the selective transforming the reality? The twisting of it to bring out its essence? What need did I have to go to Portugal? #Quote by Yann Martel
Acredita Portugal quotes by Eduardo Galeano
#15. The voyages of the great Chinese fleet were missions of exploration and commerce. They were not enterprises of conquest. No yearning for domination obliged Zheng to scorn or condemn what he found. What was not admirable was at least worthy of curiosity. And from trip to trip, the imperial library in Beijing continued growing until it held four thousand books that collected the wisdom of the world.
At the time, the king of Portugal had six books. #Quote by Eduardo Galeano
Acredita Portugal quotes by Mark Rutte
#16. We are a trading nation, and we are trading with Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Ireland. #Quote by Mark Rutte
Acredita Portugal quotes by Stevan V. Nikolic
#17. I was going after a woman believing that the key is in being with her. But the key is in writing about her. The key is in words and words are in me. Longing for her is just an impulse for words to come out. And the whole purpose is for words to come out. Words are important. Words about love. About life. #Quote by Stevan V. Nikolic
Acredita Portugal quotes by Henry Charles Carey
#18. The commerce of India does not grow, nor does that of Portugal, or of Turkey; that but that of the protected countries does increase, as has been shown in the case of Spain, and can now be shown in that of Germany. #Quote by Henry Charles Carey
Acredita Portugal quotes by John Gimlette
#19. The noise that we can expect in the future will only increase and we'll be wishing for rural Portugal or something like that. #Quote by John Gimlette
Acredita Portugal quotes by Carlos Queiroz
#20. Portugal have a national team called Cristiano Ronaldo and a group of players who run after him. #Quote by Carlos Queiroz
Acredita Portugal quotes by Nigel Farage
#21. The EU is mired in deep structural crisis. Greece, Portugal and Ireland cannot survive inside the Euro. #Quote by Nigel Farage
Acredita Portugal quotes by Tessa Dare
#22. I have an announcement," her father said, brandishing a sheaf of official-looking papers. "Since Bramwell has failed to muster the appropriate enthusiasm, I thought I would share the good news with you, his friends." He adjusted his spectacles. "In honor of his valor and contributions in the liberation of Portugal, Bramwell has been made an earl. I have here the letters patent from the Prince Regent himself. He will henceforth be known as Lord Rycliff."
Susanna choked on her tea. "What? Lord Rycliff? But that title is extinct. There hasn't been an Earl of Rycliff since…"
"Since 1354. Precisely. The title has lain dormant for nearly five centuries. When I wrote to him emphasizing Bramwell's contributions, the Prince Regent was glad of my suggestion to revive it."
A powder blast in the Red Salon could not have stunned Susanna more. Her gaze darted to the officer in question. For a man elevated to the peerage, he didn't look happy about it, either.
"Good God," Payne remarked. "An earl? This can't be borne. As if it weren't bad enough that he controls my fortune, my cousin now outranks me. Just what does this earldom include, anyhow?"
"Not much besides the honor of the title. No real lands to speak of, except for the-"
"The castle," Susanna finished, her voice remote.
Her castle. #Quote by Tessa Dare
Acredita Portugal quotes by Beth Revis
#23. I've heard that when you're in a life-or-death situation, like a car accident or a gunfight, all your senses shoot up to almost superhuman level, everything slows down, and you're hyper-aware of what's happening around you.
As the shuttle careens toward the earth, the exact opposite is true for me.
Everything silences, even the screams and shouts from the people on the other side of the metal door, the crashes that I pray aren't bodies, the hissing of rockets, Elder's cursing, my pounding heartbeat.
I feel nothing - not the seat belt biting into my flesh, not my clenching jaw, nothing. My whole body is numb.
Scent and taste disappear.
