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Baranovsky Lines quotes by Woody Hayes
#1. We do not pull in and fill up. And I'll tell you why we don't. It's because I don't buy one goddamn drop of gas in the state of Michigan. We'll coast and push this goddamn car to the Ohio line before I give this state a nickel of my money. #Quote by Woody Hayes
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Ray Bradbury
#2. He was still a kid inside. His body had grown, stretched, towered, tanned its skin, hardened its muscle, darkened its tawny shock of long hair, tightened its lines around jaw and eyes, thickened fingers and knuckles, but the brain didn't feel as if it had grown in sympathy with the rest. It was still green, full of tall, lush oaks and elms in summer; a creek ran through it, and the kids climbed around on its convolutions shouting, This way, gang - we'll take a short-cut and head them off at Dead Man's Gulch! #Quote by Ray Bradbury
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Douglas Rushkoff
#3. Apple enjoys 'Harry Potter'-like adoration and queues because it sells physical objects, limited by the pace of assembly lines in China. To own is to have, to have is to hold, and to hold is to show off. #Quote by Douglas Rushkoff
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Richard Jones
#4. Where silver webs of spiders weave
and blighted lovers take their leave;
where curses lay the spirits low
and mortal footsteps fear to go.

Where death holds life in grim embrace
its line's etched on the sinner's face;
where e'er the march of time is flaunted
Voices cry- "this place is haunted. #Quote by Richard Jones
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Anthony Foxx
#5. When you look at how American national freight systems are connected, it's a bit of a patchwork. When you look at how even road systems and rail systems work across state lines, it's a bit of a patchwork. #Quote by Anthony Foxx
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Suzanne M. Sabol
#6. I could read between the lines just as well as anyone, especially Riona. Telling the Queen of Faerie to shut the fuck up probably came with consequences. #Quote by Suzanne M. Sabol
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Carson McCullers
#7. In the town there were two mutes, and they were always together. #Quote by Carson McCullers
Baranovsky Lines quotes by John Wayne
#8. One look that works is better than twenty lines of dialogue. #Quote by John Wayne
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#9. The sower may mistake and sow his peas crookedly; the peas make no mistake, but come up and show his line. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Howard Zinn
#10. Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer, a sharecropper in Ruleville, Mississippi, became legendary as organizer and speaker. She sang hymns; she walked picket lines with her familiar limp (as a child she contracted polio). She roused people to excitement at mass meetings: "I'm sick an' tired o' bein' sick an' tired! #Quote by Howard Zinn
Baranovsky Lines quotes by William Faulkner
#11. Through the fence, between the curling flower spaces, I could see them hitting. #Quote by William Faulkner
Baranovsky Lines quotes by A. Whitney Brown
#12. I think it's time to stop carping on the blunders of the President and give him some credit for creativity. I mean, where do you even FIND a Jewish hard-line conservative Republican pot-smoker? Sounds like an Oprah Winfrey guest. #Quote by A. Whitney Brown
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Steve Maraboli
#13. My love for you spans over the lines of my past, present, and future. You are what I love remembering, what I love experiencing, and what I love looking forward to. #Quote by Steve Maraboli
Baranovsky Lines quotes by George McGovern
#14. And above all, above all, honest work must be rewarded by a fair and just tax system. The tax system today does not reward hard work: it penalizes it. Inherited or invested wealth frequently multiplies itself while paying no taxes at all. But wages on the assembly line or in farming the land, these hard-earned dollars are taxed to the very last penny. #Quote by George McGovern
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Leo Tolstoy
#15. The question was a fashionable one, whether a definite line exists between psychological and physiological phenomena in human activity; and if so, where it lies? #Quote by Leo Tolstoy
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Iain Sinclair
#16. The line of traffic advancing towards the rising sun looked like a procession of the returning dead. Every one of them, solitaries in clean shirts, smoking, checking mirrors to see if their reflections were still there, wore dark glasses. #Quote by Iain Sinclair
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#17. Risking a glance at the dignified young man beside her- what was his name?- Mr. Arthurson, Arterton?- Pandora decided to try her hand at some small talk.
"It was very fine weather today, wasn't it?" she said.
He set down his flatware and dabbed at both corners of his mouth with his napkin before replying. "Yes, quite fine."
Encouraged, Pandora asked, "What kind of clouds do you like better- cumulus or stratocumulus?"
He regarded her with a slight frown. After a long pause, he asked, "What is the difference?"
"Well, cumulus are the fluffier, rounder clouds, like this heap of potatoes on my plate." Using her fork, Pandora spread, swirled, and dabbed the potatoes. "Stratocumulus are flatter and can form lines or waves- like this- and can either form a large mass or break into smaller pieces."
He was expressionless as he watched her. "I prefer flat clouds that look like a blanket."
"Altostratus?" Pandora asked in surprise, setting down her fork. "But those are the boring clouds. Why do you like them?"
"They usually mean it's going to rain. I like rain."
This showed promise of actually turning into a conversation. "I like to walk in the rain, too," Pandora exclaimed.
"No, I don't like to walk in it. I like to stay in the house." After casting a disapproving glance at her plate, the man returned his attention to eating.
Chastened, Pandora let out a noiseless sigh. Picking up her fork, she tried to inconspicuously push her potat #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Michael Fassbender
#18. I quite enjoy the lines on my forehead because they show my life. That's my history and I like to see that in other people. Like this wrinkle is due to some girl who broke my heart. I don't want to escape it in any way. #Quote by Michael Fassbender
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Robert Doisneau
#19. You know, they always say that the photographer is a hunter of images. That is a flattering image, the idea of a hunter, it's virile, acquired power. Actually though, it isn't that. We are really fishermen with hooks and lines. #Quote by Robert Doisneau
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Sapardi Djoko Damono
#20. The day will come
When my body no longer exists
But in the lines of this poem
I will never let you be alone
The day will come
When my voice is no longer heard
But within the words of this poem
I will continue to watch over you
The day will come
When my dreams are no longer known
But in the spaces found in the letters of this poem
I will never tired of looking for you #Quote by Sapardi Djoko Damono
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Jonathan Raban
#21. The north-south line of 'the mountains,' meaning the Cascade Range, forty miles east of Seattle, is a rigid political frontier. #Quote by Jonathan Raban
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Ron Fournier
#22. Political reporters and political professionals rushed to judgment against Romney because we crave clear, unambiguous story lines. #Quote by Ron Fournier
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Alan Dean Foster
#23. Where lies the line between sorcery and science? It is only a matter of terminology, my friend. #Quote by Alan Dean Foster
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Johnny Rivers
#24. One thing will lead to another and somebody will come up with a riff or a line or something we build from. #Quote by Johnny Rivers
Baranovsky Lines quotes by David Duchovny
#25. You're kinda striding the line of what's yours and theirs. What's yours (points to us), what's mine, what's ours as creators of it and what's yours as owners. #Quote by David Duchovny
Baranovsky Lines quotes by M. Starks
#26. Gran runs her fingers through my hair, smiling down at me.

