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Reshetar Custom quotes by Mark Twain
#1. Have a place for everything and keep the thing somewhere else. This is not advice, it is merely custom. #Quote by Mark Twain
Reshetar Custom quotes by Jonathan Swift
#2. Seamen have a custom, when they meet a whale, to fling him out an empty tub by way of amusement, to divert him from laying violent hands upon the ship. #Quote by Jonathan Swift
Reshetar Custom quotes by John Mole
#3. Greeks and foreigners lived in parallel universes separated by language and custom. Greeks started work at seven, foreigners at nine. Greeks finished at three and came home for lunch. Greeks went to bed for the afternoon and got up for coffee when the foreigners were having drinks. Greeks went out to dinner when the foreigners were coming out of the taverna to go home to bed. #Quote by John Mole
Reshetar Custom quotes by Philip Gilbert Hamerton
#4. Fashion is nothing more than the temporary custom of rich and idle people who make it their principal business to study the external elegance of life. #Quote by Philip Gilbert Hamerton
Reshetar Custom quotes by Goparaju Ramachandra Rao
#5. Existentialist philosophy recognizes the existence of the individual as the real purpose of human life. The recognition is basically atheistic and it encourages the individual to free himself from the impositions of custom, governmental authority, economic pressures, and cultural inhibitions. #Quote by Goparaju Ramachandra Rao
Reshetar Custom quotes by Mae West
#6. Men would wither and custom stale them, but diamonds! Ah, they were crystallized immortality! #Quote by Mae West
Reshetar Custom quotes by Michel De Montaigne
#7. Laws gain their authority from actual possession and custom: it is perilous to go back to their origins; laws, like our rivers, get greater and nobler as they roll along: follow them back upstream to their sources and all you find is a tiny spring, hardly recognizable; as time goes by it swells with pride and grows in strength. #Quote by Michel De Montaigne
Reshetar Custom quotes by D.E. Wittkower
#8. Our intellectual odysseys take us out of and beyond this world but where they take us we cannot live for long - the air is too rarefied and we have nothing solid upon which to stand. What those odysseys into the strange and new can do is to make our ordinary, workaday world strange and new to us again, removing from it the crust of familiarity created by custom and habit. #Quote by D.E. Wittkower
Reshetar Custom quotes by Robert Green Ingersoll
#9. Custom is a prison, locked and barred by those who long ago were dust, the keys of which are in the keeping of the dead. #Quote by Robert Green Ingersoll
Reshetar Custom quotes by William Hazlitt
#10. Without the aid of prejudice and custom, I should not be able to find my way across the room. #Quote by William Hazlitt
Reshetar Custom quotes by Saint Ignatius
#11. While studying at Barcelona, Ignatius was in doubt whether, after completing his studies, he should enter some Religious Order, or go from place to place, according to his custom. He decided to enter upon the religious life. #Quote by Saint Ignatius
Reshetar Custom quotes by Marquis De Sade
#12. The imagination serves us only when the mind is absolutely free of any prejudice. A single prejudice suffices to cool off the imagination. This whimsical part of the mind is so unbridled as to be uncontrollable. Its greatest triumphs, its most eminent delights consist in smashing all the restraints that oppose it. Imagination is the enemy of all norms, the idolater of all disorder and of all that bears the color of crime. #Quote by Marquis De Sade
Reshetar Custom quotes by Norm MacDonald
#13. They that are virtuous from principle may receive confidence in every capacity; but they that are so from custom or habit, are capable of trust only in matters of ordinary and settled occurrence. #Quote by Norm MacDonald
Reshetar Custom quotes by Philip Neri
#14. It is an old custom of the servants of God to have some little prayer ready and to be frequently darting them up to heaven during the day, lifting their minds to God out of the mire of this world. #Quote by Philip Neri
Reshetar Custom quotes by Nigel George
#15. (In the real world, you'd want to use a custom search system of some sort. Search the Web for open-source full-text search to get an idea of the possibilities.) #Quote by Nigel George
Reshetar Custom quotes by Frank Chase Jr
#16. Where did Jesus' ministry resources come from? The Scriptures give eight sources of possible income for the moneybag carried by Judas. The following Scriptures will show that Jesus never asked the synagogue congregants for free-will offerings. Nor do we see the synagogue leaders asking people to make offerings to Jesus. The custom in Jesus' time involved charity and taking care of the needs of travelers including those who preached? #Quote by Frank Chase Jr
Reshetar Custom quotes by Hope C. Tarr
#17. I have never paid for fornication, and I don't intend to begin with you. When you come to me, and come to me you shall, you shall do so of your own accord and wholly free of all commerce and custom. #Quote by Hope C. Tarr
Reshetar Custom quotes by Maria Popova
