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Hartenberg Holding quotes by Terry Pratchett
#1. There was a definite feel about Adora Belle Dearheart that a lid was only barely holding down an entire womanful of anger. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Clarice Lispector
#2. I'm so frightened that I shall be able to accept the notion that I have lost myself only if I imagine that someone is holding my hand. #Quote by Clarice Lispector
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Jamie McGuire
#3. On our way to the cafeteria, he took my hand in his, intertwining our fingers as we walked. He seemed so proud to be holding my hand, announcing to the world that we were finally together. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Terence McKenna
#4. It puts people who are into this psychedelic thing in an entirely different stance from all other spiritual seekers, because all other spiritual seekers are furiously seeking. Psychedelic people are holding it back with all their power, because they are in the presence of the mystery. And then the trick is to get a spigot on it so that it can be turned on and off rather than coming at you like a tidal wave a mile high and twenty miles wide. #Quote by Terence McKenna
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Bruce Mau
#5. What is the focus of the new image infrastructure? Attention. It's all designed for capturing, tracking, quantifying, manipulating, holding, buying, selling and controlling attention. #Quote by Bruce Mau
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Carolyn Brown
#6. Don't sneak up on a woman holding a hammer. #Quote by Carolyn Brown
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Aly Martinez
#7. There is no way I'm going home with you! Have you lost your mind?"
His face lit in understanding. "Ahhhh…okay. So this is the part where you have the snit fit." He shifted on the bed, making a show of getting more comfortable. "Sorry. It's been a while. I wasn't prepared." He crossed his thick arms over his chest and made a shooing motion with four fingers while holding his bicep. "Carry on. I didn't mean to interrupt. #Quote by Aly Martinez
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Gail Carson Levine
#8. The inn's guests were sometimes friendly, but more often they were rude. As bad as the ones who stared were the ones who looked away in embarrassment. Some guests didn't want me to serve their food, and some didn't want me to clean their rooms.

We Ayorthians are sensitive to beauty, more sensitive than the subjects in other kingdoms, I think. We love a fine voice especially, but we also admire a rosy sunset, a sweet scent, a fetching face. And when we're not pleased, we're displeased.

I developed the habit of holding my hand in front of my face when guests arrived, a foolish practice, because it raised curiosity and concealed little. #Quote by Gail Carson Levine
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Mesa Selimovic
#9. I cried. In the spring I returned home from captivity, on muddy roads, without my saber, without strength, without joy, without my former self. I was holding on to a mere memory, like a talisman, but even that became weak; it lost its color and freshness, its vivacity and former meaning. I trudged silently onward, through the mud of the gloomy plains; I spent the nights in silence, in village bowers and inns; I walked in silence, in the spring rains, guessing my direction like an animal, driven by the desire to die in my homeland, among the people who had given me life. #Quote by Mesa Selimovic
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Louise Erdrich
#10. Our baby gives herself to me completely. There is no hesitation, no reservation, no holding back, no coldness, no craft, no tremor or fear in her love. Although our relationship may encompass tears, frustration, even fury, it is an utterly reliable bond. As it grows, her love is literally unadulterated. Her love is wholly of the child, pure in its essence as children are in their direct passions. Children do not love wisely, but perhaps they love the best of all. #Quote by Louise Erdrich
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Kerri Maniscalco
#11. If I don't murder you this afternoon, it'll be a gift sent directly from God Himself, and I vow to attend services again," I said, holding a hand against my heart.
"I knew I'd get you to church eventually. #Quote by Kerri Maniscalco
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Shuli Barzilai
#12. There are four on whose pots the Holy One, blessed he, knocked, only to find them filled with piss, and these are they: Adam, Cain, the wicked Balaam, and Hezekiah.
Again, an abrupt transposition from the divine to the domestic, from upper to lowly spheres, occurs in the midrash. The homely image of the Holy One knocking on pots apparently derives from the practice of tapping on a clay or earthen pot to hear its ring in order to decide if it is worthy of holding wine. In current Hebrew usage, the expression 'to assess or gauge someone's pot' still denotes taking in the measure of a person's character. From Adam's answer to God, we learn that he turned out to be a pisspot. #Quote by Shuli Barzilai
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Cormac McCarthy
#13. He came forward, holding his belt by one hand. The holes in it marked the progress of his emaciation and the leather at one side had a lacquered look to it where he was used to stropping the blade of his knife. He stepped down into the roadcut and he looked at the gun and he looked at the boy. Eyes collared in cups of grime and deeply sunk. Like an animal inside a skull looking out the eyeholes. He wore a beard that had been cut square across the bottom with shears and he had a tattoo of a bird on his neck done by someone with an illformed notion of their appearance. He was lean, wiry, rachitic. Dressed in a pair of filthy blue coveralls and a black billcap with the logo of some vanished enterprise embroidered across the front of it. #Quote by Cormac McCarthy
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Pleasefindthis
#14. Dear Future You,
Hold on. Please.
Love, Me.
Dear Current You,
I'm holding on. But it hurts.
Love, Me.
Dear Past You,
I held on. Thank you.
Love, Me. #Quote by Pleasefindthis
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Robert Kiyosaki
#15. Prophets of doom have always taken risks in terms of ridicule and humiliation. If you stand on a street corner holding up a sign that reads 'The End Is Near,' passersby will laugh and heckle. People will say you're like Chicken Little, running around telling people the sky is falling. #Quote by Robert Kiyosaki
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Martin Heidegger
#16. But what help is it to us to look into the constellation of truth? We look into the danger and see the growth of the saving power.
Through this we are not yet saved. But we are thereupon summoned to hope in the growing light of the saving power. How can this happen? Here and now and in little things, that we may foster the saving power in its increase. This includes holding always before our eyes the extreme danger. #Quote by Martin Heidegger
Hartenberg Holding quotes by J. Kenner
#17. I'm going to make you come harder and longer than you ever have before, baby, and I'm going to feel every shudder, every ripple of that orgasm as it rips through you because I am going to be right here holding tight to you, buried deep inside you. And, Nikki, I'm not ever letting go. #Quote by J. Kenner
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Dale Earnhardt
#18. When he was young, I told Dale Jr. that hunting and racing are a lot alike. Holding that steering wheel and holding that rifle both mean you better be responsible. #Quote by Dale Earnhardt
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Sam Brownback
#19. It is time for the government of China to stop holding innocent religious figures in captivity merely for peacefully protesting China's occupation of Tibet. #Quote by Sam Brownback
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Malak El Halabi
#20. We've never crossed paths before. I've never seen you walking down the street. I don't know the first thing there is to know about you. And the lines of my palm do not reveal nor disclose any untold secrets.

