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Euclidean Triangle quotes by Emile Zola
#1. Every wave is a water sprite who swims in the current, each current is a path which snakes towards my palace, and my palace is fluidly built at the bottom of the lake, in the triangle of earth, fire and water. #Quote by Emile Zola
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Henri Poincare
#2. I left Caen, where I was living, to go on a geological excursion under the auspices of the School of Mines. The incidents of the travel made me forget my mathematical work. Having reached Coutances, we entered an omnibus to go to some place or other. At the moment when I put my foot on the step, the idea came to me, without anything in my former thoughts seeming to have paved the way for it, that the transformations I had used to define the Fuchsian functions were identical with those of non-Euclidean geometry. I did not verify the idea; I should not have had time, as upon taking my seat in the omnibus, I went on with a conversation already commenced, but I felt a perfect certainty. On my return to Caen, for convenience sake, I verified the result at my leisure. #Quote by Henri Poincare
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Geoffrey O'Brien
#3. Christmas is the marriage of chaos and design. The real sound of life, for once, can burst out because a formal place has been set for it. At the moment when things have gotten sufficiently loose, the secret selves that these familiar persons hold inside them shake the room ... An undercurrent of clowning and jostling is part of the process by which we succeed finally in making our necessary noise: despite the difficulty of getting the words right, of getting the singers on the same page, of keeping the ritual from falling apart into the anarchy of separate impulses. From such clatter
extended and punctuated by whatever instrument is handy, a triangle a tambourine, a Chinese gone
beauty is born. #Quote by Geoffrey O'Brien
Euclidean Triangle quotes by G. Nieves
#4. God was some fuzzy, abstract triangle beyond my comprehension. I honestly thought that it was supposed to be that way. #Quote by G. Nieves
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Alexander McCall Smith
#5. No matter what precautions were taken, socks disappeared into a Bermuda Triangle for socks, a swirling vortex that swallowed one sock at a time, leaving its partner stranded. #Quote by Alexander McCall Smith
Euclidean Triangle quotes by John Maynard Keynes
#6. The classical theorists resemble Euclidean geometers in a non-Euclidean world who, discovering that in experience straight lines apparently parallel often meet, rebuke the lines for not keeping straight as the only remedy for the unfortunate collisions which are occurring. Yet, in truth, there is no remedy except to throw over the axiom of parallels and to work out a non-Euclidean geometry. #Quote by John Maynard Keynes
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Paul Rand
#7. All art is relationships, all art. Design is relationships. Design in a relationship between form and content ... Your glasses are round. Your collar is diagonal. These are relationships. Your mouth is an oval. Your nose is a triangle - this is what design is. #Quote by Paul Rand
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Desmond Tutu
#8. Have you seen a symphony orchestra? There is a person at the back carrying a triangle. Now and again the conductor will point to him or her and that person will play "ting." That might seem so insignificant, but in the conception of the composer something irreplaceable would be lost to the total beauty of the symphony if that "ting" did not happen. #Quote by Desmond Tutu
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Mary Karr
#9. I fixed her a drink, then lowered myself on the spider's silk of my attention back into One Hundred Years of Solitude and the adventures of the Buendia family. The scene where the prodigal Jose Arcadio hoisted his adopted sister by her waist into his hammock and, in my translation, 'quartered her like a little bird' made my face hot. I bent down the page, whose small triangle marks the instant.
