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Oral Hygiene quotes by Bill Bryson
#1. As a rule of thumb, I would submit that if you need to call your floss provider, for any reason, you are probably not ready for this level of oral hygiene. #Quote by Bill Bryson
Oral Hygiene quotes by Aditya Ajmera
#2. We must realise that cognitive hygiene is as important subject as oral hygiene for healthy and happy existence. #Quote by Aditya Ajmera
Oral Hygiene quotes by Charles Wheelan
#3. Think about ethanol again. The benefits of that $7 billion tax subsidy are bestowed on a small group of farmers, making it quite lucrative for each one of them. Meanwhile, the costs are spread over the remaining 98 percent of us, putting ethanol somewhere below good oral hygiene on our list of everyday concerns. The opposite would be true with my plan to have left-handed voters pay subsidies to right-handed voters. There are roughly nine right-handed Americans for every lefty, so if every right-handed voter were to get some government benefit worth $100, then every left-handed voter would have to pay $900 to finance it. The lefties would be hopping mad about their $900 tax bills, probably to the point that it became their preeminent political concern, while the righties would be only modestly excited about their $100 subsidy. An adept politician would probably improve her career prospects by voting with the lefties.

Here is a curious finding that makes more sense in light of what we've just discussed. In countries where farmers make up a small fraction of the population, such as America and Europe, the government provides large subsidies for agriculture. But in countries where the farming population is relatively large, such as China and India, the subsidies go the other way. Farmers are forced to sell their crops at below-market prices so that urban dwellers can get basic food items cheaply. In the one case, farmers get political favors; in the other, they must pa #Quote by Charles Wheelan
Oral Hygiene quotes by Jarod Kintz
#4. We no longer know each other. Hell, I barely know myself these days. I brush my teeth and look in the mirror and think, "Who is this guy taking care of my oral hygiene? #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Oral Hygiene quotes by David Foster Wallace
#5. The teeth of the smile evidenced a clinical depressive's classic inattention
to oral hygiene. #Quote by David Foster Wallace
Oral Hygiene quotes by Bill Watterson
#6. I think life should be more like TV. I think all of life's problems ought to be solved in 30 minutes with simple homilies, don't you? I think weight and oral hygiene ought to be our biggest concerns. I think we should all have powerful, high-paying jobs, and everyone should drive fancy sports cars. All our desires should be instantly gratified. Women should always wear tight clothing, and men should carry powerful handguns. Life overall should be more glamorous, thrill-packed, and filled with applause, don't you think? ... Then again, if real life was like that, what would we watch on television? #Quote by Bill Watterson
Oral Hygiene quotes by Dan Harris
#7. Imagine a world where people were 10% happier and less reactive. Marriage, parenting, road rage, politics - all would be improved upon. Public health revolutions can happen rapidly. Most Americans didn't brush their teeth until after world war 2 after soldiers were demanded to maintain oral hygiene. Exercise didn't get popular until science proved its benefits. Mindfulness, I had come to believe, could, in fact, change the world. #Quote by Dan Harris
Oral Hygiene quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#8. Oral delivery aims at persuasion and making the listener believe they are converted. Few persons are capable of being convinced the majority allow themselves to be persuaded. #Quote by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Oral Hygiene quotes by Sherri Shepherd
#9. I am on the power toothbrush train and I'm asking people to try to using an Oral B power toothbrush. I just started using one and I cannot believe that I waited this long to use a power toothbrush. It's so much easier than using a manual toothbrush. #Quote by Sherri Shepherd
Oral Hygiene quotes by Obehi Peter Ewanfoh
#10. This land has brought forth numerous children, favouring both the bad and the good ones. It is not the land that is responsible for the people's hardships, it is the people themselves. Pg.8 #Quote by Obehi Peter Ewanfoh
Oral Hygiene quotes by Samuel Johnson
#11. All history was at first oral. #Quote by Samuel Johnson
Oral Hygiene quotes by Neko Case
#12. People get strange about whether you've written your own songs, which seems really stupid considering that, especially in Country Music, it's about oral tradition and passing things on and the songs weren't meant to be played by one person and then forgotten. #Quote by Neko Case
