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Cosette Pharma quotes by Stephen Fry
#1. The most natural way you would attempt to cope with something inside you that is affecting your moods and your energy levels is to intervene with chemicals to help and because medical science hasn't come up with pharmaceuticals that do particularly well you tend to reach for the chemicals that are outside the Pharma counter, i.e. narcotics and alcohol because they can guarantee your mood more or less. #Quote by Stephen Fry
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#2. Poor old Jean Valjean, of course, loved Cosette only as a father; but, as we noted earlier, into this fatherly love his lonely single status in life had introduced every other kind of love; he loved Cosette as his daughter, and he loved her as his mother, and he loved her as his sister; and, as he had never had either a lover or a wife, as nature is a creditor that does not accept nonpayment, that particular feeling, too, the most indestructible of all, had thrown itself in with the rest, vague, ignorant, heavenly, angelic, divine; less a feeling than an instinct, less an instinct than an attraction, imperceptible and invisible but real; and love, truly called, lay in his enormous tenderness for Cosette the way a vein of gold lies in the mountain, dark and virginal.
We should bear in mind that state of the heart that we have already mentioned. Marriage between them was out of the question, even that of souls; and yet it is certain that their destinies had joined together as one. Except for Cosette, that is, except for a child, Jean Valjean had never, in all his long life, known anything about love. Serial passions and love affairs had not laid those successive shades of green over him, fresh green on top of dark green, that you notice on foliage that has come through winter and on men that have passed their fifties. In short, and we have insisted on this more than once, this whole inner fusion, this whole set, the result of which was lofty virtue, had wound up making Jea #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Kalyan C. Kankanala
#3. If Patents are for Patients, Then Patients will be for Patents. #Quote by Kalyan C. Kankanala
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#4. That you are happy, that Monsieur Pontmercy has Cosette, that youth espouses mourning, that there are about you, my children, lilacs and nightingales, that your life is a beautiful lawn in the sunshine, that all the enchantments of heaven fill your souls, and now, that I who am good for nothing, that I die; surely all this is well. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#5. We all lead double lives. It's a privilege for the artist and a curse for the ordinary man. One has to get used to it."
"It's a terrible thing to know too much. In life, our words are improvisations and our actions careless mistakes that end up by becoming habits. Fate beign the distraction of the gods, I distract myself by evading questions that I never asked myself in the past. We are in the hands of the improbable, are we not, my dear Cosette?"
- Monsieur Verjat- #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#6. The sunshine was delightful, the foliage gently astir, more from the activity of birds than from the breeze. One gallant little bird, doubtless lovelorn, was singing his heart out at the top of a tall tree. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#7. Marius was of the temperament that sinks into grief and remains there; Cosette was of the sort that plunges in and comes out again. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Nancy S. Mure
#8. Are you going to hand your children over to Big Food, Big Med and Big Pharma? That journey begins with the choice to bottle feed, then it's all down hill from there. #Quote by Nancy S. Mure
Cosette Pharma quotes by Alysia Reiner
#9. I am attached to an incredible script called 'Wonder Drug,' about the DES drug disaster. It's a female-based drama, and I am so proud to be a part of because hopefully it will help evoke change - not only in our industry, but in the battle again corruption in big pharma. #Quote by Alysia Reiner
Cosette Pharma quotes by Rebel Wilson
#10. Get ready for 'Les Mis 2' ... I'm playing 'Fat Cosette.' #Quote by Rebel Wilson
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#11. Something new was entering his soul. Jean Valjean had never loved anything... But, as he was fifty-five and Cosette was only eight, all the love he might have felt through his whole life melted into a sort of ineffable glow. This was the second white vision he had met. The bishop had caused the dawn of virtue on his horizon; Cosette had invoked the dawn of love. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Willow Bay
#12. The 'science' behind hormone replacement therapy has put women on a medically engineered, press-fueled, big pharma funded roller coaster ride. #Quote by Willow Bay
Cosette Pharma quotes by Maggie Nelson