Touching that triangle of yellowed paper today is like sliding my hand into the glove of my seventeen-year-old hand. Through magic, there are the Iowa fields slipping by ... And there is my mother, not yet born into the ziplock baggie of ash my sister sent me years ago with the frank message 'Mom 1/2', written in laundry pen, since no-one in our family ever stood on ceremony. #Quote by Mary Karr
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Jennifer Clement
#10. He paints a simple square house with a triangle roof that has an "S" inside, "Because, Suzanne, you are my home. #Quote by Jennifer Clement
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Malin Akerman
#11. I wouldn't have made it past the first round of American Idol auditions. It was months before our first song was recorded. The guys were like, 'Just seeng!' And I was like, 'I don't know how to seeng! Can't I just play the triangle?' #Quote by Malin Akerman
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Kellan Lutz
#12. I want to fly a jet. I'd love to just be in the air and go mach 3 or mach 4. Or, I'd be an underwater salvager. I've always been fascinated with the Bermuda Triangle and Atlantis. I love chemistry, also. That's why acting is so random for me! #Quote by Kellan Lutz
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Johann Heinrich Lambert
#13. I should almost therefore put forward the proposal that the third hypothsis (angle sum of a triangle less than two right angles) holds on the surface of an imaginary sphere. #Quote by Johann Heinrich Lambert
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Muriel Spark
#14. Miss Brodie was easily the equal of both sisters together, she was the square on the hypotenuse of a right-angled triangle and they were only the squares on the other two sides. #Quote by Muriel Spark
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Tammie Painter
#15. that I was beside him, I realized the folly in believing lust and desire for this man would stay outside the door like an obedient dog waiting to be
called in. #Quote by Tammie Painter
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Greg Egan
#16. My earliest memories are of CP4 - that's a Kähler manifold that looks locally like a vector space with four complex directions, though the global topology's quite different. But I didn't really grow up there; I was moved around a lot when I was young, to keep my perceptions flexible. I only used to spend time in anything remotely like this" - he motioned at the surrounding more-or-less-Euclidean space - for certain special kinds of physics problems. And even most Newtonian mechanics is easier to grasp in a symplectic manifold; having a separate visible coordinate for the position and momentum of every degree of freedom makes things much clearer than when you cram everything together in a single three-dimensional space. #Quote by Greg Egan
Euclidean Triangle quotes by George Polya
#17. Mathematics has two faces: it is the rigorous science of Euclid, but it is also something else. Mathematics presented in the Euclidean way appears as a systematic, deductive science; but mathematics in the making appears as an experimental, inductive science. Both aspects are as old as the science of mathematics itself. #Quote by George Polya
Euclidean Triangle quotes by A.T.W.
#18. In order to get to know who is in your System, each individual alter needs to complete a piece of paper in the form of a circle (or triangle) which contains the following information: their name, their age (it might be an age range, like age 4-7), and their traits. strengths and skills. (All parts must have a name. If they do not have a name, they need to choose one. lf their name was given to them by a perpetrator and is too upsetting or if it has a negative association, they may wish to change their name - that is perfectly ok. Any name that is not negative or triggering is fine - it does not have to be a standard 'proper name' as they are commonly thought of.) On the back of the circle or triangle they need to write down what caused them to split off. #Quote by A.T.W.
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Amy Dickinson
#19. Almost any group of three is going to form a triangle, with two points closer to one another. #Quote by Amy Dickinson
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Kate Morton
#20. There were two now where they had been three. David's death had dismantled the triangle, and an enclosed space was now open. Two points are unreliable; with nothing to anchor them, there is nothing to stop them drifting in opposite directions. If it is string that binds, it will eventually snap and the points will separate; if elastic, they will continue to part, further and further, until the strain reaches its limit and they are pulled back with such speed that they cannot help but collide with devastating force. #Quote by Kate Morton
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Margaret Laurence
#21. How it irks me to have to take her hand, allow her to pull my dress over my head, undo my corsets and strip them off my, and have her see my blue veined swollen flesh and the hairy triangle that still proclaims with lunatic insistence a non-existent womanhood. #Quote by Margaret Laurence
Euclidean Triangle quotes by John Allen Paulos