Oral Hygiene quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#13. To be Queen Elizabeth within a definite area, deciding sales, banquets, labours, and holidays; to be Whitely within a certain area, providing toys, boots, cakes and books; to be Aristotle within a certain area, teaching morals, manners, theology, and hygiene; I can imagine how this can exhaust the mind, but I cannot imagine how it could narrow it. How can it be a large career to tell other people about the Rule of Three, and a small career to tell one's own children about the universe? How can it be broad to be the same thing to everyone and narrow to be everything to someone? No, a woman's function is laborious, but because it is gigantic, not because it is minute. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Oral Hygiene quotes by Jay Jordan
#14. Certainty' with respect to successful language learning and use--whether oral, written, or technologically mediated combinations--applies less and less to discrete products and more to adaptive processes. #Quote by Jay Jordan
Oral Hygiene quotes by William J. Broad
#15. What ever happened to mental hygiene?" he asked rhetorically. "It doesn't exist - and never did. When you went through high school, you were never taught how to deal with stress, how to deal with trauma, how to deal with tension and anxiety - with the whole list of mood impairments. There's no preventive maintenance. We know how to prevent cavities. But we don't teach children how to be resilient, how to cope with stress on a daily basis. #Quote by William J. Broad
Oral Hygiene quotes by David Antin
#16. The self is an oral society in which the present is constantly running a dialogue with the past and the future inside of one skin. #Quote by David Antin
Oral Hygiene quotes by Henry Chang
#17. The true "Way" cannot be used to look into the heart of another, and can only be appreciated and found on one's own. What others say is but "oral Zen" - Zen not practiced but simply preached or talked about. #Quote by Henry Chang
Oral Hygiene quotes by Emme Rollins
#18. My panties were still on but he didn't let that stop him, nosing them out of the way and tonguing my sex, making low, growling noises in his throat like a big cat purring with pleasure while it devoured its prey. #Quote by Emme Rollins
Oral Hygiene quotes by Frederick Lenz
#19. Rae Chorze-Fwaz has preserved and passed on their secret meditation techniques in oral tradition from the time of Atlantis until he present day. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Oral Hygiene quotes by Don DeLillo
#20. There was something theatrical about the protest, ingratiating even ... There was a shadow of transaction between the demonstrators and the state. The protest was a form of systemic hygiene, purging and lubricating. It attested again, for the ten thousandth time, to the market culture's innovative brilliance, its ability to shape itself to its own flexible ends, absorbing everything around it. #Quote by Don DeLillo
Oral Hygiene quotes by Campbell McGrath
#21. People say modernism killed poetry for them: it doesn't rhyme, it doesn't touch a popular musical oral tradition. Years ago, you memorized and read poetry; it was one of the things you were forced to learn. Now it has tiny role in school. #Quote by Campbell McGrath
Oral Hygiene quotes by Kerrelyn Sparks
#22. What did ye talk about with the ladies?"
"Lots of things," she replied " The Three step rule, oral sex-"
"Holy Christ Almighty" He pressed a hand to his brow. "They were supposed to teach you how to shampoo yer hair, no' give you instructions on oral sex! #Quote by Kerrelyn Sparks
Oral Hygiene quotes by Joseph Jacobs
#23. Nowhere else is there so large and consistent a body of oral tradition about the national and mythical heroes as amongst the Gaels. #Quote by Joseph Jacobs
Oral Hygiene quotes by Mandy Moore
#24. In 2009, I traveled to South Sudan with my organization PSI. While there, I visited a local school and met with a group of children who had formed a water club. The group learned about how to treat their drinking water and use proper hygiene practices, such as washing their hands before eating or after going to the bathroom. #Quote by Mandy Moore
Oral Hygiene quotes by Oral Roberts
#25. Something GOOD is going to happen to you today. #Quote by Oral Roberts
Oral Hygiene quotes by Stan Getz
#26. I never consciously tried to conceive of what my sound should be ... I never tried to imitate anybody, but when you love somebody's music, you're influenced ... I really don't know how I developed my sound, but it comes from a combination of my musical conception and no doubt the basic shape of the oral cavity ... #Quote by Stan Getz
Oral Hygiene quotes by Lewis Black
#27. I don't need politicians doing a 24-hour prayer with Oral Roberts to get our country back on track. #Quote by Lewis Black
Oral Hygiene quotes by Samantha Young
#28. Do I get to choose
what she commands you to do? Come on, let me, it'll be fun."