#13. What if Beatriz Preciado is right - what if we've entered a new, post-Fordist era of capitalism that Preciado calls the "pharma-copornographic era," whose principal economic resource is nothing other than "the insatiable bodies of the multitudes - their cocks, clitorises, anuses, hormones, and neurosexual synapses ... [our] desire, excitement, sexuality, seduction, and ... pleasure"? #Quote by Maggie Nelson
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#14. Cosette was not very timid by nature. There flowed in her veins some of the blood of the bohemian and the adventuress who runs barefoot. It will be remembered that she was more of a lark than a dove. There was a foundation of wildness and bravery in her #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#15. Slowly he took out the clothes in which, ten years beforem Cosette had left Montfermeil; first the little dress, then the black scarf, then the great heavy child's shoes Cosette could still almost have worn, so small was her foot, then the vest of very thich fustian, then the knitted petticoat, the the apron with pockets, then the wool stockings ... Then his venerable white head fell on the bed, this old stoical heart broke, his face was swallowed up, so to speak, in Cosette's clothes, and anybody who had passed along the staircase at that moment would have heard irrepressible sobbing. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#16. This man accepted everything, excused everything, forgave everything, blessed everything, welcomed everything, and asked of Providence, of men, of justice, of society, of nature, of the world, one thing only - that Cosette love him! #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#17. [THE END OF VOLUME II. "COSETTE"] #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Douglas Rushkoff
#18. Imagine what it would be like if you didn't know that the evening news was funded primarily by 'Big Pharma.' You would actually believe the stuff that they're saying. You might even think those are the stories that matter. #Quote by Douglas Rushkoff
Cosette Pharma quotes by James Morcan
#19. Big Pharma needs sick people to prosper. Patients, not healthy people, are their customers. If everybody was cured of a particular illness or disease, pharmaceutical companies would lose 100% of their profits on the products they sell for that ailment. What all this means is because modern medicine is so heavily intertwined with the financial profits culture, it's a sickness industry more than it is a health industry. #Quote by James Morcan
Cosette Pharma quotes by Aileen Erin
#20. They were so handsome that they made me feel self-conscious. They could definitely make a calendar of Peruvian hunks. Or more accurately, Peruvian werewolves. I knew Cosette would buy one. As #Quote by Aileen Erin
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#21. At that moment of love, a moment when passion is absolutely silent under omnipotence of ecstasy, Marius, pure seraphic Marius, would have been more capable of visiting a woman of the streets than of raising Cosette's dress above the ankle. Once on a moonlit night, Cosette stopped to pick up something from the ground, her dress loosened and revealed the swelling of her breasts. Marius averted his eyes. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Antonella Gambotto-Burke
#22. Suicide rates have not slumped under the onslaught of antidepressants, mood-stabilizers, anxiolytic and anti-psychotic drugs; the jump in suicide rates suggests that the opposite is true. In some cases, suicide risk skyrockets once treatment begins (the patient may feel not only penalized for a justifiable reaction, but permanently stigmatized as malfunctioning). Studies show that self-loathing sharply decreases only in the course of cognitive-behavioral treatment. #Quote by Antonella Gambotto-Burke
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#23. How was Jean Valjean going to conduct himself in the face of Cosette and Marius's happiness? A happiness he himself had wanted, that he himself had made; he was the one who had stabbed himself in the guts with it, and, at this moment, looking back on it, he could feel the sort of satisfaction an armorer would have felt, recognizing his trademark on a blade as he yanked it, all fuming, out of his chest. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Yusuf Hamied
#24. Patients are becoming aware that they're being taken for a ride by big pharma companies. They charge high prices and have never cared for India's healthcare. There are 23 million cases of cancer every year and India has a fair share of that. #Quote by Yusuf Hamied
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#25. Laughter is like sunshine; it chases winter away from the human face. Cosette #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#26. He was at his own request and through his own complicity driven out of all his happinesses one after the other; and he had this sorrow, that after having lost Cosette wholly in one day, he was afterwards obliged to lose her again in detail. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Robert Reich