I'm to weak to reach up and trace her laugh lines, but I trace them with my eyes, thinking of all the years that have gone by between Lucy and I with Gran. All of the memories held in those lines, smiles and laughs. I am touched by the way our generations pass, one to the other, our genes the same yet slightly altered, carrying with us all of those memories. #Quote by M. Starks
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Jarod Kintz
#27. The best description of this book is found within the title. The full title of this book is:

"This is the story my great-grandfather told my father, who then told my grandfather, who then told me about how The Mythical Mr. Boo, Charles Manseur Fizzlebush Grissham III, better known as Mr. Fizzlebush, and Orafoura are all in fact me and Dora J. Arod, who sometimes shares my pen, paper, thoughts, mind, body, and soul, because Dora J. Arod is my pseudonym, as he/it incorporates both my first and middle name, and is also a palindrome that can be read forwards or backwards no matter if you are an upright man in the eyes of God or you are upside down in a tank of water wearing purple goggles and grape jelly discussing how best to spread your time between your work, your wife, and the toasted bread being eaten by the man you are talking to who goes by the name of Dendrite McDowell, who is only wearing a towel on his head and has an hourglass obscuring his "time machine"--or the thing that he says can keep him young forever by producing young versions of himself the way I avert disaster in that I ramble and bumble like a bee until I pollinate my way through flowery situations that might otherwise have ended up being more than less than, but not equal to two short parallel lines stacked on top of each other that mathematicians use to balance equations like a tightrope walker running on a wire stretched between two white stretched limos parked on a long cloud that looks like #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Sanjeev Bhaskar
#28. When we created 'Goodness Gracious Me,' it was quoting 'Python' and Woody Allen lines that really bonded the writers, and the 'Spamalot' material is so utterly, wonderfully surreal that it hasn't dated. #Quote by Sanjeev Bhaskar
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Robert Henri
#29. Count on big lines to express your ideas. #Quote by Robert Henri
Baranovsky Lines quotes by Jenny Holzer
#30. There's a fine line between information and propaganda. #Quote by Jenny Holzer

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