Jai laughed humorlessly. "I said I don't want her commanding me to do something asinine, kid."
Charlie's grin disappeared as quickly as it had surfaced. "I told you not to call me, kid, Jinn boy. I'm what… two years younger than you,
"Try five. And that's only in physical years."
"What, you trying to say I'm not mature?"
"Oh those socks you're wearing definitely are. Have you heard of detergent? A shower? Hygiene?"
"I shower, you militant, glorified fucking babysitter."
"Watch it, kid."
"Kid? I am this close to taking a swing at you, you overblown piece of-"
"Oh for the love of God!" Ari cried, throwing her hands up, her head pounding. So much for their strained peace treaty. "Shut up. Shut up. Shut
up!"Despite their matching glowers, both of them slammed their lips closed and glared at one another. Ari heaved a sigh of relief as she pulled a
chilled can of soda out of the refrigerator. At least the soda still felt nice sliding down her throat. Not the same as an ice cold Coke on a blazing
summer day but still nice. She took a refreshing swig and turned towards her male companions once again. Blasts of frost shot out from Jai's eyes
only to be met by the simmering black heat of Charlie's angry gaze. Rolling her eyes and biting back the guilt that she was somehow responsible
for the animosity between the onl #Quote by Samantha Young
Oral Hygiene quotes by E. Anne Mackay
#29. Indeed, if these final decades of the millennium have taught us anything, it must be that oral tradition never was the 'other' we accused it of being; it never was the primitive, preliminary technology of communication we thought it had to be. Rather, if the whole truth is told, oral tradition stands out as the single most dominant communicative technology of our species, as both a historical fact and, in many areas still, a contemporary reality. The miracle of the flat inscribable surface and Gutenberg's genius aside, even the electronic revolution cannot challenge the long-term preeminence of the oral tradition. ("Introduction" by John Foley) #Quote by E. Anne Mackay
Oral Hygiene quotes by Chloe Thurlow
#30. A really good blowjob is like making a cake, the gathering of ingredients, the mixing and stirring, the slow baking in the warm oven of your mouth. Timing is everything. So is the variety of flicks, licks, nicks and kisses that culminate with gentle persistent pressure on the frenulum, a membrane on the underside of the penis that connects the head to the shaft. #Quote by Chloe Thurlow
Oral Hygiene quotes by Augusten Burroughs
#31. In addition to calling each other standard names like bitch and whore, the Finches incorporated Freud's stages of psycho-sexual development into their arsenal of invectives.
"You're so oral. You'll never make it to genital! The most you can ever hope for is to reach anal, you immature, frigid old maid," Natalie yelled.
"Stop antagonizing me," Hope shouted. "Just stop transfering all this anger onto me."