Yet, here I am, holding the door as I whisper in your ear:

"I'll be right across the street when you're done, my child. #Quote by Malak El Halabi
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Thomas Cahill
#21. That the Roman empire was, like all its predecessors, a form of extortion by force, an enriching of well-connected Romans (who "make a desolation and call it peace") at the expense of hapless conquered peoples, would also not have carried much weight with most readers. Hadn't Philip of Macedon's first conquest been the seizure of the Balkan gold mines? Hadn't Alexander's last planned campaign been for the sake of controlling the lucrative Arabian spice trade? How could anyone demur over such things? What would be the point of holding out against the nature of man and of the universe itself? Augustus set up in the midst of the Roman Forum a statue of himself that loomed eleven times the size of a normal man,10 and similarly awesome statues were erected in central shrines throughout the empire. Augustus was not a normal man; he was a god, deserving of worship. And, like all gods, he was terrifying. #Quote by Thomas Cahill
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Sophie Jordan
#22. Holding a hand over my eyes, I look up at him. "Thanks, I'm glad were ... friends." I say the word friends deliberately, letting the emphasis get my point across. His mouth curves with a slow smile. "I've never wanted to be your friend, Jacinda." My heart stutters in my chest. Standing in the pouring rain, I watch him walk away. #Quote by Sophie Jordan
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Paul Kalanithi
#23. When I was a med student, the first patient I met with this sort of problem was a sixty-two-year-old man with a brain tumor. We strolled into his room on morning rounds, and the resident asked him, "Mr. Michaels, how are you feeling today?" "Four six one eight nineteen!" he replied, somewhat affably. The tumor had interrupted his speech circuitry, so he could speak only in streams of numbers, but he still had prosody, he could still emote: smile, scowl, sigh. He recited another series of numbers, this time with urgency. There was something he wanted to tell us, but the digits could communicate nothing other than his fear and fury. The team prepared to leave the room; for some reason, I lingered. "Fourteen one two eight," he pleaded with me, holding my hand. "Fourteen one two eight." "I'm sorry." "Fourteen one two eight," he said mournfully, staring into my eyes. And then I left to catch up to the team. He died a few months later, buried with whatever message he had for the world. #Quote by Paul Kalanithi
Hartenberg Holding quotes by John M Barry
#24. Meanwhile, Quakers used outrageous behavior to draw more attention to their beliefs and provoke a response. A Quaker man walked into a Boston church holding a bottle in each hand, then smashed them to the floor; he shouted, "Thus will the Lord break all to pieces!" A Quaker woman stripped herself naked and paraded through the Newbury church during worship. Another Quaker woman paraded nude through the streets of Boston. #Quote by John M Barry
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Lily King
#25. The initiate, a boy of no more than twelve, was wailing and a group of older boys were holding him down on a log while a few men cut into him, making hundreds of small slits on his back and shoulders. They dropped a citrus mixture into each wound so that the skin would puff up and the scars would be raised and textured to look like crocodile skin. His blood had soaked the log in dark striations. When they were done they painted him with oil and turmeric and smeared him with white clay and carried him off weeping and half conscious into seclusion until he healed. Fen and I walked down to the beach. I'd seen dozens #Quote by Lily King
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Souhila Hamdi
#26. and for no reason we keep holding on that light ,hoping that everything would be alright ,again #Quote by Souhila Hamdi
Hartenberg Holding quotes by David Sedaris
#27. Anyone who watches even the slightest amount of TV is familiar with the scene: An agent knocks on the door of some seemingly ordinary home or office. The door opens, and the person holding the knob is asked to identify himself. The agent then says, I'm going to ask you to come with me. #Quote by David Sedaris
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Elizabeth Chandler
#28. Do you know what it was like kissing Holly and looking up to see you?"