The only thing about my body that works is my eyes,and they are filled with the image before them. The ground seems to leap up at us as we hurtle toward it. Through the blurry image of the world below us, I see the outline of land - a continent. And at once, my heart lurches with the desire to know this world, to make it our home. My eyes drink up the image of the planet - and my stomach sinks with the knowledge that this is a coastline I've never seen before. I could spin a globe of Earth around and still be able to recognize the way Spain and Portugal reach into the Atlantic, the curve of the Gulf of Mexico, the pointy end of India. But this continent - it dips and curves in ways I don't recognize, swirls into an unknown sea, creating peninsulas in shapes I do not know, scattering out islands in a pattern I cannot conn #Quote by Beth Revis
Acredita Portugal quotes by Xanana Gusmao
#24. I agree that special interest sections between Portugal and Indonesia can proceed without me being released. #Quote by Xanana Gusmao
Acredita Portugal quotes by Cliff Richard
#25. But Portugal has a peaceful feel about it. I sit on the terrace overlooking the vineyard there and I feel cut off from the world. You need that sort of thing. #Quote by Cliff Richard
Acredita Portugal quotes by E. M. Forster
#26. The idea that nations should love one another, or that business concerns or marketing boards should love one another, or that a man in Portugal should love a man in Peru of whom he has never heard -it is absurd, unreal, dangerous. The fact is we can only love what we know personally. And we cannot know much. #Quote by E. M. Forster
Acredita Portugal quotes by George Papandreou
#27. First of all, Greece won't go down. We're talking about a country that is capable of making change. Europe will not allow the destabilization of the 27-country euro zone. But if there were no action, then markets would start becoming jittery about other countries - and not only Spain and Portugal, but other countries in the European Union. #Quote by George Papandreou
Acredita Portugal quotes by Stevan V. Nikolic
#28. Strangely enough, he didn't feel any guilt for separating himself from his past. Five years ago, he clearly heard in his dream a message brought to him by Archangel Michael from the God Almighty, telling him he should get up and leave everything behind; that his place was not there; that it was time to go in search for his true self and for his true destiny.
Now, five years after, he was sitting in the Bowery chapel, a broken and homeless man, still trying to find that which he was looking for. But he didn't regret anything he had done in those five years. In his mind, it wasn't his doing. He sincerely believed that he surrendered his own will to the will of God and that everything that happened to him, good or bad, had to happen for some reason. It was God's doing. It was his destiny. He just had to figure out why. #Quote by Stevan V. Nikolic
Acredita Portugal quotes by Rick Riordan
#29. Nick tried a pastry. The lady at the café had called them 'farturas'.

(...)

-- but when Nico first heard 'fartura' he knew Percy would have made a joke out of the name.

'Ammerica has dough-nuts', Percy would have said. 'Portugal has fart-nuts. #Quote by Rick Riordan
Acredita Portugal quotes by Yanis Varoufakis
#30. But this was not a bailout. Greece was never bailed out. Nor were the rest of Europe's swine - or PIIGS as Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain became collectively branded. Greece's bailout, then Ireland's, then Portugal's, then Spain's were rescue packages for, primarily, French and German banks. In bending its rules to rescue the PIIGS's private banks (with the issue of the aforementioned IOUs), the ECB had given Chancellor Merkel and France's President Nicolas Sarkozy some respite from having to go back to their parliaments for more taxpayers' money for French and German bankers. But much more was now needed. #Quote by Yanis Varoufakis
Acredita Portugal quotes by Cristiano Ronaldo
#31. I'm ready to lose my life if that's what Portugal needs to win. I'll play vs USA even if I play with one leg. #Quote by Cristiano Ronaldo
Acredita Portugal quotes by Johann Hari
#32. The opposite of addiction is human connection. And I think that has massive implications for the war on drugs. The treatment of drug addicts almost everywhere in the world is much closer to Tent City than it is to anything in Portugal. Our laws are built around the belief that drug addicts need to be punished to stop them. But if pain and trauma and isolation cause addiction, then inflicting more pain and trauma and isolation is not going to solve that addiction. It's actually going to deepen it. #Quote by Johann Hari
Acredita Portugal quotes by Kingsley Amis