"Your avoidance tactics are not giong to work, Miss Hope," Natalie warned. "I'm not going to let you just slink away from me. You hate me and you have to confront me. #Quote by Augusten Burroughs
Oral Hygiene quotes by Rebecca Skloot
#32. There are more than one hundred strains of HPV in existence, thirteen of which cause cervical, anal, oral, and penile cancer - today, around 90 percent of all sexually active adults become infected with at least one strain during their lifetimes. #Quote by Rebecca Skloot
Oral Hygiene quotes by Chris Matthews
#33. I don't believe he had a responsibility to even answer that question - you have no responsibility to answer personal questions that people have no right to ask you. #Quote by Chris Matthews
Oral Hygiene quotes by Terry Pratchett
#34. He thought of the deep crevasses and windy caves of Underlay, and the stories of the creatures that dwelt there. Of course, he didn't believe in them. He'd told them, because the handing on of an oral mythology was very important to a developing culture, but he didn't believe in supernatural monsters. He shivered. He hoped they didn't believe in him. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Oral Hygiene quotes by George Henry Lewes
#35. The object of Literature is to instruct, to animate, or to amuse. #Quote by George Henry Lewes
Oral Hygiene quotes by Mango Wodzak
#36. Pharmaceutical quick fixes are not what you need, you must face up to your symptoms and acknowledge this is not just random victimisation. Every symptom has its reasons. #Quote by Mango Wodzak
Oral Hygiene quotes by Jose Ortega Y Gasset
#37. I have long since learned, as a measure of elementary hygiene, to be on guard when anyone quotes Pascal. #Quote by Jose Ortega Y Gasset
Oral Hygiene quotes by Luke Rhinehart
#38. I shared my office on 57th Street with Dr Jacob Ecstein, young (thirty-three), dynamic (two books published), intelligent (he and I usually agreed), personable (everyone liked him), unattractive (no one loved him), anal (he plays the stock market compulsively), oral (he smokes heavily), non-genital (doesn't seem to notice women), and Jewish (he knows two Yiddish slang words). Our mutual secretary was a Miss Reingold. Mary Jane Reingold, old (thirty-six), undynamic (she worked for us), unintelligent (she prefers Ecstein to me), personable (everyone felt sorry for her), unattractive (tall, skinny, glasses, no one loved her), anal (obsessively neat), oral (always eating), genital (trying hard), and non-Jewish (finds use of two Yiddish slang words very intellectual). Miss Reingold greeted me efficiently. #Quote by Luke Rhinehart
Oral Hygiene quotes by Mat Johnson
#39. I have found that, in the African American oral tradition, if the words are enunciated eloquently enough, no one examines the meaning for definitive truth. #Quote by Mat Johnson
Oral Hygiene quotes by Nigel Hamilton
#40. Packed with fascinating personal perspective and testimony, Michael Takiffs A Complicated Man wholly justifies its title. The book is far more than a kaleidoscopic oral biography of President Bill Clinton. Aspect by aspect, it guides us through the struggles of postmodern America, as the most ambitious baby boomer of his generation seeks to modernize the Democratic Party-and, as in a Greek drama, is fated to be destroyed. Veritably, an all-American saga, with a cast of thousands-favorable and unfavorable. #Quote by Nigel Hamilton
Oral Hygiene quotes by Charlotte Mason
#41. I think we owe it to children to let them dig their knowledge, of whatever subject, for themselves out of the "fit" book; and this for two reasons: What a child digs for is his own possession; what is poured into his ear, like the idle song of a pleasant singer, floats out as lightly as it came in, and is rarely assimilated. I do not mean to say that the lecture and the oral lesson are without their uses; but these uses are, to give impulse and to order knowledge; and not to convey knowledge ... #Quote by Charlotte Mason
Oral Hygiene quotes by David Foster Wallace
#42. It might be instructive to try seeing things from the perspective of, say, a God-fearing hard-working rural-Midwestern military vet. It's not that hard. Imaging gazing through his eyes at the world of MTV and the content of video games, at the gross sexualization of children's fashions, at Janet Jackson flashing her aureole on what's supposed to be a holy day. Imagine you're him having to explain to your youngest what oral sex is and what it's got to do with a US president. Ads for penis enlargers and HOT WET SLUTS are popping up out of nowhere on your family's computer. Your kids' school is teaching them WWII and Vietnam in terms of Japanese internment and the horrors of My Lai. Homosexuals are demanding holy matrimony; your doctor's moving away because he can't afford the lawsuit insurance; illegal aliens want driver's licenses; Hollywood elites are bashing America and making millions from it; the president's ridiculed for reading his Bible; priests are diddling kids left and right. Shit, the country's been directly attacked, and people aren't supporting our commander in chief. #Quote by David Foster Wallace
Oral Hygiene quotes by Bruce Schneier
#43. It is poor civic hygiene to install technologies that could someday facilitate a police state. #Quote by Bruce Schneier
Oral Hygiene quotes by George Orwell