#18. Like any currency of value, the human imagination is a coin with two inseparable sides. It is our faculty of fancy that fills the disquieting gaps of the unknown with the tranquilizing certitudes of myth and superstition, that points to magic and witchcraft when common sense and reason fail to unveil causality. But that selfsame faculty is also what leads us to rise above accepted facts, above the limits of the possible established by custom and convention, and reach for new summits on the degree of courage, determined by some incalculable combination of nature, culture, and character. #Quote by Maria Popova
Reshetar Custom quotes by David Rakoff
#19. I come by my alarmism honestly. I have learned this custom over the years as I have settled into being a true New Yorker. This is how we welcome foreigners to our shores. Because we are so often frightened by living here, we are annoyed and offended when visitors fail to show the proper signs of terror. So we try to scare the living daylights out of them. #Quote by David Rakoff
Reshetar Custom quotes by A.J. Deus
#20. The custom to put others in the line of fire is a recurring theme in Judaism. It boils down to the Levite Korahites' willingness to sacrifice their ordinary Jewish subjects in order to ensure their own survival. This should be a historic warning to modern-day Israelites: their orthodox government would not hesitate to risk the lives of the many for the sake of the survival of the few in the orthodox elite. The citizens of Israel will have to think about how to remove the systemic threat that comes from within their own ranks. #Quote by A.J. Deus
Reshetar Custom quotes by Alfred Mollin
#21. Lacking a verb, a nominal sentence has no built-in reference to the speaker or the occasion of speaking. Accordingly, nominal sentences are best suited to the impersonal and timeless character of maxims or folk-sayings (compare 'Finders keepers, losers weepers', with which children attempt to justify sudden appropriations through an appeal to ageless custom). #Quote by Alfred Mollin
Reshetar Custom quotes by Sholom Aleichem
#22. It is an old custom amongst Jewish children, to become war-like on the 'L'ag Beomer.' They arm themselves from head to foot with wooden swords, pop-guns and bows and arrows. They take food with them, and go off to wage war. #Quote by Sholom Aleichem
Reshetar Custom quotes by Tennessee Celeste Claflin
#23. No community where more than one-half of the adults are disfranchised and otherwise incapacitated by law and custom, can be free from great vices. Purity is inconsistent with slavery. #Quote by Tennessee Celeste Claflin
Reshetar Custom quotes by Andy Warhol
#24. Everybody has their own America, and then they have pieces of a fantasy America that they think is out there but they can't see ... So the fantasy corners of America ... you've pieced them together from scenes in movies and music and lines from books. And you live in your dream America that you've custom-made from art and schmaltz and emotions just as much as you live in your real one. #Quote by Andy Warhol
Reshetar Custom quotes by Alison Lurie
#25. Attempts to limit female mobility by hampering locomotion are ancient and almost universal. The foot-binding of upper-class Chinese girls and the Nigerian custom of loading women's legs with pounds of heavy brass wire are extreme examples, but all over the world similar stratagems have been employed to make sure that once you have caught a woman she cannot run away, and even if she stays around she cannot keep up with you ... Literally as well as figuratively modern women's shoes are what keeps Samantha from running as fast as Sammy. #Quote by Alison Lurie
Reshetar Custom quotes by Henry Fielding
#26. [ ... ] for the philosophy of Square rendered him superior to all emotions, and he very calmly smoaked his pipe, as was his custom in all broils, unless when he apprehended some danger of having it broke in his mouth. #Quote by Henry Fielding
Reshetar Custom quotes by Bill Vaughan
#27. Custom governs the world; it is the tyrant of our feelings and our manners and rules the world with the hand of a despot. #Quote by Bill Vaughan
Reshetar Custom quotes by Stefan Bechtel
#28. During the first two days of travel north of Miles City, in a country tht was custom-made for pronghorn antelope, they did not see a single one; the only living creatures they saw were prairie dogs, rabbits, and turkey vultures, wheeling high overhead as if scouting for the last meal in Montana. It was forlorn, abandoned country, a country of great absences, which had once been filled by the dust and noise and dung of one of the planet's greatest zoological spectacles but ws now almost completely silent. #Quote by Stefan Bechtel
Reshetar Custom quotes by Ronald Hutton
#29. The habit of a midwinter festivity had come by the dawn of history (and probably very long before) to seem a natural one to the British, and not one to be eradicated by changes of political or religious fashion ... It was general custom in pagan Europe to decorate spaces with greenery and flowers for festivals, attested wherever records have survived. #Quote by Ronald Hutton
Reshetar Custom quotes by Marty Rubin
#30. Normal isn't normal, it's just what you're used to. #Quote by Marty Rubin

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