#33. Bowen looked nervously about for peasants. It would be unendurable if they all turned out to be full of instinctive wisdom and natural good manners and unself-conscious grace and a deep, articulate understanding of death. #Quote by Kingsley Amis
Acredita Portugal quotes by A.S. Byatt
#34. Pedro of Portugal's rapt and bizarre declaration of love, in 1356, for the embalmed corpse of his murdered wife, Inez de Castro, who swayed beside him on his travels, leather-brown and skeletal, crowned with lace and gold circlet, hung about with chains of diamonds and pearls, her bone-fingers fantastically ringed. #Quote by A.S. Byatt
Acredita Portugal quotes by Cliff Richard
#35. I've got two places I like to be. Portugal is one. #Quote by Cliff Richard
Acredita Portugal quotes by Ken Follett
#36. The war in Continental Europe appeared to be over. Germany had won. Europe was Fascist from Poland to Sicily and from Hungary to Portugal. There was no fighting anywhere. Rumors said the British government had discussed peace terms. #Quote by Ken Follett
Acredita Portugal quotes by Karan Bajaj
#37. In the year that I take off, I don't have any goals. I just surrender to experiences like traveling or learning yoga and meditation or just living in a completely random place like Mongolia or Portugal or Bhutan. Then when I come back, I am much more intuitive, creative, right-brained. That kind of system has been working very well for me. #Quote by Karan Bajaj
Acredita Portugal quotes by Antonio Lobo Antunes
#38. I suppose I have become a sort of living monument in Portugal. But I come from a family with roots all over the world, so the idea of patriotism is not very strong in me. My country is the country of Chekhov, Beethoven, Velasquez - writers I like, painters and artists I admire. #Quote by Antonio Lobo Antunes
Acredita Portugal quotes by Antonio De Oliveira Salazar
#39. Portugal was born in the shadow of the Catholic Church and religion, from the beginning it was the formative element of the soul of the nation and the dominant trait of character of the Portuguese people. #Quote by Antonio De Oliveira Salazar
Acredita Portugal quotes by Bonnie Tyler
#40. I've been able to help my family financially since making my first hit record. I bought my parents a house. My husband and I have a property in Portugal and one in Mumbles, Wales, and my family are always coming out to visit us. It has been fantastic to have such a successful career and to have been able to help everyone. #Quote by Bonnie Tyler
Acredita Portugal quotes by Boris Becker
#41. It's not that difficult to play well and win titles in a team like Barcelona, but it's in the national side where you see a player's true class. That was the case with figures like Pele, Diego Maradona and Zinedine Zidane. With Spain, Iniesta has shown that he is among the best players of all time and that's why I rate him higher than Messi or Ronaldo. Even though the latter two have incredible scoring records for their clubs, they still haven't won anything with Argentina or Portugal respectively. #Quote by Boris Becker
Acredita Portugal quotes by Jerome Cady
#42. To the Japanese, Portugal and Russia are neutral enemies, England and America are belligerent enemies, and Germany and her satellites are friendly enemies. They draw very fine distinctions. #Quote by Jerome Cady
Acredita Portugal quotes by Melanie Gideon
#43. Reasercher 101,
I do not long for the old, unreachable days. When I'm plugged in I can go anywhere, do and learn anything. Today, for instance, I visited a tiny library in Portugal. I learned how the Shakers weave baskets and I discovered my best friend in middle school loves blood-orange sorbet. Okay, I also learned that a certain pop star actually believes she's a fairy, an honest-to-goodness fairy from the fey people, but my point is access. Access to information. I don't even have to look out my window to see what the eather is like. I can have the weather delivered every morning to my phone. What could be better?
Sincerely,
Wife 22
Wife 22,
Getting caught in the rain?
All the best,
Researcher 101 #Quote by Melanie Gideon
Acredita Portugal quotes by Nelly Furtado
#44. Because of my Portuguese heritage, I have an interest in all of the instrumentation that comes from Portugal and Brazil as well. #Quote by Nelly Furtado
Acredita Portugal quotes by David Dunn
#45. My granddad always said he wanted to make me an England player. As soon as I went on to that pitch against Portugal, I knew he could die a happy man because he'd achieved his aim in life. #Quote by David Dunn
Acredita Portugal quotes by Jose Mourinho
#46. The dog is in Portugal and the city of London is safe. #Quote by Jose Mourinho

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