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Kingstons Woman quotes by Ben Jonson
#1. Silence in woman is like speech in man. #Quote by Ben Jonson
Kingstons Woman quotes by Carina Chocano
#2. ...She recalls talking to her 'about how there were no women in The Godfather.' Or rather, that the women only served to reaffirm that it was a man's space, that they were only there to serve drinks and be shut out. In classic Hollywood cinema, a woman walks on-screen; She is there to be looked at. She interrupts the action. Diane Keaton in The Godfather is a foil for Al Pacino: She whines, she interrupts, and at the end, she's put in her place. She makes drinks and gets the door shut in her face. #Quote by Carina Chocano
Kingstons Woman quotes by Fanny Kemble
#3. Christmas is a season of such infinite labour, as well as expense in the shopping and present-making line, that almost every woman I know is good for nothing in purse and person for a month afterwards, done up physically, and broken down financially. #Quote by Fanny Kemble
Kingstons Woman quotes by Avijeet Das
#4. That old man over there
Is selling trinkets made of stones
That old woman the entire world
In a map without any hole! #Quote by Avijeet Das
Kingstons Woman quotes by Penny Reid
#5. I'm after a woman who likes sex but doesn't put the lust part above the intelligence part. She could have a hundred partners for all I care, just as long as they've been vetted for psychopathic tendencies. I have four rules. Number one: don't invite a person into your body if you wouldn't invite her into your kitchen. Number two: the act needs to take place in a clean environment. Number three: precautions need to be taken to protect from disease and pregnancy. And Number four: don't ration the passion, i.e. put you best fuck forward. #Quote by Penny Reid
Kingstons Woman quotes by Timothy J. Keller
#6. When J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy was published in the 1950s, a woman named Rhona Beare wrote Tolkien and asked him about the chapter in which the Ring of Power is destroyed in the fires of Mount Doom. When the ring is melted, the Dark Lord's entire power collapses and melts away with it. She found it inexplicable that this unassailable, overwhelming power would be wiped out by the erasure of such a little object. Tolkien replied that at the heart of the plot was the Dark Lord's effort to magnify and maximize his power by placing so much of it in the ring. He wrote: "The Ring of Sauron is only one of the various mythical treatments of the placing of one's life, or power, in some external object, which is thus exposed to capture or destruction with disastrous results to oneself. #Quote by Timothy J. Keller
Kingstons Woman quotes by Beth Moore
#7. Part of the exquisite beauty of salvation is its simplicity. Any man, woman, or child can come to Christ with absolutely nothing to offer Him but simple faith - just as they are. Salvation requires nothing more than childlike faith - believing that Jesus Christ died for my sins and accepting His gift of salvation. #Quote by Beth Moore
Kingstons Woman quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#8. Every woman will tell the curious that with the disappearance of the spinning wheel vanished India's happiness and prosperity. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Kingstons Woman quotes by Eliza Coupe
#9. I definitely want to do more movies, and I'm also a writer, so I have a few screenplays that I'm working on, one of them based off my one-woman show that I used to do in New York. Two of the screenplays I've written by myself, and then I'm also working on one with my writing partner, Tom Riley, who's in London. #Quote by Eliza Coupe
Kingstons Woman quotes by Helen H. Gardener
#10. This religion and the Bible require of woman everything, and give her nothing. They ask her support and her love, and repay her with contempt and oppression. #Quote by Helen H. Gardener
Kingstons Woman quotes by Mandy Hale
#11. When you live in the present, the past is forgotten & the future takes care of itself. #Quote by Mandy Hale
Kingstons Woman quotes by Abigail George
#12. Woman lost (skin deep) like a damn fine thread in the fire
Woman of the world caught up in your black machinations
I was a woman who cried alone at night, who gave it all
away when she saw the good heart of the man inside
Woman caught standing up; her open parts are broken -

Someone's armour broke right through, it was you, you
For some reason I've been thinking about you, your light
Today, you poured out all the tension, the ego underground
Hibernating inside my heart. I was so close to it, to the flicker
Of love in a lonely street and I turned my head and walked