#22. The once-surprising existence of non-Euclidean models of Euclid's first four axioms can be seen as a sort of mathematical joke. #Quote by John Allen Paulos
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Gilles Deleuze
#23. D.H. Lawrence had the impression – that psychoanalysis was shutting sexuality up in a bizarre sort of box painted with bourgeois motifs, in a kind of rather repugnant artificial triangle, thereby stifling the whole of sexuality as a production of desire so as to recast it along entirely different lines, making of it a 'dirty little secret', a dirty little family secret, a private theater rather than the fantastic factory of nature and production #Quote by Gilles Deleuze
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Jayson Stark
#24. That moment, when you first lay eyes on that field - The Monster, the triangle, the scoreboard, the light tower Big Mac bashed, the left-field grass where Ted (Williams) once roamed - it all defines to me why baseball is such a magical game #Quote by Jayson Stark
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Katie Heaney
#25. In fact, I think that's probably what the Bermuda Triangle is up to. It doesn't mean to do any harm, and it's actually pretty nice once you get to know it. It's just that Bermuda doesn't know how to handle itself when somebody sails into its territory, because that hardly ever happens. #Quote by Katie Heaney
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Gary F. Patton
#26. A Jesus Follower can explain our "One God in Three Persons" is like an "equilateral triangle". Both have three, conjoined, and distinct but identical parts. This is a simple way to help non-Followers of Jesus who struggle with the concept of Trinity to better understand the Three Personalities of our One Living God...God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit." ~ gfp '42© #Quote by Gary F. Patton
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Paul Fleischman
#27. It was a figure of a whale, with a white triangle that was supposed to be its spray. The spray moved up and down above the blowhole. On top of the spray sat a black-haired woman. #Quote by Paul Fleischman
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Jacob Braude
#28. Most of these love triangles are wrecktangles. #Quote by Jacob Braude
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Michael A. Arnzen
#29. For authors, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line only if you are writing the letter I. #Quote by Michael A. Arnzen
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Amar'e Stoudemire
#30. I feel dominant - I feel the triangle offense utilizes all my skills. #Quote by Amar'e Stoudemire
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Mario Livio
#31. Our mathematics is a combination of invention and discoveries. The axioms of Euclidean geometry as a concept were an invention, just as the rules of chess were an invention. The axioms were also supplemented by a variety of invented concepts, such as triangles, parallelograms, ellipses, the golden ratio, and so on. The theorems of Euclidean geometry, on the other hand, were by and large discoveries; they were the paths linking the different concepts. In some cases, the proofs generated the theorems-mathematicians examined what they could prove and from that they deduced the theorems. In others, as described by Archimedes in The Method, they first found the answer to a particular question they were interested in, and then they worked out the proof.

Typically, the concepts were inventions. Prime numbers as a concept were an invention, but all the theorems about prime numbers were discoveries. The mathematicians of ancient Babylon, Egypt, and China never invented the concept of prime numbers, in spite of their advanced mathematics. Could we say instead that they just did not "discover" prime numbers? Not any more than we could say that the United Kingdom did not "discover" a single, codified, documentary constitution. Just as a country can survive without a constitution, elaborate mathematics could develop without the concept of prime numbers. And it did!

Do we know why the Greeks invented such concepts as the axioms and prime numbers? We cannot be sure, bu #Quote by Mario Livio
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Christine Feehan
#32. Savannah came to him instantly, her face lit up with some emotion he dared not name.She was in a man's silk shirt and nothing else. The buttons were open so that the edges gaped to reveal her high, full breasts, and narrow rib cage. Another step and her tiny waist and flat stomach, the triangle of tight ebony curls, showed for an intriguing moment before the long tails of the shirt brushed back into place. Her long hair cascaded loose and moved around her like living, breathing silk. With every step she took, he caught glimpses of satin skin.
At once the dull roar started in his head. Heat exploded through his blood, and his body tightened with alarming urgency. Every good and noble intention seemed to go up in flames. She smiled up at him, her slender arms sliding around his neck. "I'm so glad you're home," she whispered softly, her mouth finding the pulse in his throat. #Quote by Christine Feehan
Euclidean Triangle quotes by Tia Giacalone
#33. Can dimples wink? Because I felt like his just did. #Quote by Tia Giacalone

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