#27. Drug company payments to doctors are a small part of a much larger strategy by Big Pharma to clean our pockets. #Quote by Robert Reich
Cosette Pharma quotes by Ben Goldacre
#28. In the past, [medicalization]has been portrayed as something that doctors inflict on a passive and un-suspecting world - an expansion of the Medical Empire. But in reality, it seems that these reductionist bio-medical stories can appeal to us all, because complex problems often have depressingly-complex causes, and the solutions can be taxing, and unsatisfactory. #Quote by Ben Goldacre
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#29. Neither was to blame for the way they felt, because Marius was someone who embraces sorry and dwells in it, but Cosette felt it deeply but recovered. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Mariana Mazzucato
#30. It's important that public funds be spent in research directions that are pushing market frontiers rather than working in existing areas. This means funding research not only on drugs but also on areas like life-style changes, even if the profit potential is lower for Big Pharma as you cannot sell that change as you can sell a medicine. #Quote by Mariana Mazzucato
Cosette Pharma quotes by Gary Hopkins
#31. A Smoothie a day keeps Big Pharma away #Quote by Gary Hopkins
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#32. Who can be sure that Jean Valjean had not been on the verge of losing heart and giving up the struggle? In loving he recovered his strength. But the truth is that he was no less vulnerable than Cosette. He protected her and she sustained him. Thanks to him she could go forward into life, and thanks to her he could continue virtous. He was the child's support and she his mainstay. Sublime, unfathomable marvel of the balance of destiny! #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#33. Marius and Cosette did not ask where this would lead them. They looked at themselves as arrived. It is a strange pretension for men to ask that love should lead them somewhere. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#34. Throughout the month of May, every night, in that poor, wild garden, under that shrubbery, each day, more perfumed and dense, two human beings composed of every chastity and every innocence, every flowing with all the felicities of Heaven, closer to archangels than men, pure, honest, intoxicated, radiant, glowed for each other in the darkness. It seemed to Cosette that Marius had a crown, and to Marius that Cosette had a halo. They touched, they gazed at each other, they clasped hands, they pressed close together, but there was a distance they did not pass. Not that they respected it; they were ignorant of it. Marius felt a barrier, Cosette's purity, and Cosette felt a support, Marius' loyalty. The first kiss was also the last. Since then, Marius had not gone beyond touching Cosette's hand, or her scarf, or her curls, with his lips. Cosette was to him a perfume, not a woman. He breathed her. She refused nothing, and he asked nothing. Cosette was happy, and Marius was satisfied. They were living in that ravishing condition that might be called the dazzling of one soul by another. It was that ineffable first embrace of two virginities within the ideal. Two swans meeting on the Jung Frau. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Joy-Ann Reid
#35. Google the phrase "the most hated man in America." And this guy is one of the first people to pop up. Martin Shkreli, aka Pharma Bro, a 32-year-old drug company entrepreneur and former hedge fund manager who has a lot of money and loves to talk about how he spends it. #Quote by Joy-Ann Reid
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#36. When Cosette went out with him, she leaned on his arm, proud, happy, her heart full to overflowing. Jean #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#37. The first symptom of true love in a young man
is timidity; in a young girl, boldness. This is surprising, yet nothing is more simple. It is the two sexes tending
to approach each other and assuming, each the other's
That day, Cosette's glance drove Marius beside himself,
and Marius' glance set Cosette to trembling. Marius went
away confident, and Cosette uneasy. From that day forth,
they adored each other.
The first thing that Cosette felt was a confused and profound
melancholy. It seemed to her that her soul had become
black since the day before. She no longer recognized it. The
whiteness of soul in young girls, which is composed of coldness
and gayety, resembles snow. It melts in love, which is
its sun.
Cosette did not know what love was. She had never heard
the word uttered in its terrestrial sense. She did not know
what name to give to what she now felt. Is any one the less ill
because one does not know the name of one's malady?
She loved with all the more passion because she loved ignorantly.