#44. [Hitler] has grasped the falsity of the hedonistic attitude to life. Nearly all western thought since the last war, certainly all "progressive" thought, has assumed tacitly that human beings desire nothing beyond ease, security, and avoidance of pain. In such a view of life there is no room, for instance, for patriotism and the military virtues. Hitler, because in his own joyless mind he feels it with exceptional strength, knows that human beings don't only want comfort, safety, short working-hours, hygiene, birth-control and, in general, common sense; they also, at least intermittently, want struggle and self-sacrifice, not to mention drums, flag and loyalty-parades ... Whereas Socialism, and even capitalism in a grudging way, have said to people "I offer you a good time," Hitler has said to them "I offer you struggle, danger and death," and as a result a whole nation flings itself at his feet #Quote by George Orwell
Oral Hygiene quotes by Florence Nightingale
#45. The first possibility of rural cleanliness lies in water supply. #Quote by Florence Nightingale
Oral Hygiene quotes by Patricia Leavy
#46. My book, Oral History: Understanding Qualitative Research is about how researchers use this method and how to write up their oral history projects so that audiences can read them. It's important that researchers have many different tools available to study people's lives and the cultures we live in. I think oral history is a most needed and uniquely important strategy. #Quote by Patricia Leavy
Oral Hygiene quotes by Logan Pearsall Smith
#47. The denunciation of the young is a necessary part of the hygiene of older people, and greatly assists the circulation of the blood. #Quote by Logan Pearsall Smith
Oral Hygiene quotes by Aldous Huxley
#48. Perhaps dirt is the necessary condition of beauty ... Perhaps hygiene and art can never be bedfellows. No Verdi, after all, without spitting into trumpets. No Duse without a crowd of malodorous bourgeois giving one another their coryzas. And think of the inexpugnable retreats for microbes prepared by Michelangelo in the curls of Moses' beard! #Quote by Aldous Huxley
Oral Hygiene quotes by Neil Postman
#49. Since intelligence is primarily defined as one's capacity to grasp the truth of things, it follows that what a culture means by intelligence is derived from the character of its important forms of communication. In a purely oral culture, intelligence is often associated with aphoristic ingenuity, that is, the power to invent compact sayings of wide applicability. the wise Solomon, we are told in First Kings, knew three thousand proverbs. In a print culture, people with such a talent are thought to be quaint at best, more likely pompous bores. In a purely oral culture, a high value is always placed on the power to memorize, for where there are no written words, the human mind must function as a mobile library. To forget how something is to be said or done is a danger to the community and a' gross form of stupidity. In a print culture, the memorization of a poem, a menu, a law or most anything else is merely charming. It is almost always functionally irrelevant and certainly not considered a sign of high intelligence. #Quote by Neil Postman
Oral Hygiene quotes by Peter Enns
#50. The bottom line is that for Wellhausen and many other biblical scholars before and since, the Pentateuch as we know it (an important qualification) was not completed until the postexilic period (after the Israelites were allowed to return to their homeland from Babylon beginning in 539 BC). There were certainly long-standing written documents and oral traditions that the postexilic Israelites drew upon, which biblical scholars continue to discuss vigorously, but the Pentateuch as we know it was formed as a response to the Babylonian exile. The specifics of Wellhausen's work no longer dominate the academic landscape, but the postexilic setting for the Pentateuch is the dominant view among biblical scholars today. #Quote by Peter Enns
Oral Hygiene quotes by Nick Offerman
#51. Doing voice work is more like recording music that people are going to listen to. You're creating an oral experience using whatever bells and whistles you have in your voice, and you can shut your eyes and use your imagination and nobody's going to see if the faces you make don't match the voices you make. That's a lot of fun. #Quote by Nick Offerman
Oral Hygiene quotes by Elizabeth Bibesco
#52. Irony is the hygiene of the mind. #Quote by Elizabeth Bibesco
Oral Hygiene quotes by Shannon Lyndsy
#53. No one washes their hands after they piss unless they're in a public place. If I'm at the airport, or a restaurant, and someone else is there, I'll soap up for the sake of civilization, but it's only for show, I don't really care if I have ultraviolet traces of urine or feces on my hands. But, if I see someone walk oudda the men's without soaping up I'll think he's deranged, borderline psychotic. At least pretend that washing your hands matters. You know, for the sake of civilization. #Quote by Shannon Lyndsy
Oral Hygiene quotes by AngstGoddess003
#54. It was like... oral bribery or some shit. And not even for her. I was quite possibly the only teenage hormonal motherfucker on earth being guilt tripped into receiving head. Unwillingly... #Quote by AngstGoddess003

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