Away from the flame in your arms. As I put away the fun in
A house of fight I came across you and a mechanism in
My brain shifted chemically, walls caved in like the cadence
In your words and I was lost in the darkness. Even now in
Middle age I remember when desire was a popular drug

And everyone was selling it but I don't live to explore to be
Able to illuminate the proof of my existence, live to burn
Vicariously though the diamond mouth of sleeping stars.
From so much love, pictures of death arrived in black and
White photographs and you're perfect, you always were -

Illusions have no flaws; they're dangerous beings, smoke.
Could I take the moon back and still live with my great
Expectations of nostalgia, laughter, tears and suffering -
But they are all a part of me not the p #Quote by Abigail George
Kingstons Woman quotes by Alan Partridge
#13. Her yelling continues until I answer the door to find her on her knees shouting through the letterbox, like a gynaecologist bellowing into a woman. #Quote by Alan Partridge
Kingstons Woman quotes by Lisa Ann Sandell
#14. What place does a woman have here, in the realm of men? #Quote by Lisa Ann Sandell
Kingstons Woman quotes by Laura Riding
#15. Woman has two works to perform: a work of differentiation, of man from herself, and a work of unification, of man with herself ... We, woman, are now entering upon our second work. #Quote by Laura Riding
Kingstons Woman quotes by Hillary Jordan
#16. When that mama worry takes ahold of a woman you can't expect no sense from her. She'll do or say anything at all and you just better hope you ain't in her way. That's the Lord's doing right there. He made mothers to be like that on account of children need protecting and the men ain't around to do it most of the time. Helping that child be up to the mama. But God never gives us a task without giving us the means to see it through. That mama worry come straight from Him, it make it so she can't help but look after that child. #Quote by Hillary Jordan
Kingstons Woman quotes by Joseph Joubert
#17. It would be next to impossible to discover a handsome woman who was not also a vain woman. #Quote by Joseph Joubert
Kingstons Woman quotes by Mohadesa Najumi
#18. The woman who does not require validation from anyone is the most feared individual on the planet. #Quote by Mohadesa Najumi
Kingstons Woman quotes by May Sarton
#19. The woman who needs to create works of art is born with a kind of psychic tension in her which drives her unmercifully to find a way to balance, to make herself whole. Every human being has this need: in the artist it is mandatory. Unable to fulfill it, he goes mad. But when the artist is a woman she fulfills it at the expense of herself as a woman. #Quote by May Sarton
Kingstons Woman quotes by Karen Hawkins
#20. Old Woman Nora of Loch Lomond
To her three wee Grandaughters one cold night. #Quote by Karen Hawkins
Kingstons Woman quotes by Lora Leigh
#21. You should have never let him in the house." Noah stopped in front of the counter. "For God's sake, Sabella, I thought you would know better than to confront that son of a bitch while you're carrying my mark."
She kept her head down. How many times had she laughed at Nathan when he had said something similar? When he had been irritated with her, or was just being a man.
She should have known better than to go four-wheeling with Sienna that first year they were married, without him, because when she wrecked, she wrenched her ankle and he hadn't been tere to make sure she was okay. She should have known better than to try to fix a busted pipe in the basement on her own, because she'd ended up drenched and the basement had gotten wet. So many instances. And she should have always known better.
She lifted her head. "Now you can leave. You should know better than to piss off an already angry woman."
She should have known better than to give Rory a say in the hiring.
"Sabella, sweetheart, look at me." His voice roughened. "If he had hurt you, I would have had to kill him. I would have enjoyed killing him."
"And it would have been my fault." She nodded with a bitter smile. "Sure, I understand."
"No, it would have been his fault for being stupid enough to touch you. But haven't you figured out that yet that men aren't always smart enough to keep their hands off things that don't belong to them?"
Her head jerked up in surprise. "So you think I b #Quote by Lora Leigh
Kingstons Woman quotes by Thomas Paine