"You said to begin anywhere."

But I hadn't expected that as a beginning, middle or end. I felt my cheeks getting warm. "I guess it was pretty embarrassing for both of us," I said, and walked ahead of him so he wouldn't see my face. "I know, I just kept staring at you."

"What were you thinking?"

"I don't remember."

"Don't you start using that line," he chided.

"Then don't ask me, Nick." Did he suspect how I felt.
He caught me and turned me around to face him. I focused on his shirt.

"Okay," he said quietly, "I'll tell you what I was thinking. I couldn't believe that I, who was never going to get hooked, had fallen in love with a girl who didn't want to date, and she was watching me kiss somebody else."

I glanced up.

"Your turn, brave girl. What were you thinking?"

"That Holly looked beautiful in your arms and that you didn't pull away from her the way you had pulled away from me when I kissed you."

He drew me to him. "I'm not pulling away again," he said holding me close. #Quote by Elizabeth Chandler
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Tessa Bailey
#29. Don't worry." He granted her two more quick thrusts, then moved his wet fingers to the tight bundle of nerves, pressing tight and holding. "You're going to be full of me later. For now, just let me rub your sweet little clit. #Quote by Tessa Bailey
Hartenberg Holding quotes by William McIlvanney
#30. But, imagining Scott's nights here, I populated the emptiness. This had been one of his places and some small part of his spirit had been left here. Holding my own brief séance for my brother, I conjured vivid faces and loud nights. I saw that smile of his, sudden as a sunray, when he loved what you were saying. I saw the strained expression when he felt you must agree with him and couldn't get you to see that. I caught the way the laughter would light up his eyes when he was trying to suppress it. I heard the laughing when it broke. He must have had some nights here. He had lived with such intensity. The thought was my funeral for him. Who needed possessions and career and official achievements? Life was only in the living of it. How you act and what you are and what you do and how you be were the only substance. They didn't last either. But while you were here, they made what light there was – the wick that threads the candle-grease of time. His light was out but here I felt I could almost smell the smoke still drifting from its snuffing. #Quote by William McIlvanney
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Rachel Vincent
#31. You deserve better than me," I whispered, and the selfish part of me hoped he wouldn't hear.
He heard.
Marc spun me around so fast I would have slipped again if he weren't holding me up. We were so close drops of water from his chin fell onto my chest, and I had to crane my neck to see him.
"You are perfect for me, Faythe, just like you are, because you're not perfect. You're headstrong, and impulsive, and outspoken, and I'm possessive, and overprotective, and too easy to piss off. We're both wrong for a lot of things, but we're right for each other. Do you understand?"
I nodded. I didn't know what else to do. #Quote by Rachel Vincent
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Zora Neale Hurston
#32. The others forgot the work and the weather watching them throw. It was art. A thousand dollars a throw in Madison Square Garden wouldn't have gotten any more breathless suspense. It would have just been more people holding in. #Quote by Zora Neale Hurston
Hartenberg Holding quotes by Francesca Lia Block
#33. She wasn't crying at all. This was what scared him the most. Where had she locked up the things he'd seen her feeling that day when she heard? She wasn't that big a girl to hold all of it - to hold her brother's life and his death inside of her. To hold all his long-limbed raging tidal motion and all the loss of that. #Quote by Francesca Lia Block

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