She did not know whether it was a good thing or a
bad thing, useful or dangerous, eternal or temporary, allowable
or prohibited; she loved. She would have been greatly
astonished, had any one said to her: 'You do not sleep? But
that is forbidden! You do not eat? Why, that is very bad! You
have oppressions and palpitations of the heart? That must
not #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Kallam Anji Reddy
#38. To start with, pharma was an industry based on innovation, drug discovery. #Quote by Kallam Anji Reddy
Cosette Pharma quotes by Ben Goldacre
#39. Repeat after me: pharma being shit does not mean magic beans cure cancer. #Quote by Ben Goldacre
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#40. Jean Valjean watched these ravages with anxiety. He who felt that he could never do anything but crawl, walk at the most, beheld wings sprouting on Cosette. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#41. These two beings, who had loved each other so exclusively, and with so touching a love, and who had lived so long for each other, were now suffering beside one another and through one another; without speaking of it, without harsh feeling, and smiling all the while. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#42. It was the second white apparition which he had encountered. The Bishop had caused the dawn of virtue to rise on his horizon; Cosette caused the dawn of love to rise. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Beth Macy
#43. But you can't put a corporation in jail; you just take their money, and it's not really their money anyway. #Quote by Beth Macy
Cosette Pharma quotes by Elizabeth Lucye Robillard
#44. Hate is strewn like confetti by the fear-fueled, specious, tiny- dicked (or un-tender) vacuous dictators, of any gender, whom never knew true love, only sadism. They ALL need some good pharma. #Quote by Elizabeth Lucye Robillard
Cosette Pharma quotes by Andrew Hill
#45. Most companies aim to get bigger. But beyond a certain point, bigness becomes synonymous with badness. Think of Big Pharma, Big Auto, Big Oil. Worse, if you are regularly described as one of the Big Four, Five, or Six in any business sector, you are probably already in the sights of regulators and lawmakers. #Quote by Andrew Hill
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#46. Cosette, do you hear? he has come to that! he asks my forgiveness! And do you know what he has done for me, Cosette? He has saved my life. He has done more
he has given you to me. And after having saved me, and after having given you to me, Cosette, what has he done with himself? He has sacrificed himself. Behold the man. And he says to me the ingrate, to me the forgetful, to me the pitiless, to me the guilty one: Thanks! Cosette, my whole life passed at the feet of this man would be too little. That barricade, that sewer, that furnace, that cesspool,
all that he traversed for me, for thee, Cosette! He carried me away through all the deaths which he put aside before me, and accepted for himself. Every courage, every virtue, every heroism, every sanctity he possesses! Cosette, that man is an angel! #Quote by Victor Hugo
Cosette Pharma quotes by Victor Hugo
#47. We have both been talking about you. Cosette loves you so dearly! You must not forget that you have a chamber here, we want nothing more to do with the Rue de l'Homme Armé. We will have no more of it at all. How could you go to live in a street like that, which is sickly, which is disagreeable, which is ugly, which has a barrier at one end, where one is cold, and into one cannot enter? You are to come and install yourself here. And this very day. Or you will have to deal with Cosette. She means to lead us all by the nose, I warn you. You have your own chamber here, it is close to ours, it opens on the garden; the trouble with the clock has been attended to, the bed is made, it is all ready, you have only to take possession of it. Near your bed Cosette has placed a huge, old, easy-chair covered with Utrecht velvet and she has said to it: 'Stretch out your arms to him.' A nightingale comes to the clump of acacias opposite your windows every spring. In two months more you will have it. You will have its nest on your left and ours on your right. By night it will sing, and by day Cosette will prattle. Your chamber faces due South. Cosette will arrange your books for you, your Voyages of Captain Cook and the other, - Vancouver's and all your affairs. I believe that there is a little valise to which you are attached, I have fixed upon a corner of honor for that. You have conquered my grandfather, you suit him. We will live together. Do you play whist? you will overwhelm my grandfat #Quote by Victor Hugo

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