#22. From whence, then, could arise the solitary and strange conceit that the Almighty, who had millions of worlds equally dependent on his protection, should quit the care of all the rest, and come to die in our world because, they say, one man and one woman ate an apple? And, on the other hand, are we to suppose that every world in the boundless creation had an Eve, an apple, a serpent, and a redeemer? #Quote by Thomas Paine
Kingstons Woman quotes by Virginia Woolf
#23. But this man Brown - it was difficult to place him at once. He talked, spreading his fingers out with the volubility of a man who will in the end become a bore. And Eleanor wandered about, holding a cup, telling people about her shower-bath. He wished they would stick to he point. Talk interested him. Serious talk on abstract subjects. 'Was solitude good; was society bad?' That was interesting; but they hopped from thing to thing. When the large man said, 'Solitary confinement is the greatest torture we inflict,' the meagre old woman with the wispy hair at once piped up, laying her hand on her heart, 'It ought to be abolished!' She visited prisons, it seemed. #Quote by Virginia Woolf
Kingstons Woman quotes by Brian Froud
#24. Perhaps all women are part faerie, for what woman can deny her faerie blood when the portals to her own land are open; when the full moon sings its insistent song; when sorrow and passion and rage pulse through her body at moon times. This is why women are the chosen ones of Faerie, pat of the vibrant, fluid, emotional soul of the world ... #Quote by Brian Froud
Kingstons Woman quotes by Camille Claudel
#25. You know what black hatred women feel toward me as soon as they see me, until I return inside my shell, they use every possible weapon. As soon as a generous man tries to help me out, a woman is here to hold his arm and prevent him from acting. #Quote by Camille Claudel
Kingstons Woman quotes by Steve Maraboli
#26. When in a relationship, a real man doesn't make his woman jealous of others, he makes others jealous of his woman. #Quote by Steve Maraboli
Kingstons Woman quotes by Robert Jordan
#27. He's not a total idiot. In fact, he has a good head on his shoulders. He thinks like a woman, most of the time. #Quote by Robert Jordan
Kingstons Woman quotes by Karl Ove Knausgaard
#28. Oh, this is the song about the young man who loves a young woman. Has he the right to use such a word as "love"? He knows nothing about life, he knows nothing about her, he knows nothing about himself. All he knows is that he has never felt anything with such force and clarity before. Everything hurts, but nothing is as good. Oh, this is the song about being sixteen years old and sitting on a bus and thinking about her, the one, not knowing that feelings will slowly, slowly, weaken and fade, that life, that which is now so vast and so all-embracing, will inexorably dwindle and shrink until it is a manageable entity that doesn't hurt so much, but nor is it as good. #Quote by Karl Ove Knausgaard
Kingstons Woman quotes by Reba McEntire
#29. When I got into the music business in 1976, there weren't many women on the roster. As a woman, you don't complain; you work twice as hard, and you do your job. #Quote by Reba McEntire
Kingstons Woman quotes by Dorotheus Of Gaza
#30. He answered, "The woman whom You gave to be with me" (Gen 3:9-12), he did not say, "the woman deceived me," but "The woman whom You gave to me," as if he wanted to say: "This catastrophe has come upon me because of You." So it is, brethren, since Man is not accustomed to blame himself. He does not hesitate to consider even God as the cause of evil. #Quote by Dorotheus Of Gaza
Kingstons Woman quotes by John Boyne
#31. No woman will ever take care of my children but me, she said. I will not allow it, do you understand?
And after I am gone Madge Toxley, if you try to make them yours, then you will live to regret it. #Quote by John Boyne
Kingstons Woman quotes by Iain Duncan Smith
#32. You cannot stop what the public want. The public want two strong women in the final round and then a woman prime minister and I'm absolutely with that. #Quote by Iain Duncan Smith
Kingstons Woman quotes by Mary Cheney
#33. I'm probably a little more like my dad. But because of my mom, I never saw being a woman as being an impediment to being able to do something. She had her Ph.D. before I was born. #Quote by Mary Cheney

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